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Charles VI the Mad

muški rodlično ime
/ ˈtʃɑːrlz ˈvaɪ ðə ˈmæd /

Definicija:

Or the Well-Beloved (1368-1422)
King of France from 1380, succeeding his father Charles V; he was under the regency of his uncles until 1388. He became mentally unstable 1392, and civil war broke out between the dukes of Orléans and Burgundy. Henry V of England invaded France 1415, conquering Normandy, and in 1420 forced Charles to sign the Treaty of Troyes, recognizing Henry as his successor.

Reč dana

PDL

imenica, računari

vazokonstrukcija

ženski rod, medicina

Brest

imenica, geografija

coxalgie

ženski rod, medicina

01.10.2022.