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Wars

Year

Opponent

Brief Description


1308–1309
1327-1332
1409-1411
1414, 1422
1431-1435
1454-1466
1519-1521


Teutonic Knights


Wars between Poland, Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Teutonic Knights.


1563-1568


Sweden


Polish-Muscovite War of Livonia interfered in Sweden, initially appearing as an ally of Moscow. 1568, after taking the throne by King Jan III Waza, who married Catherine Jagiellonka, Sweden became an ally of the Polish.


1620-1621


Turkey


Sending “lisowczyks” (the irregular unit of Polish-Lithuanian light cavalry) by Sigismund III Vasa to Transylvania in order to make a diversion there (1619), Varna burned by the Cossacks (1620), and finally taken over by the Polish suzerainty over hospodar Moldovan G. Gratinim led to the outbreak of war with Turkey (1620-1621). In the first period of fighting the Turks defeated the captains and S. S. Zolkiewski Koniecpolski by Tutora. Effective defense of Polish troops in the camp Chocimski (1621) ended with the conclusion of peace, which was in force for half a century.


1666-1671


Cossacks
- Tartars


The Polish-Cossack-Tartar war broke out as a result of rivalry that emerged between the Republic and the Crimean Khanate in the Ukraine during the final years of the Polish-Russian War 1654-1667.


1792


Russia


April 27, 1792 in St. Petersburg conspiracy was set. On May 14 it revealed itself as the Confederation.


1919–1921


Bolsheviks


War between Poland and Soviet Russia, Red Army began marching to Belarus and Lithuania


1939-1945


World War II


World War II began on September 1, 1939 - Poland came under the major attack of Germany. Later the Soviet Russia attacked Poland too. In Katyn twenty-one thousand Poles were shot. The war spread to the entire world. It ended on September 2, 1945.


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