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  1. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Oct 19, 2020 · Jadwiga was born in Buda, the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. She was the third and youngest daughter of Louis I, King of Hungary and Poland, and his second wife, Elizabeth of Bosnia. Both her grandmothers were Polish princesses, connecting her to the native Piast dynasty of Poland.

  2. Poland Makes Wearing Masks Outside Compulsory as Coronavirus ...

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    Oct 08, 2020 · REUTERS/Jadwiga Figula Reuters WARSAW (Reuters) - Wearing masks outside will be compulsory across the whole of Poland from Oct. 10, the Prime Minister said on Thursday, as the country grapples ...

  3. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikidata

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    Oct 09, 2020 · Coat of arms of Jadwiga of Poland.svg 815 × 932; 1.81 MB. 0 references. described by source. Small Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary. statement is subject of.

  4. The Quern: A Woman’s Weapon during WWII | Donna Gawell

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    1 day ago · Jadwiga was mentioned in the letters of Anna Grabiec as a kind person who brought food to the starving forced laborers at a German farm near her home not far from Camp Heidelager in occupied Poland. She also was the person who brought food to Ks Jan Kurek, a priest while he hid from the SS in the roof area of his empty church for six months.

  5. Poland: 1932 Queen Jadwiga Silver 10 Zlotych, Warsaw Mint | eBay

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    Oct 05, 2020 · From Poland, a Silver 10 Zlotych, of Queen Jadwiga dated 1932. Warsaw mint mark.

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  6. RORATE CÆLI: A Collect Worthy of a Queen

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    Oct 10, 2020 · Today, October 16, is the traditional feastday of St. Hedwig, or St. Jadwiga, patroness of Poland. (She died on October 15, but that day was occupied by St. Teresa of Jesus.) And what an exemplary Catholic she was, whether as ruler, wife, mother, widow, or nun!

  7. New Britain Herald - Jadwiga (Obrycka) Gut

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    Oct 14, 2020 · Jadwiga (Obrycka) Gut, 75, of New Britain, died on Monday, October 12, 2020, just 42 days after her beloved husband, Jozef. Some might say it was because of a broken heart. Born in Poland to the late Wanda (Chylinska) and Jozef Obrycki, she immigrated to the U.S. and settled on Long Island, NY and eventually in New Britain.

  8. 'Poland Garros': Iga Swiatek powers to landmark French Open ...

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    Oct 10, 2020 · She eclipsed the run of compatriot Jadwiga Jedrzejowska – the most outstanding Polish player of the interwar period – who finished runner-up at Roland Garros in 1939. Teenager Iga Swiatek of Poland in action during the French Open women's singles final against Sofia Kenin of the U.S. at Roland Garros, Paris, France, October 10, 2020.

  9. Edviges da Polónia – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Edviges de Anjou (em húngaro: Hedvig, em polonês: Jadwiga; Buda, entre 3 de outubro de 1373 e 18 de fevereiro de 1374 - Cracóvia, 17 de julho de 1399) foi rei [1] da Polônia a partir de 1384 e grã-duquesa da Lituânia a partir de 18 de fevereiro de 1386 até 1392.

  10. After the death of the last Piast on the Polish throne, Casimir III, Louis I of Hungary and his daughter Jadwiga of Poland began their rule. She married the Lithuanian prince Jogaila. Their marriage started a new dynasty in Poland: the Jagiellon dynasty. Under the Jagiellon dynasty, Poland made an alliance with its neighbor Lithuania