Posts Tagged ‘ Prussia ’

Matriculation of the manors from all circles of the Prussian State

Hand-Matrikel

The names of the owners of the individual goods have been received indicating how long the items were owned by the family.



Seal of medieval Poland, Lithuania, Silesia, Pomerania and Prussia

Siegel-Polen

A contribution to the promotion of diplomatic, genealogical, numismatic and art-historical studies of Slavic originally part of the Prussian monarchy, with historical notes and a detailed description of each seal. The work begins with the seal of Duke Leszek the Wise, which 1194 upon the death of his father, Kazimierz the righteous even in childhood was. In this book we find the descriptions and seal of Duke Conrad of Mazovia, König Przemyslaw II., the Queen of Poland Richeza. She was the daughter of Count Palatine of the Rhine's Ezo (+ 1035) and Mechthild[...]



The life history of the State Minister Robert Victor von Puttkamer

Robert was on Victor von Puttkamer 5. More 1828 Frankfurt on the Oder was born the second son of the former Council on Court of Appeal of Eugene Puttkamer. His life-stages, starting with a description of his descent, the history of the sex of Puttkamer and the von Zitzewitz. His youth and life as a district administrator to 1866, Puttkamer government as President and Chief President and 1879, Standing up to the Puttkamer 1881, Career as a Minister of the Interior, his reforms, correspondence with Bismark and a description of the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm I activity.



The great Prussian royal coat of arms

It is not uninteresting to trace, What changes, the Royal Prussian coat of arms has been subjected. In the Stillfried 1875 out a given work we find a compilation of all arms since Frederick I. Under Frederick William III. appeared in 1817 A new coat of arms vervollständigtes. The same is stayed until 1864 unchanged, it was by a Cabinet Order of His Majesty the 11. August 1873 a change in the coat of arms arranged.



History and Description of the former castle fortresses and castles knight of the Prussian monarchy

From this multi-volume work is now the 1. Band forms, provided by the Saxon State Library in Dresden. The old castle strongholds in the provinces of the Kingdom Preusse, especially in Silesia, Thuringia, the Duchy of Saxony and Westphalia, etc. all have the same fate, they lie in ruins. War, Fire or newer owners, which the walls were leaving and the time of weathering are responsible.