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Current Residence: Central Poland Operating System: Windows XP (forever ), now WIN7... sorry XP Favourite cartoon character: Zajec Personal Quote: No amount of political freedom will satisfy the hungry masses. - Vladimir Lenin
Favorite moviesAliensFavorite bands / musical artistsEnya & Kazik StaszewskiFavorite writersAndrzej Sapkowski & Andrzej Ziemiański & Robert J. SzmidtFavorite gamesKOTOR & Baldur's Gate & Mass EffectFavorite gaming platformPC (forever :D )Other InterestsComputers, Games, Movies
Jagiełło dziki, Co czcił jeszcze bożków, Sześćset lat temu, Pogonił świętoszków.
Szkoda, że dzisiaj Brak męża takiego, Co by jak tamten, Strzegł państwa naszego. ^ Found in Onet.pl by Graf zum Beispiel
The Battle of Grunwald or 1st Battle of Tannenberg was fought on July 15, 1410, during the PolishLithuanianTeutonic War. The alliance of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, led respectively by King Władysław Jagiełło and Grand Duke Witold, decisively defeated the Teutonic Knights, led by Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen. Most of the Teutonic knight's leadership was killed or taken prisoner. While defeated, the Teutonic Knights withstood the siege on their fortress in Marienburg (Malbork) and suffered only minimal territorial losses at the Peace of Thorn (1411). Territorial disputes continued until the Peace of Melno was concluded in 1422. However, the Knights never recovered their former power and the financial burden of war reparations caused internal conflicts and an economic downturn in their lands. The battle shifted the balance of power in Eastern Europe and marked the rise of the PolishLithuanian union as the dominant political and military force in the region. From Wikipedia article.^