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Siege Of Aspis - Aftermath
... Moving inland and plundering on their way, they stopped at the city of Adys ... The resulting siege of Adys gave the Carthaginians time to gather an army, only to have that army defeated at the Battle of Adys ...
History Of Poland In The Early Modern Era (1569–1795) - House of Vasa - Władysław IV Vasa (1632–1648)
... During the reign of Sigismund's son, Władysław IV Vasa, the Cossacks in Ukraine revolted against Poland wars with Russia and Turkey weakened the country and szlachta obtained new privileges ... Władysław IV aimed to achieve many military goals, including conquests of Russia, Sweden and Turkey ... Like his father, Władysław was involved in Swedish dynastic ambitions ...
San Diego Padres Minor League Players - Adys Portillo
... Adys Portillo San Diego Padres – No. 21) Los Puertos de Altagracia, Venezuela Bats Left Throws Left Adys Portillo (born December 21, 1991) is a pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization ...
adysław Szafer Institute Of Botany
... The Władysław Szafer Institute of Botany (Instytut Botaniki im ... Władysława Szafera, Polish) in Kraków, Poland is a major European herbarium containing a collection of over 650,000 vascular plants, bryophytes, algae ... established in the 1950s by professor of botany and paleobotany, Władysław Szafer, at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków ...
Second Cabinet Of Władysław Sikorski
... The Second Cabinet of Władysław Sikorski (Polish Drugi rząd Władysława Sikorskiego) was the first cabinet of the Polish Government in Exile, formed after ... The appointed was first President in exile Władysław Raczkiewicz Cabinet, formed on September 30, 1939 and dismissed on July 18, 1940, was preceded by the last the ... Władysław Sikorski - Prime Minister, Minister of Military Affairs and Minister of Internal Affairs Stanisław Stroński (SN) - Deputy Prime Minister (until December 1939), Minister of ...