Retrieved "32U - Google Search". For other uses, see, brest (disambiguation). 21 Culture edit Sailing boats during "Brest 2004". Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-century Europe. In 1409 it was a meeting place of King Władysław II Jagieło, duke Vytautas and Tatar khan under the archbishop Mikołaj Trąba initiative, to prepare for war with the Teutonic Knights.
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During the Invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939 the city was first captured by the Wehrmacht and soon passed on to the ussr in accordance with GermanSoviet Frontier Treaty. "British towns twinned with French towns". In 1410 the town mustered a cavalry company (banner) that participated in the Polish-Lithuanian victory at the battle of Grunwald. icon File:Blue g text u003Cbu003Eu003Cdiv /u003Eu003Cdiv title"Catu00e9gorie:Le Relecq-Kerhuon"u003EArticles de Wiki-Brest sur Le lon -4. A wartime German navy memorandum suggested that the town should perhaps serve as a German enclave after the war. Citation needed In the 2000s, two new residential areas were developed in the southwest of Brest. To the east of Brest the Dnieper-Bug Canal was built in the mid-nineteenth century to join the river to the Pina, a tributary of the Pripyat River which in turn drains into the Dnieper River. Stage 6 of the 2018 Tour de France will depart in Brest.