Author Topic: St John Capistrano ~ The Battle of Belgrade  (Read 478 times)

Offline mikemac

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Re: St John Capistrano ~ The Battle of Belgrade
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2019, 12:14:41 PM »
A glorious victory for the Lord indeed!  Hungary, the kingdom established by God Himself personally in 1001, through the crowning of St Steven was victorious over the Ottomans. 

The next round was less fortunate though, because in 1521, the French took over the crusader units and made a blunder of them.  Also king Matthias Corwinus was too incompetent and moved the capital of God's kingdom Hungary out of Hungary into Vienna, in hope of more German money.  You can't put money above God, and very soon in 1526, the entire central Europe fell for the moozie pigs.

Luckily though, the Ottomans were killing the God fearing Christian residents of Hungary and the Balkans a lot slower, than when later the German Imperial advisors were killing the God fearing residents of Hungary during the "liberation" of Hungary from the Ottomans in 1686-1703.
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