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 Savoy - relinquishes claim to Geneva
  - annexed by France in 1793
  - ceded to France in 1796
  - ceded to France in 1860
 Savoy Hotel (London)
 Savoy operas
 Savoy Theatre (London)
 Savoy palace - and John II
 Saxe, Maurice - as French commander
 Saxe-Coburg & Gotha, house of
 Saxons - invading Britain
  - and Charlemagne
  - in England
 Saxony - as Frankish duchy
  - and the Wettin
  - and Poland in 1697
  - kingdom from 1807
  - and the Congress of Vienna
  - in the Confederation of the Rhine
 Saxony, elector of - and the battle of Mühlberg
 Sayers, Dorothy
 Sbetwane - ruler of Barotseland
 Scala, della - family also known as Scaliger
 scalawags or scallywags - in the 1870s
  - tour through time
  - and the Royal Oak in 1939
  - brief description
 Scapegoat (Holman Hunt)
 Scaramouche - in the Comédie Italienne
 Scarborough (North Yorkshire)
 Scarlatti, Alessandro - and the 'Italian overture'
 Scarlatti, Domenico
 Scarlet Pimpernel (Orczy)
 Sceptical Chymist - by Boyle
 Schaffhausen - in the Reformation
 Scheele, Carl Wilhelm - and oxygen
 Scheemakers, Peter - and British sculpture
 Scheer, Reinhard - and the battle of Jutland
 Schiller, Friedrich
  - and Goethe's Faust
 Schism - Orthodox and Catholic
 schizophrenia - treatment with chlorpromazine
 Schleiden, Matthias - and the living cell
 Schleswig - and Danish crown in 1720
 Schleswig-Holstein - and Denmark in 1700
  - crisis of 1848-64
 Schlieffen, Alfred von - the Schlieffen Plan
 Schmalkalden - league of 1531
 Schönbrunn - palace in Vienna
  - treaty of 1809
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