Lechfeld

Lechfeld

(lĕkh`fĕlt), plain near Augsburg, S Germany, drained by the Lech River. There in 955, King (later Emperor) Otto I defeated the Magyars and stopped their expansion into central Europe.
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They were finally defeated by the Carolingian Emperor Otto the Great at the Battle Lechfeld (955).
Beginning in 1921, a group of Mennonite leaders representing the Mennonitische Fluchtlings-Fursorge (Mennonite Aid to Refugees) negotiated a lease of Lager Lechfeld, a former military training camp in southern Bavaria.
It applies in the Middle East and India, but in Europe there was no major nomad incursion following the defeat of the Magyars at the Lechfeld in 955 until the Mongols briefly invaded eastern and central Europe in 1240.
Atilla'ya karsi verilen Katalan ovasi savasi, Mogollara Dogu Avrupa steplerini sunan Halka Savasi, Sarazenleri Iber yarimadasinda tutan Puvatya savasi, Macar atlilarin dehsetinden Avrupali koyluleri kurtaran Lechfeld Savasi bu bolumde anlatilan baslica savaslardir.
The Cases of the Battles of Pressburg (907) and Lechfeld (955)"; Joseph Wallace, "Astrology and Politics in John Selden's Edition of the Marmora Arundelliana"; and Christine Wulf, "Burgerlicher Spathumanismus in Inschriften."
They were defeated by the Holy Roman Emperor Otto I at the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, which signaled an end to their raids into Europe.
Outside the Red Flag headquarters, as German PA-200 Tornadoes from Lechfeld Air Base, Germany, took off, Lt.
The battle of Lechfeld and its aftermath, August 955; the end of the age of migrations in the Latin west.
A good portion of this interesting and very readable account is devoted to the AAF's attempts to obtain Me 262 fighters at Lechfeld in Bavaria and an Arado Ar 234 jet bomber from Denmark, then located in the British zone.
All of the German aircraft serve with the 32nd Fighter Bomber Wing (JBG-32) in Lechfeld, a dedicated SEAD unit.
Battle was joined at the Lechfeld, somewhere south of Augbsurg on the banks of the River Lech, and legend credited the outcome to the Holy Lance, the spear that pierced Christ's side on the cross, which Otto allegedly bore.