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RELATIONS OF POLAND, GERMANY AND TURKEY IN RECENT AGES
CRUSADES ( )
CONFLICT OF TWO RELIGIONS
FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM OF JERUSALEM
CONFLICT OF POLAND AND TEUTONIC ORDER (XIV-XVI WIEK)
TANNENBERG BATTLE (15 VII 1410) Jan Matejko’s painting
PRUSSIAN HOMAGE (YEAR 1525) Jan Matejko’s painting
COUNTRY OF TEUTONIC ORDER AFTER PRUSSIAN HOMAGE
VICTORY IN BATTLE OF VIENNA (YEAR 1683) Jan Matejko’s painting
Kara Mustafa (VIZIER OF TURKEY) Jan III Sobieski (KING OF POLAND)
PARTITION OF POLAND
TURKEY WAS THE ONLY COUNTRY AGAINST PARTITION OF POLAND
POLISH PEOPLE UNDER GERMAN GOVERNMENT ( ) DRZYMAŁA’S WAGON CHILDREN OF WRZEŚNIA RUGI PRUSKIE CHANCELLOR OTTO VON BISMARCK
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