An excellent book of remembrance, Silesian-born men and women from the time of 1180 to the the Present with a brief outline of the history of Silesia.
The major contracts, the 1569 closed with the return of the two bailiwicks Evian and Valley between the Valais and the Duke of Savoy were and some of the prior trial reports have been written both in German and in French and Latin.
Just south of Ghent, the town of Oudenaarde, known by the victory, here the 1708 Marlborough and Prince Eugene won over the French. Symbol a mighty castle, the 1385 was built by Philip the Bold. Emperor Charles V. was accompanied here by his court, and pitched his ministers in the war against the French in his Headquarters. So important in political terms, his stay was, but he found leisure to begin a love affair. It is, here it recognized for the first time the passion for a woman.[...]
With essays on the history and prehistory of Pomerania, Biographical, Culture- and Art History, Family history, Landscapes, Folklore…
The author of this book has made it his mission, a particularly important period of time to edit because of archival research, could be adapted for a variety valuable material. It deals with the time of the loss of Lusatia from the Margrave of Meissen until the annexation of Bohemia, one of the gentlemen Ascanians and Wittelsbach, the pledge of the Wettin rulers and Bolkos Schweidnitz extensive period of almost 70 Years, with the main emphasis of the Wettin period 1350-1364.