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  1. Henry V of Iron - Wikipedia

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    Henry V (III) of Iron (Polish: Henryk V Żelazny; c. 1319 – after 8 April 1369), was a Duke of Żagań since 1342, from 1349 Duke of half-Głogów, and from 1363 Duke of half-Ścinawa. He was the only son of Henry IV (II) the Faithful , Duke of Żagań, by his wife Matilda, daughter of Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel .

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    • Matilda of Brandenburg-Salzwedel
  2. Henry V of Iron From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Henry V (III) of Iron ( Polish : Henryk V Żelazny ; c. 1319 – after 8 April 1369), was a Duke of Żagań since 1342, from 1349 Duke of half- Głogów , and from 1363 Duke of half- Ścinawa .

  3. Henry V - Wikipedia

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    Henry V of Iron (c. 1319 – after 1369), Duke of Żagań, half-Głogów and half-Ścinawa; Henry V of England (1386–1422) Henry V, Duke of Mecklenburg (1479–1552) Henri, comte de Chambord, nominally Henry V of France, (1820–1883) Henry V, Count of Gorizia, Count of Gorizia from the Meinhardiner dynasty; Shakespeare. Henry V, a history ...

  4. Talk:Henry V of Iron - Wikipedia

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  5. Person:Henry V of Iron (1) - Genealogy

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    Henry V "of Iron" , of Glogau. b. abt 1319 Żagań, Zielona Góra, Poland d. aft. 8 Apr 1369

  6. Henry VIII the Sparrow - Wikipedia

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    Henry VIII (VI) the Sparrow (Polish: Henryk VIII Wróbel) (c. 1357 – 14 March 1397) was a Duke of Żagań–Głogów during 1368–1378 (as a co-ruler with his brothers), from 1378 ruler over Zielona Góra, Szprotawa, Kożuchów, Przemków and Sulechów, and since 1395 ruler over half of Głogów, Ścinawa and Bytom Odrzański.

  7. Henry IV the Faithful - Wikipedia

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    Henry IV and his brothers only retained a fraction of the Greater Poland lands near the Obra River, which was ultimately lost in 1332 (with the exception of Wschowa, which was lost by Henry V of Iron). The sons of Henry III, after several attempts in the diplomatic sphere, and even with military invasions, tried to recover Greater Poland ...

  8. Battle of Agincourt - Wikipedia

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    King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt, 1415, by Sir John Gilbert in the 19th century. The plate armour of the French men-at-arms allowed them to close the 1,000 yards or so to the English lines while being under what the French monk of Saint Denis described as "a terrifying hail of arrow shot".

  9. Listă cu cele mai bune romane din SUA în anii 1910 - Wikipedia

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    Listă cu cele mai bune romane din SUA; 1900 - 1910 - 1920 - 1930 - 1940 - 1950 - 1960 - 1970 - 1980 - 1990 - 2000 - 2010 - 2020

  10. Collections: Iron, How Did They Make It? Part I, Mining – A ...

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    Sep 18, 2020 · Large iron mines of this sort could have several thousands of workers doing this, but smaller operations were also common; there doesn’t seem to really have been a standard size for an iron-mine. Via Wikipedia, a modern open-pit mine in Australia. An ancient open-pit mine wouldn’t be this large, but would follow the same basic form ...