The Holocausttogether with the expulsion of several million Germans and population transfers with the U. The expulsion of the Germans was approved by the Potsdam Conferencebut the final decision regarding the new German-Polish border along the Oder-Neisse Line was left to a future peace conference. Despite the potential for wealth established by the redrawn borders, the fact remained that the war had devastated Poland. Fighting against the remnants of the Ukrainian Liberation Army was followed by the mass relocation of the Ukrainians Operation Vistula in
At that time Poland was ruled by a dynasty called the Piasts. A Piast named Mieszko I reigned from about to In he became a Christian and his people followed. A king named Boleslaw the Wrymouth reigned decided that after his death the kingdom should be divided between his sons.
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Although the eldest son was to have overall control. This decision weakened Poland. In the 12th and 13th centuries Poland prospered and town life flourished.
A king named Henry the Bearded reigned from to His wife Jadwiga encouraged German merchants and craftsmen to come and live in Poland. They founded towns with German laws.
Some Germans also came to farm uncultivated land in Poland. However in the Mongols invaded Poland. The Poles were defeated at the battle of Legnica in April but the Mongols soon withdrew. Another threat to Poland came from the Teutonic Knights.
They were an order of fighting monks. They set out to conquer the Pagan peoples of eastern Europe and convert them by force. In they began conquering the pagan Prussians who lived northeast of Poland. By Teutonic the Knights had conquered the Prussians. However in they turned on Poland.
They took eastern Pomerania including the town of Gdansk, which they renamed Danzig. Yet in the early 14th century Poland became a strong and unified state. He also reformed the law and administration. Furthermore during his reign the first university in Poland, Krakow, was founded.
Kazimierz also protected and supported the Jews. It was partly due to him that Poland came to have a large Jewish community. The era from the 14th century to the 16th century was one of greatness for Poland. Nevertheless the power of the king gradually weakened.
The Polish nobility became more and more powerful. Kazimierz was succeeded by his nephew Louis, the king of Hungary. Louis wanted his daughter to succeed as ruler of Poland him but in order to obtain the agreement of the Polish nobles he was forced to grant them concessions.
The Privilege of Koszyce made the nobles exempt from most kinds of tax. It also gave them an important role in government.
In future no important decision could be made without their consent. They also arranged for her to marry Jagiello, Grand Duke of Lithuania and the two countries became allies. Jagiello became Wladyslaw II of Poland reigned The written history of Poland began in the 10th century.
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