The Battle of Vienna, 1683 (Islam vs Christianity)

The Battle of Vienna, 1683 (Islam vs Christianity)

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May 08, 2014

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This video is a tribute to the courageous defenders of Vienna under command of Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg, to soldiers of Austria, Bavaria, Saxonia, Franconia and Swabia, to spirited Italian lancers, and last but not least, to the Polish Army under command of Jan III Sobieski, thanks to whom not only are we privileged to worship God in our homes, but also in the public life.


My special acknowledgement to all other heroes of that time who made their contribution, though unknown to history yet well known to God, to saving Europe from the nightmare of Islam.


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