From the Hohenzollern Yearbook

Digital documents and images with research on the history of the Hohenzollerns of Brandenburg-Prussia, edited by Paul Seidel published by Giesecke & Devrient.

The individual contributions from the vintages of the Hohenzollern Yearbook can be downloaded from the website Central and Regional Library Berlin. The contents of the classes can be viewed. I have noticed the following example text:

Consanguinitätstafeln the houses of Hohenzollern and Schleswig-Holstein (Sweden, Russia, Oldenburg, Denmark, Greece)
The Prince de Ligne and the Hohenzollerns
The relationship of the houses of Hohenzollern and Württemberg
The relationship of the houses of Hohenzollern and Askanien
The relationship of the houses of Hohenzollern and Hesse
The relationship of the houses of Hohenzollern and Wettin
Hohenzollern as a knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece old time
The Hohenzollern and the Orangemen in their intellectual, kinship and political relations
The flight of the royal children from Berlin to Gdansk in October 1806
The parent strain and the Hohenzollern castle Count of Hohenzollern-Nürnberg
Handel in honor of the Hohenzollern 15. Century
Bismarck and the House of Hohenzollern
The seal of the rulers of the Mark Brandenburg 1415 to 1688
The seal of the Prussian kings until the year 1806
The insignia and jewels of the Prussian crown
Entries Brandenburg princes and princesses into ordinary books of the 16. and 17. Century.
Brandenburg-Prussian flag at the time of the first king and elector desletzten 1688-1733
Otto Christoph von Sparr, the first Brandenburg Field Marshal
Writer and Duchess Elizabeth of Munden (+1558) Born Margravine of Brandenburg

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