Breakdown (Non-District)

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For entrance exams for college I studied from the academic textbook of Prof. Wyrozumski. This manual covered the period from the baptism of Poland 966 to the unification by Władysław Łokietek 1320. He was extremely clear. My understanding of history did not go beyond 1320. During the district breakup, members of the princely families committed many murders in the struggle for power. One of the worst was the murder at the Goosehill.

The murdered were lured to the bathhouse (a bit like in “Braveheart”) and then stabbed. Someone was running away in the snow, followed by a red streak in the snow. Prof. Wyrozumski described this without a hint of emotion in the text. I asked myself around the question how all this is possible: “Didn’t they even have one district prosecutor’s office at the time?”

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