Działania wojenne na terenie Mołdawii w latach 1615-1621 w historiografii rumuńskiej
Military Confrontations on the Moldovan Territory between 1615 and 1621 in the Romanian Historiography
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Modern Romanian historiography has been formed in the second half of the nineteenth century and since then it can be seen a considerable progress in the Romanian historians’ research on national history. As in other cases, there existed favorite subjects, especially from the viewpoint of political, cultural and military achievements, throughout time in the Romanian historiography. The period between 1615 and 1621 is part of the issues that were approached less by the Romanian historiography. This can be explained by the fact that this period is between two glorious historical moments in the Romanian history: on one hand it is the rule of Michael the Brave, and on the other those of Matei Basarab in Wallachia and Vasile Lupu in Moldova. Therefore, the Romanian historians have investigated more the political activity of the above-mentioned rulers, rather than the period between 1600 and 1632/34, when Moldova became a political and military confrontation territory between Poland and the Ottoman Empire. However, there appear references to the mentioned period in different works where the Romanian historians have tried to establish the main aspects of political and military confrontation and its consequences in the short and long term.
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