Casimir III


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Casimir III

(ˈkæzɪmɪə)
n
(Biography) known as the Great. 1310–70, king of Poland (1333–70)
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In 1346 King Casimir III of Poland granted the settlement city status, which led to an influx of Jews and Bydgoszcz move to become a major centre for wheat trading.
We were never ``disconnected'' because we were taught about George Washington before Casimir III or El Cid.