Battle Of Rijmenam (1578)
The Battle of Rijmenam was a battle fought in the early stages of the Eighty Years' War between the forces of the States-General of the Netherlands and those of the Spanish Governor-General of the Habsburg Netherlands, Don Juan de Austria, on 31 July 1578, near Rijmenam in present-day Belgium. The Spanish forces were dealt a strategic defeat.
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... After the battleDon Juan first withdrew to Tienen, but soon had to retreat to Namur ... While encamped near Namur he died from a sudden illness (probably typhus) on 1 October 1578 ...
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