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    Posted: 07-Dec-2016 at 07:10
What was the nature of relations between Poland, Bohemia and Hungary during the medieval period?Confused
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The answer lies in research.

Begin by finding this work.read it... and then come back and we might discuss it.

Economic and Social History of Medieval Europe Paperback – 1963

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A Social and Economic History of Medieval Europe

By Gerald Augustus John Hodgett
       

Good luck.
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When all else fails..seek out some of the best in the world in this field. They have a contact link.

http://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/seminars/medieval-economic-social
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And finally start looking at the threads and topics and comments found here.

http://www.allempires.com/forum/forum_topics.asp?FID=14


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