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  1. John Casimir was made a cardinal, but in December 1646, finding himself unsuited to ecclesiastical life, he returned to Poland. In October 1647 he resigned as cardinal to stand in elections for the Polish throne.

  2. Casimir Jagiellon (3 October 1458 – 4 March 1484); was to have married Kunigunde of Austria, but instead chose religious life, eventually being canonized as Saint Casimir. John I of Poland (27 December 1459 – 17 June 1501); succeeded Casimir IV as the king of Poland (1492–1501)

  3. 14/04/2015 · Casimir Pulaski . NPS. Casimir Pulaski is remembered in many ways. In Poland, he is remembered as a man who fought for freedom on two continents, and is given the title "Soldier of Liberty." In the United States, numerous streets, bridges, counties, and towns are named for him in honor of his aid to American forces.

  4. 11/05/2022 · Discover Casimir Pulaski Monument in Buffalo, New York: A monument to a Polish general who fought the American Revolution and became the "Father of the American Cavalry.".

  5. 10/04/2022 · Lithuanian community celebrates feast of St. Casimir with Mass, luncheon. Knights of Lithuania Council 143, Pittston, celebrated the feast of St. Casimir with a Mass Sunday, March 6, at St. John ...

  6. › wiki › John_LawJohn Law – Wikipedia

    John Law, gemalt von Casimir Balthazar. John Law of Lauriston oder französisch John Law de Lauriston (* 16. April 1671 in Edinburgh; † 21.

  7. L'Île aux enfants est une émission de télévision française pour la jeunesse qui compte 968 épisodes.. L'Île aux enfants est diffusée pour la première fois dans le cadre de l'émission jeunesse Jeunes Années sur la troisième chaîne couleur de l'ORTF, du 16 septembre 1974 au 3 janvier 1975 à 19 h [1], puis sur FR3 du 6 janvier 1975 au 14 février 1975 en tant que programme à part ...