Dmitry Zhylka( Share Prince Uglich)
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Biography Dmitry Zhylka
Dmitry Gilca (1481-1521) - destiny. Prince of Uglich, son of Ivan III. Sent by his father on the Poles with numerous. host, took (1502) Orsha, burned the suburbs of Vitebsk, ashes all the parish to Polotsk and Mstislavl, but due to lack of food had to leave Smolensk. After his father (1505) received his inheritance, Uglich with a municipality. In 1506 itself profaned among treachery and the carelessness of the Kazan, which is why they killed almost all Russian. army. In 1518 he went to Smolensk, along with his brother, Basil III Ivanovich. In 1513 went to 'on the Crimean lead' from Borovsk under Kashira. When Russian. troops finally took Smolensk (1514, Dmitri Ivanovich Zhylka at this time in Serpukhov protected Moscow from the Tatars.
To use material from the book.: Boguslavsky, VV Burmina VV. Russia Rurik. Illustrated historical dictionary.
Dmitry Gilca (knee 19)
From the kind of Moscow led. kn. The son of Ivan III and the Byzantine princess Sophia Fominishny Palaeologus. Genus. October 6. 1481 g. Kn. Uglich.
+ 14 Feb.. 1521 g.
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In 1500 Dmitry sent from Moscow to Smolensk the troops, was unable to take this city and confine the taking of Orsha, as well as the devastation of the Lithuanian regions.
In April 1506 Vasily III sent along with Dmitry voivod Prince Fyodor Ivanovich Volsky on Kazan against Mahomet-Amin. 22 May ship's men came under Kazan, and Dmitri immediately ordered heroic people to disembark from ships and walk to the city in a sultry day. The Tatars were made to meet them and engaged the enemy, while the other part of the Kazan troops on horseback secretly went to see him in the rear and cut off from the courts. Russian suffered a severe defeat: a lot of them were beaten, many were captured, many were drowned in the lake Infernal. Hearing of this misery, the Grand Duke on the same day ordered to speak to Kazan Prince Vasily Danilovich Kholmsk with other commanders, and sent his brother to say that before the arrival of Kholmsk not started again to the city. But when June 22 came from the horse's Men Prince of Rostov, Dmitri did not consider it necessary to linger over and led the army back to the city. First, he acted well, but then suffered a new defeat and was forced to flee, abandoning guns and siege machines. Dmitry went to the Lower, and the campaign thus ended in failure. The death of Dmitry his destiny was linked to Moscow.