Talk:Conrad IV of Germany
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NO GERMANY IN THE MIDDLE AGES!!!
There was no germany until 1871. The kings of the holy roman emperor NEVER carried the title "of germany" since there was no such state. The title was rather "german king", which makes a difference because it means the king is german....not he's the king of germany, and after getting the papal blessing he carried the title "roman emperor". But "king of germany" is incorrect! Eromae (talk) 08:47, 13 July 2011 (UTC)