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    Hello, ... From: To: Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2003 1:55 PM Subject: Re: [sig] Polish Court? ... soldiers were in great
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      Hello,
      I'm back here, so I can answer your question:

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      From: <MoxFool@...>
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      Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2003 1:55 PM
      Subject: Re: [sig] Polish Court?





      >>1579 - the great expedition against Pol/ock. In the army of 56.000
      soldiers
      were in great number squads of Lithuania, Hungary, Scotland and Germany. The
      commander of this army was the king personally, and was equipped with a help
      of:* 'hetman wielki koronny' (I dont know the English equivalent, something
      like the great hetman of a crown) Mikol/aj Mielecki,
      *and two Latvian hetmans: the great one Mikol/aj Rudy (the Red) Radziwil/l/,
      and the field one Krzysztof Radziwil/l/, called Piorun (the Thunder),
      *Jan Zamoyski - Wielki Kanclerz (the Great Chancellor)
      * and famous Hungarian general Kaspar Bekiesz.>>

      >Wow, fantastic! What is the source of this?

      The source is of course in Polish:
      "Polska, dzieje cywilizacji i narodu (Poland, the history of nation and
      culture)", vol. 3 "Monarchia Jagiellonów" (Monarchy of Jagiellonians)
      1399-1586", red. Marek Derwich. Published by: Bertelsmann & Wydawnictwo
      Dolnoslaskie, Warszawa-Wroclaw 2003

      Magdalena of Vratislavia
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