History of Poland

Name the people, places, and things connected with the history of Poland.
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Last updated: April 11, 2021
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first king, crowned in 1025
Bolesław the Brave
first university, founded in 1364
Jagiellonian University
northern neighbor, vassalized in 1525
Teutonic Order
way of choosing a monarch in the 16th–18th centuries
free election
term for the polish noblemen
Russian city, occupied in 1610–1612
leader of the largest Cossack uprising
Bohdan Khmelnytsky
last king of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Stanisław August Poniatowski
present country on whose territory the future Polish anthem was created
famous composer of the Romantic era
Frederic Chopin
chemist, discoverer of two elements
Marie Curie
statesman and creator of the Polish Legions during WWI
Józef Piłsudski
country that attacked Poland on September 17, 1939
Soviet Union
city, where the Schindler's factory was located
city of the anti-Nazi uprising of 1944
birth name of pope John Paul II
Karol Wojtyła
leader of the Solidarity movement
Lech Wałęsa
site of the 2010 air disaster, in which the then president died (among others)
first Polish winner of the Grand Slam tennis tournament (in singles)
Iga Świątek
Level 68
Jul 21, 2021
Actually Teutonic Order was vassalized in 1466. In 1525 it was replaced by Duchy of Prussia, that also was a vassal of Poland.
Level 28
Jun 27, 2022
its weird that some of the names are written as an answer in polish but some others aren't correct when you write it in polish, like chmielnicki instead of khmielnitsky
Level 55
Sep 9, 2023
SO EMBARRASSING!!!!!!! You should put Maria SKŁODOWSKA-Curie. Its so sad cause she always highlighted her polish surname