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Teutonic and Order's
The Teutonic Order's strategy was to move down the Vistula and secure the delta, establishing a barrier between the Prussians and Danzig ( Present day Gdańsk ).
Moreover, he entered into correspondence with Luther, discussing with him the most important problems of faith, and in 1524 he met him personally during the negotiations concerning his brother Albert's secularization of the Teutonic Order's state of Prussia into the secular Duchy of Prussia.
They continued, however, to function in all respects ( rule, clothing and policy ) as an autonomous branch of the Teutonic Order, headed by their own Master ( himself de jure subject to the Teutonic Order's Grand Master ).
In February 1454, the Prussian Confederation rose against the Teutonic Order's rule.
The Teutonic Order's castle at Marienburg
The Teutonic Order's army numbered about 18, 000 cavalry, mostly Germans and 5, 000 infantry.
On 15 July, at the Battle of Grunwald ( also known as Battle of Tannenberg ) after one of the largest and most ferocious battles of the Middle Ages, the allies won a victory so overwhelming that the Teutonic Order's army was virtually annihilated, with most of its key commanders killed in combat, including Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen and Grand Marshal Friedrich von Wallenrode.
Most of the Teutonic Order's territory, however, including towns which had surrendered, remained intact.
In 1422, Władysław fought another war, known as the Gollub War, against the Teutonic Order, defeating them in under two months before the Order's imperial reinforcements had time to arrive.
The fortress Malbork Castle | Ordensburg Marienburg, founded in 1274, the world ’ s largest brick castle and the Teutonic Knights | Teutonic Order's headquarters on the River Nogat.
From the 14th century, in old texts ( until the 16th / 17th c .) and in Latin, the terms Prut ( h ) enia and Prut ( h ) enic refer not only to the original settlement area of the extinct Old Prussians ( Prusowie, see: Prussia ) along the Baltic Coast east of the Vistula River, but also to the adjacent lands of the former Samboride dukes of Pomerelia, which the Teutonic Knights had acquired from Poland in the 1343 Treaty of Kalisz and added to their Order's State.
During the Thirteen Years ' War (" War of the Cities "), in February 1454, the Confederation, led by the citizens of Gdańsk, Elbląg, and Toruń, as well as gentry from Chełmno Land sent a delegation with Johannes von Baysen to ask the Polish king for support against the Teutonic Order's rule and for incorporation of Prussia into the Polish kingdom.
The eastern part of Prussia remained under the rule of the Teutonic Knights and its successors as a fief of Poland, becoming the Ducal Prussia in 1525 when the Order's last Grand Master Albert von Hohenzollern adopted Lutheranism and secularized the land as its hereditary ruler.
The combination of taxation by the nobility, the furor of the Protestant Reformation, and the abrupt secularization of the Teutonic Order's remaining Prussian lands exacerbated peasant unrest.
They continued, however, to function in all respects ( rule, clothing and policy ) as an autonomous branch of the Teutonic Order, headed by their own Master ( himself de jure subject to the Teutonic Order's Grand Master ).
In 1336, the defenders of Pilėnai in Lithuania set their castle on fire and committed mass suicide in order to make the attacking Teutonic Order's victory a costly one.
With the secularization of the Teutonic Order's Prussian territories in 1525, Bartenstein became part of the Duchy of Prussia.
Ulrich and his elder brother Konrad von Jungingen, as younger sons excluded from succession, took the vow of the Teutonic Knights and moved to the Order's State in Prussia.
The settlement was founded by Teutonic Order's Otto von Luttenberg and was known under following names Nuwenmarkt, Novum Forum, Nowy Targ.
The Diocese of Warmia lost the two thirds of its diocese within Teutonic Prussia after 1525 when the Order's Grand Master Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach converted the monastic state into Ducal Prussia, himself ruling as duke.
Kneiphof became part of the Duchy of Prussia after the Teutonic Order's Prussian branch was secularized in 1525.

Teutonic and attempts
There the disillusioned Rasch attempts to capture vital files from Schloss Wewelsburg, the Black Camelot that Himmler assembled as a Teutonic perversion of King Arthur's court.
Several other mediation attempts failed and yet another war with the Teutonic Order started in 1422.
The Old Prussians withstood many attempts at conquest preceding the Teutonic Knights '.
The same imagery would be used in Nazi Germany in the mid-20th century to promote German national identity with plans for extensive building in the medieval style and attempts to revive the virtues of the Teutonic knights, Charlamagne and the Round Table.

Teutonic and conquer
In 1226 Duke Konrad I of Masovia summoned the Teutonic Knights for assistance ; by 1230 they had secured Chełmno ( Culm ) and begun claiming conquered territories for themselves under the authority of the Holy Roman Empire, although these claims were rejected by the Poles, whose ambition had been to conquer Prussia all along.
In 1274, the Great Prussian Rebellion ended, and the Teutonic Knights proceeded to conquer other Baltic tribes, including the Yotvingians in 1283 ; the Livonian Order completed its conquest of Semigalia, the last Baltic ally of Lithuania, in 1291.
* The Teutonic Knights conquer the island of Gotland, near Sweden, which had previously been run by a group of pirates.
In 1337 he allegedly bestowed upon the Teutonic Order a privilege to conquer Lithuania and Russia, although the Order had only petitioned for three small territories.
In northern Europe, the Teutonic Knights, after their successes in the northern crusades, attempted to conquer also the Orthodox Russian Republics of Pskov and Novgorod, an enterprise endorsed by Pope Gregory IX.
He targeted Samogitia, planning to conquer the coast of the Baltic Sea and connect with the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.
In the Crusades to conquer and Christianize Prussia at swordpoint, William of Modena found himself required to mediate between the rival claims and conflicting programs of Christian, the evangelizing first Bishop of Prussia, who, if he had been more successful, would have been sainted, as an " Apostle to the Prussians ," and the Knights of the Teutonic Order, to whom Christian and Duke Conrad of Masovia had pledged territorial properties.
While the Prussians were under pressure from the Teutonic Order, Daniel attempted to conquer the related Yatvingians.
After arriving to Kulmerland in 1230, the Teutonic Knights proceeded to conquer the pagan Prussians and convert them to Christianity.
During the Livonian crusade in 1218 Pope Honorius III gave Valdemar II free hands to annex as much land as he could conquer in Estonia, additionally Albert of Riga, the leader of the Teutonic crusaders fighting the Estonians from the south visited the king and asked him to attack the Estonians from the North.

Teutonic and Orthodox
That option, however, was unlikely to halt the crusades against Lithuania by the Teutonic Knights, who regarded Orthodox Christians as schismatics and little better than heathens.

Teutonic and Russia
Due to Latvia's strategic location and prosperous city, its territories were a frequent focal point for conflict and conquest between at least four major powers, the State of the Teutonic Order ( later Germany ), the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth, Sweden and Russia.
As an important port for trade between Russia and Scandinavia, it became a target for the expansion of the Teutonic Knights and the Kingdom of Denmark during the period of Northern Crusades in the beginning of the 13th century when Christianity was forcibly imposed on the local population.
Russia and Sweden eventually conquered the lands taken by the Teutonic Knights in Estonia and Livonia.
In early 1480 the Teutonic Order of Livonia subjected the western borders of Russia to multiple attacks.
The invasions of the Teutonic Order from Livonia to Pleskau in 1367 had caused the Russians to recoup themselves on Hanse merchants in Novgorod, which again made the Order block exports of salt and herring into Russia .< ref name =" Dollinger 1998 109seq "> Philippe Dollinger, Die Hanse Hanse ( XII < sup > e </ sup >- XVII < sup > e </ sup > siècles ); German, see references for bibliographical details, pp. 109seq.
The subraces of the Aryan Fifth Root Race include the first subrace, the Hindu, which migrated from the " City of the Bridge " on the white island in the middle of the Gobi inland sea to India in 60, 000 BC ; the second subrace, the Arabian, which migrated from the " City of the Bridge " to Arabia in 40, 000 BC ; the third subrace, the Persian, which migrated from the " City of the Bridge " to Persia in 30, 000 BC ; the fourth subrace, the Celts, which migrated from the " City of the Bridge " to Western Europe beginning in 20, 000 BC ( the Mycenaean Greeks are regarded as an offshoot of the Celtic subrace that colonized Southeast Europe ); and the fifth subrace, the Teutonic, which also migrated from the " City of the Bridge " to what is now Germany beginning in 20, 000 BC ( the Slavs are regarded as an offshoot of the Teutonic subrace that colonized Russia and surrounding areas ).

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