He was a good one for the country. He made a code of laws and legislation which filled fifty chapters, and always tried to seek peaceable solutions with his neighbors. If negotiations didn’t work, he had a reputation for being victorious.
His reputation was usually enough to keep the peace. He actively broadcasted the fact that he did not want to kill people — he would rather pray for them to go away.
Encouraged by this pacifist message, the German Emperor decided that Hungary was a sitting duck ripe for the plucking. He began invasion plans.
With a sigh Stephen mustered his army. The sight of which caused the German Emperor to change his mind and go back home.
St. Stephen of Hungary Facts and Figures
Name: Stephen of Hungary
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names: Stephen I of Hungary
Birth and Death Dates: 997-1038
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Article last revised on April 07, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
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