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Inquisition in Europe: what they hide.

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At the end of the existence of the state of the Franks. There was a period of the great conquests of the Hungarians in Europe. Of course they established authority. And that was the Hungarian Empire.

It is believed that the Franks founded the Holy Roman Empire after defeating the Hungarians at the Lech River. But they could not do this, because the Hungarians had huge cavalry and excellent warriors, and the Germans always had only peasant rabble in their troops. They had no cavalry and had nowhere to feed their horses, because they did not have rich pastures. Battle of Leh fiction

This means that the Holy Roman Empire was formed later. Most likely this was at the time of the ferocity of the Inquisition, and it is with this that the change in church policy is connected. This was at the end of the 12-13th century. Obviously, this was somehow connected with the Timurid invasion of the Golden Horde.
 
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The best in terms of soil fertility - chernozems are located on the territory of Ukraine, Hungary and southern Russia. Most of Central Europe is covered with brown forest soils. Brown soils are formed on the Mediterranean coast. In the north of the region, there are sod-podzolic soils that require intensive reclamation.
 
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All chivalry in Europe came from the east, from the Avars, Khazars, Bulgars and Hungarians. The Avars were the first to bring the stirrup and spear to Europe, the model of the heavy horseman. During the battle of the peoples, Attila was opposed by foot Roman troops, and Germany was part of Rome
 
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Attila looked at the Roman troops as a bunch of shit
 
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Before the Huns, there was no cavalry in Western Europe
 
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All chivalry in Europe came from the east, from the Avars, Khazars, Bulgars and Hungarians. The Avars were the first to bring the stirrup and spear to Europe, the model of the heavy horseman. During the battle of the peoples, Attila was opposed by foot Roman troops, and Germany was part of Rome
Plenty of German soldiers fought with Rome against the Huns, but Germany was never incorporated into the Empire.
 
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Plenty of German soldiers fought with Rome against the Huns, but Germany was never incorporated into the Empire.
It was almost always there, and was called the Roman Magna-Germania. Nobody knew any other Germany then. Modern pseudo-historians attribute the Sarmatian past to the Germans. Rome was adjacent to the European Sarmatia and not the Germans
 
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Shortly before the Battle of Lech, there was another battle of Lech (Battle of Lechfeld (910), Louis the Child). This in itself already hints at a forgery.
The Franks recruited a huge army by violent methods, but still lost.
 
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The Franks and their followers have always recruited huge armies of rabble, they never had real warriors. Napoleon did it as well. His victories were not the result of his talent, he simply gathered a huge army from the rabble, and it was outnumbered by the enemy. But he was still smashed.
 
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The clergy used exactly the same principle in the crusades.
 

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At the end of the existence of the state of the Franks. There was a period of the great conquests of the Hungarians in Europe. Of course they established authority. And that was the Hungarian Empire.

It is believed that the Franks founded the Holy Roman Empire after defeating the Hungarians at the Lech River. But they could not do this, because the Hungarians had huge cavalry and excellent warriors, and the Germans always had only peasant rabble in their troops. They had no cavalry and had nowhere to feed their horses, because they did not have rich pastures. Battle of Leh fiction

This means that the Holy Roman Empire was formed later. Most likely this was at the time of the ferocity of the Inquisition, and it is with this that the change in church policy is connected. This was at the end of the 12-13th century. Obviously, this was somehow connected with the Timurid invasion of the Golden Horde.

The Holy Empire was founded in the year 800 A.D. from Charlesmagne the king of the Frankonians (a Germanic tribe)

The attacks of the Magyars started in 881 A.D. against Wenia (Vienna). After the death of emperor Arnulf Bavarian fighters under bishop Richard and margrave Luitpold were able to eliminate an army of 1200 Magyars in 900 A.D. - but most Magyars were able to flee with their take. In 901 had happened nearly the same. In 906 or 908 Bavarians gave a banquet for the Magyars and murdered the "kende" (=king and religious leader) of the Magyars. But this did not stop the Magyars. 905/6 the Magyars attacked Moravia and the Saxons so in 907 the Bavarians tried to stop the Magyars in their own country. They lost in Pressburg against grand prince Arpad and Luitpold and the high officals of the Bavarians died in this battle. Arpad died in the same year - but no one knows whether this had something to do with this battle or not.

The duke of Bavaria, Arnulf the evil, started immediatelly to build an horsemen-army. He introduced a new duty so every of his vassals had to send 1 horsemen per 10 farmers - but the clerical princes did not do so. In 908 the Magyars attacked Saxonians again - and in 909 they had attacked again Bavaria and also the Swabians. On their way back with their take Arnulf attacked them and wan. But in 910 the Magyars attacked again and destroyed an army of the Swabians (count palatine Gozbert died in this battle) and an Frankonian army under Ludwig the child lost in a battle at the Lechfeld. Arnulf had been only able to destroy one unit of the army of the Magyars.

After plunderings in Frankonia and Swabia in 912 the Magyars started one year later again to attack Bavaria and Swabia. Again blocked duke Arnulf the Magyars - this time together with the Swabian palatine counter Erchanger. It's said only 30 of them survived - nevertheless Arnulf had been able to make a diplomatique agreement with the Magyars to let it be to attack Bavaria. Arnulf tried in the next year an rebellion against king Konrad - but failed. Now Arnulf himselve had to flee to the Magyars. Nevertheless the Magyars did not break their agreement - what was a stronger problem now for other Germanic tribes. Duke Heinrich from Saxonia had stopped an army of the Magyars in 1913 - but in 1915 the Magyars wasted Swabia, Thuringia and Saxonia as well as Bremen. 917 they destroyed Basel and attacked also the Alsace and Lorraine. When Heinrich was crowned in 919 AD the Magyars again attacked the Holy Empire.

In 926 Heinrich caught an important noble of the Magyars and was able to get a 10 years truce with Saxonia. Now the Magyars attacked again the South of Germany. In 926 they attacked Augsburg which was defended from bishop Ulrich. And they attacked and plundered the monastery St. Gallen. Duke Arnulf - who had been back in Bavaria meanwhile - was forced to pay for the peace in the South with tributes to the Magyars.

In 927 duke Arnulf and king Heinrich agreed to go a common way against the Magyars. So Heinrich did not pay tribute to the Magyars - the Magyars attacked and Heinrich wan this battle at Riade. Although he had won he decided to pay tribute to the Magyars on his own free will. The risks seemed to be too high for him. In Germany everywhere new castles were made while the situation had been relativelly relaxed. In 934 the Magyars together with the Pechenegs attacked Byzantium, 937 they attacked France, and in 938 they used a rebellion against king Otto (crowned in 936) to attack Saxonia again. But the new castles everywhere made it much more easy for the defenders to strike back and to throw out the Magyars. In 943 the Bavarians wan in an offensive battle under duke Berthold (son from Luitpold and brother of Arnulf). In 947 the leader of the Magyars Szabolcs died and Fajsz overtook. After a new victory of the Bavarians under duke Heinrich (who had been installed from king Otto) the Bavarians came even up to Sopron.

When in the Liudofinic rebellion against Otto nearly the whole South rebelled against king Otto the Magyars used in 954 this chance and moved over Bavaria and Belgium to North-France and back over the North of Italy and Croatia. And when in the year 955 the Magyars offered Otto a new contract he nevertheless rejected this offer. Because of the attacks of the Magyars his contrahents within the Holy Empire had now the duty to support him. This time in the battle of the Lechfeld Otto not made the same as his father had done in the battle of Riade. He did not only strike back the Magyars - he followed them and killed them - until their army did not exist any longer. As a result the Magyars developed a more resident lifestyle.
 
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The Holy Empire was founded in the year 800 A.D. from Charlesmagne the king of the Frankonians (=Germans).
It's a bullshit. It was not yet the Roman Empire, but the state of the Franks, it was not just the foundation, but the ousting of the Huns from Europe, including the Avars, who ruled eastern Europe to Bavaria before the Franks. It is unclear how they succeeded, given that the Huns were great warriors, and the Franks were pitiful foot soldiers, merchants and priests, Nor were there any epic battles between them after the Battle of the Nations.
But be that as it may, it is officially believed that the Holy Roman Empire began to exist only after the victory over the Hungarians.
 

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It's a bullshit.

I guess this is not the very best way to speak with a German like me.

It was not yet the Roman Empire, but the state of the Franks,

The Frankonians refounded the Roman empire - more exactly: the Occident because the Orient had still been existing in Byzantium - after many people had waited much too long that it will come back again on its own.

it was not just the foundation, but the ousting of the Huns from Europe, including the Avars, who ruled eastern Europe to Bavaria before the Franks.

The Bavarians were ruled from the Germanic house Agilolfinger - looks like this had also been a Frankonian house - who had been since the 6th century dukes of Bavaria (what is today Bavaria, Austria and the North of Italy). They had been also dukes of Alemania(+Swabia) and kings of the Langobards (Italy). When Charlesmagne decided to conquer Bavaria the Algilolfinger (duke Tassilo III) saw not any chance to win against Carolus magnus and resigned. In all monasteries in Bavaria which had been founded from Tassilo III he is honored still today.

The Awars had been for 200 years an important factor between the Occident (Frankonians, Germans and Mediteranian people) and the Orient (Byzantium). Who are the descendents of the Awars today I don't know. And the Huns had been for some time of history very popular in Bavaria. I guess the descendents of the Huns are today the Hungarians.

It is unclear how they succeeded, given that the Huns were great warriors, and the Franks were pitiful foot soldiers, merchants and priests, Nor were there any epic battles between them after the Battle of the Nations.

Which Hollywood film is this now?

But be that as it may, it is officially believed that the Holy Roman Empire began to exist only after the victory over the Hungarians.

After which victory? The Holy Empire was made to the Holy Roman Empire when Carolus Magnus had been crowned to be the Roman Emperor from Pope Leo III in the Christmas tide of the year 800 A.D. Still the "augustus" (=emperor) had lived in Byzantium - but now also existed a Cesar (=emperor) again. I guess by the way that we Germans speak out "Kaiser" how the ancient Romans really had spoken out "Cesar" (="Caesar").

 
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I guess this is not the very best way to speak with a German like me.
What is "Germanic"? Modern Germany was formed by the Prussians at the end of the 19th century on the remnants of Austro-Hungary. Roughly speaking, about 90% of "Germans" are Celts and Huns (the heirs of the Avars in East Germany). And the Prussians are not Germans, they are Balts by origin. Who are you really? Is your Thomas Anders a blonde-haired blue-eyed German?
The Frankonians refounded the Roman empire - more exactly: the Occident because the Orient had still been existing in Byzantium - after many people had waited much too long that it will come back again on its own.
I'm talking about that is not accepted in historiography to call the first states of the Franks "Holy Roman Empire", you are playing with words.
 
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The Bavarians were ruled
bAvaria is Avaria. They don't speak real German lang even nowdays,
, and their baroness not looked like broad-hipped fair-haired German women, but brown-eyed Ukrainian or Polish women.

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Is it german appearence?
 

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