Northern Crusades Timeline
1147 - 1148
Campaigns against pagans in the Baltic are led by Germanic and Danish nobles during the Second Crusade.
Jun 1147 - Sep 1147
Dobin and Malchow in northeast Germany are captured during the Second Crusade.
An army of Teutonic knights is defeated by the Russians at Lake Peipus.
The Teutonic Order acquires Danzig and eastern Pomerania.
The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is moved to a fortified convent at Marienburg in Prussia.
The Teutonic Order acquires control of northern Estonia.
15 Jul 1410
At the battle of Tannenburg an army of Teutonic knights is wiped out.
The headquarters of the Teutonic Order is relocated to Konigsberg.
The Teutonic Order is secularized in Prussia.
The Teutonic Order is secularized in Livonia.