- Year of publication: 2018
- Source: Show
- Pages: 3-8
- DOI Address: -
In 973 and 984, the Polish duke Mieszko I was involved in internal fights in the Reich which broke out following the death of Otto I and Otto II. In the existing historiography, various attitudes have been adopted. The available written sources allow to identify facts which do not raise serious doubts.
The autor of this study is concerned with the occupation of a part of the northwestern Kingdom of Hungary by Bolesław I the Brave at the beginning of the 11th century. He analyses the military campaigns of the Polish prince in medieval narrative sources and annals. The author tries to find out why Bolesław I the Brave occupied part of the Kingdom of Hungary, what was the territory and who ruled there in the early third of the 11th century.
Prospekt Wesoły underlies the past analyses of pregnancy, delivery and postnatal issues. The time span of this work had been set by church commissions (1511, 1726), which aimed at collecting testimonies to confirm the miraculous nature of the painting of the Virgin Mary of Holy Mountain.
Against the background of modern nation-building the article looks at the work of two eminent 19th century historians, the Pole Joachim Lelewel and the Russian Mikhail Pogodin. The text investigates how they tried to shape a modern Slavic Idea by means of historical and political writing.
The study focuses on some selected aspects of the activity of the French military mission in Czechoslovakia in the inter-war period, mainly on the analysis of the French military personnel of the mission that acted in the strategic functions, influenced the plans of the country defence in the case of an enemy attack and includes the opinions of the French commanders on the structure and function of the Czechoslovak army.
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