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  1. Władysław of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    Władysław of Głogów (Polish: Władysław Głogowski, Czech: Vladislav Těšínsko-Hlohovský, German: Wladislaus von Teschen) (c. 1420 – 14 February 1460) was a Silesian nobleman. He was the ruling Duke of Cieszyn during 1431–1442 (with his brothers as co-rulers) and from 1442 sole ruler over half of both Głogów and Ścinawa .

  2. Władysław of Głogów - Le Parisien

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    Władysław (Polish: Władysław Głogowski, Czech: Vladislav. (Těšín) , German : Wladislaus. (Teschen) ; b. ca. 1420 - d. 14 February 1460) was a Duke of Cieszyn during 1431-1442 (with his brothers as...

  3. Siege of Głogów - Wikipedia

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    The Siege of Głogów or Defense of Głogów was fought on 24 August 1109 at the Silesian town of Głogów, between the Kingdom of Poland and the Holy Roman Empire. Recorded by the medieval chronicler Gallus Anonymus it is one of the most well known battles in Polish history. The Polish forces were led by Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth, while the Imperial forces were under command of King Henry V of Germany. Bolesław was victorious. Siege of Głogów Campaigns of the 1109 Polish-German ...

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  4. Battle of Głogów | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    The Battle of Głogów or Defense of Głogów (German language: Schlacht bei Glogau, Polish language: Obrona Głogowa ) was fought on 24 August 1109 at the Silesian town of Głogów, between the Kingdom of Poland and the Holy Roman Empire. Recorded by the medieval chronicler Gallus Anonymus it is presently one of the most well known battles in Polish history. The Polish forces were led by Duke ...

  5. Duchy of Głogów | HistoryWorld Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    The Duchy of Głogów or Duchy of Glogau was one of the Duchies of Silesia ruled by the Silesian Piasts. Its capital was Głogów in Lower Silesia. In 1177, under the rule of Konrad Spindleshanks, the youngest son of High Duke Władysław II the Exile of Poland, the town of Głogów had already become...

  6. Głogów - castle of the Dukes of Głogów - Ancient and medieval ...

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    In 1526, as a result of the death of Władysław Jagiellończyk at the Battle of Mohacz, Silesia along with the duchy of Głogów was in the hands of the Habsburgs, and on behalf of the Czech kings their starostas began to menage power in the duchy. In 1574 some of castle buildings collapsed, another losses were brought by the Thirty Years War.

  7. Głogów - Wikitravel

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    Głogów (German: Glogau, Czech: Hlohov, Silesian: Głogůw) is a town in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland.Pronounced as Gwo-goev, the town is one of the oldest settlements in modern Poland, tracing its history back to the first Slavic tribes in the region.

  8. en The second reason for Władysław I the Elbow-high's quick agreement with Henry III of Głogów was the intervention in Gdańsk of his nephew Leszek of Inowrocław, which made claims to this part of the lands of Przemysł II.

  9. Duke Boleslaw III the Generous (1291 - 1352) - Genealogy

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    In 1312 Bolesław and Henry VI entered into an alliance with the ruler of Lesser Poland, Władysław I Łokietek and with their combined forces began an expeditionary trip against the Dukes of Głogów, with the pretext that the late Duke Henry III who was the direct responsible for the premature death of Henry V, father of the Dukes of Legnica and Wroclaw.

  10. KUKIZ15 • Głogów - Home | Facebook

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    KUKIZ15 • Głogów, Głogow, Legnica, Poland. 604 likes. KUKIZ15 • Głogów