Lützen

[ly-tsuh n]
noun
  1. a town in E Germany, WSW of Leipzig: site of Gustavus Adolphus' victory over Wallenstein in 1632 and Napoleon's victory over the Russians in 1813.
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Historical Examples of lutzen

  • At Lutzen the great battle of Protestantism was fought, Nov. 6, 1632.

  • He was killed in the combat that preceded the battle of Lutzen.

  • One of the first ones of the latter which he undertook was to visit the battlefield of Lutzen.

    Sweden

    Victor Nilsson

  • Wallenstein was in the neighborhood of Leipsic, at the little town of Lutzen.

    Sweden

    Victor Nilsson

  • But at Lutzen he was so badly wounded that, after a year's sufferings, he died in Paris.

    A Second Home

    Honore de Balzac


British Dictionary definitions for lutzen

Lützen

noun
  1. a town near Leipzig in E Germany, in Saxony; site of a battle (1632) in the Thirty Years' War in which the army of the Holy Roman Empire under Wallenstein was defeated by the Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus, who died in the battle
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