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The history of the city of Gdansk

Chronological History of the City of Danzig, beginning with the prehistory (geographical location, Stone Age, Roman Decade) The history of the city and the meaning of the name, Gdansk Pomeranian time with the first documentary mention. Description of the Pomeranian Dukes. The trading history, especially in conjunction with the city of Lübeck, The German Immigration, German and Slavic populations. The medal for the first time to drop by the Order of Danzig 1308-1410 (The Gdansk Convention Knight, the coffered, Land acquisitions, Danziger Tangible, the relationship to the religious)

Eleonore of Olbreuse, the ancestress of the royal houses of England, Hanover and Prussia

Investigation into the story of her marriage to the Duke of Brunswick-Celle and the time, in a special relationship to marry Ebenbürtigkeits-. Author: Johann Ferdinand Baur tilt, 1859 Eleanor (3.1.1639-5.2.1722) was the daughter of Alexander II. Desmier und seiner Frau Olbreuses of Jacquette Poussard of Vandré. She came from a Huguenot family of low nobility and came 1661 to the Paris court. First, she became the mistress of George William of Brunswick. In 1666 was the only child of this connection to the world.. The official ceremony took 1676 instead of… Digitalisat:

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:

Portraits of the Brandenburg-Prussian rulers to Kaiser Wilhelm II.

Frederick William the Great Elector of Brandenburg (1620-1688) found on his accession, due to the 30-year war and a depopulated country from feral. Born the son of the Elector George William and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, he expected a full education behind secure walls in Küstrin, until he was sent as a 14-year-old crown prince in the Netherlands to perfect his education. He was married to Louise Henriette of Orange, with whom he fathered six children. Luise Henriette von Oranien (1627-1667) was the eldest daughter[...]