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According the German chronicler Bishop Thietmar of Merseburg, the decades long forced Germanization and Christianization of the Slavs associated with these two churches was the reason for their destruction.
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According to some researchers, despite the significant differences between the writing systems, Italian, German and English populations suffer similarly from dyslexia.
According to old German literature, dragoons were invented by Count Ernst von Mansfeld, one of the greatest German military commanders, in the early 1620s.
According to German and Danish folklore, the Erlkönig appears as an omen of death, much like the banshee in Irish mythology.
According to Plenge, the " ideas of 1789 " that included rights of man, democracy, individualism and liberalism were being rejected in favour of " the ideas of 1914 " that included " German values " of duty, discipline, law, and order.
According to Lang, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels called Lang to his offices to inform him that The Testament of Dr Mabuse was being banned but that he was nevertheless so impressed by Lang's abilities as a filmmaker ( especially Metropolis ), he was offering Lang a position as the head of German film studio UFA.
According to Eutropius and Aurelius Victor, he was particularly energetic and successful in keeping off the Germanic invaders from the German provinces and Gaul, after the weakness caused by Valerian's march on Italy against Aemilianus in 253.
According to Lee ( 1985 ), most historians have judged the Confederation to be weak and ineffective, as well as an obstacle to German nationalist aspirations.
According to German government estimates, " 65, 000 people died in those Soviet-run camps or in transportation to them.
According to files declassified by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Mrs. Simpson was believed to be a regular guest at Ribbentrop's social gatherings at the German Embassy in London where it was thought the two struck up a romantic relationship.
According to his classmate Klepetař, like most residents of the predominantly German Sudetenlaender, " Gödel considered himself always Austrian and an exile in Czechoslovakia " (" ein Österreicher im Exil in der Tschechoslowakei ").
According to her memoir, Riefenstahl tried to intervene but a furious German soldier held her at gunpoint and threatened to shoot her on the spot.
After 1871 Masurians who expressed sympathy for Poland were deemed " national traitors " by German nationalists ( this increased especially after 1918 ) According to Stefan Berger after 1871 the Masurians in the German Empire were seen in a view that while acknowledging their " objective " Polishness ( in terms of culture and language ) they felt " subjectively " German and thus should be tightly integrated into German nation-state ; to Berger this argument went directly against the German nationalist demands in Alsace where Alsatians were declared German despite their " subjective " choice.
According to the Rybno administration most active Poles during that region included Jóżwiakowscy, Wojnowscy, Grzeszczowscy families working under the guidance of politician Leon Wojnowski who protested German attempts to remain Działdowo a part of Germany after the war ; other local pro-Polish activists were Alfred Wellenger, Paczyński, Tadeusz Bogdański, Jóźwiakowski.
The historian Andreas Kossert describes that the incorporation happened despite protests of the local populace, the municipal authorities and the German Government, According to Kossert 6, 000 inhabitants of the region soon left the area.
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According to the medieval chronicler John of Worcester, Ealdred was given the see of Ramsbury to administer while Herman remained outside England.
According to the medieval chronicler Geoffrey Gaimar, after the Battle of Stamford Bridge Harold entrusted the loot gained from Harold Hardrada to Ealdred.
According to Matthew Paris, the 13th century chronicler of St Albans Abbey, Abbot Ulsinus ( Wulsin ) founded three churches in 948, reputedly to tend to the physical and spiritual needs of the growing number of pilgrims to Alban's shrine: St Peter's, St Stephen's and St Michael's.
According to the contemporary chronicler John Strecche, who lived at the neighbouring Kenilworth Priory, the French openly mocked Henry in 1414 by sending him a gift of tennis balls at Kenilworth.
According to the late 13th century chronicler Martin of Opava, Stephen VIII was described as being a German, who was elected pope due to the power and influence of his royal relative, the German king Otto I. Martin states that Otto ignored the will of the cardinals in imposing Stephen upon them, and because Stephen was hated for being a German, he was taken by supporters of Alberic II, who proceeded to maim and disfigure him to such an extent that Stephen was unable to appear in public again.
According to one chronicler, Richard's last act of chivalry proved fruitless ; in an orgy of medieval brutality, the infamous mercenary captain Mercadier had the crossbowman flayed alive and hanged as soon as Richard died.
According to the Primary Chronicle Rurik was one of the Rus, a Varangian tribe likened by the chronicler to Danes, Swedes, English and Gotlanders.
According to a 17th century chronicler, Ibrahim had asked Suleiman not to promote him to such high positions, fearing for his safety ; to which Suleiman replied that under his reign no matter what the circumstance, Ibrahim would never be put to death.
According to the official court chronicler Qazwini, the relationship with his other wives " had nothing more than the status of marriage.
According to the mediæval chronicler Berthold of Reichenau, the nobleman Burkhard I, Count of Zollern ( de Zolorin ) was born before 1025 and died in 1061.
According to the chronicler Widukind of Corvey, Otto " pitched his camp in the territory of the city of Augsburg and joined there the forces of Henry I, Duke of Bavaria, who was himself lying mortally ill nearby, and by Duke Conrad with a large following of Franconian knights.
According to chronicler Leo of Ostia the Greek artists decorated the apse, the arch and the vestibule of the basilica.
According to the 1463 Chronica Austriae by chronicler Thomas Ebendorfer the duke on 23 May 1420, at the behest of the Church, ordered the imprisonment and forcible conversion of the Jews.
According to the Norman chronicler, William of Jumièges, Robert I, Duke of Normandy attempted an invasion of England to place Edward on the throne in about 1034, but it was blown off course to Jersey.
According to a contemporary chronicler, when Catherine de ' Medici was born, her parents, were " as pleased as if it had been a boy ".
According to the court chronicler Brantôme, " many people advised the king and the Dauphin to repudiate her, since it was necessary to continue the line of France ".
According to the bland description of a southern chronicler, he " succeeded to the kingdom of the Northumbrians ".
According to the chronicler John the Deacon, author of the Chronicon Venetum (" Chronicle of Venice "), written about AD 1000, the office of the Doge was first instituted in Venice about 700, replacing tribunes that had led the cluster of early settlements in the lagoon.
According to the twelfth century chronicler William of Malmesbury, the abbey was built on a gravel spur " between the rivers Kennet and Thames, on a spot calculated for the reception of almost all who might have occasion to travel to the more populous cities of England ".
According to the earlier chronicler, Geoffrey of Monmouth ( c. 1100 – c. 1155 ), Ebraucus had fifty children by his twenty wives, and was the founder of " Kaerebrauc " ( York ), " Alclud " ( Dumbarton ), and the " Maidens ' Castle ".
According to contemporaneous chronicler Richer, the castle built by Foulques Nerra in the 990s consisted of a tower and a surrounding enclosure.
According to chronicler Orderic Vitalis, the crew asked William Adelin for drink and he supplied it to them in great abundance.
According to chancellor and chronicler Pero López de Ayala, he had a pale complexion, with blue eyes and very light blond hair ; he was tall ( 1 ' 83 m .) and muscular.