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By Marcus Herbote und Wilfried Zetsche

Half 1 – The GR.1/GR.3/T.2 and T.4 of the RAF in GermanySized A4, softcover, sixty eight pages of content material, approximately one hundred sixty pictures and photographs, quite often in color, English/German textual content, bilingual captions, unit insignia and patches, colored pics and drawings.

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Peter, he would be striking a telling blow at Gilbert and the Emperor, and the prestige of the Church would thus be restored. Slowly the idea took shape, Crusader troops were organized all over Europe, and finally a speech by Urban to the Clermont conclave loosened the human avalanche which set out toward the Holy Land. The First Crusade was born! The triumphal march of this army across Italy was sufficient to drive the anti-Pope from Rome without a struggle, and Urban again had possession of the Lateran Palace.

To the Order this seemed a very serious matter. It appeared to them a plundering of their own States, which 58 THE THOUSAND-YEAR CONSPIRACY had become depopulated through unholy wars. Who would come to Prussia in the future, they concluded—with reason —and there submit to their excesses, if these people had been promised by a powerful ruler peaceful shelter, protection, justice and liberty? To hinder this, the Knights had to utilize every means and practice every evil, if necessary. They had before disrespectfully broken the seal of the Grand Duke.

Pope Gregory VII was determined to be free of the authority of the State. He proclaimed the spiritual sovereignty of the Papacy throughout the world and preached about St. Augustine's "Kingdom of God on Earth"; he denied the claims of the German "Holy-Roman" Emperors to world rule in a material sense. Emperor Henry IV, of the Franconian line of Emperors (ancestors of the Hohenstaufens through maternal lineage), claimed sovereignty by divine right over mankind and the earth. This resulted in bitter conflict, and in 1076 the Pope excommunicated the Emperor, who came in 1077 to humble himself before the Pope at Canossa.

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