“Medieval: Jan Žižka, Bohemia’s One-Eyed Warrior and the Eternal Flame of Resistance”

Part 1: Medieval: A Kingdom Unraveling

In the 14th century, amidst the opulent tapestry of medieval Europe, Wenceslas IV, a monarch whose reign teetered on the edge of chaos, held the scepter over Bohemia, Germany, and the Holy Roman Empire. Yet, the weight of the crown seemed too much for his feeble shoulders, and his kingdom crumbled in the shadows of his weak rule.