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Tři bratři, kteří si rozumí 🇨🇿🇸🇰🇵🇱💪
Трима братя, които се разбират. И други братя ви разбират.
@ⰒⰀⰂⰅⰎ ⰂⰀⰜⰎⰀⰂⰅⰍ Nie no nie ma co się smucić wystarczy na przyszłość nie zapominać
@D jak Malina kot Pravda, na lužický Srby jsem zapomněl. Moje chyba :)
@Marko Croatia Ne zbog vas I slovenaca
Great that you mentioned Slavs living on east German territories like Polabians or Sorbs because they tend to be often forgotten by many. Great video 👍
Slavs are a beautiful people.. hmmmm.. Germanic, Frankish, and the Nordic.. hmmmm.. Russia 🇷🇺 isn't confined to the west it's flags is of that the double eagle 🦅... one is to the west and one is to the east... hmmmm... right now the east is a most beautiful.. 😂😊..
@Bemästringen And even before the Germanic tribes, the area had been inhabited by Celtic tribes, and before them, we don't really know who inhabited it but it was probably some Pre-Indo-European people, so it's really silly arguing who was there first imo.
Ja Danke für nicht zu vergessen uns Sorben
@Bemästringen Gustav may have 2 different origins. One is gustaff from german and other is gostislav from the Slavic people. the Germanic version means staff of war (or something like that) and the Slavic version means guest of glory (or honor)
Czterech braci - Polacy, Czesi, Słowacy, Serbołużyczanie. Budujmy razem lepszą przyszłość i Europę!
As long as you let the Poles lead...I'm in! 😉😘
As a Serb, what the fuck are sorbs? Our Western alternqte?
Słowianie byli od Gruzji i Turkmenistanu po N**mcy
Jak říkáš kámo. My jsme Evropa.
@dafyduck79 e tam, nie aż tak. W sumie mało kto u nas wielbi węgrów, albo wogóle o nich wspomina
Cool. Nowadays you can still find many slavic names for villages and towns in northeastern Germany. Some names and places changed into more german but some are still slavic. Most places have "-ow" or "-itz" or "-in" in the end of the word. In the north you find places with "Lüb-" at the beginning, just like "ljub" in nowadays slavic languages.
@PruCo I have a friend named Czernkovich... and another Borkova
@frank van der Potsdam. From poztupimi, "the place by the oak trees" in Old West Slavonic
some examples-ow: Pankow, Güstrow, Hagenow, Beeskow-itz: Görlitz, Grömitz, Graal-Muritz, Zinnowitz-in: Schwerin, Wollin, Neuruppin, LubminLüb-: Lübeck, Lübbenau, Lübz
@D L and therefore did not deserve freedom to preserve their culture and the way of life?
@D L They were greatly subdued and assimilated.
Dobre spravené toto :D Máš odo mňa odber a like. Pokračuj v super tvorbe :DZdraví ťa Slovák žijúci v Srbsku :D
@Martin Zvara 🤣 Yep, true, or as it goes: wherever two Germans meet, you will find beer there. Wherever five Germans meet, you willl find there is some "-schaft" established. Wherever ten Germans meet, that right there makes it an age-old Germanic land. (Gdzie spotka się dwóch Niemców, tam i piwo. Gdzie spotka się pięciu Niemców, tam i jakiś "-schaft". Gdzie spotka się dziesięciu Niemców, tam odwieczna germańska ziemia.)
Добро дошао у Србију хахаха-
@Martin Zvara 🤣🤣🤣
@Хайнкель Шнакенберг Oo Nein, Nein Neeein! Der Vaterland musst größer sein! 😂 You just reminded me of the song that says that wherever the German language can be heard is German land
Здравствуй от немца, живущего в Казахстане :3
West Slavs! 🇵🇱💗🇨🇿💗🇸🇰 Pozdrawiam z Polski! 🇵🇱🇵🇱🇵🇱
Zdravím z Česka!
@Stanislav Čtvrtý Je pravda, že evropská unie má nedořešené chyby, ale odejít je ekonomická sebevražda. Už jen proto že s Německem máme téměř jednotný trh (trochu přeháním). Myslím si, že by jsme si spíš měli vyhrnout rukávy a změnit EU k obrazu našemu. Je to těžké, ale odejít je podle mne chyba. Co se týče multikultularismu je to otázka. Určitě vždycky nějaká migrace bude, ale když už někomu umožnit zůstat v ČR, tak ať je pořádně prověřený. Jít více cestou USA při kubánské krizi (to je taky trochu extrém, ale odráží to co chci naznačit) Ale zase, otázka migrace je otázka celé EU, jelikož se (myslím, že celá) nachází v Schengenském prostoru. Myslím si, že nikdo nechce zavírat hranice mezi našimi sousedy.
@Milda Psicho a pokud náhodou zákon nepřijmeme, přijdou sankce atd. EU už vůbec neslouží k tomu, k čemu vznikla. Nápad spojit Evropu byl dobrý, ale když z Evropy dělají muslimskou a multikuluralisticke území, je to smutné.
@Stanislav Čtvrtý To není pravda... :D Všechny zákony, co přejímáme můžeme odmítnout, a z pravidla by jsme si je měli upravit pro naše české prostředí. Fakt, že naši politici tohle nedělají, převezmou zákony bez úpravy a potom si stěžují, že za to může EU je smutný, ale je to fakt.
Ja zo slovenska :D 🇸🇰🇸🇰
So Samo was essentially a real life mount & blade character?
@Radek Karafiát No one's.I am sure you meant USSR, but unfortunetly for you USSR doesn't exist and their puppet was ČSSR.So your comment is just a bit nonsensical.It was a good try though.You get 1 out of 10 for effort.
@Danube is really peculiar river. Are you from Slovakia and have the nickname SSSR? I guess whose puppet you are.
@Danube is really peculiar river. Literally nothing is less civilized than using rat poison to kill people and burn them on a large stove by mass
@DeFact Unit Remember the time when Germans where shocked how many Serbians Croatians killed and called Croatian massmurdering less civilized than german massmurdering.20th century was fucking nuts.Btw this isn't attack on Croatians.I am from Slovakia and we were german puppet state to.
Sorbs actually had a state, although it is disputed that it was vassal to the Frankish empire, ruled by Dervan.
Słowiańscy bracia, kocham was ❤
@Sooraya Ashur Ci którzy są prawdziwymi Słowianami cierpią niewolę w tym imperium zła . Jest ich wielu , problem jak ich odróżnić od Tatatom-Mogołów ze Złotej ordy .
Powiedz to teraz ruskim...
That's interesting. Here in Latin America we kind of learn about European history like there was nothing west of Germany and North of the Danube until the period of the German unification, so this has been a very enlightening video.
@Victor Hugo Franciscon ...and honestly, for people of Europe, from countries who did not have colonies in South America, it is the same regarding your history. I think we mostly just learn how history relates to our own roots/countries. But I like all history, so I'm glad to learn about S.America too.
This is not uncommon in the USA....just the 'old soviet bloc'... that's because Euro history for high schoolers is oriented around WW2.(some people end their education at this point) Otherwise you have to take much more specific history courses at the university and most of them won't apply any earned credit to most majors.
Sadly as someone from Slovakia who lives in the UK I sometimes meet people who think that there really is nothing east of Germany. They kinda think that all of the countries there are extremely undeveloped .. I have met a person who was surprised we had internet and that what I call a true idiot.Lucky it is extremely rare to meet such people..
that is true, we kinda does not know much about the slavs
Pozdrawiam wszystkich przyjaciół i braci z Czech i Słowacji 🇵🇱❤️🇨🇿🇸🇰
Pozdrav zo Slovenska brat môj! Sláva rodu!
Proud to be of Polish ancestory! 🇵🇱🇵🇱❤️❤️
Polish and Lithuanian!!😊
Super video, je skvele vidiet aj slovenskych tvorcov :)
This was so cool. Filled an Early Medieval Western Slavic hole in my heart I didn't know I had. Samo's Kingdom is especially neat
The story of Samo's Kingodm is a natural part of history lessons in our country (Slovakia)
more things if you're interestedwww.korenine.si/proceedings.htm
Jack Rackam Tak toto bola kvalita
according to some old sources in old-czech language, samo was at least half slav after his father. and he was raised to know and appreciate his roots. it seems like it was his desire to connect with his ancestry. but it is quite grey part of history, especially if he defeated dagobert which is very prominent person in old and powerful merovigian bloodline...
Been living in Slovakia for almost 4 years now (am French) and I have been very interested in knowing more about their history. Am glad I found your vid! I came from a comment you left on a 'Kings and General' video. You got another subscriber and I shall be checking the rest of your channel :)
By that of course i mean a racist against slovaks
Well babusamisi is right about that Slovaks, did not have a political force and really their identity was created in 19th century, and they are more like a mix of migrants later in history primarily and also some original Slavs of the Carpathian basin. Despite that in our common journey, Slavs living North Hungary were allies of the Hungarian kingdom. Hungarians and the Slavic tribes, the ancestors of Slovaks, fought together against most enemies and enjoyed great successes. Such a shame, modern nationalism, totally destroyed the multiethnic Kingdom of Hungary and these people started to hate each other, instead of the previous cooperation and respect. Forgive to Misi, for his temperament and emotional reflection, cause Slovaks are trying to tell, this Slovak political force, which was created in 19th century, in age of nationalism, tries to steal the 1000 years old heritage of Hungarian kingdom. Btw from 896 to 1920 there was not a single "Slovak rebellion" in the kingdom of hungary cause they were not pressed, but part of the system until the age of nationalism and 1848. So the real debate is that Slovakia history started from Moravia or 1920, and for me, the answer is easy, Slovakia as a country started its history with 1920 and the Slavic tribes and later Slovaks, as people obviously has a longer history under Hungarian political force and country, what belongs to the Hungarian Kingdom history, but we need to be aware, that those Slavs were not seperatist and loyal to the Hungarian kingdom for 1000 years. So I think we need to handle countries history and people history differently. For a really long time "Slovaks" were part of the people of Hungarian kingdom, and I think its right to tell, overall the 1000 years old of common journey is the history of Hungary as a country, but some parts, can be shared with the Slovaks as people as common history. Many don't know, but in medieval Hungarian Kingdom, almost all nobles were Hungarian or Croatian, so almost all castles, acts etc in modern day Slovakia can be linked to ethnic Hungarians, but Slovak people as workforce, soldiers, and in some cases Slavs became part of the Hungarian nobility class, is part of our ethnicities' common badass history. I tell an example, in 1849 Damjanich one of the greatest general of the freedom war, had Serbian origin and ethnicity, yet he dies for Hungary, as a Martyr and our national hero. Until the age of nationalism this mentality prevailed, and later we started to hate each other. For this. I consider Damjanich part of the Hungarian history, as a political force and at best we can mention he was ethnic Serbian. Now obviously, Romanians and Slovaks, try to justify their nations, created much later, and try to nationalize this history. Which often means claiming Hungarian history. Eg Slovaks will teach you, they are the successors of Moravians, and they were opressed by Hungarians for 1000 years, and always wanted to be free. You can decide which version you prefer, butif you look at history deeply I think there is no question as there was never a Slovak political force or rebellion in north Hungary prior 19th century. This is a kind of serious and complex topic, and I hope I could show the source of conflict and the points every sides making. I hope a healthier way could be consolidated, and it will be seen as Hungary's history which were based on Hungarian, German, Slavic Vlach and several other ethnicities like Cumans etc common feats, so no one would try to steal history, claim things or hate each other based on such stuff.
Slovakia History ? Slovakia existed only since 1920, for 1000 years the Highlands were part of Hungary! Don't fall for the fakes of history!
Good work man. Thoroughly enjoyed this. Great visuals in particular.
I just love west slavs, they're the most patriotic and peaceful out of all the slavs, love from uk 🇬🇧❤🇵🇱🇨🇿🇸🇰
Peaceful, developed or advanced yes, but patriotic no. Poles are kinda patriotic, Czechs and Slovaks not so much. Compared to Serbs, Russians, Croats or Ukrainians, west Slavs are much more relaxed about nationalism and patriotism.
Thanks😁 🇵🇱🇨🇿🇸🇰❤🇬🇧 from Poland
@Madeleine Ericsson holy fuck, really?
@Korax Yugoslavia is not west
I am Hungarian but I can say that Slavic people are cool! I like them!
Szia baratom,SK-HU: Two brotherly nations which lived together in peace for almost 1000 years. Let's not allow the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century to divide us.Historically, Slovak paraszt and Hungarian paraszt had far more in common than we can imagine nowadays.I like to say: Magyar - Szlovak, ket jo barat ;)And this version rhymes, unlike that one with "Lengyel" :)BTW, my GF is from a tiny village near Nyiregyhaza and I am from a tiny village near the Slovak-Czech border where Kunok and Szekelyek used to be dislocated in like 13th century or so.Her surname is Slavic (Takacs), and her two grandmothers' surnames were Toth and Racz. Funnily enough, my surname is Hungarian (although spelled as per the Slovak grammar).
@Csaba lmao totally. at least phrenology isn't taken seriously as a field nowadays or some of them might be running around with calipers measuring their coworkers skulls
@novadomenavedomia I love how everyone on the internet pretends that they have a master's degree in geneology.
Hungarians have 96% slavic haploid genome, you are remanufactured by design by British colonial agenda
Interesting thing is that the names for Russia in Finnish and Estonian are possibly derived from Wends/Veneti. If this is the case, Russia is literally "Wendia/Venetia" (Venäjä in Finnish) and "Wendland/Venetiland" or "Land of the Wends/Veneti" (Venemaa in Estonian). This also shows the connections between the Germanic and Finnic worlds across the Baltic.
Sława i chwała bracia Sławianie!
You deserve a lot more subscribers you put so much effort in your videos and put all the details in the description
Excellent work. I've attempted many times to put this confusing history together in my head, and you've finally succeeded. Thank you. The history of this area is quite the Game of Thrones!
This is great. Thank you! More history of the western Slavs, please.
Proud to be Moravian!
@Garrim Gyr What the fuck are you talking about?
You're funny. No proud Moravian presents himself with the flag of liars, forgers and usurpers.
Tož já su také z Moravy
A Czech living in Moravia.
This story was pretty much about Bohemia and todays Czech Republic. We do learn this in school alot about Samos Empire. I didnt know it was such an important place back than. Slavs werent unified back than. So there was a lot of infighting. Ive heard that Czechs send raids to enslave pagan Poles.
@DPW In the 9th century, the largest source of slaves for the Venetians was Great Moravia, where, for example, Constantine requested 900 captives from Prince Kocel, who were to go to the market in Venice (from where they would go on to the market in Spain and Africa), but he subsequently released them. Where will you get the necessary number of captives? The easiest way is to organise an expedition to a neighbouring territory and procure some, a common practice at the time. After the death of Cyril and Methodius (Christian Slavic heralds from the East), many of their students were sold into slavery and were displaced by Western (Roman) priests. But then under the weight of the Hungarian attack the Moravian Market was destroyed and rebuilt in Prague, which thus followed the trade route Krakov (under Bohemian control)-Kiev (Kievan Rus/Ruthenia)-Baghdad-China. In the market, besides the neighbouring Germans, Hungarians and Ruthenians, mainly Jewish and Arab merchants bought (thanks to which we have some more information about the functioning of the trade and market). During his reign Boleslav I (31 years) received 10mil denarii from the sale of slaves (the price was around 450denarii per person, men for 300 and women for 600, 1 denarius was equal to 10 chickens), which shows that they sold more than 20 thousand people (mostly aged 12-20 years). At that time, however, only pagan slaves could be sold, as it was considered a sin to sell Christians, and it was a particularly great sin to sell them to non-Christians. So the southern and western states were no longer hunting humans as pagan resources were already beyond their reach. In addition to the west buying slaves from eastern countries, slaves were commonly part of the tribute paid to protect the country from invasions from neighboring countries (the Czechs paid tribute to the Germans). But then the Poles converted to Christianity and so Boleslaus II was forced to sell mainly Christians (whether his own Czechs or Polish), which was immediately opposed by the Church and especially by St. Vojtech, who demanded that such slaves be immediately freed. This, however, would have meant huge economic losses, which led to frequent disputes between his family and the other nobility, resulting in the murder of his entire family (only Vojtěch/Adalbert survived, becouse he was in Italy and died later in pagan Prussia, where he spread the Christian faith). From then on, the prestige of the Prague market was probably lost and shifted to Kraków, which became the capital of Piast Poland, which had easier access to the northeastern pagans. So in the beginning all the central European Christian economies were based on the slave trade at the time.
Interesting re Czech slave raids into pagan Poland (or what would then become Poland). Simplifying and assuming we're talking of times prior to the year 966 (when Poland or rather its ruler got christianized), do we have sources attesting to such events? Did they tell you at school? Is it in Kosmas' chronicle or other contemporary sources? It is known that Prague was an important hub of slave trade in Central Europe then, that Święty Wojciech (Svatý Vojtěch) fought against it when he held bishopric there and that it was among main reasons over which he fell out with princely court and the Czech mighty but is there any proof of such raids into pagan Poland prior or about his time?
děkuji ti, miluji historii slovanských států.
6:44 "Sorbs managed to survive to this day."Yes we did - Sorb here. If you have any questions about our people feel free to ask me. :)
@HaaraaldEriksson You are Serbian tho, just in the west, you have been Germanized over time, and since you are catholic you used latin instead of cyrilic therefore you have barely anything connected to us other than name and the culture.
@TheRedGuy I speak Upper Sorbian as my mothertongue.There is also a lower Sorbian language.Upper Sorbian is more similar to Czech, Lower Sorbian to Polish - although the strongest similarities are of course between the sorbian languages.
What language do you talk? Sorbian (if it exists)Czech Polish?
@Gzuigzigz Oh thank you, that is very nice of you to say. On the topic of beers: there is no real "brand" of sorbian beer, but on some special occasions or public events beers were brewed as "limited edition". For example: Krabat-beer. One recurring "limited edition" brand is "Kulowske kwasne piwo" - "kwas" in sorbian actually does not mean the beverage, but is our word for wedding, so it means "Wedding beer from Kulow (Wittichenau)".Personally I am not a big fan of beer, but if I can make a suggestion: I really like "Bautzener Kupfer". It is not "sorbian", but it comes from Bautzen, so its regional and I like it very much.
@HaaraaldEriksson also, are there sorbian beer brands and if yes, what would you recommend?
Good, that we all Slovacs countries feel now united. We shoud be always in good friendship, we are brothers.
unless there is a sporitng event :D (football, hockey, whatever)
Super praca! Zaujimave, a prehladne - len tak dalej :)
Your work is pure gold, I'm seriously considering becoming a patreon!
Awesome video!! Those battles are really nicely animated. Reminds me of Crusader Kings II :D
Hey great video! I suggest putting the date somewhere into a corner. Would have been much easier connecting what I learnt to context already present in my memory.
Regarding the sorbs: In many regions in eastern saxony and southern brandenburg the sorbian language and culture is very much alive. And some regions even are officially duolingual. See for example Bautzen/Budysin: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bautzen#/media/Datei:Bautzen_City_Limit.JPG
Great Video. The information is on point and the visual support is not only very helpful, but also professionnal. Great job!
A fascinating, laser-sharp review of our pre-Czech history.
Awesome video. But you forgot to mention "Blatenske kralovstvo", which was created by count Pribina, who escaped from subjugated Nitra. Kingdom was situated around lake Balaton, with capital holding called Blatnohrad.
Love Poland from Hungary!
@Narex Moravian Sure but i belive we have the longest shared history with poland.
@Narex Moravian Polak ,Węgier dwa bratanki i do konia i do szklanki. Oba zuchy oba żwawi. Niech im pan Bóg błogosławi ;),maybe we atent slavs but we are still brothers of the Polaks. Look after it if you dont belive what im saying;)
@Narex Moravian Well, so what
hungarians are not slavs...
Úžasný ❤️🇨🇿❤️🇵🇱❤️🇸🇰Zdravím z Česka
Ahoj, ja sem Krecik :P Pozdrowienia z Polski
I would love the second part please. What a great content. I need so much more information about this topic, fill me up.
Slovakia and Poland 🇸🇰🇵🇱❤️
a lužickosrbsko i Česko
Slavömir Tancös wtf ??
Check republic embassy sweating eye contact
8:22 he was Konstatin, not Cyril. He got his name Cyril, when he was in Rome arguing about their action in Great Moravia. :)
Constantin and Michael = Ciril and Methodius
No sviatok na Slovensku sa volá Deň Cyrila a Metoda. Ciže preto to tak povedal
Brnoo a taky Morava
To je pravda, Cyril bylo jeho řeholní jméno, když vstoupil v Římě do kláštera. Jeho křestní jméno je Konstantin.
And Methodius was born Michael; he also adopted the name Methodius when he became a monk, but earlier than Cyril/Kyril/Konstantin. :)
Ať žije západoslovanský prostor! Bratrstvo navždy! 🇨🇿🇸🇰🇵🇱🔵🔴⚪️🍻💪
As a Hungarian I learned a lot from these. It's such a shame that we don't really learn more about the history of our neighbours. I mean we have some ideas about it but never really seen anything from their perpective. And I think it's true to most countries.Thank you, great video!
Tudatlan vagy , ha magyar létedre ilyen faszságokat írsz ! Olvasd el a korrekt magyar történelem könyveket , minden benne van a szlávokról ! Általános iskolai és gimnázium 2. o történelem tankönyvben az államalapítás témakörnél !
It's incredible to see how today's countries and borders more or less formed over thousand years ago.
Especially how ironically Poland after being all over the map now has the borders it had in the year 1000
Dobré video, až na zopár drobností... Poloha Samovej ríše nie je známa, rovnako ako Samo nebol kráľom. Pred 10. storočím hovoriť o Slovákoch je anachronizmus, boli to Nitrania/Nitravania (aj keď Slováci sú ich potomkami). Čechy sa stali kráľovstvom až v 13. storočí... Inak super :)
první Český král Vratislav II 1085 - 1092 to je 11 století. Dědičný královský titul získal a dokázal si udržet až Přemysl Otakar I. v roce 1198 to je 12 století :)
Good job ! Small point : influence of the vikings on slavs live. Special in north west slavic area. And a little bit about Khazarians which had influence on west slaws probably it was "Popielidzi" dynasty. We have legend about king Popiel and it is probably mark of Khazarians or vikings domination over some west slavs tribes.
Slava! My best greetings from Poland. Hej bratia slovianie.
I am legit embarrassed of what my country has become, but its still good knowing we used to kick ass back in the day, even if for just a brief moment. Greetings from Slovakia! 🇸🇰🇸🇰
Thanks so much for this! It completes European history.
Names of some kings are familiar. But I did not know that it was so complicated. However, there were intrigues and infighting, just like in the past 100 years. Looking forward to your story on the South Slavs. (I learnt that Samo's kingdom stretched all the way to Slovenia?). I live in Canada 66 years. I jumped on Trump's train. Because candidate Trump told us that at stake is the existence of the white race. Slavs make up the largest group of white people. Thus the existence of the white race rests on the Slavs. Thus it is very important that the Slavs in the old country stop hating and fighting each other. I am not suggesting a political or a state union. But I am promoting a cultural and Christian co-operation of peoples living on the territory spanning from the River Oder, the Adriatic sea all the way to Vladivostok. I also hope that one day the majority of the Slavs will encounter common sense, rather than present ignorance, hatred and plain stupidity. Common sense being the introduction of common modern Slavic language. Start using modern Slavic as a second language in schools, in the media and in public places. In 10, 20, 30 or even 50 years the second language will become the number one language used by 400 million people.Think of overall benefits a common language will bring in economics, science, education, media, etc. And also think of present day waste. A linguist in smaller Slavic nations spends a lifetime learning a foreign language so that in his lifetime translates a few books, which end up being read, hopefully, by a couple hundred of people. Yes, the Slavs have a choice to save the white race and Christianity o to continue with self destruction that has been going on as presently known since the 6th century. With love from a Pacifist Christian Slavic Slovenian Canadian.
Even this video contains less propaganda than our books at school. Greetings from Poland! Sława!
Great Video. The information is on point and the visual support is not only very helpful, but also professionnal no less ..........Mieszko was the first Polish prince and independent ruler of country with no Kingdom status and but the dynasty was not called MIESZKO, tylko - PIAST DYNASTIA - the first historical Polish ruling dynasty. Piast, son of Chościsko near Gniezno, is considered its progenitor. Piast's son, Siemowit, became the first Duke of Polans. The next ones were Lestek and Siemomysł. The first ruler of the Piast dynasty, whose historicity is not questioned, was Mieszko I. The Piasts sat on the Polish throne at least from around 960 (although in fact they entered the international arena as a dynasty after being baptized by Mieszko I in 966) until 1370.
Very good summary! But Piast dynasty, not Mieszko dynasty. ;)
@Paweł Link Vikings? :D
Piast's haplogroup is R1B1. That's very interesting.
@M. Laser History Respect to You for admitting a mistake. I will to subscribe to channel of Yours. Keep a good work.
Damn. I am from Czechia, and you gave me so many flashbacks of my 4th grade when we learned about this lol
Amazing video bro. Never knew much about early slavs until this. I hope you continue this video.
Poland(best friend) Czech and Slovak. Visegrad 4 Best Unio!
As a student in Ellwangen , southern Germany, I daily walked by a memorial plague for St. Method who, according to the plague, invented the slavic alphabet. I found out that he has been held captive there by bavarian bishops between 870 to 873.
Ty beťár. Perfect work. This is like 3 years in history. But shortened to 15 minutes. Po piatej minúte som hneď si išiel pozrieť polohu kanálu. :D
Love Poland and Slovakia from Czech republic. Stay strong brothers. Wends strong
M. Laser, I admire you work.Did you read Oskár Cvengrosch- Secret history of Slovakia? I would like to know your opinion on that.Cheers
Great work! Thank you. Genuinely, would love to see a continuation.. or update of this video. Even a comparison with polish pre-Christianisation legends. Not proven, but still...with many sources (including arabic and asian/) and academic discussions popping up on this topic, continuously. There is still a massive gap, if not a vacuum in historiography, in Poland's true rise. Hence, the growing rejuvenated interest in Poland, and growing theories..There seems to be a substantial jump form theoretical non-existence "no attacks" (Cracow, Calisia, Gdansk, Truso being known for centuries), to a large strong state - the size of roughly avars, huns or bulgarians (after avar's) that did not seem to be penetrated or conquered before... and took the crowns of nearby states... with also the Eastern Polans poping up in the 6-9th (conveniently) near Kiev, or Dniepr river similarly to the Volga Bulgars.
Wow super interesting. I never knew Methodius was arrested. My Granddad was Serbian so I have a soft spot in my heart for Slavic history and Central / Eastern Europe. Also lol@ the Byzantine empire slowly disappearing with every change in time.
@tomislav jurić Prije ce za vas tako bit no za nas.Tvoj narod je taj koji je pravio iskljucivo logore za djecu i protjerivao Srbe kad god je stigao.Takodje,Srbi su se makar bunili protiv vlasti za razliku od vas,koji ste imali 1-2 ustanka u 800 godina protiv Madjara,Austrijanaca i Venecije.
then he would be saying Sorbian/Lusatian
Nava Na maybe he ment the Zorbish, /Serbia's living around And in german cities Bautzen And Cottbus.
@Nava,i think you would like this: kzclip.net/video/JEUsm8_5EjY/бейне.html
Nava Na They're very similar.
Fantastic history for all of us Slavs !
14:30 Mieszko was the first prince of Poland however the dynasty wasn't named Mieszko. It was Piast.Aside from that though - Great video :v
Actually Mieszko was both, Duke and Prince. Its because you gain title of prince from royal blood, while Duke from your leadership over a region (not necesarily a country) .
Mieszko was Duke not Prince, Prince is son of King, Duke is independent ruler of country with no Kingdom status.
I would add, that Samo was more likely a slavic pagan from Karintia. He was described that way in Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum.
Slavs in general have experienced such hostilities and many still do today
coz we act like indians tribes hate each other and sold to serve to germans agaits other slavs..
hezky pěkně :D tolik informací!
Poland is the country I'd want to hug the most if it were a person.
You can - by visiting it :D Greetings from Poland
Excellent summary what happened during dark age in this part of Europe! A friend from bavaria told me their dialect share some words with the Czech sounding likewise. But Bavarians feeling themself more celtic-germanic and the tribe of Markomannen (Mark = Border , Mannen = Men).
Being Austrian, I can approve this. We definetly feel celto-germanic, but we know we also have some slavic heritage. The Bavarian tribe was founded by germanic, celto-romance and slavic tribes and the name literally means "Boii", which is a celtic tribe that settled around Bavaria, Bohemia and Slovenia. Bohemia is also named after this tribe "boii home"
Literally everything i „learned" since i had a history class for the first time, that was 7 years ago. 7 YEARS in 15 minutes 😂 #bestschoolsystem
Nice video. From a historian's perspective: if you'd put sources in the description of your video, it would be even better.
Very good, you should do more of Central European history
Perfect! Very detailed. Thanks. Only one not enough - please, keep century marker on the screen (as well as years numbers on the top right)
This is the first video of yours I've seen. Great work, this was really interesting.
Great video Laser amazing map animations!!
Excellent, brief but comprehensive! Good Job!
I have Enjoyed the Video. Just Please try to narrate slower. I am Hungarian from Australia and a second generation Magyar after my Grand Parents from former Yugoslavia. Love History.
Very good! I can't wait for the next episode!
Europe: Total Warrrrrrrr!!!Poland: Let's party *disco polo intensifies*Europe: We have peace!Poland: Time to move in!
Not really. Pre polish state tribes (mostly wends) were busy at that time either fighting Danes or together with Danes raiding Mercia and Northumbria.
@gregory Europe is a continent.
Poland invited HungaryHungary accepted
@gregory europe peninsula? What?
I love it! ❤️ Except: Why did Kingdom of Bohemia seemingly appear out of nowhere in the picture?BTW by that time, they still weren’t Kingdom, they were Duchy of Bohemia. And as Obborites, Sorbs ... were under direct control of Franks, Bohemians were under oscillating influence of either them or Moravians, with Moravians having bigger impact.When Moravian dynasty failing to take hold to the power ... the remainder of Great Moravia just swapped ruling dynasty. There was swift swap of power from the ruling Mojmirovci dynasty residing on the eastern part of the remainder to the Przemyslovci dynasty residing on the more western part of the remainder (and were considered nobility under Mojmirovci).There is no many preserved written records about the relation of those two noble houses. But few important indications remain.First known Duke of Bohemia was Bořivoj I. He did rule from 867, he had been sent to Bohemia by Svatopluk from Moravia, were he was baptised by Methodeus (Metoděj).Some historians contend, that he might been the son of Bohemian Duke mentioned by Franks Fulds annals, who have fled from Franks, after loosing castle of Vistrah to them in 857.(his name was Slaviteh, he has fled from Franks to the court of Rostislav. There are not certainties about him, but was is certain is that Franks did report about land of Bohemia from 805 as if unified country with which it was possible to negotiate and listed some Dukes ... without context)Anyway from Borivoj onward, Mojmirovci had clear influence over Bohemia not only through power, but also through relationship to Przemyslovci (although it is unclear if there was relation by blood or not. ... there is this possibility as well. Foremostly Greatmoravian duchess of the ninth century being found burried in Bohemian stronghold seem to indicate that).My point is, that Bohemia did not appear out of nowhere to take over Moravia. It was the same state for abou 150 years by that time and the ruling dynasty in the Bohemia had complicated and long intetwinned relationship with the main dynasty of Moravia in the east. And the swap of power was too swift and clean to be understood as foreign takeover.
Interesting!Best greetings from Austria =D
Ja! Greetings from the Tsechesen republic
Od mojí babičky si pamatuju jeden starý vtip o Cyrilovi a Metúdovi. Není příliš legrační, pokud člověk nechápe reference, ale je to nějak takhle:Slovan jde do hospody a s překvapením kouká, že na dveřích je závora.Jde tedy za hospodským a ptá se, proč je zavřeno."No protože musíme vymalovat." odpoví hospodský."Vymalovat? Proč, když ta hospoda stojí teprve druhé jaro?" ptá se zklamaný štamgast."No to sice ano, ale včera k nám přišli dva blázni z Byzancie. Prvně se tu opili vínem, pak nám tu zakouřili celou hospodu a nakonec počmárali všechny stěny!"Menší nápověda> Víno se v naší zeměpisné šířce běžně používá při mších, část o zakouření odkazuje na kadidlo a počmárané stěny jsou reference na fakt, že tito misionáři vytvořili první písmo ve Slovanských zemích (hlaholici)
The early West Slavic history is very interesting, but the first really strong kingdoms and empires in Slavic world (on the really European, not just small regional, scale) came only in 10th century with Kingdom of Poland and with Kievian Rus (but sadly Kievian Rus after 150 years was crushed by Tatars - Genghis-han and his sons). Poland resisted Tatars' attacks and stopped them, continued as a regional power, and became the incredible superpower especially in 15th to early18th centuries, and than, from late17th to late 20th ceturies Russia (the northern part of former Kievian Rus which ultimately finished Tatars' occupation after 300 years and started to develope from the Moscow Duchy), became a superpower.By the way, I woud like to see Frenchs, Italians or Btrittons in confronation with such powers as Tatars or Ottoman Turks. As to the historical data they would have a very little chances with them.
You are such a weeb
@Robert Grochowski Yes, it can be compared to the disaster of German lands during the religous wars (also mostly thanks to Swedish "chartered" army, who had very cruel way of fighting: kill everyone, than stole everything, and burn the rest). Today you can find a lot of art and artefacts from Polish churchs or towns in Swedish museums, but they honestly inform about their origin (even from the which church somethimes). Anyway, Poland and PLC went up after Swedish "deluge" to the level, which helped Jan Sobieski the III to crush Ottoman Turkey for good in the battle of Vienna...
PLC power end after Swedish invasion in XVII century, it was biggest disaster in Polish know history, even bigger than WW2.
If you want to know the legend then check the founding myth of three Slavic peoples "Lech, Czech, and Rus".
Based on genome mapping these wars between Franks and Slavs were not genocidal. Certainly not after introduction of Christianity and getting rid of Avars.Seems to me the aristocracy duke it out between themselves....mostly. General population probably didn't even know about it.
Z cyklu Polska i przyjaciele...
Nasi tu są! XD
M. Borycovsky. No hejka kolego ;)
The Adidas logo stands for the three types of Slavic tribes.
@Heresy no, adidas and puma, two brothers, nike is american
@Aztec Tajger both adidas and nike is german
I think Poland has Nike.
Adidas = all day I dream about sex Korn
Western Slavs are best!! 🇨🇿❤️🇵🇱❤️🇸🇰
@D4w1d _ 🇵🇱🤝🇭🇺Helping each other out in their times of need
@Matyáš Krzok Nezapomínam, ale Lužica nie je samostatný štát a tak nemajú ani vlajočku :( Naši lužickosrbskí bratia v Nemecku sa pomaly strácajú. Keď to takto pôjde ďalej, zachvíľu odumrie jedna vetva z nášho veľkého slovanského stromu :(
@Tomáš Ganca Haluška nezapomeň lužickosrbsko
@D4w1d _ No iam Serb
Dźakujemy so wam za přidanje Łužicy w wašim wideo! 🔵🔴⚪
Hej Sławny Wojaku , z jakiego miejsca na Łużycach pochodzisz?
@Матић Вељко sorbs are western Slavs more related to Czechs and poles
@Матић Вељко no
Pozdrowienia z Polski! Greetings from Poland!
I learnt more about the history of my country from this 15min long video than from all history classes combined.
I abhorred history when I was in school; I’m from Romania, and our classes consisted of endless dates for wars, skirmishes, possible invasions, fighting the Ottomans etc…but concentrating info as these people do online makes it more manageable especially for someone with ADHD.
Love from your slav cousins from N. Macedonia🇲🇰
Greetings from Poland
Czech here: I never knew so much about my own history! Thanks!
Kocham Polskę tak bardzo
Pozdrowienia z Polski
Ive learnt more history from this channel then ive ever in school…..
Because you dont needed to learn that
Good video. Very accurate and informative
12:26 Croatia actually used Glagolitic until the 19th century. And in non-religious contexts aswell for a pretty long time.Legend said that it was actually St. Jerome who invented it.
Its just amazing how being of polish hertige I can understand other slavic languages.I new a ukrainian girl and when we talked our ancestral tongues I knew what she was getting at and she as well with me.
Wow!It was a lot more interesting than I expected!