Voivode Dmytro

Voivode Dmytro

During the sack of Kyiv in 1240 by the Mongols, only two thousand of the city's fifty thousand residents survived, and only six of an original forty buildings were left standing, however, Voivode Dmytro, the commander in charge of the city's defenses was shown mercy because of his bravery.

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