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  1. Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Conrad II (c. 990 – 4 June 1039), also known as Conrad the Elder and Conrad the Salic, was Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 1027 until his death in 1039. The first of a succession of four Salian emperors, who reigned for one century until 1125, Conrad also served as King of Germany from 1024, King of Italy from 1026, and King of Burgundy (Arelat) from 1033.

  2. Talk:Conrad I of Germany - Wikipedia

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    The article needs to be moved back to its original title ('Conrad of Franconia'). Clivemacd 12:03, 26 November 2017 (UTC) Britannica uses "King of Germany". For the most part, both "Germany" and "East Francia" are rare in 10th century sources. Srnec 00:24, 27 November 2017 (UTC)

  3. File:Conrad IV of Germany, charter.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: Charter of king Conrad IV of Germany, announcing the settlement between Volkmar II of Kemnat and the city of Kaufbeuren. This ist the earliest royal charter in German language. Issued on July 25th, 1240.

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  4. Category:Conrad IV of Germany in miniature - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Conrad IV of Germany in miniature" ... out of 2 total. Couronnement de Conrad IV.jpg 561 × 395; ... This page was last edited on 24 November 2017 ...

  5. Conrad III o Germany - Wikipedia

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    Conrad III (1093 – 15 Februar 1152) wis the first Keeng o Germany o the Hohenstaufen dynasty. He wis the son o Frederick I , Duke o Swabia , an Agnes , a dauchter o the Salian Emperor Henry IV .

  6. The Germany Shock: The Largest Economy ... - Conrad Bastable

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    Jan 16, 2020 · How Germany Is Able To Run The World’s Second Largest Export Economy In The Post-Industrial Era “ The Germany Shock ” describes European growth & the efficiency-maximizing centralization of European manufacturing activity after the launch of the Single Market and the Euro .

  7. Amazon.com: Henry IV of Germany 1056-1106 (9780521545907 ...

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    Henry IV was the grandson of Conrad II, the first Emperor (1024-1039) from the House of Franconia. Henry was banned and deposed by Pope Gregory VII (Saint Gregory). Threatened by his own nobles with election of another King of Germany, Henry IV was forced to do penance at Canossa, in Lombardy, Italy in 1077. Henry IV was a victim of his times.

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  8. Kingdom of Germany - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of Germany or German Kingdom (Latin: regnum Teutonicorum "Kingdom of the Teutons", regnum Teutonicum "Teutonic Kingdom", regnum Alamanie) is a historical name sometimes used to denote the mostly Germanic-speaking East Francia, which was formed by the Treaty of Verdun in 843, and was ruled by the Frankish Carolingian dynasty until 911, after which the kingship was elective.

  9. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Conrad IV. - Wikisource, the ...

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    Mar 07, 2017 · conrad iv. (1228–1254), German king, son of the emperor Frederick II. and Isabella of Brienne, was born at Andria in Apulia on the 26th of April 1228. In 1235 he was made duke of Swabia and in 1237 was chosen king of the Romans, or German king, at Vienna, in place of his half-brother Henry, an election which was subsequently confirmed by the ...

  10. Family tree of the German monarchs - Wikipedia

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    The following image is a family tree of every prince king and queen, monarch, confederation president and emperor of Germany, from Charlemagne in 800 over Louis the German in 843 through to Wilhelm II in 1918. It shows how every single ruler of Germany was related to every other by marriages, and hence they can all be put into a single tree.