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mil. pol. disloquer qc. [empire]to dismember sth. [empire]
pol. périr [empire, régime]to fall
Nouns
hist. Tamerlan {m}Tamerlane [founder of the Turko-Mongol Timurid Empire] [also known as Amur Timur]
2 Words
pol. dissoudre qc. [empire, institutions, alliance]to break up sth.
géogr. hist. pol. Autriche-Hongrie {f} [aussi : Empire austro-hongrois]Austria-Hungary [also: Austro-Hungarian Empire]
géogr. hist. pol. République {f} batave [1795-1806]Batavian Republic [1795-1806] [successor to the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, becoming the first of the "sister-republics", and later part of the French Empire of Napoleon]
derniers soubresauts {m.pl} [de personne, d'animal, empire]death throes
hist. monarchie {f} des Habsbourg [aussi : empire des Habsbourg]Habsburg Monarchy [also: Danubian Monarchy or Habsburg Empire]
hist. pol. diète {f} impérialeImperial Diet [Holy Roman Empire]
3 Words
hist. pol. congrès {m} d'Arras [1435]Congress of Arras [in 1435, 1st international peace conference between France, England & Burgundy and observers from Aragon, Bohemia, Brittany, Castile, Denmark, Holy Roman Empire, and many more.]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de Hainaut [ou Hainau]County of Hainaut [or Hainault] [territorial lordship in the medieval Holy Roman Empire, straddling today's border of Belgium and France; main towns Mons (BG) and Valenciennes (FR)]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de HollandeCounty of Holland [originally a State of the Holy Roman Empire and from 1433 part of the Burgundian Netherlands]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de ZélandeCounty of Zeeland [county of the Holy Roman Empire in the Low Countries, covering an area in the Scheldt and Meuse delta (roughly today's Dutch province of Zeeland)]
géogr. hist. duché {m} de BrabantDuchy of Brabant [a State of the Holy Roman Empire established in 1183. Most of the duchy's former territories, are in today's Belgium except for the Dutch province of North Brabant]
géogr. hist. pol. duché {m} de CarinthieDuchy of Carinthia [a State of the Holy Roman Empire until its dissolution in 1806]
géogr. hist. pol. duché {m} de Clèves [1417-1815]Duchy of Cleves [1417-1815] [a State of the Holy Roman Empire, situated in the northern Rhineland, today part in Germany and part in the Netherlands]
géogr. hist. duché {m} de LimbourgDuchy of Limburg [an imperial estate of the Holy Roman Empire, mostly today's Liège Province of Belgium]
géogr. hist. pol. électorat {m} de CologneElectorate of Cologne [ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire]
géogr. hist. pol. électorat {m} de MayenceElectorate of Mainz [ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire]
géogr. hist. pol. électorat {m} de TrèvesElectorate of Trier [ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire]
hist. mil. pol. chute {f} de Constantinople [1453] [Aussi : prise de Constantinople]Fall of Constantinople [in 1453, the Ottoman Empire captured the capital of the Byzantine Empire, marking its end, and effectively the end of the Roman Empire]
hist. pol. maison {f} de CroÿHouse of Croÿ [a family of European mediatised nobility, elevated to the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire in 1594]
hist. pol. paix {f} de Westphalie [1648] [aussi : traités de Westphalie]Peace of Westphalia [1648] [2 treaties which ended the 30 Years' War and the 80 Years' War and brought peace to the Holy Roman Empire]
4 Words
se tailler qc. [carrière, empire]to carve out sth. for oneself
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hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Première Coalition [1792-1797]War of the First Coalition [1792-1797] [conflicts between France and several European powers (Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Habsburg Monarchy, Spain, Naples, Sardinia, etc)]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Deuxième Coalition [1798-1802]War of the Second Coalition [1798-1802] [conflicts between France, supported by Spain, and several European powers (Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Austria, Ottoman Empire, Russia & Tuscany)]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Troisième Coalition [1803-1806]War of the Third Coalition [1803-1806] [conflicts between France, supported by Spain and Bavaria, and several European powers (Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Russia, Naples, Tuscany & Sweden)]
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