Hetman

Hetman is a political title, historically assigned to military commanders. It was the title of the second-highest military commander (after the monarch) in 15th- to 18th-century Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, which together, from 1569 to 1795, comprised the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, or Rzeczpospolita. Hetman was also the highest mi...
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Hetman

• (n.) A Cossack headman or general. The title of chief hetman is now held by the heir to the throne of Russia.
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Hetman

[train] Hetman is the name of a fast train system in Poland. ==Route== Hetman uses two trains to cross almost the whole length of southern and western Poland. It runs on the Zamość - Gorzów Wielkopolski route, via Stalowa Wola, Tarnobrzeg, Rzeszów, Kraków, Katowice, Gliwice, Wrocław, Poznań, and Krzyż Wielkopolski. It takes 17 hours...
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Hetman

Het'man noun ; plural Hetmans . [ Pol. hetman . Confer Ataman .] A Cossack headman or general. The title of chief hetman is now held by the heir to the throne of Russia.
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Hetman

A cossack commander.
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Hetman

A hetman was the elected chief (general) of the Don and Ukraine Cossacks. The hetman was elected by the people throwing their fur caps at their choice, the winner being the man with the most caps at his feet. The dignity was abolished among the Cossacks of the Ukraine by Catharine the Great and the last hetman of the Don Cossacks was Count Platoff ...
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Hetman

Historically, a Polish, Czech or Cossak military leader
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hetman

military title used in the Polish–Lithuanian state (16th–18th century); the hetman wielki (`great hetman`) was the chief of the armed forces and the ... [2 related articles]
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