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  1. Montbéliard - Wikipediaéliard

    Montbéliard (French pronunciation: [mɔ̃beljaʁ]; traditional German: Mömpelgard) is a city in the Doubs department in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region in eastern France, about 13 km (8 mi) from the border with Switzerland. It is one of the two subprefectures of the department.

  2. John III, Duke of Cleves - Wikipedia,_Duke_of_Cleves

    John III the Peaceful, Duke of Cleves and Count of Mark (John III, Duke of Cleves; John I, Duke of Jülich-Berg; German: Johann III der Friedfertige, Herzog von Jülich-Kleve-Berg; 10 November 1490 – 6 February 1538 or 1539) was a son of John II, Duke of Cleves and Mathilde of Hesse, daughter of Henry III, Landgrave of Upper Hesse.

    • 10 November 1490
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  3. Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444) | Familypedia | Fandom

    Henriette de Montfaucon was born 1387 to Henri de Montfaucon (c1366-1396) and Marie de Châtillon (c1363-1394) and died 14 February 1444 in Mömpelgard, France of unspecified causes. She married Eberhard IV. von Württemberg (1388-1419) circa 1398 JL .

    • 1387
    • Marie de Châtillon (c1363-1394)
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    • Eberhard IV. von Württemberg (1388-1419)
  4. Alsace - Wikipedia

    Alsace-Lorraine was occupied by Germany in 1940 during the Second World War. Although it was never formally annexed, Alsace-Lorraine was incorporated into the Greater German Reich, which had been restructured into Reichsgau. Alsace was merged with Baden, and Lorraine with the Saarland, to become part of a planned Westmark.

  5. Henriette de Montfaucon-montbeliard (1387 ... - Genealogy Online

    Henriette de Montfaucon-montbeliard was born in the year 1387, daughter of Henri Ii de Montfaucon-montbeliard and Marie de Chatillon-sur-marne. She was married in the year 1397 to Eberhard Iv van Würtemberg, they had 3 children. She died on February 14, 1444 in Mömpelgard. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.

    • Female
    • Eberhard Iv Van Würtemberg, Eberhard Iv
  6. File:Armoiries Montbéliard-Montfaucon.svg - Wikimedia Commons

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  7. Montbéliard | Familypedia | FANDOM powered by Wikiaéliard

    Montbéliard[1] (archaic German: Mömpelgard) is a city in the Doubs department in the Franche-Comté region in eastern France. It is one of the two subprefectures of the department. Mentioned first in 985 as Mons Beliardae, it became a county of the Holy Roman Empire in the 11th century. In 1397 the town, known in German as Mömpelgard, passed by marriage of Henriette, heiress of county to ...

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    • Montbéliard-Est and Montbéliard-Ouest
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    4 oct. 2019 - contes et légendes "la légende est à mes yeux plus vraie que l'histoire " Alain. Voir plus d'idées sur le thème Montbéliard, Contes et légendes et Histoire.

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    Apr 17, 2019 - Explore mmdodge's board "German Baroque", followed by 307 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Painting, Baroque art and Baroque.

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