Gustav I VasaKing of Sweden, whose reign marked the end of the Kalmar Union and the beginning of Swedish independence. Gustav II Adolf aka Gustavus AdolphusKing of Sweden, praised military leader during the Thirty Year War. Gustav IIIKing of Sweden, who highly influenced the arts of Sweden during the Neo,Classical era.
Jan 27, 2023 · The whole tank-fuzz sais more about 🇩🇪 identity than strategy @aufmacher writes in the @guardian. This should wrap it up now. 27 Jan 2023 16:49:31
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2 days ago · Today, the Blue Jackets have announced that Nyquist is out indefinitely with an upper-body ailment. It was less than two weeks ago that reports emerged about the Blue Jackets talking to teams about Nyquist, who is on an expiring contract and comes with plenty of experience. The 33-year-old has ten goals and 22 points on the season and was ...
Gustav I Vasa, original name Gustav Eriksson Vasa, (born May 12, 1496?—died Sept. 29, 1560, Stockholm, Sweden), king of Sweden (1523–60), founder of the Vasa ruling line, who established Swedish sovereignty independent of Denmark. Gustav was the son of a Swedish senator and of a noble family whose members had played a prominent part in the factious aristocratic politics of 15th-century ...
Feb 13, 2020 · The Gustav Gun, (properly known as the Schwerer Gustav gun), was a siege gun developed in preparation for World War 2 and is the largest caliber rifled weapon to see combat in the history of artillery. The Gustav is also notable for firing the heaviest shell of any artillery piece.
Gustav Klimt's contributions to the dining room, including both Fulfillment and Expectation, were some of his finest decorative work, and as he publicly stated, "probably the ultimate stage of my development of ornament." Between 1907 and 1909, Gustav Klimt painted five canvases of society women wrapped in fur.