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==History==In the 11th century, Breda was a direct fief of the fiefHoly Roman Emperor , its earliest known lord being Henry of Brunesheim (1080–1125). The city of Breda obtained a municipal charter in 1252. After that Breda had the rights to build fortifications. The city constructed brick walls and Roman-style gates.In 1327 Adelheid of Gaveren Breda sold Breda to Duke Johannes III of Brabant . In 1350, the fief was resold to Johannes II of Wassenaar (d. 1377). In 1403 the heiress of his... read more


Ferrari is the world's most powerful brand according to Brand Finance.A brand is a set of marketing and communication methods that help to distinguish a company from competitors and create a lasting impression in the minds of customers. The key components that form a brand's toolbox include a brand's identity, brand communication (such as by logos and trademarks), brand awareness, brand loyalty, and various branding (brand management) strategies. Brand equity is the measurable totality of a brand's... read more

NAC Breda

NAC Breda (), simply often known as NAC, is a Dutch professional Dutchfootball club , based in Dutchfootball clubBreda , The Dutchfootball clubBredaNetherlands . NAC Breda play in the Rat Verlegh Stadium , named after their most important player, Antoon 'Rat' Verlegh . They play in the Dutch Antoon 'Rat' VerleghEerste Divisie and are known by the fierce and fanatic support of their fans. In their history, NAC won one national title in 1921 and won one Cup in 1973.NAC was founded on September... read more

Breda 30

The Fucile Mitragliatore Breda modello 30 was the standard Kingdom of ItalyNazi GermanyGreeceYugoslavialight machine gun of the Kingdom of ItalyNazi GermanyGreeceYugoslavialight machine gunRoyal Italian Army during Kingdom of ItalyNazi GermanyGreeceYugoslavialight machine gunRoyal Italian ArmyWorld War II .The Breda 30 was rather unusual for a light machine gun. It was fed from a fixed magazine attached to the right side of the weapon and was loaded using brass or steel 20-round stripper clips.... read more

Breda (disambiguation)

Breda is a city in the southern Netherlands. read more

Breda, Iowa

Breda is a city in Carroll County , Carroll CountyIowa , Carroll CountyIowaUnited States . The population was 483 at the 2010 census.==History==Breda had its start in the year 1877 by the building of the Maple branch of the Chicago and North Western railroad through that territory. It was named after the Dutch city of Carroll CountyIowaUnited StatesBreda by a settler native to that place.==Geography==Breda is located at (42.182147, -94.977999).According to the Carroll CountyIowaUnited StatesBredaUnited... read more

Van Breda

van Breda is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Koepelgevangenis (Breda)

The Koepelgevangenis is a former prison in Breda, Netherlands, constructed in 1886, best known as the prison where convicted World War II collaborators were held captive. It was designed by Johan Metzelaar, who also contributed to a similar prison at Arnhem.==External links==Category:Buildings and structures in BredaCategory:Rijksmonuments in North Brabant read more

David Breda

David Breda (born 22 November 1971) is a Czech former football midfielder. He played in the Gambrinus liga, making over 200 league appearances. He scored in the UEFA Cup for Liberec against Liverpool in November 2000. In 2011, at the age of 39, Breda was still playing in the Czech leagues, for Czech Fourth Division side SK Převýšov.==External links==Category:Expatriate footballers in Germany read more

Breda, Girona

Breda is a village in the province of Girona and autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain. The municipality covers an area of and as of 2011 had a population of 3781 people. It contains the Sant Salvador de Breda. read more

Breda Smolnikar

Breda Smolnikar (born 19 January 1941), is a Slovene writer who has also published under the pseudonym Gospa. She writes for adults and young readers.Smolnikar was born in Herceg Novi in 1941. After the outbreak of the Second World War the family moved to Slovenia. She studied textile engineering and worked in the textile industry for a number of years. She started writing young and got her first book ''Otročki življenje teče dalje'' (Children, Life Goes On) published in 1963 and won the Levstik... read more

Breda Holmes

Breda Holmes is a former camogie player, winner of the B+I Star of the Year award in 1987 and seven All Ireland medals in succession between 1984 and 1991, celebrating the seventh by scoring the match-turning goal from Ann Downey’s sideline ball against Cork in the 1991 final.==Career==She captained Carysfort Training College in their 1984 Purcell Cup campaign and won six All Ireland club medals with St Paul’s camogie club, based in Kilkenny city.==Administration==She served as secretary of Kilkenny... read more

Roberto Breda

Roberto Breda (born 21 October 1969) is an Italian football coach and former player, currently in charge as head coach of Serie B club Ternana.==Playing career==Breda made his Serie A debut with Sampdoria and later played with several other teams ranging from the top flight to Serie C clubs, most notably spending two long stints at Salernitana, being also a key member of the team who played a Serie A season during his first period at the club.==Coaching career==Breda served as head youth coach for... read more

Stadio Breda

Stadio Breda is a multi-use stadium in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of A.C. Pro Sesto. The stadium holds 4,500. read more

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