잔글 (로봇이 더함: ja:ゲオルク・フォン・フルンツベルク)
잔글 (로봇이 더함: es:Jorge de Frundsberg; 예쁘게 바꿈)
When the war in Italy was renewed Frundsberg raised an army at his own expense, and skilfully surmounting many difficulties, joined the [[Charles III, Duke of Bourbon|Constable de Bourbon]] near [[Piacenza]] and marched towards [[Rome]]. Before he reached the Eternal city, however, his unpaid troops showed signs of mutiny, near [[Modena]] on [[March 13]] [] and their leader, stricken with severe illness and unable to pacify them, gave up his command. Returning to Germany, he never recovered and died at Mindelheim on [[August 20]] []. He was a capable and chivalrous soldier, and a devoted servant of the Habsburgs.
His son Caspar ([]
German commander in the service of Holy Roman emperors Maximilian I and Charles V. He was the principal organizer and commander of the imperial Landsknechte, a mercenary infantry. In the Italian Wars, Frundsberg contributed to the victories of La Bicocca (1522) and Pavia (1525) over the French. He then helped to end the Peasants' War in Germany, but in 1526 returned to Italy to aid Charles de Bourbon against the anti-imperial League of Cognac. While trying to pacify a mutiny caused by rumors of a truce (the troops had not been paid), Frundsberg suffered a stroke and died. The troops continued their march on Rome under Charles de Bourbon and sacked the city.
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