Archive for January 2010

Illustrated history of German literature from the earliest times to the present

With significant historic biographies and pictures of Martin Opitz, Klopstock, Lessing, Goethe, Schiller, Emile Zola, von Hofmannsthal, Arthur Schnitzler, Nietzsche, Tolstoy, Thomas Mann and many others. Published in Regensburg 1926-1932 Anselm of Salzer.



Contributions to the history of the city and district of Nordhausen

Of interest to local historians and genealogists in the Harz region is the newly released tape 34 the history- and Classical Association, Municipal Archives and tobacco store Nordhausen. The book can be ordered from the museum store tobacco, Baker Street 19 in 99734 Nordhausen. It was released by the publisher Neukirchner (ISBN: 978-3-929767-74-0) with subsequent contributions:



Chronicle of domination Straupitz in Lower Lusatia

To rule Straupitz included the villages of Mocho, Straupitz and Laaso. The village was Straupitz 1346 a church village, The Wendish village comes Laaso 1447 in front of Lehnbriefen, Vorwerk is the first in a Mocho Lehnbrief 1565 called and was created by two brothers, Caspar and Christoph, Castle Count of Dohna.



Armorial called by the First Code Seffken

Armorial of the First, called “Codex Seffken” next the Zurich Wappenrolle the oldest heraldic manuscript, created by 1379. The original from the late 14. Century and was modeled with an introduction and notes by Gustav Adelbert Seyler, Berlin, Verein Herold 1893. It contains the coat of arms from the Dutch and the Lower Rhine area.



Brandenburg Genealogical Yearbook 2009

Just out and provided with the following content is recommended above yearbook very: Brandenburg History * The former Saxon territories of Brandenburg * Stories of gold ruby ​​- glassmaking tradition of Kunckel to Kralik General Genealogy * Family trusts as a genealogical source - the example of Koephjohannschen Foundation in Berlin Brandenburg genealogy * Dr. Joachim Wilhelm Erdmann Liesegang (1791-1878), Superintendent and senior pastor at Perleberg * The family Fourestier in Berlin * The Heffter family - a traditional middle-class family from the Mark