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[906.] ... he dispatched Henry with a Saxon levy and the duke's military household against the Daleminzi, whom he himself had fought for many years. The Daleminzi were not able to withstand Henry's attack, and summoned against him the Avars…1
[929. Henry I campaigns successfully against Hevelli, taking Brandenburg2; against Daleminzi, taking Gana; against Bohemians, taking Prague; also made Abodrites, Wilzi, and Redarii tributary; Redarii rebelled, taking Walsleben; Saxons respond by besieging Lenzen, a battle described in detail.]3
[936. King successfully attacks "barbarians"--likely the Redarii] September 25th.4
[939. mutual border incursions; king's campaign against Abodrites]5
[950.] At that time, the king campaigned against Boleslav, the king of the Bohemians. [continues with further detail] 6
[954.] In that year, the Slavs, who are called Ukrani, were defeated by Gero with great glory because Duke Conrad was dispatched to provide aid to him. They captured an enormous quantity of booty, and great happiness reigned in Saxony.7
[957.] A letter... was carried to the emperor while he was on campaign, fighting against the Redarii.8
[957. The final campaigns of Wichmann against Mieszko of the 'Licicaviki', the Liutizi, the Wagrians, and the Abodrites; he later joined with the Slavs called Wuloini (i.e., from Wollin) against Mieszko, who called in aid from Boleslav of Bohemia.]9
963. Back home the Slavs called Lausitzer were also subdued.10