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made fighting


Baltiysk

to Sweden. The Swedes only failure was their inability to capture the important port of Gdańsk. Gustav Adolf's biographer, Harte, noted that the king was furious ''"that a pacific commercial rabble should beat a set of illustrious fellows, who made fighting their profession"''. Nonetheless, Swedes now controlled almost all Baltic ports, with the exception of Danzig, Puck, Königsberg (Królewiec) and Liepāja (Libau, Libawa). This would be the closest Sweden ever got to realising its


Klaipėda

(occupation of some cities by Swedes) by Commonwealth, with the temporary (until 1634) transfer of Malbork, Sztum and Żuławy Wiślane. Remaining ships of the Commonwealth fleet were transferred to Sweden. The Swedes only failure was their inability to capture the important port of Gdańsk. Gustav Adolf's biographer, Harte, noted that the king was furious ''"that a pacific commercial rabble should beat a set of illustrious fellows, who made fighting their profession"


Washington, D.C.

his youth rights career. He quickly became involved in the youth rights (Youth rights movement in the United States) movement, and has worked as the executive director of the National Youth Rights Association since 2000. Koroknay-Palicz has become a major figure in all aspects of the youth rights movement and has made fighting ageism his chief purpose. Koroknay-Palicz serves on the board of advisors for the Freechild Project


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