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Kassel

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a city in central Germany, in Hesse; capital of Westphalia (1807--13) and of the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau (1866--1945). Pop.: 194 322 (2003 est.)

Cassel

 

a city in the medieval county of Flanders, now inFrance. During the Flemish Uprising of 1323–28, near Cassel onAug. 23, 1328, the rebellious Flemish burghers and peasantsfought a decisive battle with the French king Philip VI of Valoisand the Flemish count Louis of Nevers. The rebel troops werecrushed, ending the rebellion and unleashing cruel reprisals bythe victorious feudal lords.

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