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Ferdinand I 96 against Austria. In the Seven Years' War, he campaigned with
Frederick in Saxony and Bohemia until given an independent command as head
of the allied (Prussian and English) armies in western Germany (1757). There ...
maan in 1037, fighting against the Castilians, Ferdinand, despite opposition,
seized the Leonese throne and was crowned emperor at Leon in 1039. He
reorganized the administration of Leon, particularly by reducing the hereditary
powers of ...
With the defeat of Napoleon, Ferdinand recovered Tuscany (1814) but shunned
the reactionary violence associated with the restoration of princely power in Italy.
Instead, he concentrated on the economic, social, and cultural redevelopment of
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