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Genealogical tables of the Silesian princes

Piasten

The Piast dynasty spawned numerous dukes and kings, before to 1370 extinct. The name of the founder and patriarch was Piast, Prince of Polans + at 870



The Hohenzollerns and their work (Five hundred years of history)

hohenzollern

The origin and early history of the royal family are like most dynasties, the old times in the back wrapped in darkness and therefore often the subject of unfounded genealogical fantasies and scientific assumptions and issues, which extend up to the present.



Books of the Order of Merit and Honour and other

Orden

Wall crown and laurel wreaths are cast on the Romans, like the golden fleece of the knights of the Middle Ages, or, as in modern times, the Cross of Honour for the soldiers. And if the earlier order was frivolous or origin of certain narrow-minded, purchase if later the same court favor and innate nobility could only, die Abbildungen in diesem Werk sollen daran erinnern, did what any noble purpose as a religious basis: Literature: Elections, August: The Book of the Knight Orders and Decorations : History, Description and images of the insignia of military orders … Nebst einer  [...]



Say from the house of Hohenzollern

Zoller Say, Also legendary traits and characteristics of the life of the Hohenzollern. Excerpt from the contents of the three volumes: The castle and the deer Schalksburg, Origin of Hohenzollern, The foundation of the monastery Stetten, Count Friedrich von Zollern, gen. the Öttinger, The murder count to Nuremberg John Cicero, Joachim I. the Nestor, Joachim II. named Hector, Margrave Hans of Küstrin, Frederick William, the Great Elector, Emperor King William I. Verfasser Carl Trog, Felix Bagel Publishing, Dusseldorf 1885, Download:



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: