Hohenstauffen AustriaHenry II the Simple
On 1241, seeing that he would lose due to him not having any aid from the western powers, Henry II of Breslau decided not to fight the Mongols who are ravaging the countryside of Poland, he allowed them to destroy the cities in Silesia and Lesser Poland, the knights there tried to defend the Castles but still the Mongols were able to ravish them, although he is seen as a coward, this also led him to be the King of the Newly Reunited Poland in the Future.
The mongols raid to East to Germany in Brandenburg and Pomerania and raided Hungary and Moravia which led to the battle of Mohi where in Bela IV dies in action and his head is displayed by Batu Khan and his troops, apparently Bela IV is known for his not giving up on battle and was honored as a hero compared to Henry II the Simple of Poland who was said to be a coward.
The Emperor and the Maiden
Complicating Frederick II's hold over Austria was his long-standing quarrel with Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, during
Sample of Czech in Poland-Bohemia(Bohemian Empire)Wszychny lidé se rodí swobodní a sobě rowní co do důstojnosty a práw. Jsou nadáni rozumem a swědomím a mají spolu jednat w duchu bratrstwí.
Great Lithuania - RestorationThe Teutonic Knights declared war against Gediminas in 1311, the Teutonic Knights attacked Vilnius and killed Gedminas in battle, this battle caused destruction in Lithuania in the Vilnius area and its depopulation.
On 1312, The Bohemian and Lithuanian troops led by Anna of Bohemia and Wenceslaus Zwelgutis conquered Vilnius, reestablishing Christianity in Lithuania, the area was rebellious and the rebellion was was squashed and the people were expelled so resettled it with people from Bohemia, Poland and from the slavic areas of Lithuania.
In this time Anna of Bohemia is pregnant again and they are wondering whether her child is male or a female.
Anna of Bohemia feels that her baby is kicking inside her like what happened earlier with her in her pregnancy with her daughter, Rohneda of Lithuania.
Finally Anna of Bohemia gave birth to the desired heir of Wenceslaus I Zwelgutis, Grand Duke of Lithuania, they named him Wenceslaus, Anna of Bohemia said, this is the start of a new era for th
Great Lithuania - Succession line of WenceslausIIISuccession line of Wenceslaus III of Bohemia and Poland
-Wenceslaus I of Plock
Wenceslaus III excluded his sisters from the succession and the succession would go to the offspring of his Aunt Duchess Kunigunde of Mazovia in case Wenceslaus III dies without issue.
The son of Wenceslaus III, Boleslaus would marry Matilda of Bavaria, the Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV.
Agnes of Bohemia the youngest sister of Wenceslaus III would marry Casimir I, duke of Teschen.
Children of Wenceslaus II
m. Judith of Austria
-Anna of Bohemia, Grand Duchess of Lithuania
-Elisabeth of Bohemia, Queen of Hungary
-Margaret of Bohemia, Duchess of Kuyavia
m. Elisabeth Richeza of Poland
-Agnes of Bohemia, Duchess of Teschen
Great Lithuania - Chapter IGreat Lithuania
Wenceslaus the Great
Wenceslaus III(Waclaw III/Wenceslaw III in Czech and Polish aka Lachian) decided not to marry Viola of Teschen on 1305, although he loved her and instead took her as his mistress, in this time Greater Poland is under Boleslaus III of Breslau and Henry III of Glogau and Lesser Poland is under Vladislaus the Elbowhigh.
Wenceslaus III, knowing that it is hard for him to gain the Hungarian throne, he decides for his younger sister Elisabeth to marry Charles Robert of Anjou, another major claimant to the Hungarian throne, his sister Anna was bethroted to Henry of Carinthia, he decides to break that betrothal because he has a plan in mind for her and that is for her to marry the son of Wytenis the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Zwelgutis in order to start the Christianization of Lithuania and also knowing Henry has his ambitions in the Kingdom of Bohemia and that he is a possible threat to his rule.
On 1306, the Dowager Queen of Bohemia, Richeza Elisabeth of Po