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- The Polish–Lithuanian Union (1385–1569), or United Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania — a series of acts and alliances between the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The two countries remained distinct under a personal union that began when the Grand Duke of Lithuania married the Polish monarch. They federated in 1569 as the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
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- ► History of the Polish–Lithuanian union (empty)
Pages in category "Polish–Lithuanian union"
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