Dahlen

Dahlen and Dahlén are surnames of Swedish origin and may refer to:

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Bill Dahlen - Personal
... Dahlen died in Brooklyn after a long illness at age 80, and was buried in the Cemetery of the Evergreens, Brooklyn, New York City, New York ... The Nineteenth Century Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research named Dahlen the Overlooked 19th Century Baseball Legend for 2012 — a 19th-century player, manager ... Dahlen was included on the Veterans Committee ballot for 2013 induction to the Hall of Fame ...
Battle Of Dahlen
... The Battle of Dahlen was fought on April 23, 1568, between a Dutch rebel army led by Joost de Soete, Lord of Villers, and a Spanish army commanded by Sancho Dávila y Daza ... a defeat upon Villers near the small town of Dahlen (today known as Rheindahlen) ... encounter sought refuge under the walls of Dahlen, where the Spanish infantry finally defeated them ...
Dahlen Castle - Today
... The Dahlen Castle Association (Schloss- und Parkverein Dahlen e ... and events, the castle will be restored and once again be the treasure of Dahlen and the nation ...
Dahlen, Saxony-Anhalt
... Dahlen is a village and a former municipality in the district of Stendal, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany ...
Battle Of Dahlen - Battle
... He decided to take the road to Dahlen, a small walled town in the Bishopric of Liège, while Dávila followed him and soon discovered the rebel army on the road between the two towns ... one of his flanks, and dispatched his baggage towards Dahlen as soon as he learned of Dávila's presence nearby ... with part of the baggage and managed to reach Dahlen, under whose walls they entrenched in order to withstand a second attack ...