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Encyclopedia > Ulaszlo I of Hungary
Wladislaus III of Poland

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NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Ulaszlo I of Hungary (197 words)
Elizabeth was the daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary, and at the age of fourteen married the landgrave of Thuringia Ludwig IV.
It is a narrow, hilly region bordering Slovakia in the northeast and Hungary in the east, and it is indented by Neusiedler Lake.
To the northeast it borders Slovakia, Hungary to the east and Slovenia to the farthest south.
Hungary's first two foreign kings, Charles Robert and Louis I of the House of Anjou, ruled during one of the most glorious periods in the country's history.
Sigismund died the same year, and Hungary's next two kings, Albrecht V of Austria (1437-39) and Wladyslaw III of Poland (1439-44), who was known in Hungary as Ulaszlo I, both died during campaigns against the Turks.
After Ulaszlo, Hungary's nobles chose an infant king, Laszlo V, and a regent, Janos Hunyadi, to rule the country until Laszlo V came of age.
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