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Great Turkish War

War of the Holy LeagueHoly LeagueAustro-Ottoman War
Battle of Podhajce took place on 8–9 September 1698 near Podhajce in Ruthenian Voivodship during the Great Turkish War. It was the last Polish-Tatar battle ever and the last Polish battle of the Great Turkish War: only months later the Treaty of Karlowitz was signed.
Following the decisive Battle of Zenta in 1697 and lesser skirmishes (such as the Battle of Podhajce in 1698), the League won the war in 1699 and forced the Ottoman Empire to sign the Treaty of Karlowitz.

Feliks Kazimierz Potocki

Felix Kazimierz Potocki
6000-strong Polish army under Field Crown Hetman Feliks Kazimierz Potocki repelled a 14,000 man Tatar expedition under Qaplan I Giray.
In 1698 the Polish army under his command completely smashed the Tatar expedition to Poland in the battle of Podhajce.

Pidhaitsi

PodhajcePidhaytsiPodgaytsy
Battle of Podhajce took place on 8–9 September 1698 near Podhajce in Ruthenian Voivodship during the Great Turkish War.
In 1698, the Battle of Podhajce took place near the town.

Polish–Ottoman War (1683–1699)

Polish–Ottoman WarPolish–Ottoman War (1683–99)Polish-Ottoman War
The last battle of the campaign was the battle of Podhajce in 1698, where Polish hetman Feliks Kazimierz Potocki defeated the Ottoman incursion into the Commonwealth.

Ruthenian Voivodeship

Ruthenian VoivodshipRutheniavoivode of Ruthenia
Battle of Podhajce took place on 8–9 September 1698 near Podhajce in Ruthenian Voivodship during the Great Turkish War.

Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Polish-Lithuanian CommonwealthPolandPolish
6000-strong Polish army under Field Crown Hetman Feliks Kazimierz Potocki repelled a 14,000 man Tatar expedition under Qaplan I Giray.

Hetmans of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Grand Hetman of LithuaniaField Crown HetmanGrand Crown Hetman
6000-strong Polish army under Field Crown Hetman Feliks Kazimierz Potocki repelled a 14,000 man Tatar expedition under Qaplan I Giray.

Tatars

TatarTartarTatarian
6000-strong Polish army under Field Crown Hetman Feliks Kazimierz Potocki repelled a 14,000 man Tatar expedition under Qaplan I Giray.

Treaty of Karlowitz

Treaty of CarlowitzPeace of KarlowitzTreaty of Karlovitz
It was the last Polish-Tatar battle ever and the last Polish battle of the Great Turkish War: only months later the Treaty of Karlowitz was signed.

Ukraine

Augustus II the Strong

Augustus IIAugustus the StrongAugust the Strong
Although he had led the imperial troops against Turkey in 1695 and 1696 without very much success, Augustus continued the war of the Holy League against Turkey, and after a campaign in Moldavia, his Polish army eventually defeated the Tatar expedition in the Battle of Podhajce in 1698.

History of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (1648–1764)

History of Poland (1648-1764)Polish
After Sobieski's death, King Augustus II the Strong attempted another anti-Ottoman Commonwealth campaign, during which only the Battle of Podhajce (1698) was fought.