The union of the Commonwealth of Two Nations and Saxony
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The union of the Commonwealth of Two Nations and Saxony
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Mindaugas Ĺ apoka | ldkistorija.lt 2018 january 19 d. 17:27

Frederik August I (1670-1733), Elector of Saxony, became the
King of Poland and the Grand Duke of Lithuania (1697-1733)
on June 27th, 1697. During the coronation, the new ruler
took the name of Augustus II, but often was called the
Strong due to his unusual physical strength. Saxony was one
of the most economically developed states in Europe at the
end of the 17th century. Entering into a personal union with
Saxony, the Commonwealth had better prospects in
international politics than many surrounding nations. The
new leader, having his own state, could hope that he would
be able to rule the boyars of the Commonwealth.

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