1609, Jan 301677, Apr 22
a Bohemian military leader and diplomat of the Lobkowicz family. After 1646, he was Duke of Sagan. After a thorough training, he joined the Imperial Army in 1631, where he raised his own regiment to fight in the Thirty Years' War and reached the rank of field marshal. He later made a name as a politician and diplomat, holding the titles of President of the Imperial War Council (from 1652) and President of the Imperial Privy Council (from 1669).
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