Polish Prince Wladyslaw I was Rule of The Dutch of Krakow from 1320 to 1333. Poland was fractured into two warring sections, and it was he that reunited the two. His personal Banner was reflective of The Polish Monarchy's use of The White Eagle symbolism. His Banner was a Red Field, with a White Eagle placed in the Center. Featuring both religious and Royal symbolism (Crown and Crosses), Wladyslaw I also bordered his Banner in Gold.