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Annasvej Karlslunde Denmark
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Andelsforeningen "Grevens Fejde" Dansk borgerkrig der fandt sted i årene 1534-36 – opkaldt efter Grev Christoffer af Oldenborg.

I 1523 var Christian 2. sendt i landflygtighed og hans farbror, Frederik 1., havde overtaget tronen. Striden mellem Christian 2. og Frederik 1. kulminerede med at Christian 2. i 1531 blev taget til fange og indespærret på Sønderborg Slot.

http://danskekonger.dk/andet/grevens-fejde

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