On July 4, 1610, the Polish army commanded by Hetman Stanisław Żółkiewski crashed near Kłuszyn the army of Dmitri Dmitri Iwanowicz Szujski, who was trying to save Smoleńsk. Victory in the battle opened the way for Poles to Moscow.
On October 9, 1610, at the request of the boyars, the Polish army entered Moscow, remaining in the Kremlin until 1612. Smolensk was also captured, which fell in June 1611, and a year after entering Moscow - on October 29, 1611 in Warsaw, a tribute to King Sigmund Tsar Wasyl Szujski, captured by his wife and brother Dymitr and heir to the throne, Prince Ivan, gave away to
Sigmund III Vasa