Johann Tserclaes Count of Tilly Flemish soldier of the Thirty Years War Tilly was appointed by Maximilian I of Bavaria to reorganise the Bavarian army in He commanded the Catholic army at the beginning of the Thirty Years War and succeeded Wallenstein as CommanderinChief of Imperial Forces in He was mortally wounded in a battle against the Swedes at the crossing of the river Lech in Germany in A print from The Worlds History A Survey of Mans Record by Dr HF Helmolt Volume II William Heinemann London
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