In Poland:

Bolesław I the Brave. (Chrobry). Born 967; died 1025. Prince from 992 to 1025 and king in 1025. The son of Mieszko I. Boleslaw I waged wars against the Holy Roman Empire (periodically from 1003 to 1018), in the course of which Poland preserved its independence. Under his rule the unification of Polish lands was concluded. Boleslaw I achieved the organization of an independent archbishopric in Gniezno (1000). In 1018 he led a campaign on Kiev and temporarily held the Cherven cities.


Zakrzewski, S. Bolesław Chrobry Wielki. Lvov, 1925.
Bolestaw III the Wry-Mouthed. (Krzywousty). Born Aug. 20,1085; died Oct. 28,1138. Prince from 1102 to 1138. After a persistent struggle against his older brother Zbigniew and his ally Emperor Heinrich V of Germany, Boleslaw III achieved the unification of all of Poland under his rule. He reunited Eastern Pomerania (1116) and Western Pomerania (1123) with Poland, as well as part of the lands of the Liutichi. In 1138 he issued the so-called Statute of Bolestaw HI, according to which Poland was divided into sections among his sons.


Maleczyńki, K. Bolesław Krzywousty Zarys panowania. Kraków, 1947.
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929: King Wenceslaus of Bohemia, Good King Wenceslas of the Christmas carol, was murdered by his younger brother, Boleslaw.
In 1945, immediately after the end of the Second World War, Poland's communist leader, Boleslaw Bierut, ordered the confiscation of tens of thousand of buildings from their legal owners, nationalizing them "for the good of the state.
Chapter 3 discusses the dissemination of the idea of holy war among Polish elites of the early twelfth century, and examines '"the right and just" wars waged by Boleslaw III against the Pomeranians' as examples of holy wars and protocrusades taking place at the same time.
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Cyril (at right), who developed the Cyrillic alphabet; Boleslaw, the first king of Poland; astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus; and St.
At the Community Champions night at the Thistle Hotel in Middlesbrough, Gail Walker, centre, was honoured as Champion Carer and given her award by Dr Boleslaw Posmyk, left, and Dr Henry Waters, right, on behalf of the sponsors of the award
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The Prize consists of a small bronze stature of King Boleslaw Chrobry and a check for Zl30,000 (ca.
He also claimed the prestigious Boleslaw Chobry Crown in his homeland last Saturday, where Greg Hancock, Nicki Pedersen, Rune Holta, Jonsson and Crump were among the big names he defeated.
In 1987, ARS microbiologist Norman Stern, with the Poultry Microbiological Safety Research Unit (PMSRU) in Athens, Georgia, began developing the new medium when he traveled to Pulawy, Poland, to work with researchers Boleslaw Wojton and Kris Kwiatek at the Veterinary Research Institute.
He explains his use of the defining word by citing figures of old, like Boleslaw the Timid, Henry the Devout, or Richard the Lionhearted.