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Poland was an important Eastern-European kingdom between the 11th and 18th centuries. For the next 123 years, it was partitioned between other countries. In 1918 it became a democratic republic, which after World War II joined Warsaw Pact. In 2004, Poland joined the European Union. Check full tag wiki page to see examples of related topics.

This tag is related to country of Poland, which was an important Eastern-European kingdom between XI and the end of XVIII century. Later, for 123 years, Poland was partitioned between other countries. In 1918 it became a democratic republic, which after World War II became part of Warsaw Pact. In 2001, Poland joined European Union.

Examples of topics related to Poland (through centuries):

10th: baptism of Poland, Piast dynasty

11th: Bolesław Chrobry, Boleslaw the Bold

12th: feudal fragmentation

13th: Teutonic Knights, Royal town of Kraków

14th: Casimir the Great, Jagiellonian University, Polish nobility, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Władysław Jogaila

15th: Jagiellonian dynasty, Battle of Grunwald, Renaissance in Poland, Battle of Varna

16th: Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Stephen Báthory, Nicolaus Copernicus, Warsaw

17th: Vasa dynasty, Polish-Muscovite War, Battle of Vienna, Khmelnytsky Uprising

18th: Wettin dynasty, Enlightenment in Poland, Partitions of Poland, May Constitution, Tadeusz Kościuszko, Kościuszko Uprising

19th: Duchy of Warsaw (Napoleon Wars), Józef Poniatowski, Congress Poland (Congress of Vienna)>, Great Emigration, November Uprising, Spring of Nations, January Uprising

20th: Józef Piłsudski, Second Polish Republic, Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, Invasion of Poland, resistance movements in Poland, Polish contribution to World War II, Auschwitz, Warsaw Uprising, Solidarity, John Paul II

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