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  • proper noun The Holy Roman Empire.

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Examples

  • Henry I, generally considered the first king of a distinctly German or pan-Germanic state, what Hitler referred to as the First Reich, was said to have carried the spear into battle before passing it to his son, Otto I.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • Henry I, generally considered the first king of a distinctly German or pan-Germanic state, what Hitler referred to as the First Reich, was said to have carried the spear into battle before passing it to his son, Otto I.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • She was in her late teens in autumn 929, when an embassy came to England from Germany seeking a bride for Otto, son of Henry I, the founder of the medieval German empire, the First Reich.

    The life of an Anglo-Saxon princess

  • Building on the warlike spirit that had been indelibly impressed on the Prussian people and Army by the 18th Century Prussian King Frederick The Great -- a spirit we will call Reichism I, after Frederick's First Reich -- Bismarck concocted a modern warlike spirit.

    Armistice Day 2 0 0 5

  • There is no agreement on the question when the fall began, or even whether it took place at all: 'The Western Empire continues to this day,' wrote Sir Isaac Newton, and at various times Germans, Frenchmen, and Catholics have all asserted the unbroken continuity of Rome with the empire of Charlemagne, or with the First Reich, or with the papacy.

    Greeks, Romans, Jews & Others

  • They were refugees from the way before First Reich. posted on 03 / 02 / 2009 4: 35: 33 PM PST

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  • King Frederick the Great, Hitler’s “patron saint” and the monarch of Germany’s First Reich, lay in the stillness of another bay.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • King Frederick the Great, Hitler’s “patron saint” and the monarch of Germany’s First Reich, lay in the stillness of another bay.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

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