Blenheim

Blenheim may refer to:

  • Battle of Blenheim, a battle fought between a Grand Alliance and a French-Bavarian army during the War of the Spanish Succession
  • Blenheim Palace, a large stately home in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, built for the victor of the Battle of Blenheim, John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough

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Other articles related to "blenheim":

Blenheim, Virginia
... Blenheim is an unincorporated community in Albemarle County, Virginia ... Blenheim was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 ...
Blenheim Orange
... Blenheim Orange is a cultivar of apple ... It was found at Woodstock, Oxfordshire near Blenheim in England in about 1740 ...
Blenheim II - Stud Record
... Because the name Blenheim had already been registered in the United States, the stallion had to be registered as Blenheim II ... Blenheim was also the damsire of Hill Gail, Mark-Ye-Well, Kauai King, Ponder and the very versatile Le Paillon, who in 1947 won the Grande Course de Haies d'Auteuil steeplechase race ... In America, Blenheim was a Champion Sire ...
After Blenheim
... "After Blenheim" is an anti-war poem written by English Romantic poet laureate Robert Southey in 1796 (see 1796 in poetry) ... The poem is set at the site of the Battle of Blenheim (1704), with the questions of small children about a skull one of them has found ...
After Blenheim - Criticism
... While Southey's verse, After Blenheim, is considered an anti-war poem, arguably Southey was not himself anti-war Byron himself considered Southey a puzzle one the one hand, he ... said he, "But 'twas a famous victory." ” After Blenheim, also called Battle of Blenheim, was written during Southey's Jacobin years (roughly 1790 – 1800) ...