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  1. John of Bohemia - Wikipedia

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    John the Blind (Luxembourgish: Jang; German: Johann; Czech: Jan; 10 August 1296 – 26 August 1346) was the count of Luxembourg from 1313 and king of Bohemia from 1310 and titular king of Poland. He is well known for having died while fighting in the Battle of Crécy at age 50, after having been blind for a decade.

  2. John | king of Bohemia | Britannica

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    Jun 04, 2020 · John, byname John of Luxembourg, or John of Bohemia, Czech Jan Lucemburský, or Jan S Čech, (born Aug. 10, 1296, Luxembourg—died Aug. 26, 1346, Crécy, France), king of Bohemia from 1310 until his death, and one of the more popular heroic figures of his day, who campaigned across Europe from Toulouse to Prussia.

  3. John of Bohemia | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    John was succeeded as King of Bohemia by his eldest son Charles (later Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor). In Luxembourg, he was succeeded by his son by his second wife, Wenceslaus. The manner of his death gave rise to the obsolescent idiom, "to fight like King John of Bohemia", meaning "to fight blindly". [citation needed]

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    • 26 August 1346 near Crécy-en-Ponthieu
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  4. John of Bohemia: A Heroic King Blind to His Fate | Ancient ...

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    Jan 19, 2020 · John of Bohemia was a king of Bohemia who lived between the 13th and 14th centuries. He was known also as John of Luxembourg, as well as John the Blind.

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  5. John of Bohemia | Historica Wiki | Fandom

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    John "the Blind" of Bohemia (10 August 1296-26 August 1346) was King of Bohemia from 1310 to 1346, succeeding Henry of Bohemia and preceding Emperor Karl IV of Germany. John was the eldest son of Emperor Henry VII of Germany and Margaret of Brabant, and he was blinded by ophthalmia in 1336 during a crusade in Lithuania.

  6. John of Bohemia | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    John was succeeded as King of Bohemia by his eldest son Charles (later Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor). In Luxembourg, he was succeeded by his son by his second wife, Wenceslaus. The manner of his death gave rise to the obsolescent idiom, "to fight like King John of Bohemia", meaning "to fight blindly". [citation needed]

    • 10 August 1296 Luxembourg
    • Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor
    • 26 August 1346 (aged 50) near Crécy-en-Ponthieu
    • Margaret of Brabant
  7. John of Bohemia | Ancient Origins

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    Jan 19, 2020 · John of Bohemia was a king of Bohemia who lived between the 13th and 14th centuries. He was known also as John of Luxembourg, as well as John the Blind. The former indicates that John belonged to the...

  8. King John of Bohemia and the Battle of Crécy - Historical Honey

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    John of Bohemia was born in 1296 into the Luxembourg dynasty and became Count of Luxembourg in 1310. John was married to Eliška of the ruling Přemyslid dynasty of Bohemia and when her father died without a male heir John inherited the kingdom on his death and was crowned in 1311.

  9. John Hus, Reformer of Bohemia | Christian History Institute

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    #302: John Hus, Reformer of Bohemia “Not everything the council does, says, or defines is approved by the most true judge, Christ Jesus.” John Hus ( ca. 1369 - 1415) Reformer of Bohemia perished at the stake.

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