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- Crusades : Medieval wars of religion fought by Christians, the most famous being in the Holy Land.
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- France, history : Add brief definition or description
- George I (Britain) : First Hanoverian king (1714-27) of Great Britain and Ireland, and elector of Hanover, a German state.
- Louis XV : (1710-1774), King of France (1715-1774), was the dominant political figure during the Ancien Régime.
- Ottoman Empire : An empire, informally the Turkish Empire, that dominated most of the Middle East from the 14th to early 20th century.
- Poland : Central European republic (population c. 38.5 million; capital Warsaw) extending from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Tatry Mountains on its southern borders with the Czech Republic and Slovakia; also borders Germany to the west, the Russian Federation and Lithuania to the north-east, and Belorussia and Ukraine to the east.