Przed upadkiem Kamieńca : opinia publiczna wobec zagrożenia miasta

2003
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article
dc.abstract.enOne of the consequences of the Truce of Andrusovo was a revival of the Polish-Turkish conflicts. The public opinion in the Polish Commonwealth was convinced that the perspective of such conflicts is very remote, hence the danger from the Ottoman Porte had been ignored almost right up until the outbreak of the war. One of the few politicians who was aware of the danger was hetman Jan Sobieski who only a year before the war had drawn attention to Poland’s military weakness as well as the weakness of its key fortress Kamieniec Podolski. The last Diet sessions which were held in the year 1672, had been broken up. The problem of preparing the state and Kamieniec Podolski to the war was presented in the royal legations and the proposals of the throne. It was perceived by the dietines as is illustrated by the instructions which had been issued for the deputies, as well as by the senators during voting sessions. Yet, no preparations had been made, as both Diets had been broken up due to the growing internal conflicts. Since the beginning of 1672, Poland had begun to receive reports in accordance with which war with Turkey seemed unavoidable. The reports also brought information about the sultan’s personal participation in the preparations to the war, the careful training of the Ottoman army as well as its vast size. But other news had also circulated around the country. Initially, rumors had been spread that the Turks would not invade Poland, but some other country. Afterwards, there began to appear news about the numerous problems of the Turkish army and apparently about the good preparation of the Polish side to the conflict. The latter news seemed to predominate on the territories situated far away from the border with Moldova and especially in Lithuania. Such opinions became more and more widespread, as in its propaganda, the court tended to emphasize the internal problems, rather than the external dangers to Polish sovereignty. The activities undertaken in the last minute (mainly by Sobieski and Trzebicki) could not have prevented the war; nor could they have protected the Commonwealth against the loss of Kamieniec Podolski.pl
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dc.contributor.authorStolicki, Jarosław - 132114 pl
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dc.title.alternativeBefore the fall of Kamieniec : the attitude of the public towards the threat posed to the citypl
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One of the consequences of the Truce of Andrusovo was a revival of the Polish-Turkish conflicts. The public opinion in the Polish Commonwealth was convinced that the perspective of such conflicts is very remote, hence the danger from the Ottoman Porte had been ignored almost right up until the outbreak of the war. One of the few politicians who was aware of the danger was hetman Jan Sobieski who only a year before the war had drawn attention to Poland’s military weakness as well as the weakness of its key fortress Kamieniec Podolski. The last Diet sessions which were held in the year 1672, had been broken up. The problem of preparing the state and Kamieniec Podolski to the war was presented in the royal legations and the proposals of the throne. It was perceived by the dietines as is illustrated by the instructions which had been issued for the deputies, as well as by the senators during voting sessions. Yet, no preparations had been made, as both Diets had been broken up due to the growing internal conflicts. Since the beginning of 1672, Poland had begun to receive reports in accordance with which war with Turkey seemed unavoidable. The reports also brought information about the sultan’s personal participation in the preparations to the war, the careful training of the Ottoman army as well as its vast size. But other news had also circulated around the country. Initially, rumors had been spread that the Turks would not invade Poland, but some other country. Afterwards, there began to appear news about the numerous problems of the Turkish army and apparently about the good preparation of the Polish side to the conflict. The latter news seemed to predominate on the territories situated far away from the border with Moldova and especially in Lithuania. Such opinions became more and more widespread, as in its propaganda, the court tended to emphasize the internal problems, rather than the external dangers to Polish sovereignty. The activities undertaken in the last minute (mainly by Sobieski and Trzebicki) could not have prevented the war; nor could they have protected the Commonwealth against the loss of Kamieniec Podolski.
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Wydział Historyczny : Instytut Historii
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Stolicki, Jarosław - 132114
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2020-11-10T12:12:31Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2003
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Strona wydawcy: https://www.wuj.pl
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Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
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Przed upadkiem Kamieńca : opinia publiczna wobec zagrożenia miasta
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Before the fall of Kamieniec : the attitude of the public towards the threat posed to the city
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Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Prace Historyczne
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