Wall charts, history and European Identity

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The death of Earl Willem II (1256)

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Series:

History of the native country

Timeframe:

Towns and states

Scene of action:

West-Friesland

Illustrator:

Eichman, J.H. en Altmann, H.; A.A. Nunnink, lith.

Publisher:

L. de Fouw, Goes

Year of publication:

1856

Themes:

War   

Earl Willem II attempted to end the West-Frisian revolt. In January 1256 he marched into West-Friesland with an army. However, the cold had frozen-over all waters causing Willem II to fall through the ice whilst still on horseback and die.