Banderia Apud Grunwald

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Banderia Apud Grunwald

Banderia Apud Grunwald (1) Polish Banners at Grunwald

AMER | ISBN 83-912334-0-5 | PDF | 2000 | 130 pages | 8 MB | Language:Polish/English

The battle of Grunwald, fought on 15 July 1410 between the Polish, Lithuanian and Ruthenian forces and the army of the Teutonic-Order, supported by knights from Western Europe, reverberated throughout Europe and has always interested military historians. The nations, which took part in this battle, have always cherished the memory of their countrymen who bore arms in that battle.
The present publication Banderia Apud Grunwald - Polish Banners a: Grunwald, the work of the artist Andrzej Klein, Nicholas Sekunda, a British trained archaeologist, and Konrad Czernielewski, a historian and graduate of Łódź University, appears to be aimed at the popular market.


Banderia Apud Grunwald (2) Teutonic Banners at Grunwald

AMER | ISBN 83-912334-1-3 | PDF | 2000 | 119 pages | 7.67 MB | Language:Polish/English

This publication is the second volume of a two-part work Banderia apud Grunwald. This volume shows reconstructions of the standards of the Knights of the Teutonic Order. Under these standards the Teutonic Knights fought against Polish forces in the greatest battle in the history of mediaeval Poland - indeed in arguably the greatest battle ever fought in mediaeval Europe. Fought on 15 July 1410 it is known to Poles as the battle of Grunwald, while Germans call it the first battle of Tannenberg. Outside these two countries practice varies. In both volumes of this series we have given the battle its Polish name.


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