The Mongol Invasion of Poland from late 1240 to 1241 culminated in the battle of Legnica, where the Mongols defeated an alliance which included forces from fragmented Poland and members of various Christian military orders, led by Henry II the Pious, the Duke of Silesia. The first invasion's intention was to secure the flank of the main Mongolian army attacking the Kingdom of Hungary. The Mongols neutralized any potential help to King Bela being provided by the Poles and Military orders (including Teutonic knights in Prussia).

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  • La Première invasion mongole de la Pologne débute fin 1240 pour aboutir en 1241 à la bataille de Legnica avec une victoire des Mongols sur des armées du Royaume de Pologne alliées à plusieurs ordres militaires et conduits par Henri II le Pieux, duc de Silésie. (fr)
  • モンゴルのポーランド侵攻(モンゴルのポーランドしんこう)は、「バトゥの西征」(モンゴルのヨーロッパ侵攻)のうち、1240年後半から1241年にかけての「トゥルスクの戦い」、「フミェルニクの戦い」、「レグニツァの戦い」、「モヒの戦い」等のシロンスク公ヘンリク2世率いるキリスト教騎士修道会とポーランド軍を壊滅させた諸戦闘の総称である。 (ja)
  • I najazd mongolski na Polskę – atak Mongołów na Polskę pod dowództwem Bajdara w 1241 roku. (pl)
  • The Mongol Invasion of Poland from late 1240 to 1241 culminated in the battle of Legnica, where the Mongols defeated an alliance which included forces from fragmented Poland and members of various Christian military orders, led by Henry II the Pious, the Duke of Silesia. The first invasion's intention was to secure the flank of the main Mongolian army attacking the Kingdom of Hungary. The Mongols neutralized any potential help to King Bela being provided by the Poles and Military orders (including Teutonic knights in Prussia). (en)
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  • 22pxKingdom of Poland
  • Mongol Empire
  • 22pxHoly Roman Empire
  • border|18pxKnights Templar
  • border|18pxKnights Hospitaller
  • border|18pxTeutonic Knights
  • *14pxMoravian Margraviate
  • *border|22pxKingdom of Bohemia
  • *border|22pxSilesia
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  • Mongol tactical victory
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  • about 10,000 (onetumen)
  • over 10,000–30,000.
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  • 19151489 (xsd:integer)
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  • The Mongols at Legnica display the head of Henry II of Silesia.
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  • late 1240–1241
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  • La Première invasion mongole de la Pologne débute fin 1240 pour aboutir en 1241 à la bataille de Legnica avec une victoire des Mongols sur des armées du Royaume de Pologne alliées à plusieurs ordres militaires et conduits par Henri II le Pieux, duc de Silésie. (fr)
  • モンゴルのポーランド侵攻(モンゴルのポーランドしんこう)は、「バトゥの西征」(モンゴルのヨーロッパ侵攻)のうち、1240年後半から1241年にかけての「トゥルスクの戦い」、「フミェルニクの戦い」、「レグニツァの戦い」、「モヒの戦い」等のシロンスク公ヘンリク2世率いるキリスト教騎士修道会とポーランド軍を壊滅させた諸戦闘の総称である。 (ja)
  • I najazd mongolski na Polskę – atak Mongołów na Polskę pod dowództwem Bajdara w 1241 roku. (pl)
  • The Mongol Invasion of Poland from late 1240 to 1241 culminated in the battle of Legnica, where the Mongols defeated an alliance which included forces from fragmented Poland and members of various Christian military orders, led by Henry II the Pious, the Duke of Silesia. The first invasion's intention was to secure the flank of the main Mongolian army attacking the Kingdom of Hungary. The Mongols neutralized any potential help to King Bela being provided by the Poles and Military orders (including Teutonic knights in Prussia). (en)
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  • Première invasion mongole de la Pologne (fr)
  • モンゴルのポーランド侵攻 (ja)
  • I najazd mongolski na Polskę (pl)
  • First Mongol invasion of Poland (en)
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  • First Mongol invasion of Poland (en)
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