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Contents: Introduction; Part I The Question of German Expansion and Colonization in Central Europe: Medieval German expansion in Bohemia and Poland, James Westfall Thompson; The settlement and colonization of Europe, Richard Koebner; Medieval agrarian society in its prime: the lands east of the Elbe and German colonization eastwards, Hermann Aubin; The expansion of Germany: colonization and conquest in the East, Geoffrey Barraclough; German town foundations in Western Pomerania, Walter Kuhn; Slavs and Germans, Frantisek Graus; The German settlement in Central and Eastern Europe during the high Middle Ages, Martyn Rady; The medieval colonization of Central Europe as a problem of world history and historiography, Jan M. Piskorski. Part II Bohemia: The Germans and the implantation of German law among the Bohemians and Moravians in the Middle Ages, Josef Zemlicka; At the margin of community: Germans in pre-Hussite Bohemia, Leonard E. Scales; Germans and Slavs in 13th-century Bohemia: some preliminary remarks on immigrants and law, Lisa Wolverton. Part III Hungary: Immigrants and locals in medieval Hungary: 11th-13th centuries, Nora Berend; Foreign knights and clerks in early medieval Hungary, Erik Fugedi and JA nos M. Bak; The expansions of the kingdom of Hungary in the Middle Ages (1000-1490), Attilla BA!rA!ny. Part IV Poland: German settlement in Poland, Marian Z. Jedlicki; The medieval 'colonization of the East', Jan M. Piskorski; Foreign colonization and introduction of German law in the 13th century, Aleksander Gieysztor; Nationality conflicts in the German-Slavic borderland in the 13th-14th centuries and their social scope, Benedykt Zientara; Economic and political institutions on the Polish-German frontier from the Middle Ages: action, reaction, interaction, Paul Knoll; Pomerania and Poland in the 10th to 12th centuries: The expansion of the Piasts and the shaping of political, social and state relations in the seaside Slav communities, Stanislaw Rosik; Index.