Map of Europe 900 A.D. http://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/900/index.html#
Niemcy? Jacy Niemcy? – Historia Europy 600 – 1000 A. D.
Czyli o przedniemieckiej historii Niemiec (Deutschland, Duitsland, Germany, Allemagne, Alemania, Německo, Almanya, Германия, Saksamaa, Немачка, Tyskland, Németország) i reszty Europy. Uwaga! Istnie…
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Huns were the predecessors of the Hungarian nation (Magyarok). The Hungarian nation, which had existed as the Hungarian Kingdom, with a constitution written in 1222, and which served as an example to Europe in its role as a constitutional state. She defended the European civilization, sword in hand, for close to a thousand years. The fate of this nation in the past was to defend against every uncivilized attack from the East, not only herself but also the West.
This is a Periodis,a historical atlas of a new kind, by Euratias. The sovereign states of Europe are shown here at 1000 A.D., and you can click forward or backward every 100 years from 1 A.D. to 2000 A.D.
25 marca 1420 roku, miała miejsce bitwa pod Sudomierzem. Rozegrała się w ramach wojen husyckich, pomiędzy husytami dowodzonymi przez Jana Žižkę a wojskami czeskimi króla Zygmunta Luksemburczyka. Mimo liczebnej i jakościowej przewagi, Husyci dzięki zastosowaniu taboru pokonali kawaleryjską armię Zygmunta Luksemburczyka.
Year 1402. The Medininkai Castle was attacked by the forces of the Teutonic Order together with those of the Lithuanian Švitrigaila who aspired to displace Vytautas and become the Grand Duke of Lithuania.
In the 9th century Feudalism became the foundation whereupon society was build in Europe. The country was divided in feudal estates or fiefs and at the head of a fief was a lord who swore loyalty to the king, his liege, and thus became his vassal. In return the king granted him the government of that fief, that was called Investiture. It was ceremonially symbolized by a clod of soil on top of forest branches.
The Battle of Lechfeld (10 August 955) was a decisive victory for Otto I the Great, King of East Francia, over the Hungarian harka Bulcsú and the chieftains Lél and Súr. It is often seen as the defining event in the repulsion of the Hungarians' incursions into Western Europe.