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  1. The Salian Dynasty, 1024-1125 – Medieval Germany – German Culture

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    The four Salian kings–Conrad II, Henry III, Henry IV, and Henry V–who ruled Germany as kings from 1024 to 1125, established their monarchy as a major European power. Their main accomplishment was the development of a permanent administrative system based on a class of public officials answerable to the crown.

  2. Electorate of Brandenburg 1356-1701 (Germany)

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    Jul 30, 2019 · A white flag with a red eagle crowned (red and gold) and with a gold sword and sceptre. Basically, this is the banner of arms of Brandenburg. The crown raises doubt as to whether this flag is as early as 1695. Norman Martin, 20 January 1998

  3. Germany - Conservapedia

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    Feb 11, 2020 · For the impact on left-wing policies on Germany and the rest of Europe, see European migrant crisis. Germany (official name: Federal Republic of Germany) is a federally organized Representative Democracy in Central Europe with a population of about 82.2 million.

  4. Flags of the Holy Roman Empire

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    The War Flag of the Holy Roman Empire. The Reichsfahne (Imperial flag) was a field ensign of the Holy Roman Empire, originally an equestrian flag or gonfalon. An early bearer was Werner I, count of Winterthur, who carried the flag for Conrad II and Henry III and who died in the battle at Br?dek in 1040.

  5. Who is the present king of Germany - Answers

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    King Conrad IV of Germany died on May 21, 1254 at the age of 26. ... What does a red flag mean on the beach? ... Who is the present king of Germany? Unanswered Questions.

  6. Heritage History | History of Germany by H. E. Marshall

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    If he accepted it would mean a united Germany at last, but it might also mean war with Austria. King Frederick William refused the title. He must have, he said, the free consent of all the German Princes before he accepted the honour. Frederick William IV was a dreamer, his head was full of vague fancies and dreams of splendour.

  7. In 1247, the Margrave of Meißen, Henry the Illustrious of Wettin, acquired the Landgravate of Thuringia, which then lost its separate and original identity. The Landgrave Henry Raspe had forfeited his domain with rebellion against the Emperor Frederick II (away in Sicily) and his son King Conrad IV (in Germany). Meißen had been going since 928.

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    Sep 12, 2020 · flag of the war minister and commander-in-chief of the armed forces 1935-1938 (germany) | eagles: 2 beja municipality (portugal) | eagles: 37 empress' standard 1871-1918 (germany) | eagles: 4 (black) flag of the war minister 23rd june-5th october 1935 (germany) | trégor (traditional province, brittany, france) | eagles: 4 (gold)

  9. Prussia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    The states of south Germany (especially Austria and Bavaria) were Catholic, so they did not want Prussians to rule them. Prussia was mostly German, but in the late 18th century, the new Polish areas had a lot of Polish people too. In 1918, these Polish areas were given to Poland, and in 1945, Pomerania and East Prussia were given to Poland.

  10. Medieval Queens | 500+ articles and images curated on ...

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    Apr 8, 2017 - This board is a collection of Medieval queen consorts and regnant, that lived between the 11th and 15th centuries. For some kingdoms, I started around the beginning 12th century, because information on earlier queens was hard to find.