Kingdom of Poland
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- Kingdom of Poland (1025–1385) — from the early Piast dynasty
- Kingdom of Poland (1385–1569) — under the Jagiellon dynasty
- Kingdom of Poland or "Crown of the Kingdom of Poland" (1569−1791, 1795) — part of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
- Other uses
The name "Kingdom of Poland" was later used for several externally controlled governments that were directed by foreign monarchies:
- General Confederation of the Kingdom of Poland (1812–1813) — established by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte on the eve of his campaign into Imperial Russia.
- Kingdom of Poland, or the Congress Poland — autonomous Polish state in personal union with the Russian Empire, 1815−1867 or to 1915.
- Kingdom of Poland (1917–1918) — a World War I puppet state of the German Empire and Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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