[wol-uh n-stahyn; for 1 also German vahl-uh n-shtahyn]
- Also Waldstein. Al·brecht Wen·zel Eu·se·bi·us von [ahl-brekht ven-tsuh l oi-zey-bee-oo s fuh n] /ˈɑl brɛxt ˈvɛn tsəl ɔɪˈzeɪ biˌʊs fən/, Duke of Fried·land [freed-land, -luh nd; German freet-lahnt] /ˈfridˌlænd, -lənd; German ˈfritˌlɑnt/, 1583–1634, Austrian general in the Thirty Years' War, born in Bohemia.
- Alfred,1898–1983, U.S. cellist and conductor.
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Before 21 Wallenstein (rises and strides across the saloon).The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The death of Wallenstein, in 1634, did not terminate the war.
He turned to Wallenstein as the only man who could save the Empire.
This defeat was the death-blow to Wallenstein's fortunate career.
Schiller has succeeded well with Wallenstein, where it was not easy to succeed.The Life of Friedrich Schiller
- Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von (ˈalbrɛçt ˈvɛntsəl ɔyˈzeːbiʊs fɔn), duke of Friedland and Mecklenburg, prince of Sagan. 1583–1634, German general and statesman, born in Bohemia. As leader of the Hapsburg forces in the Thirty Years' War he won many successes until his defeat at Lützen (1632) by Gustavus Adolphus