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The Knights of the Cross By Henryk Sienkiewicz
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The Knights of the Cross or The Teutonic Knights is a 1900 historical novel written by the eminent Polish Positivist writer and the 1905 Nobel laureate, Henryk Sienkiewicz. Its first English... More > translation was published in the same year as the original. The book was serialized by the magazine Tygodnik Illustrowany between 1897–1899 before its first complete printed edition appeared in 1900. The book was first translated into English by Jeremiah Curtin, a contemporary of Henryk Sienkiewicz. The Teutonic Knights had since been translated into 25 languages. It was the first book to be printed in Poland at the end of the Second World War in 1945, due to its relevance in the context of Nazi German destruction of Poland followed by mass population transfers. The book was made into a movie in 1960 by Aleksander Ford.< Less
From Blood to Compassion: From the Knights Templar to Modern Day Freemasonry, A Complete Story, Explanation, Reality Check and Myth Buster By Peter J. Sell
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Have you ever wondered how the Knights Templar's were created Why they frightened the Church so much with their secrets Or why they were destroyed and evolved into modern day Freemasonry Well this... More > is a completely revised and readable account of the history of the founding of the Knights Templar. Why they were founded. What the treasure was that they found and why it frightened the church so much. It was NOT THE POPULAR MYTHS of holy grail etc. How they were destroyed and who conspired to destroy them and how they formed into the present day Freemasons. Written by a Freemason who has tried to understand all the Masonic Orders and their ceremonies that he has joined. The interpretations of which gives a very enlightening insight into politics and religion of the last 3000 years. The hypothesis on the treasure is something that is not currently in the public domain except for the first edition of the book and is entirely new. The book is also a myth buster and conspiracy debunker.< Less
Codex Guide to the Medieval Baltic Vol1 By Jean Chandler
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A sort of a travel guide to the Medieval Baltic, circa 1456. This book is essentially an encyclopedia of a specific part of Central Europe in the Mid-15th Century., This is Volume 1 of 2.
From Blood to Compassion second edition By Peter. J. Sell
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Have you ever wondered how the Knights Templar's were created? Why they frightened the Church so much with their secrets? Or why they were destroyed and evolved into modern day Freemasonry? Well this... More > is a completely revised and readable account of the history of the founding of the Knights Templar. Why they were founded. What the treasure was that they found and why it frightened the church so much. It was NOT THE POPULAR MYTHS of holy grail etc. How they were destroyed and who conspired to destroy them and how they formed into the present day Freemasons. Written by a Freemason who has tried to understand all the Masonic Orders and their ceremonies that he has joined. The interpretations of which gives a very enlightening insight into politics and religion of the last 3000 years. The hypothesis on the treasure is something that is not currently in the public domain except for the first edition of the book and is entirely new. The book is also a myth buster and conspiracy debunker.< Less
Castles of the Baltic By Jerome Bertram
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Photographs by Jerome Bertram of castles in the eastern Baltic region from Torun to Haapsalu, including those of the Teutonic Knights, taken between 2008 and 2012.
Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 By Ian Heath
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This is a reprint of the 1989 second edition of this book in our "Armies and Enemies" series. It includes details of armies from Andalusia, Bulgaria, England, Estonia, France, the Holy... More > Roman Empire, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, the Ordensstaat of the Teutonic Knights, the Earldom of Orkney, the Papal State, Poland, Prussia, Lithuania, the Low Countries, Kievan Russia, Scandinavia, Scotland, Serbia, Sicily, Spain, Venice, Wales and Wendland.< Less
Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300 By Ian Heath
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This is a reprint of the 1989 second edition of this book in our "Armies and Enemies" series. It includes details of armies from Andalusia, Bulgaria, England, Estonia, France, the Holy... More > Roman Empire, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, the Ordensstaat of the Teutonic Knights, the Earldom of Orkney, the Papal State, Poland, Prussia, Lithuania, the Low Countries, Kievan Russia, Scandinavia, Scotland, Serbia, Sicily, Spain, Venice, Wales and Wendland.< Less
The Sixth Door By Stu Ready
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If you know where to look there is still evidence today of Aryan led Nazism. Certainly meetings of The Grand Order of Teutonic Knights regularly take place, more often on Hitler’s birthday and... More > other dates significant to the original Nazis. It is true to say now that the tradition is carried on by their descendants. Very recently New Nazis paraded openly wearing uniforms adorned with the swastika and other Nazi emblems. At a recent election in Germany many of the far right parliamentary candidates openly canvassed as old style Nazis. Many of the candidates still indirectly believe in Aryan style Eugenics. Looking back at events over the past 20 years or so, one can see clearly examples of Ethnic Cleansing and moves towards Eugenics. An example might be China were families are restricted to one child. The mother is also freely given pill abortions if the fetes is not of the required sex.< Less
Barbarian and Noble By Marion Florence Lansing
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Barbarian and Noble by Marion Florence Lansing, 1911. This book recounts the rise of the Germanic tribes in the period during and after the fall of the Roman empire. It introduces the heroes of the... More > various Teutonic tribes, including Athanaric, Alaric and Roderic (Visigoths), Theodoric (Ostrogoth), Clovis, Charlemagne (Franks), and also the later heroes, Alfred the Great, Rollo the Viking. The transition from barbarian tribe to Christian nation is featured in each story. HISTORY has no period which makes a more vivid appeal to the young reader than the thousand years which we call the Middle Ages. The mediaeval world is just such a world as he would like to live in, where knights ride off on crusades, and kings wander out from their palaces in disguise, where heroes sail away to explore unknown seas, and gay cavaliers sally forth to tournament and joust. It requires no effort to interest boys and girls in this part of history.< Less
German Chivalry By Fritz Maes
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GERMAN CHIVALRY is a book of four exciting essays: Chivalric Arts and Fight-Books tells you what Teutonic masters of Medieval European martial arts said and taught about their noble warrior culture... More > via their training manuals. Foundationality of Wrestling to Fencing tells you the significance of unarmed grappling combatives to swordfighting. Medieval Martial Meditation tells you about the most forsworn and forgotten aspects of knighthood, both esoteric and practical. Jörg versus Saracen at Ceuta circa 1457 tells you the climactic true story of real knightly dueling to the death during warfare. German Chivalry by Fritz Maes shall surely shock and awe even the most apathetic of academia, anachronistia, and athletica alike. It reveals a dynamic world of great deeds and high adventure. It is a daring book of scholarly vigor and manly prowess. Now you too may read it for yourself…< Less

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