The Battle of Grunwald: The History and Legacy of the the Polish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War's Decisive Battle
The Battle of Grunwald: The History and Legacy of the the Polish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War's Decisive Battle2.5 2 5 Forfatter: Charles River Editors Oplæser: Gregory T. Luzitano
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These considerations aside, the Battle of Grunwald was significant for a number of reasons. It marked the end of the German colonization of Slavic and Baltic lands in northeastern Europe that had begun in the 12th century. It therefore also marked the beginning of an age when the Slavic (principally the Polish) peoples could grow and expand without interference from the West. The battle also signified the end of the Teutonic Knights as a major power and marked the rise of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
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