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The Second Treaty of Thorn (Polish: Toruń) was a peace treaty concluded in the Prussian city of Thorn (Toruń) on October 19, 1466 between the Polish king, the Prussian cities, and duke of Pomerania on one side, and the Teutonic Order on the other.
The Order retained control of eastern Prussia under the overlordship of the Polish king, but lost this territory also in 1525, when its Grand Master Albert of Brandenburg adopted Lutheranism and assumed the title of Duke as hereditary ruler under overlordship of Poland (see the Prussian Tribute), the area subsequently being known as Ducal Prussia.
As a result of the treaty the defeated Teutonic Order had to give back the occupied territories of Gdansk Pomerania, including Danzig; Kulmerland (with Kulm and Thorn) and also Vistula Mouth (with Elbing and Marienburg (now Malbork)).
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 Second Treaty of Thorn
The Second Treaty of Thorn (Polish: Toruń) was a peace treaty concluded in the Prussian city of Thorn (Toruń) on October 19, 1466 between the Polish king, the Prussian cities, and duke of Pomerania on one side, and the Teutonic Order on the other.
As a result of the treaty the defeated Teutonic Order had to give back the occupied territories of Gdansk Pomerania, including Danzig; Kulmerland (with Kulm and Thorn) and also Vistula Mouth (with Elbing and Marienburg (now Malbork)).
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 second treaty of thorn - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The Second Treaty of Thorn (Polish: Toru&;) was a peace treaty concluded in the Prussian city of Thorn (Toru&;) on October 19, 1466 between the Polish king, the Prussian cities, and duke of Pomerania on one side, and the Teutonic Order on the other.
The treaty was followed in 1467 by the Pfaffenkrieg (priests war against Poland) and the grandmasters refused to pledge any allegiance to the kings of Poland, due to their duties to emperors and popes.
The terms of this treaty were not recognized by the emperor nore by the pope, who did not recognize the Preussischen Bund (Prussian Confederation.
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 Second Treaty of Thorn
The Second Treaty of Thorn (Polish languagePolish: ''Toruń'') was a peace treaty concluded in the Prussian city of Thorn (TorunToruń) on October 19, 1466 between the Polish king, the Prussian cities, and duke of Pomerania on one side, and the Teutonic Order on the other.
As a result of the treaty the defeated Teutonic Order had to give back the occupied territories of Gdansk Pomerania, including Danzig; Kulmerland (with Kulm and Thorn) and also Vistula Mouth (with Elbing and Marienburg (now Malbork)).
The Order acknowledged the rights of the PolandPolish crown to rule over Prussia's western half (subsequently known as Polish or Royal Prussia/).
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 POLAND IN NATO
The achievements were capped by the Peace of Toru in 1466, but not before Poland had experienced a string of disappointments, some of them caused by the attempts of the young dynasty to get involved in European affairs.
France was a natural ally of Poland after the Treaty of Versailles.
Before its ultimate demise, Poland had made both peaceful and armed attempts to regain its sovereignty.
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 Second Treaty of Thorn
The Second Treaty of Thorn (Polish languagePolish: ''Toru&;'') was a peace treaty concluded in the Prussian city of Thorn (TorunToruń) on October 19, 1466 between the Polish king, the Prussian cities, and duke of Pomerania on one side, and the Teutonic Order on the other.
The treaty was followed in 1467 by the ''Pfaffenkrieg'' (priests war against Poland) and the grandmasters refused to pledge any allegiance to the kings of Poland, due to their duties to emperors and popes.
The terms of this treaty were not recognized by the emperor nore by the pope, who did not recognize the Preussischen Bund (Prussian Confederation.
www.infothis.com /find/Second_Treaty_of_Thorn   (249 words)

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