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Encyclopedia > John George III of Saxony


John George III was born in 1647 to the house of Wettin. He was the Elector of Saxony, one of the electors of the Holy Roman Empire. His tropps defeated the Turks at Vienna which marked the end of their invasion in Europe.


John George III Wettin married Anne Sophia of Denmark. They had a son named Frederick Augustus (the Strong), later ruler of Dresden, Saxony and Poland.


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WHKMLA : History of Saxony, 1648-1694 (836 words)
Duke-Elector JOHN GEORGE I. (1611-1656) was concerned to get the Swedish occupation troops leave his country, which was achieved when the contributions Sweden was promised in the Treaty of Westphalia had been paid (1650).
However, Saxony was in a better position as many other territories which had suffered severe damage during the war, as its soil was extraordinarily rich and the country was rich in mines.
Saxony signed a treaty with Venice, 'lending' 3,000 of her troops to the maritime republic for two years in return for Venetian suubsidies - the Venetians conquered Morea.
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