and abbots. The war in Chicago between the Italian and Polish gangs of the South Side under the leadership of Al Capone against the North Side Irish-German mob of Dion O'Banion and his successor, Buggsy Moran, were particularly bloody and famous, ending with the. That means that most of them were slaves, but we dont call them that because it makes people feel bad. Otto III loves Italy truly; however, Roman people still considered him as an outsider and soon he faced public revolts which forced him to run away from Italy. In 951, He crossed the Alps and tried to establish himself as the king of Italy. Their power could unofficially sideline the power of the ruling prince in the region, as during the zenith of the Hanseatic League.
Life in Germany During the Middle Ages : Feudal Society.
With the decline of the R oman Empire and particularly with the onset of Viking and Magyar raids.
Feudalism in Medieval Germany was a mixture of Roman and Frankish traditions.
Otto the Great had a desire to establish a German Empire and to make it as strong as the Roman Empire. He built a grandiose palace in Rome and started living as the emperor of Romans. In any event, the feudal leaders began to treat governmental functions as private property that they could loan, give, away, or pass on to their children. In most instances, kings were the largest landowners, and they secured the support of other nobles by giving each of them an estate, or fief. They had been accustomed to raising large families so that, if one son were to die, there would be another to inherit the father's position. The three main items were "relief a payment of some sort that he gave the Party of the First Part for having agreed to take him on; "aid and counsel which obligated him to attend the court of the Party of the First Part whenever. Freemen would often move to the cities and become the tradesmen and merchants of that time. The Ottonian system of allegiance of German Church and the King ruled over Germany successfully for more than a century.