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  1. Stefan Czarniecki ( Polish: [ˈstɛfan t͡ʂarˈɲɛt͡skʲi] ( listen) of the Łodzia coat of arms, 1599 – 16 February 1665) was a Polish nobleman, general and military commander. In his career, he rose from a petty nobleman to a magnate holding one of the highest offices in the Commonwealth, something that was unprecedented in the Commonwealth's history.

  2. Esteban Czarniecki (del polaco original Stefan Czarniecki/ Esteban Charnietski [stɛfan t͡ʂarɲɛt͡skʲi]) ( Czarnca, 1599 - Sokolówka, 16 de febrero de 1665) fue un noble y general de la República de las Dos Naciones quien durante su carrera consiguió alzarse desde la baja nobleza hasta altos cargos como los de Hetman de Campo de la Corona.

  3. Esteban Czarniecki (del polaco original Stefan Czarniecki/Esteban Charnietski [stɛfan t͡ʂarɲɛt͡skʲi]) (Czarnca, 1599-Sokolówka, 16 de febrero de 1665) fue un noble y general de la República de las Dos Naciones quien durante su carrera consiguió alzarse desde la baja nobleza hasta altos cargos como los de Hetman de Campo de la Corona.

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    Stefan Czarniecki was born in 1599 in the family estate of Czarnca by Włoszczowa in southern Poland in a szlachta (nobility) Czarniecki family. The date of his birth is only an assumption, as no documents exist to prove it without a doubt; most historians, as noted by historians Leszek Podhorodecki and Adam Kersten, accept the 1599 date, although h...

    For the next several years he would serve on the always-virulent south-eastern border, where he made his home in Illńce. In 1644 under Koniecpolski he took part in the battle of Ochmatów where Commonwealth forces dealt a crushing defeat to Toğay bey's (Tuhaj Bej) Tatars. He served as one of seven pułkowniks in Koniecpolski's army, and once again hi...

    When Charles X of Sweden invaded Poland in 1655, Czarniecki distinguished himself by his defence of Kraków, which he eventually surrendered on good terms, retreating with his army. He remained loyal to the Polish king, even when much of the army, including most of the senators and the hetmans, temporarily joined the Swedes. His vocal support for th...

    In 1657 he was instrumental in defeating the forces of George II Rákóczi at the battle of Magierów. In 1658 and 1659 he aided Danes during the Danish–Swedish War, fighting at Als and at the battle of Kolding. On the conclusion of the Peace of Oliwa, which adjusted the long outstanding differences between Poland and Sweden, Czarniecki was transferre...

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  5. stefan czarniecki herbu łodzia (ur. ok. 1599 w czarncy, zm. 16 lutego 1665 w sokołówce) – polski dowódca wojskowy, oboźny koronny (dworski) [1], kasztelan kijowski od 1652, starosta niegrodowy kowelski od 1655, regimentarz od 1656, wojewoda ruski od 1657, starosta tykociński od 1659, wojewoda kijowski od 1664, hetman polny koronny w 1665, …

  6. Stefan Czarniecki [ˈStɛfan t͡ʂarˈɲɛt͡skʲi] escucha ) del escudo de armas de Łodzia (1599 - 16 de febrero de 1665) fue un noble polaco, general y comandante militar. En su carrera, pasó de ser un pequeño noble a un magnate que ostentaba uno de los cargos más altos de la Commonwealth, algo sin precedentes en la historia de la Commonwealth.