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Teutonic Knights


The Teutonic Knights were defeated by a combined Polish-Lithuanian army in 1410.
  Knights of the Teutonic Order; an organization of Germanic crusaders founded in Palestine in 1190; disbanded 1525
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  • The Teutonic Knights were defeated by a combined Polish-Lithuanian army in 1410.
  • The Professor charged up and down the green aisles like a stout Teutonic knight, with a pole for a lance, leading on the boys, who made a hook and ladder company of themselves, and performed wonders in the way of ground and lofty tumbling.
    Louisa May Alcott  --  Little Women
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Teutonic Knights , Teutons [7] , Nazi [1] , Soviet Union [1] , peasant [1] , Vikings [2] , Afrikaner [6] , Boer [6] , Teutons [7] , conquistador [7]
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