Zygmunt Przyjemski

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Zygmunt Przyjemski of Rawicz (died 3 June, 1652)[1] was a Polish military commander and a member of the administration of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. A general of artillery[2] and, at the same time, the Field Writer of the Crown,[3] he was taken captive by the Cossacks in the Battle of Batoh, in which he commanded the Polish infantry. He was executed soon afterwards with a few thousands other Polish prisoners taken in that battle.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Kazimierz Lepszy (red.): Słownik biograficzny historii powszechnej do XVII stulecia. Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna, 1968.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Górski, K. (1983, originally in 1902). Historya artyleryi polskiej. Warszawa: Wydawn. Artystyczne i Filmowe. pg. 142 (In Polish)
  2. ^ Moraczewski, J. (1866). Dzieje Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej. Volume 8. Poznań: N. Kamieński. Pg. 80 (In Polish)
  3. ^ (1907). STANISŁAWA OŚWIĘCIMA DYARYUSZ: 1643-1651. Polska Akademia Umiejętności. Pg. 285. (In Polish)