Heimatliteratur

The Journal Portal Journals @ URMEL

By working with many scientific publishers, more and more online journals are available. By digitizing the easier access to historical journals, while they might be saved from decay. The ThULB (Thuringian University- State Library) offers so on their sides under the symbol “URMEL” The following projects have already been implemented in:



Home literature for the district of Nordhausen and environment

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The district of Nordhausen is the northernmost district of Thuringia. Neighboring districts are in the north and east of Saxony, the two- Anhalt counties resin and Mansfeld-Südharz, in the south of Kyffhäuserkreis, the west of the county Eichsfeld and northwestern districts of Lower Saxony Osterode and Goslar. In the Middle Ages, the region belonged to the county Hohnstein, Nordhausen was himself from 1220 Free Imperial City. By the Peace of Westphalia, the county was in large part to Prussia. In 1802 Nordhausen lost his imperial city status. 1816 entstand ein Kreis Nordhausen innerhalb der neugebildeten preußischen  [...]



Journal of the resin Association for History and Archaeology

The resin Society for History and Archaeology was 1868 Founded in Wernigerode, among others, Edward Jacobs and George Bode. 1877 took over the Wolfenbüttel library director Otto Heinemann for twenty years presided. A longtime former chairman was Judge Walther Large. Took place after the dissolution of the association after the Second World War in the West Zone which was re-established, while it was in the Soviet zone of occupation, no new. Nach der Wiedervereinigung konnte der bis dahin in Braunschweig ansässige Verein auch wieder in den neuen Bundesländern aktiv werden.  [...]



List of home pages Southwestern edge of the Harz

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