Princess Wanda

Princess Wanda (reputedly lived in 8th century Poland) was the daughter of Krakus, legendary founder of Kraków. Upon her father's death, she became queen of the Poles, but committed suicide to avoid an unwanted marriage.

Read more about Princess Wanda:  Wanda Legend First Told By Kadłubek, Later Versions of The Legend, Historiography, Cultural Influences

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Princess Wanda - Cultural Influences
... Tradition has it that she is buried in the large Wanda Mound (Polish Kopiec Wandy) ... Nowa Huta construction begun on the nameday of Wanda (23 June), and she is a semi-official patron of that district, which has a trade center, street, bridge and stadium ... The German poet Zacharias Werner wrote a drama named Wanda, which under Werner's friend Goethe was performed on stage in 1809 ...
Newbery Medal - Newbery Recipients
... The Pigtail of Ah Lee Ben Loo Honor 1929 Gag,Wanda !Wanda Gág Millions of Cats Honor 1929 Hallock,Grace !Grace Hallock Boy Who Was,The !The Boy Who Was Honor 1929 Meigs,Cornel ... Forgotten Daughter Honor 1934 Singmaster,Eli !Elsie Singmaster Swords of Steel Honor 1934 Gag,Wanda !Wanda Gág ABC Bunny Honor 1934 Berry,Erik !Erik Berry Winged Girl of Knossos ... Youth Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow Honor 2006 Hale,Shannon !Shannon Hale Princess Academy Honor 2006 Woodson,Jacqueline !Jacqueline Woodson Show Way Honor 2007 Patron,Susan ...

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