Germans

Earliest record: 936
Last record: 1970

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
936947Attacked [1]
936950Attacked [1]
940946Attacked [1]
951961Conquered [1]
955Attacked [1]
10721109Were resettled in [2]
11001300Settled in [3]
11251226Expanded to [4]
11251226Located in
1143Naval attack [4]
1143Settled in [4]
11541155Attacked [5]
11581162Attacked [5]
11631164Attacked [5]
11671168Attacked [5]
11741178Attacked [5]
11831186Attacked [5]
11861201Settled in [4]
11861201Located in
11901194Attacked [6]
12011274Conquered [7]
12011346Located in
12261232Expanded to [7]
12261232Located in
12321255Expanded to [7]
12321329Located in
1242Attacked [8]
13001450Partial migration to [9]
1309Settled in [7]
13291383Settled in [7]
1346Settled in [7]
1348Attacked [8]
15001600Settled in [10]
17621766Settled in [11]
17621772Were resettled in [3]
17621970Located in
18601900Partial migration to [12]
19181921Attacked [13]
19181925Partial migration to [14]
19191924Partial migration to [15]
1941Were resettled in [11]
19451950Were resettled in [12]
19451968Partial migration to [12]
19451970Partial migration to [16]

Location Info

  1. Middle Elbe R area, betw Brandenburg & Lake Mueritz, & E toOder R & W to Elbe R, DDR.
  2. Upper Elbe & Saale RR, area around Zeitz; W to Saale Rc DDR.
  3. Lorraine & West Francia, W of Rhine R, Laon & Rheims, F.
  4. N I betw St. Moritz (CH) & Nice in theW, to Mantua & Brescia in the E.
  5. Lower Elbe R area, N of Lake Mueritz, extending N & E to Baltic Sea, & W to Elbe R,
  6. Sahagun Zone: Logrono, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Najera, Burgos, Castrojeriz, Carrion de los Condes, Leon, Astorga, Ponferrada, Lugo, Puerto Marin & Santiago de Compostela.
  7. N Transilvania
  8. Betw Elbe & Oder RR
  9. {Betw Elbe & Oder RR} *{339-1}*
  10. Wagria (area E of Kiel), N D
  11. Luebeck FRG; Wismar, Rostock, Stralsund, Greifswald, Cammin, Kolberg; all along Baltic coast, DDR.
  12. Parma, Bologna, Rome, & Ancona, Verona
  13. Verona, I Roncaglia-Piacenza, Pavia, Milan, Dole, F.
  14. Bozen, D, Bologna, I
  15. Brenner Pass A/I, Bozen (Bolzano, I), area E of Verona, I, Ancona, Rome, Parma, Pavia, Dijon, F.
  16. Alessandria, Chiavenna (N of Lake Como), Milan, Anagni, Venice, all I.
  17. Verona, Milan, I
  18. Riga, Dorpat (Tartu), Reval (Talinn), SU.
  19. {Riga, Dorpat (Tartu), Reval (Talinn), SU.} *{339-5}*
  20. Tagliacozzo, Lucera Gaeta, Naples, San Germano, Troia,Salerno, Melfi, Taranto, Cosenza, Reggio, Messina, Cefaln, Palermo, all I.
  21. N from Riga into Livonia, & E to Semgallen & SW to Courland; also W to Saarenaa, off W coast Estonia.
  22. {Riga, Dorpat (Tartu), Reval (Talinn), SU.} + {N from Riga into Livonia, & E to Semgallen & SW to Courland; also W to Saarenaa, off W coast Estonia.} *{900-653} + {340-13}*
  23. PL W of Vistula R minus Pomerellia (see map ref 340)
  24. {Betw Elbe & Oder RR} + {PL W of Vistula R minus Pomerellia (see map ref 340)} *{339-1} + {340-1}*
  25. (Old) Prussia, betw Vistula & Nemunas (Memel) RR
  26. {Betw Elbe & Oder RR + PL W of Vistula R minus Pomerellia (see map ref 340)} + {(Old) Prussia, betw Vistula & Nemunas (Memel) RR} *{900-650} + {340-6}*
  27. L Peipus
  28. N
  29. Pomerelia, betw Danzig & Kulm, NE PL (see map in ref)
  30. Area around Memel, (present day Klaipeda, Lithuania).
  31. Estonia
  32. Neva R area
  33. W Ukraine
  34. Volga R area S of Saratov N of Volgograd (= Stalingrad, Tsaritsyn). Also small area N of Kuybishev.
  35. Banat (from Danube-Sava junction to Iron Gate.
  36. {Volga R area S of Saratov N of Volgograd (= Stalingrad, Tsaritsyn). Also small area N of Kuybishev.} *{235-1}*
  37. Ruhr & Rhine-Westphalian industrial area.
  38. Area S of Pskov, N SU
  39. D
  40. E D
  41. Siberia & C Asia
  42. D (FRG + GDR)
  43. W D (FRG)
  44. CH

References

  1. The Frankish Kingdom in the Reign of Otto I. 1979. pp. 118, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  2. Ubieto Arteta, A., J. Regla' Campistol, and J.M. Jover Zamora. 1963. Introduccion a la Historia de Espana. Editorial Teide S.A., Barcelona. 798 pp.
  3. McNeill, William H. 1964. Europe's Steppe Frontier. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 252 pp.
  4. German Eastward Colonization. 1979. pp. 140, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  5. Conflicts of Empire and Papacy 1152-90. 1979. pp. 123, No. 4. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  6. The Medieval German Empire. 1979. pp. 119, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  7. The Conquest of Prussia by the Teutonic Knights. 1979. pp. 140, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  8. Jutikkala, Eino. 1962. A History of Finland. Frederick A. Praeger, New York. 291 pp.
  9. Anonymous. 1942. Norway. Vol. 1. B.R. 501. Geographic Handbook Series. Naval Intelligence Division. H.M. Stationary Office, University Press, Oxford. 419 pp.
  10. Clarkson, Jesse D. 1961. A History of Russia. Random House, New York. 857 pp.
  11. Koch, Fred C. 1977. The Volga Germans. Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, Pennsylvania. 365 pp.
  12. Schwidetzky, I. 1979. Rassengeschichte von Deutschland. pp. 45-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 7. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  13. Russia in War and Revolution. 1979. pp. 259, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  14. Tilly, Charles. 1978. Migration in modern European history. pp. 48-72. In McNeill, William H., and Ruth S. Adams (eds.). Human Migration. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.
  15. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  16. Hoffmann-Nowotny, Hans-Joachim. 1978. European migration after World War II. pp. 85-105. In McNeill, William H., and Ruth S. Adams (eds.). Human Migration. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.