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Christening of Poland
Who organized? Mieszko 1 from the dynasty of Piastów.
What abaut? To discared pogan beliefs creeds and accept new christian religion.
Czech people. Mieszko 1 married with czech princes D ą brówka
Who christened? Roman Church
When? The year of 966r. of our era.
For what? The help of the Czech people to figh the anemy Protection against attacts of German The growth of importance Poland in Europ
Effects: Poland is more importanst in Euro Poland doesnt have to afraid attack of German Good relatins with the Pope and czech people Poland doesn;t fight wchich Wieleci.
End Today, 1037 years later majority Polish people are Christians. Polish Church is still important for our nation.
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