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  1. Hussite War | Article about Hussite War by The Free Dictionary

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    Click the link for more information., the Hussite military leader, expelled Sigismund in 1420 and routed him again at Kutna Hora in 1422. From 1419 to 1436, Bohemia had no effective king, although Witowt of Lithuania was elected (1421) antiking and sent his nephew, Sigismund Korybut, to Bohemia as his vicar.

  2. Page:The Hussite wars, by the Count Lützow.djvu/400 ...

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    portance of deposition of Korybut in, 202; peace negotiations between Hussites and Sigismund in, 226–234; spread of Hussite doctrines throughout Europe, 245–246, 281; compact with Council of Basel ending, 311; final victory over Táborites at Lipany in, 333–336

  3. Hussites | EWTN

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    Its cause was the proposal to unite all parties under the administration of Sigismund Korybut, a nephew of the Grand Duke Witold of Lithuania, who had accepted the Bohemian crown refused by the King of Poland, and appointed Korybut as governor. The first victory again was Ziska's (end of April, 1423). Some futile negotiations followed.

  4. Dymitr Korybut

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    Dymitr Korybut (_lt. Kaributas, modern _be. Карыбут-Дзьмітры) was one of the sons of Algirdas and the ruler of Severian Novgorod.. Korybut was born some time after 1350 (exact date is unknown) to Algirdas of Lithuania and

  5. VIAF ID: 38477682 (Personal)

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    Korybutowicz, Zygmunt, ca1404-1435 Zygmunt Korybutowicz książę litewski Korybutowicz, Zygmunt Žygimantas Kaributaitis Litauen, Prinz 1395-1435

  6. Hussite Wars | Historica Wiki | Fandom

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    At Deutschbrod in 1422, Zizka pounced upon Sigismund's unprotected supply train, and the crusaders lost their provisions and were forced to withdraw yet again. Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania, who was then offered the throne of Bohemia, sent his nephew Sigismund Korybut and a few thousand fighters to

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    Aug 12, 2020 · Its cause was the proposal to unite all parties under the administration of Sigismund Korybut, a nephew of the Grand Duke Witold of Lithuania, who had accepted the Bohemian crown refused by the King of Poland, and appointed Korybut as governor. The first victory again was Ziska's (end of April, 1423). Some futile negotiations followed.

  8. Battle of Wilkomierz

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    Ukmergė - Kingdom of Poland (1385–1569) - Livonian Order - Pabaiskas - Sigismund Kęstutaitis - Švitrigaila - Michael Žygimantaitis - Battle of Ashmyany - Lithuanian Civil War (1432–1438) - Sigismund Korybut - Jakub Kobylański - Terra Mariana - Grand Duchy of Lithuania - Battle of Grunwald - Lithuanian Crusade - Vytautas - Lithuanian nobility - Władysław II Jagiełło - Union of ...

  9. Vestnik 1941 09 03 by SPJST - Issuu

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    Sep 21, 2015 · During his absence a democratic movement broke out in the town of Kralove Hradec, and the citizens applied for aid to Ytka; they asserted that Botek Sigismund Korybut) no longer had any right to ...

  10. Războaiele Husite - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund Korybut a rămas pentru puțin timp în fruntea Boemiei, fiind rechemat în Lituania, după o înțelegere între Vladislav II Iagello și Sigismund. După plecarea lui Sigismund Korybut a izbucnit războiul civil , taboriții luptându-se cu utraquiștii moderați, care în acea perioadă mai erau numiți și "praghezi", dat fiind ...