Lennart Torstensson

1603 - 1651

Lennart Torstensson

Lennart Torstensson, Count of Ortala, Baron of Virestad (17 August 1603 – 7 April 1651), was a Swedish Field Marshal and military engineer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lennart Torstensson has received more than 49,584 page views. His biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 29th most popular engineer.

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Among engineers, Lennart Torstensson ranks 29 out of 287Before him are Philo of Byzantium, Hugo Junkers, Hans Albert Einstein, Artem Mikoyan, Anthony Fokker, and Felix Wankel. After him are Kurt Gerstein, Theodore von Kármán, August Horch, Tsutomu Yamaguchi, Abram Petrovich Gannibal, and Oliver Heaviside.

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Among people born in 1603, Lennart Torstensson ranks 3Before him are Abel Tasman and Joseph of Cupertino. After him are Abu al-Ghazi Bahadur, Adam Olearius, Aert van der Neer, Francesco Furini, Michel Le Tellier, Friedrich Wilhelm II, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg, Gysbert Japiks, Yerofey Khabarov, and Roger Williams. Among people deceased in 1651, Lennart Torstensson ranks 3Before him are Kösem Sultan and Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria. After him are Tokugawa Iemitsu, Abraham Bloemaert, Jeremi Wiśniowiecki, Tugay Bey, Virginia Centurione Bracelli, Ngawang Namgyal, and Henry Ireton.

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Among people born in Sweden, Lennart Torstensson ranks 99 out of 935Before him are Birger Jarl (1210), Zlatan Ibrahimović (1981), Catherine of Vadstena (1331), Bertil Ohlin (1899), Hugo Theorell (1903), and Anund Jacob (1008). After him are Carl Peter Thunberg (1743), Rolf Maximilian Sievert (1896), Ingrid Thulin (1926), Magnus I of Sweden (1106), Sverker I of Sweden (1100), and Canute I of Sweden (1150).