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|1870 1 - 2 Sep
||Battle of Sedan. Napoleon III suffered defeat at the hands of Kaiser Wilhelm I. It resulted in the capture of Emperor Napoleon III and large numbers of his troops and for all intents and purposes decided the war in favour of Prussia and its allies, though fighting continued under a new French government. Napoleon went into exile in England, where he died in 1873.
Bahá'u'lláh referred to this in KA86.
||Sedan; France; Germany; England
||Franco-Prussian War; War (general); History (general); Napoleon III; Kaiser Wilhelm I; Kitab-i-Aqdas (Most Holy Book)
|1902 13 Jun
||Thomas Breakwell died from tuberculosis in Paris. (b. 31 May, 1872 in Woking) [AB77; BBD46; SEBW70]
`Abdu'l-Bahá appeared to know this without being told. [AB78-9; SEBW70]
Shoghi Effendi designated him one of three`luminaries shedding brilliant lustre on annals of Irish, English and Scottish Bahá'í communities'. [MBW174]
See AB79, SEBW71–2 and SWAB187–9 for `Abdu'l-Bahá's eulogy.
See wikipedia for an account of his life.
See Cimetière de Pantin for the location of his resting place c/w photos.
See The Life of Thomas Breakwell by Rajwantee Lakshiman-Lepain.
||Woking; England; Paris; France
||Thomas Breakwell; In Memoriam;
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