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Polish War Traditional Song: Oi Šermukšnio (Ugniavijas)

Hussars was known as "big wings" and a wooden frame wearing eagle, ostrich, swan or butter. In the sixteenth century, distinctive suites or appropriate paws appear on the Cavalculating screens. The most common theoret is to tolerate the wings because they are loud, it seems that it seems that the knights seem to be much more than the reality and fear of the enemy of the enemy.

Other options include wings made to defend your appearance from men against sword and mushrooms, or carry them to their heavy horses for wood audio makers used by the Ottoman and the calendar. It seems that the wings are used to exit the horse that is tired - run very quickly, so that duplicate costs are possible.

Initially, the first sensitive unit in 1503 Polish and China antennas was formed from parliament, which leased three ads from soldiers renting Hungary. Recruitment also began under local population. Most of the strong armored rings from the renaissance became stronger, Hungarian whispers played a secondary role in the local victories of Polish Lithuania, which was victorious at the beginning of the sixteenth century, which proves Oza victories (1514).

The actual "winged siege" took place in the 1570s with the reforms of the King of Poland and the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Stephan Batory, who was later followed by the King of Poland and the Grand Duke of Lithuania, John III. Sobiski, was cited. Cavalry If not the elite, cavalry was the main branch of the Polish army from 1570 to 1776 when its duties and traditions were transferred to Ulan by parliamentary decree. Most of the knights were recruited from wealthier nobles (szlachta).

When Batorya was elected King of Poland in 1576 and later accepted as Grand Duke of Lithuania, the cavalry organized the royal guard in a heavy formation, armed with a long spear as its main weapon.




This is the lyrics in Pholish "Oi Šermukšnio"


Oi šermukšnio šermukšnio kur tu augai tarp balių,
Ei ei ajajaj, kur tu augai tarp balių?
Kur tu augai tarp balių, tarp šių žalių samanų,
Ei ei ajajaj, tarp šių žalių samanų?
Oi motuše motuše, kam tu mane auginai,
Ei ei ajajaj, kam tu mane auginai?
Kam tu mane auginai ir in vaiską užrašei,
Ei ei ajajaj ir in vaiską užrašei?
Ir in vaiską užrašei ir tris triūbas nukalei,
Ei ei ajajaj ir tris triūbas nukalei?
Pirmą triūbą triūbijo ir kiemelio išjodams,
Ei ei ajajaj, iš kiemelio išjodams.
Antrą triūbą triūbijo per atšlaimą jodamas,
Ei ei ajajaj, per atšlaimą jodamas.
Trečią triūbą triūbijo, prie vaiskelio pristojęs,
Ei ei ajajaj, prie vasikelio pristojęs.
Man' žirgelis sužvingo, visas vaiskas sužiūro,
Ei ei ajajaj, visas vaiskas sužiūro.
Ir sužiūro sužiūro, kariuomenė į mane,
Ei ei ajajaj, kariuomenė į mane.
Ir atein žuvėdų pulks, žuvėdų pulks narsiųjų,
Ei ei ajajaj, žuvėdų pulks narsiųjų.
Kai ant plečiaus sustojum, žuvėdus iškapojom,
Ei ei ajajaj, žuvėdus iškapojom.
Mūsų Katkus labai drūts, tikras buvo karaliuks,
Ei ei ajajaj, tikras buvo karaliuks.

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