[ d͡ʒˈɒn lˈaklənd], [ dʒˈɒn lˈaklənd], [ dʒ_ˈɒ_n l_ˈa_k_l_ə_n_d]
How to use "John lackland" in context?
When John Lackland was of an age where he could make the decision for himself, he chose to become a monastic knight. Serving in the king's military caused him to leave the life of a monk behind and he found himself intrigued with thoughts of knighthood and chivalry. Lackland enrolled in a military school and, as soon as he was able, left to fight in the crusades. After years of experience, Lackland returned to England and re-joined the royal army. He eventually attained the rank of Field Marshal and was known for his excellent military strategies.
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