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" ... the victors marched in over its crumbled walls and shattered batteries. Scarcely a vestige of the place remained beyond those terrible evidences of destruction. Its ditches filled up with the rubbish of ramparts, bastions, and redoubts, left no distinct... "
Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New ... - 613 ページ
Conrad Malte-Brun 著 - 1831
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The Netherlands

Thomas Colley Grattan - 1833 - 422 ページ
...rubbish of ramparts, bastions, and redoubts, left no distinct line of separation between the operations of its attack and its defence. It resembled rather...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads — a monument of desolation on which victory...

History of Holland and Belgium

William C. Pearce - 1879 - 212 ページ
...rubbish of ramparts, bastions, and redoubts, left no distinct line of separation between the operations of its attack and its defence. It resembled rather...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads — a monument of desolation on which victory...

Holland: the History of the Netherlands

Thomas Colley Grattan - 1899 - 399 ページ
...rubbish of ramparts, bastions, and redoubts, left no distinct line of separation between the operations of its attack and its defence. It resembled rather...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads — a monument of desolation on which victory...

The Historians' History of the World: France, 1815-1904, Netherlands

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...redoubts, left no distinct line of separation between the operations of its attack and its [1601-1604 AD] defence. It resembled rather a vast sepulchre than...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads — a monument of desolation on which victory...

The Historians' History of the World, 第 13 巻

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...operations of its attack and its [' Haestensd called it, from the length of its siege, "the modern Troy."] defence. It resembled rather a vast sepulchre than...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads — a monument of desolation on which victory...

Holland: The History of the Netherlands, with a Supplementary Chapter by ...

Thomas Colley Grattan - 2007 - 356 ページ
...rubbish of ramparts, bastions, and redoubts, left no distinct line of separation between the operations of its attack and its defence. It resembled rather...earth and rubbish, without a single house in which the wretched remnant of the inhabitants could hide their heads— a monument of desolation on which victory...




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