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  1. Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny was a Ukrainian Cossack political and civic leader, Hetman of Zaporozhian Cossacks from 1616 to 1622, a military leader of Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth both on land and sea. While being a hetman, he transformed the Cossack Host from an irregular military formation into a regular army. Under his leadership, the Cossacks, the Orthodox clergy and peasants of Ukraine began to emerge as a united nation. His troops played a significant role in the ...

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    • April 20, 1622, Kyiv, Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (now Ukraine)
  2. Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny ( Ucraniano : Петро Конашевич-Сагайдачний ; polaca : Piotr Konaszewicz-Sahajdaczny ; nació alrededor de 1582 [2] en Kulchytsi , hoy Sambir Raión - 20 de abril 1622 Kiev ) fue un líder político y cívico de Ucrania, Hetman de Ucrania Cosacos de Zaporozhian desde 1616 hasta 1622, [2]un brillante líder militar de la Commonwealth polaco-lituana tanto en tierra como en mar.

  3. Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny ( Ucraniano : Петро Конашевич-Сагайдачний ; polaca : Piotr Konaszewicz-Sahajdaczny ; nació alrededor de 1582 [2] en Kulchytsi , hoy Sambir Raión - 20 de abril 1622 Kiev ) fue un líder político y cívico de Ucrania, Hetman de Ucrania Cosacos de Zaporozhian desde 1616 hasta 1622, [2]un brillante líder militar de la Commonwealth polaco-lituana tanto en tierra como en mar.

  4. Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny was a Ukrainian political and civic leader, Hetman of Ukrainian Zaporozhian Cossacks from 1616 to 1622,[2] a military leader of Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth both on land and sea. While being a Cossack Hetman, he transformed the Cossack Host from an irregular military formation into a regular army.

    • Early Life
    • Major Campaigns
    • Restoration of The Ukrainian Orthodox Hierarchy
    • Later Life and Death
    • Legacy

    Petro Konashevych was born in the village of Kulchytsy (Przemyśl land) three miles away from Sambir in the Ruthenian Voivodeship into a Ukrainian Eastern Orthodox noble family. His fathers surname was Kononovych. He graduated the school at the Ostroh Academy in Volhynia. His school mate was Meletiy Smotrytskyi, author of the Hramatyka book, by whic...

    Early Turkish campaign

    By the end of the 16th century, Sahaidachny traveled to Zaporizhia, where in 1605, he was elected as the Kosh Otaman of the Zaporozhian Host cossacks. Under his control, the Host participated in campaigns against the Crimean Tatars and the Turks. The Сossacks fleet captured the Turkish fortress Varna, burned and destroyed a strong Turkish navy(10000 boats). He is famous for his sea sorties on Crimea and Turkey and in 1616 captured Caffa (Theodosia) on the Crimean peninsula, the largest center...

    Muscovite campaign

    In 1618, Sahaidachny joined the Anti-Turkish Holy League. While he was battling the Turks, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth requested his assistance for war with Moscovy; they wanted him to provide Władysław IV Vasa, the King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, with 20,000 Cossacks near Moscow. Sahaidachny did, and seized the forts in the cities of Putivl, Kursk, Livny, Yelets and many others. Near Serpukhov Sahaidachny forced the Muscovite army to flee. The Muscovite troops under comman...

    Not only did Sahaidachny fight for control, he also fought for the religious and cultural rights of the Ukrainian people. In 1620, he registered himself and his entire Zaporozhian Host as students into the Kiev Epiphany Brotherhood School, that preceded the current Kyiv Mohyla Academy. It was done in order to protect the school from conversion from...

    The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth accepted the appointment, because it wanted to keep close contacts with Sahaidachny after the Turks defeated the Polish army at the Battle of Ţuţora. Because of Sahaidachny's moderate policies towards Commowealth, he provoked dissatisfaction among the Cossacks, and in 1620, they briefly elected Yatsko Borodavka as...

    Frigate "Hetman Sahaidachny" - a flagship of the Ukrainian Navyfor over 20 years.
  5. Konashevych-Sahaidachny, Petro [Сагайдачний, Петро; Sahajdačnyj; née Конашевич or Кононович; Konashevych or Kononovych], b 1570? in Kulchytsi, Sambir region, Galicia, d 20 April 1622 in Kyiv. Zaporozhian Sich hetman, organizer of Ukrainian Cossack armies, and political and civic leader.

  6. Equestrian of Petro Konashevych-Sahaidachny at Kontraktova Square in Kiev, Ukraine. Established in 2001. Architects: Jarikov and Kuharenko. Sculptors: Shvetsov, Krylov, Sidoruk. Restoration of the Ukrainian Orthodox hierarchy Not only did Sahaidachny fight for control, he also fought for the religious and cultural rights of the Ukrainian people.