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Pol. Mazowsze, historic region, central Poland. At the death (1138) of Boleslaus III, Mazovia became an independent duchy under the Piast dynasty. It became a suzerainty of Great Poland in 1351 and was finally united with it in 1526.
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In the 1220s its western military focus turned to the Baltic, when Conrad I, Duke of Masovia, invited the knights to help protect Polish lands against the pagan Prussians living to the north, in the area that today comprises part of northern Poland, the Kaliningrad enclave of the Russian Federation and part of south-western Lithuania.
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