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Feudal Germany,

Author: James Westfall Thompson
Publisher: Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1928]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Thompson, James Westfall, 1869-1941.
Feudal Germany.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1928]
(OCoLC)645803002
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Westfall Thompson
OCLC Number: 2014801
Description: xxiii, 710 pages folded frontispiece, maps, plans 24 cm
Contents: Part 1. Old West Feudal Germany: The Church in the Carolingian and Saxon governments ; The German Church and the Salian Monarchy, Spread of the Cluny reform in Italy and Germany ; The War of Investiture, The conflict between Henry IV and Gregory VII ; Old Saxony ; The Rebellion of Saxony ; Sectionalism and party strive in the War of Investiture ; Political theories and Constitutional progress during the War of Investiture (1075-1139) ; Guelf and Ghibelline ; German feudalism ; The Crown lands in Feudal Germany ; the sentiment of Europe toward the Germans in the Middle Ages --
Part 2. New East Frontier Colonial German: The German Church and the conversion of the Slavs of the Elbe ; The expansion and colonization of the German people beyond the Elbe, The conflict of Saxon and Slav ; Early trade relations between the Germans and the Elbean and Baltic Slavs ; Dutch and Flemish colonization in Medieval Germany ; German Southeastward expansion and the formation of Austria ; Medieval German expansion in Bohemia and Poland --
Appendix: Table of Popes and Emperors, 800-1273 ; The Welf and Billunger families ; The Welf and Hohenstaufen families ; The Abodrite and Wagrian Dukes ; The Slavonic Dukes of Wagria (later Mecklenburg) ; Princes of Moravia, Bohemia and Poland.
Responsibility: by James Westfall Thompson.

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