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Wenceslas British & World English

(1361–1419), king of Bohemia (as Wenceslas IV) 1378–1419. He became king of Germany, Holy Roman emperor, and King of Bohemia in the same year, but was deposed by the German Electors in 1400

Wenceslas, St British & World English

(Circa 907–29), Duke of Bohemia and patron saint of the Czech Republic; also known as Good King Wenceslas. He worked to Christianize the people of Bohemia but was murdered by his brother; he later became venerated as a martyr. Feast day, 28 September

Good King Wenceslas in Wenceslas, St British & World English

(Circa 907–29), Duke of Bohemia and patron saint of the Czech Republic; also known as Good King Wenceslas. He worked to Christianize the people of Bohemia but was murdered by his brother; he later became venerated as a martyr. Feast day, 28 September