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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hermann of Salza
Hermann sent some of his knights to settle in that district and protect it against further devastation.
Hermann von Balk to take charge of the hostile operations against the Prussians, and under his direction began, in 1230, that memorable series of expeditions which finally resulted in the Christianization of Prussia and raised the Teutonic Order to one of the great powers of the Middle Ages.
Hermann that in 1226 a reconciliation was effected between the emperor and the Lombard cities.
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  Hermann von Salza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meanwhile, Hermann accompanied Frederick on the Fifth Crusade against Damietta in 1219, and he was decorated for bravery by John of Brienne, the titular King of Jerusalem.
Hermann later convinced Frederick to undertake the Sixth Crusade, and was partially responsible for Frederick's marriage to Yolanda, John of Brienne's daughter.
The importance of Hermann's role as mediator between Pope Gregory IX and the emperor can be seen by the fact that all communication between Frederick and the pope broke off with Hermann's death.
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 Hermann of Salza
The Grand Master appointed Hermann von Balk to take charge of the hostile operations against the Prussians, and under his direction began, in 1230, that memorable series of expeditions which finally resulted in the Christianization of Prussia and raised the Teutonic Order to one of the great powers of the Middle Ages.
It was chiefly due to the efforts of Hermann that in 1226 a reconciliation was effected between the emperor and the Lombard cities.
Hermann spent the remaining nine years of his life mostly in Italy, working incessantly for the welfare of the Teutonic Order.
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 Bad Langensalza: Hermann of Salza
Hermann of Salza (around 1170 - 20.03.1239) was born in Langensalza at castle Dryburg, the oldest building of the city today, and raised at the court of count Hermann of Thuringia.
Hermann of Salza was elected as the referee in quarrels by the emperor Friedrich II and Pope Honorius III in 1222.
The emperor appointed Hermann of Salza a prince.
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 Salza, Hermann von on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In the same year Hermann obtained from Frederick II vast privileges for his order and recognition of his lordship over Chelmno.
Hermann formally received the territory from Conrad c.1230 by treaty, with the promise of all further territory conquered.
In 1237, Hermann effected the union of his order with the Livonian Brothers of the Sword.
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 Hermann Von Salza --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
Hermann's first enterprise, in Hungary, failed when the order was expelled from that region in 1225, but the order was soon afterward (1226) invited by Conrad of Mazovia to conquer and convert the Prussians in the region of the Vistula River.
Hermann obtained a land grant in the region from Conrad, as well as a charter from Frederick II confirming the order's mission and sovereignty among the Prussians.
Hermann eventually (1233) initiated a general campaign for the conquest of Prussia under the direction of the provincial order leader Hermann Balk.
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 Hermann of Salza -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In 1230 the knights began their lengthy campaign to (Click link for more info and facts about Christianize) Christianize the Prussians of the (A branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages; Baltic languages have preserved many archaic features that are believed to have existed in Proto-Indo European) Baltic area.
The importance of Hermann's role as mediator between (Click link for more info and facts about Pope Gregory IX) Pope Gregory IX and the emperor can be seen by the fact that all communication between Frederick and the pope broke off with Hermann's death.
However, he was less successful as a religious leader, and soon retired to (A battle in World War II; the port was captured by United States troops in September 1943) Salerno in 1238.
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Hermann stood out among the grandmasters of the crusading orders less because of his ability or the number of knights under his direct command than because the Germans who contributed so much money and men to the crusade during the next four years looked to him for advice and leadership.
Hermann von Salza had doubtlessly used his influence with Pope Honorius and Count Louis of Thuringia to strengthen the royal resolve on this issue, but he could not affect the attitude of the Hungarian nobility, nor could he win over Prince Bela, who had thrown in his lot with them.
Hermann arranged for the ransom and obtained a promise that the Danish monarch would participate in the crusade that Friedrich II was planning to the Holy Land.
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 BURZENLAND
an den Hochmeister Hermann von Salza, um den Orden ins dünn besiedelte Burzenland zu holen.
Hermann von Salza war fest von der ersten Auslegung überzeugt und wollte diese auch durchsetzen.
Hermann von Salza hat einige Versuche unternommen, um sich gegen die Vertreibung zur Wehr zu setzen.
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 ORB -- The Teutonic Knights
Probable date of election of Hermann von Salza as grand master of the Teutonic Knights; the date coincided with the date of the marriage in Tyre of John of Brienne to Mary; it was also the date of John's coronation as King of Jerusalem
Hermann von Salza was in Italy; 57 privileges were given by Honorius III to the Teutonic Knights (Honorius III granted 113 to the Teutonic Knights during his pontificate)
Hermann von Salza died in Salerno and buried in Barletta; Frederick II excommunicated
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 Geschichte Baltische Ritterschaften | Hermann von Salza | Hochmeister Deutscher Ritterorden
Hermann von Salza (Hochmeister Deutscher Ritterorden) erhielt im Jahre 1226 von Kaiser Friedrich II.
Salza erhielt die Garantien schriftlich zur Absicherung des Deutschen Ordens.
Salza die heidnischen Pruzzen und erhielt vom polnischen Herzog Konrad I. v.
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 laenderberichte_tuerkei_hermann_von_salza
Ein gutes Jahrzehnt später treffen wir dann den Hochmeister Hermann von Salza in Armenien.
Weniger bekannt aber ist, dass Hermann von Slaza auch Begründer der Ballei Armenien ist und Armenien zu Beginn seiner Hochmeisterschaft bereiste.
Die erste Stadt in Armenien, in der Hermann von Salza eintraf, war Alexandrette, die heutige türkische Hafenstadt Iskenderun.
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 Encyclopedia: Hermann of Salza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The crown of the Holy Roman Empire (2nd half of the 10th century), now held in the Vienna Schatzkammer.
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The Livonian Brothers of the Sword (Latin Fratres militiae Christi, literally the brothers of the army of Christ), also known as the Christ Knights, Sword Brethren or The Militia of Christ of Livonia, was a military order started in 1202 by Albert of Buxhoeveden, bishop of Riga (or Prince-Bishop...
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 AllRefer.com - Teutonic Knights (German History) - Encyclopedia
Under Hermann von Salza, its grand master in the early 13th cent., the order moved to E Europe and rose to prominence.
After a brief period (1221–25) in Transylvania, where it fought for King Andrew II of Hungary against the Cumans, the order responded to a call (1226) of the Polish Duke Conrad of Mazovia for a crusade against the Prussians.
However, Hermann von Salza placed (1234) his conquests under papal suzerainty and set about to organize them as a separate German state.
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 HERMANN VON SALZA - LoveToKnow Article on HERMANN VON SALZA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
HERMANN VON SALZA - LoveToKnow Article on HERMANN VON SALZA
He died on the 19th of March 1239 at Barletta in Apulia, and was buried there in the chapel of his Order.
Vide: A. Koch, Hermann von Salla, Meister des deutschen Ordens (Leipzig, 1885).
www.1911encyclopedia.org /S/SA/SALZA_HERMANN_VON.htm   (269 words)

  
 1200s History of the World
Jan - Apr, Hermann von Salza is in Italy; 57 privileges are given by Honorius III to the Teutonic Knights (Honorius III grants 113 to the Teutonic Knights during his pontificate)
Hermann von Salza negotiates with the pope over Gunzelin; later in the Holy Land, he arranges the marriage for the emperor
Mar., Hermann von Salza dies in Salerno and buried in Barletta; Frederick II excommunicated
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 Träger des Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuz SS-Obersturmbannführer Paul-Albert Kausch (Nordland)
In February 1943, Kausch was tasked with the organization of the SS-Panzer-Abteilung 11 "Nordland" (later known as "Hermann von Salza").
The SS-Panzer-Abteilung "Hermann von Salza", under the new command of SS- Hauptsturmführer Grathwol, constitiuted the I.Abteilung whereas the schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung 503, commanded by SS-Sturmbannführer Herzig, made up the II.Abteilung of the new SS-Panzerregiment 11, commanded by SS-Obersturmbannführer Kausch.
Salza" arrived piecemeal in the area of Strausberg.
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Death of Hermann von Salza in Salerno, Italy (born in Thüringen, Germany ca.
Salza was the Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights who led them in their crusade in Hungary and the crusade against the pagan Prussians.
The Prussian crusade would lead to the establishment of Prussia as a German,Christian theocracy under the control of the Teutonic Knights and eventually as a German state.
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 Worldroots.com
Friedrich II sent Hermann von Salza to the pope and, upon his return, received a marriage proposal.
Hermann von Salza, who had also been a good friend of Friedrich II, needed all his pursuasive powers before Friedrich II would consent to the marriage.
Moreover it was to take another two years before, by then, the thirty-one-year-old Friedrich II was married by proxy to the fourteen-year-old Yolande de Brienne.
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 ORB -- The Teutonic Knights
3, 1210 - Probable date of election of Hermann von Salza as grand master of the Teutonic Knights; the date coincided with the date of the marriage in Tyre of John of Brienne to Mary; it was also the date of John's coronation as King of Jerusalem
Jan - Apr, 1221 - Hermann von Salza was in Italy; 57 privileges were given by Honorius III to the Teutonic Knights (Honorius III granted 113 to the Teutonic Knights during his pontificate)
Mar., 1239 - Hermann von Salza died in Salerno and buried in Barletta; Frederick II excommunicated
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Pope Honorius III also recognized Hermann's capabilities, and granted the Teutonic order an equal status with the
Hermann later convinced Frederick to undertake the Sixth Crusade, and was partially responsible for Frederick's marriage to
In 1230 the knights began their lengthy campaign to Christianize the Prussians of the
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 ORB -- The Teutonic Knights
3, 1210 - Probable date of election of Hermann von Salza as grand master of the Teutonic Knights; the date coincided with the date of the marriage in Tyre of John of Brienne to Mary; it was also the date of John's coronation as King of Jerusalem
Jan - Apr, 1221 - Hermann von Salza was in Italy; 57 privileges were given by Honorius III to the Teutonic Knights (Honorius III granted 113 to the Teutonic Knights during his pontificate)
Mar., 1239 - Hermann von Salza died in Salerno and buried in Barletta; Frederick II excommunicated
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Court of the Teutonic Order
He was soon ransomed, but he had reason to conclude that the Order's future did not lie solely in the Holy Land.(16) Many blamed the disaster on Friedrich II, who had not honored his vow to bring an army to Egypt.
Hermann von Salza was in Germany in l223 and l224 on imperial business, negotiating for the release of the Danish king, who had been kidnaped by Count Heinrich of Schwerin,(21) an event that was drawing all the northern states into war.
Hermann von Salza accompanied the unfortunate Emperor back to Italy and helped to reconcile him with Pope Gregory.(26) He had given up all hope of establishing his Order permanently and solely in the Holy Land.
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 AllRefer.com - Hermann von Salza (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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Hermann von Salza[her´mAn fun zAl´tsA] Pronunciation Key, d.
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 Teutonic Knights: Part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Oct. 3, 1210 - Probable date of election of Hermann von Salza as grand master of the Teutonic Knights; the date coincided with the date of the marriage in Tyre of John of Brienne to Mary; it was also the date of John's coronation as King of Jerusalem
Aug. 30, 1221 - Battle of Mansurah; crusaders surrendered in Egypt (Templars led the rearguard action); peace treaty; Hermann von Salza and the master of the Temple held as hostages by the Muslims
March 1239 - Hermann von Salza died in Salerno and buried in Barletta; Frederick II excommunicated
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