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    The name Wallachia is an exonym, generally not used by Romanians themselves who used the denomination "Țara Rumânească" – Romanian Country or Romanian Land.The term "Wallachia" (however present in some Romanian texts as Valahia or Vlahia) is derived from the term walhaz used by Germanic peoples to describe Celts, and later romanized Celts and all Romance-speaking people.

  2. During the following decade, Dan II and Vlad's half-brother, Radu II Praznaglava, were fighting against each other for Wallachia. Vlad left Buda for Poland without Sigismund's authorization in early 1423, but was captured before reaching the border. Before long, Sigismund acknowledged Dan II as the lawful ruler of Wallachia.

  3. May 31, 2022 · Genealogy profile for Vlad the Impaler Dracula, Prince of Wallachia Vlad III 'Ţepeș' Drăculea, Domnitor al Țării Românești (1431 - c.1476) - Genealogy Genealogy for Vlad III 'Ţepeș' Drăculea, Domnitor al Țării Românești (1431 - c.1476) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  4. Murad kemudian datang dan memimpin pasukan, mengalahkan pasukan gabungan Hongaria-Polandia dan Wallachia yang dipimpin oleh Władysław III, Raja Hongaria dan Polandia; János Hunyadi, komandan pasukan gabungan Kristen; dan Mircea II, Voivode (Adipati/Pangeran) Wallachia dalam Pertempuran Varna (1444).

  5. Vlad II venne amichevolmente convocato dal sultano ad Adrianopoli ma ivi giunto venne tradito ed imprigionato a Gallipoli. Il giovane Mircea, rimasto solo alla guida del regno paterno, venne rapidamente sostituito da Hunyadi con Basarab II, figlio di Dan II. L'imprevisto attacco transilvano sbloccò le tensioni tra il sultano e Vlad.

  6. The small Kingdom received ("major Transylvania"). The principalities Wallachia, Moldavia and Bessarabia (Moldova) together formed the "Greater Romania" 1918-1940. "Greater Romania" did not survive World War II. Romanians called their country România Mare, meaning Great Romania or Greater Romania, in the time between World War I and World War II.

  7. Durante la década siguiente, Dan II y otro hijo ilegítimo de Mircea I, Radu II Praznaglava, lucharon entre sí por Valaquia. [ 5 ] La casa en la plaza principal de Sighișoara donde vivió Vlad Dracul a principios de la década de 1430.

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