Maximilian

(1832-1867) Emperor of Mexico 1864-67. He accepted that title when the French emperor Napoleon III's troops occupied the country, but encountered resistance from the deposed president Benito Juárez. In 1866,...
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Maximilian

Max`i·mil'ian noun [ From the proper name.] A gold coin of Bavaria, of the value of about 13s. 6d. sterling, or about three dollars and a quarter.
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Maximilian

• (n.) A gold coin of Bavaria, of the value of about 13s. 6d. sterling, or about three dollars and a quarter.
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Maximilian

archduke of Austria and the emperor of Mexico, a man whose naive liberalism proved unequal to the international intrigues that had put him on the ... [6 related articles]
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Maximilian

Maximilian is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Greatest` Where is it used? The name Maximilian is mainly used In German and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Maximiano ( In Spanish) Maksimilian ( In Russian) Massimiliano ( In Italian) Maximilien ( In French) Maximillian ( In English) If it`s too long people might use In Engl...
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Maximilian

Maximilian, 1832–67, emperor of Mexico (1864–67). As the Austrian archduke Ferdinand Maximilian, he was denied a share in the imperial government by his reactionary brother, Emperor Francis Joseph. Maximilian served as commander in chief of the Austrian fleet and was governor-general of ...
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Maximilian

Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph was Archduke of Austria and king of Mexico. He was born in 1832 and died in 1867. He became prominent for his enlightened administration of the Lombardo-Venetian kingdom. In 1863 France called an assembly of notables in Mexico, which approved a monarchical form of government and offered the crown of Mexico to Maximilian....
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Maximilian

Emperor of Mexico 1864–67. He accepted that title when the French emperor Napoleon III's troops occupied the country, but encountered resistance from the deposed president Benito Juárez. In 1866, after the French troops withdrew on the insistence of the USA, Maximilian was captured by Mexican republicans and shot
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Maximilian

[martyr] Saint Maximilian of Tebessa is a Christian saint whose feast day is observed on 12 March. He is a martyr of the Christian Church from the third century AD, born in AD 274. Because his father Fabius Victor was a soldier in the Roman army, Maximilian was obliged to join at the age of 21. Brought before the proconsul of Numidia Cassiu...
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Maximilian

Maximilian, Maximillian, or Maximiliaan is a male given name. ==List of people with the given name Maximilian or its variants== ===Saints=== ===Monarchs=== ===Other people=== ===Fictional characters=== ...
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Maximilian

A modern term applied to fluted armour of a style which became popular in German lands in the early 16th century when Maximilian I was Holy Roman Emperor inspired by the narrow pleating of civilian clothes fashionable at that time.
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