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Andreas Büchner, an Anabaptist martyr, was beheaded in the Vintschgau, Austria. He was leading a party of Anabaptists from Tyrol to Moravia


Vitus Anton Winter. Geschichte der baierischen Wiedertäufer im sechszehnten Jahrhundert. München, 1809: 138.

Date Published 1953

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