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 Post subject: Bohemia
PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 12:54 pm 
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Who is leading Bohemia? I know there is Friedrich Barbarosa, but who was king before him? Is he still in leading post (perhaps as margrave/markrabě in czech)?
I've read the whole wiki, but I could not find any mention about Battle on the Marchfeld (Dürnkrut and Jedenspeigen) on 26 August 1278. So, maybe still Ottokar II.?

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 Post subject: Re: Bohemia
PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:30 pm 
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In 1261, Frederick II of Sicilia is the real Emperor of Bohemia. However, he abandoned the Germanic territories against the Mongols invasion. Falling back to Italy, the Germanic nobles such as Rudolph of Habsburg and his ally Ladislaus IV of Hungary rallied Barbarossa. Bohemia is dominated by Mongols until theRückeroberung, the decisive battle that gives back to Charlemagne the Holy Roman Empire. To thank him for his support, Charlemagne gives Bohemia, Hungary and Poland to Barbarossa. Until 1281 (assassination of Charlemagne) Bohemia is under the sway of Barbarossa and has no feuds with its Austrians neighbors since Charlemagne recognize its independence.

The Battle on the Marchfeld (Dürnkrut and Jedenspeigen) on 26 August 1278 never took place and Ottokar II is still a noble of Bohemia under the lead of Barbarossa.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:58 pm 
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ghost wrote:
In 1261, Frederick II of Sicilia is the real Emperor of Bohemia. However, he abandoned the Germanic territories against the Mongols invasion. Falling back to Italy, the Germanic nobles such as Rudolph of Habsburg and his ally Ladislaus IV of Hungary rallied Barbarossa. Bohemia is dominated by Mongols until theRückeroberung, the decisive battle that gives back to Charlemagne the Holy Roman Empire. To thank him for his support, Charlemagne gives Bohemia, Hungary and Poland to Barbarossa. Until 1281 (assassination of Charlemagne) Bohemia is under the sway of Barbarossa and has no feuds with its Austrians neighbors since Charlemagne recognize its independence.

The Battle on the Marchfeld (Dürnkrut and Jedenspeigen) on 26 August 1278 never took place and Ottokar II is still a noble of Bohemia under the lead of Barbarossa.


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