The Thirteen Years' War (1654-1667) Quiz
The Russo - Polish War, which marked Russia being a major power in Europe, while changing Poland's relations! 8 Questions.
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The Thirteen Years War, (1654 to 1667) was between which two countries situated in the Eastern part of Europe?
Tsardom of Russia and the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth
Papal States and Venice
Crimean Khanate and the Tsardom of Russia
Great Britain and France
The Thirteen Years War (1654 to 1667), was initially triggered after who's rebellion against the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth?
After the Battle of Szklow (Shklov), fought between Russian and Polish troops, both sides believed they have been victorious as what happened during this battle?
The Russian Troops captured Smolensk while Polish Troops captured Moscow
The two sides agreed on a Peace Treaty
There was a Solar Eclipse
Both Generals have been killed
The Russian advance into the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth led to which country invading Poland in 1655?
Kingdom Of Sweden
In 1660, when Polish King John II Casimir concluded the Second Northern War against Sweden, he could concentrate all his forces on what front?
As most of the Polish Troops were fighting against Russia, most battles were then won by Poland, these reverses forced the Russian Tsar to accept what treaty?
Treaty Of Jaffa
Treaty Of Kardis
Treaty Of Bergerac
Treaty Of Konigsberg
Towards the end of 1663, the Polish King crossed which river, then he invaded the West of Ukraine, most cities surrendered without resistance, although the victory over Vitebsk costed a lot of time?
Peace negotiations dragged on from 1663 to 1667, when the Treaty Of Andrusovo ceded Eastern Ukraine and the fortress of Smolensk to which country, which called itself victorious?
Tsardom Of Russia
Kingdom Of Sweden
Duchy Of Courland
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