Henry of Nassau-Dillenburg
Henry of Nassau-Dillenburg (15 October 1550-14 April 1574) was a general of the United Provinces during the Dutch Revolt.


Henry of Nassau-Dillenburg was born on 15 October 1550, the twelfth and last child of William I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and Juliana of Stolberg. Henry studied in Leuven and Strasbourg, and Henry and his brothers Louis of Nassau and William the Silent joined the Huguenots at the Battle of Moncontour on 3 October 1569 during the French Wars of Religion. In 1574, while fighting against Spain during the Dutch Revolt, Henry was killed at the Battle of Mookerheyde alongside his brother Louis, and their bodies were never found.