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Otto the Great, 912 - 973, Germany, Germany


After the Caroligian era£¬Otto I was the first to establish the Holy Roman Empire centered on Germany. His territory and reign is called the First Reich. During his reign, he had to handle complex relations with France (western Francia), Italy (middle Francia), the Hungarians, the internal civil wars.
Otto, , The Great
Alternative Name: Otto I
People type: political leader
Achievement: Established the holy Roman Empire
United Germany and east Francia
0912-11-23
0973-05-07
Carolingian Empire| | | Duke of Saxony Henry the Fowler, Matilda of Ringelheim
Otto II
Henry died| 936
Liudolf civil war and rebellion| 951-954
Hungarian invasion| 955
Weblink: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_I
Miscellaneous notes: Otto II http://www.stanleyhero.com/history/The-History-of-Europe-and-the-Church/The-History-of-Europe-and-the-Church_03.php?bck=Pin
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