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  1. Michael Žygimantaitis - Wikipedia

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    Michael Žygimantaitis (Lithuanian: Mykolas Žygimantaitis, Polish: Michał Bolesław Zygmuntowicz; before 1406 – shortly before February 10, 1452 in Moscow) was pretender to the throne of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the last male descendant of Kęstutis, Grand Duke of Lithuania.

  2. Category:Michael Žygimantaitis - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Michael Žygimantaitis" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Facial Chronicle - b.13, p. 289 - Michael Zygimantaitis.gif 827 × 1,529; 611 KB

    • 1380 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
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  3. Lithuanian Civil War (1432–1438) - Wikipedia

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    Švitrigaila's army, led by Sigismund Korybut, was split by the attacking Lithuanian–Polish army, led by Michael Žygimantaitis, and soundly defeated. Švitrigaila, with a small group of followers, managed to escape to Polotsk.

    • Švitrigaila defeat
  4. Alexandra of Lithuania - Family Tree & Family History at Geni.com

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    Two other daughters married Michael Žygimantaitis, pretender to the throne of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.[2] [edit] References 1. ^ (Lithuanian) Edvardas Gudavičius (2001).

  5. File:Facial Chronicle - b.13, p. 289 - Michael Zygimantaitis.gif

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  6. I. Zsigmond litván nagyfejedelem – Wikipédia

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    Michael Žygimantaitis A Wikimédia Commons tartalmaz I. Zsigmond témájú médiaállományokat. I. Zsigmond ( litvánul Žygimantas I Kęstutaitis ; lengyelül Zygmunt Kiejstutowicz ; kb.

  7. Biele otroctvo – Denník N

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    V polovici 16. storočia, teda v čase, keď prví európski osadníci priniesli do Severnej Ameriky otroctvo, písal autor známy ako Michael Žygimantaitis o tom, ako Tatári kastrovali otrokov, ako im odrezávali uši a nosy, ako im vypaľovali na líca a čelá znamenia žeravým železom a cez deň ich nútili pracovať v reťaziach a v ...

  8. Białystok - Wikipedia

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    Documentele rămase atestă că în preajma anului 1437 un reprezentant al familiei Raczków, Jakub Tabutowicz, a primit de la Michael Žygimantaitis, fiul lui Sigismund Kęstutaitis, ducele Lituaniei, un teren înțelenit aflat de-a lungul râului Biała, ceea ce a marcat începutul așezării Białystok.

  9. Surviving documents attest that around 1437 a representative of the Raczków family, Jakub Tabutowicz of the coat of arms Łabędź, received from Michael Žygimantaitis son of Sigismund Kęstutaitis, Duke of Lithuania, a wilderness area along the river Biała that marked the beginning of Białystok as a settlement.

  10. Anti-Fascist Military Organisation

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    On August 15, 1943, the Białystok Ghetto Uprising began, and several hundred Polish Jews and members of the Anti-Fascist Military Organisation (Antyfaszystowska Organizacja Bojowa) started an armed struggle against the German troops who were carrying out the planned liquidation of the ghetto with deportations to the Treblinka extermination camp. It was led by the Anti-Fascist Military ...