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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 of the Central and Regional Library Berlin. The contents of the classes can be viewed. I have noticed the following example text:

Genealogical research into the history of the Pomeranian Dukes

When the extinction of the Griffin house 1937 to 300. Times anniversary, was the occasion for this book. Scientific genealogies were since 1871, or. 1876 written by Cohn and Klempin ago, but no longer corresponded to the state of research. And so the book begins with the early days of the Pomeranian Princes before Watislaw and Ratibor I. A chapter is devoted to the Swantiboriden, the next the Earl of Güstrow, Duke Barnim I. and his family. (The descent of the North German princely houses to 1300 of the Guelph[...]

History of the Hohenzollern

The KOBV is the common platform of all university- and university libraries, all public libraries and numerous research, Special- and government libraries in Berlin and Brandenburg. Here I have today Rausgepickt subsequent essays, dealing exclusively with the House of Hohenzollern. The individual essays are descended from various editions of the Hohenzollern yearbooks 1898 and offered on the above website as a PDF.