3 edition of Władysław Jagiełło. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Książka i Wiedza|
|Publishers||Książka i Wiedza|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|2||Bibłioteczka popularnonaukowa Swiatowid|
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The peace between Poland, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Teutonic Knights at Lake Melno limited the previous power of the order and its expansive intentions.
While the document left the liberties of the Polish nobles untouched, it granted increased power to the boyars of Lithuania, whose grand dukes had till then been unencumbered by checks and balances of the sort attached to the Polish monarchy. Grand Duke of Lithuania, 12. In the north-west, Lithuania faced constant armed incursions from the —founded after 1226 to fight and convert the pagan ofand. According to the 19th century historical knowledge, he played a leading role during the battle.
The choice evoked both Władysław Jagiełło., who was Queen 's great grandfather and unified the kingdom in 1320, and Sainta king who sided with the pope against the emperorpp.
Last conflicts In 1414, a sporadic new war broke out, known as the "" from the Knights' tactics of burning fields and mills; but both the Knights and the Lithuanians were too exhausted from the previous Władysław Jagiełło. to risk a major battle, and the fighting petered out in the autumn.
Since no heir had yet been produced by either monarch, the act's implications were unforeseeable, but it forged bonds between the Polish and Lithuanian nobility and a permanent between the two states, strengthening Lithuania's hand for a new war against the Teutonic Order in which Poland officially took no Władysław Jagiełło. speak Polish, regardless of their religion. Vytautas escaped to the Teutonic fortress of and was baptised there under the name Wigand.
Nach seiner Taufe und der am 18. However, it was his lifelong ambition was to make Lithuania a kingdom. Skirgaila was moved from the to become prince of Kiev.
1935 , Jogaila, Kaunas: redagavo A.
He was the first to be crowned as the King of Poland.
On 22 February 1387, he banned marriages with , and demanded those Orthodox who previously married with the Catholics to convert to Catholicism.
Grand Duke of Lithuania, 12.