Battle Of Targoviste (Part 2/2) ⚔️ The Night Attack, 1462


Battle of Targoviste (Part 2) – The Night Attack, 1462

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  1. All can clearly see where Transylvania rightfully belongs to.
    Transylvania is Hungary as it always was.
    Where is "Romania" on the map? Do you find it? It is nowhere as it is a late 19th century imagination.

  2. If Vlad had no option but poor guerrilla warfare when faced with a real Ottoman army, how did he dare to destroy Ottoman towns and population in Bulgaria at the peak of Ottomans in the first place?

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