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Pommern, the historic Neumark (also Neumark) and Schlesien were areas where intensive warfare was taking place during the Thirty Years' War. This armed conflict not only permanently shaped the political geography of this part of Central Europe, but also propelled the development of siege art and contributed to the spread of the bastion fortification in this area. The bastion, as a new solution in the fortification, was born at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Italy, but verydoi:10.18276/pz.2019.4-09 fatcat:amndd3zmafhoteduxsbodiyzhi