11773Re: Alexander Nevsky
- Jan 2, 2007That's right, the Lithuanians did not defeat the Knights, the Poles
did. So PHURUUUH! (rasberry sound) :)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "aldo" <turanomar@...> wrote:
> Actually the Knights were not defeated. Jogaila was hesitating to
continue the battle standing just in front of Marienburg as he had
understood that no war was perfmited among Christians and therefore
he was not sure he had the right to conquer the Castle. Vytautas
abandoned the field after a while also as the (White-)Russians who
were tha majority of the army soldiers of his wanted to go back
home. And finally also Jogaila returned to Cracow.
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> The Lithuanian's defeated the Teutonic Knights at the battle of
> 1410, killed the Order's Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen. The
> lead by their Grand Duke Vytautas.
> The Liths later controled all the land between the Balic Sea to
> Sea. Their downfall was to get mixed up the Polish.
> In a message dated 12/31/06 0:06:01 AM EST, Rosie_0801@...
> << Hi Chaps,
> Does anyone know if there is a biography of Alexander Nevsky in
> English, and if so, where I could find it? He's my partner's
hero :) I
> don't know much about him myself, but anyone who can kick
> Knight butt is a good bloke as far as I'm concerned.
> Rosie >>
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