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  1. Talk:George of Poděbrady - Wikipedia

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    George of Poděbrady was actually more a leader trying to hold together ALL various parties in the Czech kingdom (including Catholics for example) which however were more or less fighting one with another.

  2. Poděbrady - Wikipedia

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    George of Poděbrady (1420–1471), King of Bohemia Kunigunde of Sternberg (1425–1449), wife of George of Poděbrady, buried here Ludvík Kuba (1853–1956), painter, musician and writer

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    • Nymburk
  3. Catherine of Poděbrady - Wikipedia

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    Biography. Catherine and her twin sister Sidonie were born at Poděbrady, to the Bohemian king George of Poděbrady and his first wife, Kunigunde of Šternberk. Kunigunde died from complications of the birth. George of Poděbrady eventually remarried; his second wife, Joanna of Rožmitál, bore George more children, including Ludmila of Poděbrady.

    • 1463–1464
    • 8 March 1464 (aged 14), Buda
  4. John II of Rosenberg - Wikipedia

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    After Ladislaus's death in November 1457, John continued to serve as under the new king, George of Poděbrady. John had supported George's election, even though John was a devout Catholic and George was a Hussite. This led to clashes with John's father Ulrich II. It has been suggested that George may have bought John's vote, since he was a principal creditor of the Rosenberg estates. At George's request, John and his army fought the battle of Jihlava. They won and on 15 November 1458 a peace ...

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    • Catherine of Wartenberg
  5. Frederick I of Liegnitz - Wikipedia

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    Frederick was born in Brzeg. He was the only son of John I, Duke of Lubin, by his wife Hedwig, daughter of Ludwik II of Brzeg. The successive deaths of his uncle Henry X (in 1452) and his own father (in 1453) left Frederick I as the last male representative of the Legnica-Brzeg branch of the Piast dynasty. The seven-year-old prince succeeded John I in Chojnow and Strzelin under the regency of his mother, the Dowager Duchess Hedwig. One year later (1454), Frederick I inherited Olava and Niemcza after the death of his paternal grandmother Margareta of Opole; shortly after, he also received Legnica from the Kingdom of Bohemia. The regency of Dowager Duchess Hedwig ended in 1466, when Frederick I was formally proclaimed an adult and was able to rule by himself. Throughout his reign he focused on the consolidation of his dynasty and the recovery of all the lands lost by his predecessors. In 1481 Frederick I purchased Brzeg from the Dukes of Opole, and one year later (1482) he did the sam...

    On 5 September 1474, Frederick I married Ludmila, daughter of George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia. They had three sons: 1. John II(1477 – 6 March 1495). 2. Frederick II(12 February 1480 – 17 September 1547). 3. George I(1481/83 – 30 May 1521). In his will, he left his wife Brzeg and Olava as widow's land, which were ruled by her until her own death.

    Marek, Miroslav. "Complete Genealogy of the House of Piast: Silesia". Genealogy.EU.[self-published source][better source needed]
    Cawley, Charles, SILESIA, Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy,[self-published source][better source needed]
  6. Matthias Corvinus - Wikipedia

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    George of Poděbrady sided with the Emperor, although the marriage of his daughter—who became known as Catherine in Hungary—to Matthias was celebrated on 1 May 1461. Relations between Matthias and his father-in-law deteriorated because of the Czech mercenaries' continued presence in Upper Hungary.

  7. Talk:Frederick II of Legnica - Wikipedia

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    George of Poděbrady According to the article the subject appears to be both the grandson and the uncle of George of Poděbrady. Clivemacd ( talk ) 15:44, 24 November 2016 (UTC)

  8. Christine of Hesse - Wikipedia

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    Biography. Christine was born in Kassel as a daughter of Landgrave Philip I of Hesse and his spouse Christine of Saxony. She was given a strict Protestant upbringing by her aunt Elizabeth, Dowager Duchess of Saxony. Christine received a proposal from King Eric XIV of Sweden, but this did not come about.

  9. Henry IV, Duke of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Biography Henry was the second son of Albert, Duke of Saxony , and his wife Sidonie Podiebrad , princess of Bohemia. When Albert died in 1500, his eldest son George succeeded to the Duchy of Saxony, and Henry became Lord of Friesland .

  10. April 23 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 215 BC – A temple is built on the Capitoline Hill dedicated to Venus Erycina to commemorate the Roman defeat at Lake Trasimene. 2. AD 599 – Maya king Uneh Chan of Calakmul attacks rival city-state Palenque in southern Mexico, defeating queen Yohl Ik'naland sacking the city. 3. 711 – Dagobert III succeeds his father King Childebert III as King of the Franks. 4. 1014 – Battle of Clontarf: High King of Ireland Brian Boru defeats Vikinginvaders, but is killed in battle. 5. 1016 – Edmund Ironsi...

    1601-1900

    1. 1635 – The first public school in the United States, Boston Latin School, is founded in Boston. 2. 1655 – The Siege of Santo Domingo begins during the Anglo-Spanish War, and fails seven days later. 3. 1660 – Treaty of Olivais established between Sweden and Poland. 4. 1661 – King Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland is crowned in Westminster Abbey. 5. 1815 – The Second Serbian Uprising: A second phase of the national revolution of the Serbs against the Ottoman Empire, erupts shortly...

    1901-present

    1. 1914 – First baseball game at Wrigley Field, then known as Weeghman Park, in Chicago. 2. 1918 – World War I: The British Royal Navy makes a raid in an attempt to neutralise the Belgian port of Bruges-Zeebrugge. 3. 1920 – The Grand National Assembly of Turkey (TBMM) is founded in Ankara. The assembly denounces the government of Sultan Mehmed VI and announces the preparation of a temporary constitution. 4. 1927 – Cardiff City defeat Arsenal in the FA Cup Final, the only time it has been won...

    Pre-1600

    1. 1141 (probable) – Malcolm IV of Scotland(d. 1165) 2. 1185 – Afonso II of Portugal(d. 1223) 3. 1408 – John de Vere, 12th Earl of Oxford(d. 1462) 4. 1420 – George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia (d. 1471) 5. 1464 – Joan of France, Duchess of Berry(d. 1505) 6. 1464 – Robert Fayrfax, English Renaissance composer (d. 1521) 7. 1484 – Julius Caesar Scaliger, Italian physician and scholar (d. 1558) 8. 1500 – Alexander Ales, Scottish theologian and academic (d. 1565) 9. 1500 – Johann Stumpf, Swiss wr...

    1601-1900

    1. 1621 – William Penn, English admiral and politician (d. 1670) 2. 1628 – Johannes Hudde, Dutch mathematician and politician (d. 1704) 3. 1661 – Issachar Berend Lehmann, German-Jewish banker, merchant and diplomat (d. 1730) 4. 1715 – Johann Friedrich Doles, German composer and conductor (d. 1797) 5. 1720 – Vilna Gaon, Lithuanian rabbi and author (d. 1797) 6. 1744 – Princess Charlotte Amalie Wilhelmine of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Plön(d. 1770) 7. 1748 – Félix Vicq-d'Azyr, French physicia...

    1901-present

    1. 1901 – E. B. Ford, English biologist and geneticist (d. 1988) 2. 1902 – Halldór Laxness, Icelandic author and poet, Nobel Prizelaureate (d. 1998) 3. 1903 – Guy Simonds, English-Canadian general (d. 1974) 4. 1904 – Clifford Bricker, Canadian long-distance runner (d. 1980) 5. 1904 – Louis Muhlstock, Polish-Canadian painter (d. 2001) 6. 1904 – Duncan Renaldo, American actor (d. 1985) 7. 1907 – Lee Miller, American model and photographer (d. 1977) 8. 1907 – Fritz Wotruba, Austrian sculptor, de...

    Pre-20th century

    1. AD 303 – Saint George, Roman soldier and martyr (b. 275) 2. 711 – Childebert III, Frankish king (b. 670) 3. 725 – Wihtred of Kent(b. 670) 4. 871 – Æthelred of Wessex(b. 837) 5. 915 – Yang Shihou, Chinese general 6. 944 – Wichmann the Elder, Saxon nobleman 7. 990 – Ekkehard II, Swiss monk and abbot 8. 997 – Adalbert of Prague, Czech bishop, missionary, and saint (b. 956) 9. 1014 – Brian Boru, Irish king (b. 941) 10. 1014 – Domnall mac Eimín, Mormaer of Mar 11. 1016 – Æthelred the Unready, E...

    20th century

    1. 1905 – Gédéon Ouimet, Canadian politician, 2nd Premier of Quebec(b. 1823) 2. 1907 – Alferd Packer, American prospector (b. 1842) 3. 1915 – Rupert Brooke, English poet (b. 1887) 4. 1936 – Teresa de la Parra, French-Venezuelan author (b. 1889) 5. 1951 – Jules Berry, French actor and director (b. 1883) 6. 1951 – Charles G. Dawes, American banker and politician, 30th Vice President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prizelaureate (b. 1865) 7. 1959 – Bak Jungyang, Korean politician 8. 1965 – Geo...

    21st century

    1. 2003 – Fernand Fonssagrives, French-American photographer (b. 1910) 2. 2004 – Herman Veenstra, Dutch water polo player (b. 1911) 3. 2005 – Joh Bjelke-Petersen, New Zealand-Australian politician, 31st Premier of Queensland(b. 1911) 4. 2005 – Robert Farnon, Canadian-English trumpet player, composer and conductor (b. 1917) 5. 2005 – Al Grassby, Australian journalist and politician (b. 1928) 6. 2005 – John Mills, English actor (b. 1908) 7. 2005 – Romano Scarpa, Italian author and illustrator (...

    Christian feast days

    1. Adalbert of Prague 2. Felix, Fortunatus, and Achilleus 3. George 4. Blessed Giles of Assisi 5. Gerard of Toul 6. Ibar of Beggerin (Meath) 7. Toyohiko Kagawa (Episcopal and Lutheran Church)

    Others

    1. Canada Book Day (Canada) 2. Castile and León Day (Castile and León) 3. Independence Day (Conch Republic, Key West, Florida) 4. International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day 5. Khongjom Day (Manipur) 6. National Sovereignty and Children's Day (Turkey and Northern Cyprus) 7. Navy Day (China) 8. World Book Day 9. St George's Day (England) and its related observances: 10. La Diada de Sant Jordi (Catalonia, Spain) 11. UN English Language Day (United Nations) 12. UN Spanish Language Day (United...

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