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History[]

Reorganization into a Monastic Order[]

Hugues de Payens, a member of the Order of the Ancients, traveled to the Holy Land in 1104 with eight knights consisting of Godfrey de Saint-Omer, Payen de Montdidier, Archambaud de St. Agnan, André de Montbard, Geoffrey Bison, Rossal, and Gondamer in hopes of gaining the support of the Church and the kingdoms of Western Europe by establishing a monastic and military order from the Order of the Ancients. After establishing the Order of the Knights Templar, de Payens had gradually gained more power and influence in the Order of the Ancients, drawing many members of the Order of the Ancients to pledge loyalty to its new Grand Master and even join the Order. However, many members of the Order of the Ancients refused to pledge loyalty to de Payens, which caused internal conflict within the organization.

Fully Absorbed into the Knights Templar[]

By 1210, the Knights Templar had gained a public presence in the Holy Roman Empire when they were granted a site in Brandenburg by the church and the Margrave Albert II.

Returning Underground[]

After the French Assassins had manipulated King Philip IV of France and Pope Clement V into hunting down and disbanding the Knights Templar, public traces of the Knights Templar throughout Western Europe were targeted on orders of the Vatican. The Templar site of Tempelhof in Berlin was besieged by knights on orders of Margrave Henry I of Brandenburg and had either killed or chased away all Templars present. In order to ensure their order's survival, the Templars gathered and plotted in secret.

Protestant Reformation[]

Seven Years War[]

1800s[]

Napoleonic Wars[]

Austro-Prussian War[]

Franco-Prussian War[]

Scramble for Africa[]

Boxer Rebellion[]

World War I[]

World War II[]

Cold War[]


Members[]

Order of the Ancients[]

High Middle Ages

Order of the Knights Templar[]

Late Middle Ages

  • Ruprecht Dilber
  • Gebhard Preceptori per Alemanniam
  • Johannes Magistro per Teutoniam
  • Widekind Domum per Alemanniam et Poloniam
  • R de Grae`ubius Preceptor per Alemanniam et Slavia
  • Friedrich Wildegraf Preceptor per Alemmaniam et Slauiam
  • Alban von Randecke
  • Lord Johan Kraus

German Templars[]

Seven Years War

  • Johann Joachim Winckelmann

Age of Imperialism[]

  • Christoph Hoffman
  • Georg David Hardegg
  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria (Grand Master; -1914)

World War I

  • Erich Albert
  • German Spymaster
  • Manfred von Richthofen
  • Erich Ludendorff

World War II

  • Reinhard Heydrich
  • Gero Kramer

Allies and puppets[]

Order of the Knights Templar[]

  • Hugues de Payens (Levantine Rite)
  • Bernard de Clairvaux (Levantine Rite)
  • Pope Honorius II
  • Gerard de Ridefort (Levantine Rite)
  • Robert de Sablé (Levantine Rite)
  • Sibrand (Levantine Rite)
  • Jacques de Molay (Levantine Rite)
  • Albert II of Brandenburg

German Templars[]

Protestant Reformation[]

  • Martin Luther
  • John Calvin
  • Lucas Cranach the Elder
  • Friedrich der Wiese

Seven Years War

  • Reginald Birch (British Rite)
  • William Johnson (Colonial Rite)

Age of Imperialism

  • Otto von Bismarck
  • Alfred von Schlieffen
  • Paul von Hindenburg

World War II

  • Benito Mussolini

Trivia[]

  • This version of the German Rite of the Templar Order combines both the German and Austrian rites from canon.
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