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  1. Stefan Czarniecki (Polish: [ˈstɛfan t͡ʂarˈɲɛt͡skʲi] ⓘ of the Łodzia coat of arms, 1599 – 16 February 1665) was a Polish nobleman, general and military commander. In his career, he rose from a petty nobleman to a magnate holding one of the highest offices in the Commonwealth, something that was unprecedented in the ...

  2. Z Krakowa wyszedł z wojskiem na warunkach honorowych. Franciszek Smuglewicz, Stefan Czarniecki w Bitwie pod Warką. Czarniecki przybył do Głogówka, gdzie schronił się król, i doradzał mu ogłoszenie wojny wszystkich stanów, mając wiadomości o atakach na małe oddziały szwedzkie wywołanych przez grabieże i kontrybucje [8].

  3. 23 lug 2019 · Poznaj życiorys Stefana Czarnieckiego, polskiego szlachcica, generała i dowódcy wojskowego, który walczył z Kozakami, Turcją i Szwedami. Dowiedz się o jego awansie, niewoli, bohaterskiej postawie i wpływie na historię Polski.

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  4. Generale (Czarncy, Sandomierz, 1599 - Sokolówka, Volinia, 1665).Durante l'invasione russa della Polonia, si distinse nella vittoriosa battaglia di Smolensk (1632); nelle lotte contro i Cosacchi (1648-1652) si rese celebre per il suo coraggio e la fulminea rapidità delle sue azioni.

  5. Enciclopedia Italiana (1931) CZARNIECKI, Stefan. Mattia Loret. Generale polacco nato nel 1599, figlio di Cristoforo e di Cristina Rzeszowska. La sua carriera si svolge nei tempi più burrascosi del Seicento polacco, durante le invasioni che la Polonia subisce da parte della Russia, dei Cosacchi e degli Svedesi.

  6. Stefan Czarniecki was a Polish nobleman, general and military commander. In his career, he rose from a petty nobleman to a magnate holding one of the highest offices in the Commonwealth, something that was unprecedented in the Commonwealth's history.

  7. The Battle of Warka occurred on April 7, 1656 between the forces of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, commanded by Stefan Czarniecki, and the forces of the Swedish Empire, commanded by Frederick VI, Margrave of Baden-Durlach. Lasting about two hours, the battle ended in a Polish victory.