The Influence of the Teutonic Order on the Conquest and Christianization of Baltic
Livonian Crusade was successful due to political and religious fragmentation in the Baltic region.
The assimilation of the Livonian Brothers of the Sword increased the Teutonic Order's lands with the addition of the territories known today as Latvia and Estonia.
During Heinrich de Hohenlohe’ s term of office successful war was carried on in Courland and other neighbouring countries, which resulted in the spread of Christianity and the advance of the power of the order.
Teutonic Order struggled to expand its territory beyond Livonia as it failed at battles against Russia and Lithuania.
In 1346 Duchy of Estonia was sold to Teutonic Order by King of Denmark.
Teutonic Order Christianized the Baltic through autonomously operating Livonian Order.
Teutonic Order had a substantial influence on conquering Semigallian and Couronian lands.
Teutonic Order gave Brotherhood of Swords a second wind thus facilitating further success in battles which resulted in complete conquest and Christianization of the Baltic region during the 13th and 14th centuries.
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