What connects Poland and the Dracula?
What you think Poles?
Well, on the first place those are Serbians. They created Sacred Order of The Dragon (Ordo Draconis), their nobleman Voivode Miloš Obilić with twelwe Serbian knights, commanders of famous winged Serbian light cavalry which in Hungary and Poland was introduced as Racowie in time of Polish King Władyslaw Jagiello, Zawisha Czarny of Garbow, Wladislav Warnechyk of Varna and Serbian hero Sibinjanin Janko (in Hungary remembered as Janos Hunyadi).
But, what else or to say who else connects Poland with Vlad Tepes called Impaler? That is Jan Sobieski himself. Yes, King Sobieski was Grand Master of Draconists in his time and that way connected with Walachia of Vlad Impaler.The Sovereign Imperial Roman Order of the Dragon
The famous Polish King, Jan Sobieski, the architect behind the great Turkish defeat at the gates of Vienna, also served as Grand Master between 1657 and 1696. As Hungary and Transylvania crumbled beneath the weight of the Turkish onslaught, many members of the Dragon Order fell in battle and the orientation of the surviving knights drifted further eastward. With the death of Jan Sobieski, leadership passed to Prince Dmitri Cantemir, the Despot of Moldavia
true Sarmat Milos Obilic foundator of Draconists
Serbian knight Voivode Milos Obilic - the original founder of the Dragon Order
Vlad Impaler - Dracula
Vlad Tepes ruler of Walachia - member of the Dragon Order
famous Polish King Jan Sobieski Grand master of Dragon OrderIs the British royal family related to Vlad the Impaler's family?
Order of the Dragon symbol
A sign of this support was the fact that in 1431 Vlad II was inducted into the [b]Order of the Dragon ("Societas Draconis" in Latin), along with the rulers of Poland and Serbia.[/b] The purpose of the Order was to protect Eastern Europe and the Holy Roman Empire from Islamic expansion as embodied in the campaigns of the Ottoman Empire. Wishing to assert his status, Vlad II displayed the symbol of the Order, a dragon, in all public appearances, (on flags, clothing, etc.)