Reinhold von Rosen

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Reinhold von Rosen (1605–1667) at Theatrum Europaeum

Reinhold von Rosen (1605 - December 8, 1667) was a Baltic nobleman fighting for Sweden and France. Reinhold was one of the great generals of the Thirty Years' War.

Biography[edit]

Born in 1605 in Dettwiller. Reinhold was one of the great generals of the war of 30 years.

On the 17. of July 1635 he could defend the protestantic palatine town of Deux-Ponts manaced by the imperial-catholic troops.

Family[edit]

His father was Otto von Rosen and his mother Catharina von Klebeck. He married three times.