Author: John Organ
I asked one leading offiial whether it was true that East Germany operates a large
number of jaming transmitters - their ... en route from Saxony to the Baltic coast , I
casually told my East German companions one Sunday afternoon , " I guess , I ...
Author: Joachim Joesten
Category: Germany (East)
... and neither Brandenburg nor Saxony felt like doing anything that might disturb
the tenuous peace in eastern Germany. ... He pressed a siege against Stralsund,
the only belligerent port on the Baltic which had the facilities to build a fleet ...
Author: William Lowell Putnam
Publisher: Light Technology Publishing
Category: Political Science
Liberties in Germany'. ... III While in particular during the wars for domination of
the Baltic among Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Russia, other then religious
motives dominated,” ... By the same token, a large number of Lutheran dynasties,
primarily in electoral Saxony and Hesse-Darmstadt, had no reason to worry
about the ...
Author: Dr Charles W A Prior
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Russian Baltic Provinces: Linden Estate, 1797-1858." In Households:
Comparative ... "Combining Agrarian and Industrial Livelihood: Rural
Households in the Saxon Oberlausitz in the Nineteenth Century ... 374. FAMILY.
Author: Richard Wall
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
Category: Literary Collections
... arms of continental Saxony contained these associated figures . In the present
instance , the “ eagle ' may be considered the ensign of some Russian or
Prussian tribe or band of warriors that confederated with the regions of the Baltic ,
in the ...
Author: Robert Bigsby
EAST GERMANY REVISITED : CHANGE AT A AT A SNAIL'S PACE As a
Communist showplace , long ago cleaned up ... the Baltic coast , south along the
Polish Red regime do so with an air of resignaborder , through Saxony and
Category: United States
Timmendorfer Strand is a cheerful little resort , where couples lick ice - cream and
make their dogs splash about in the Baltic for bits of wood . ... Instead , it bears a
bronze map of Germany , a map which gives the passing foreigner a sudden
pulse of fear . ... One was the virtual extinction of the Refugee Party ( B . H . E . ) ,
slaughtered in May at the Lower Saxony elections in a State with the second
Category: History, Modern
Totally perplexing sentences abound : “ It is an unprecedented move to abolish
such historic states as Bavaria or Saxony dating back to the time of the Caesars .
... 817 After such pronouncements it hardly surprises to read that it was Germany '
s “ thousand - year aim to annex or at least ... Soviet propaganda about the Baltic
States containing a record number of historic , geographic , and political errors .
Author: Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn
Publisher: Gateway Books
The Kurs , a Lettish tribe , inhabited the marshy plains of Semgallen before
Frankish and Anglo Saxon vassals first arrived in the middle of the eleventh
century . ... Under Henry the Lion the southern Baltic first became a political
reality with the introduction of the Lehnsrecht ; the ... lend ) and only a ' Lehns '
man was considered a true knight of the Holy Roman Emperor of what was then
called Germany .
Author: Margot Paterson
Category: German literature
Such coins were either Gothic, (including Saxon,) Celtic, Frankish, or Moslem, but
never Roman, unless struck by or under the sovereign-pontiff. ... Debonnaire the
same is true of France, Germany, Italy, indeed of all the provinces of the empire,
whose princes were Christians. ... coun- tires of the North and either this coin or
the gold maravedi was the principal medium of exchange in the trade of the Baltic
Author: Alexander Del Mar
Category: Great Britain
In Identity Formation and Diversity in the Early Medieval Baltic and Beyond, contacts between Early Medieval Baltic Finns, Sami, Scandinavians, Slavs and Balts are discussed and exemplified.
For West Germany specifically , in its contribution to employment , exports , and
industrial production , the shipbuilding industry pales in comparison to steel . But
West Germany's shipyards are concentrated in four states within close reach of
the Baltic and North seas : Schleswig - Holstein , Lower Saxony , Hamburg , and
Bremen . ... Nicholas Ziegler , “ The Hare and the Tortoise Revisited : Political
Strategies for Technological Advance in the French and West German
Author: Peter J. Katzenstein
Publisher: Cornell Studies in Political Economy
Category: Business & Economics
Duggleby Howe reconsidered . Archaeological Journal 140 : 83 ... Duggleby
Howe revisited . Oxford Journal of Archaeology 21 ... Forty Years ' Researches
into British and Saxon Burial Mounds of East Yorkshire . London : Brown and
Author: Mats Larsson
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited
Category: Social Science
Since then , country and the North of Germany trade and commerce have poured
nourished that busy seafaring spirit , into wider ... the committed to revisit this
earth , the un mand of the high seas , and evenknown regions of which they ,
when tually to ... Eng . and colonizing Anglo - Saxon race land has victoriously
kept pace with over all the quarters of the globe . this ... Britons , of the Baltic , far
different from the Romans , and Saxons successively decay of the Queen of the
Author: James Anthony Froude
Category: English periodicals
That summer he went home again, only to return in August to Germany, where,
on September 19, we find him again ... up his mind to settle for some time in the
North of Europe, and especially to revisit Upsala and collate the Coder Argenteus
. Combined with this was a desire to see Petersburg and the Baltic Provinces. ...
Gothic, Old High German, and Anglo-Saxon were, so to speak, at his fingers'
Smaller groups of towns were more lasting , among them ( 1259 ) that of the
Baltic towns of Lübeck , Rostock and Wismar , which ... But the Archbishop of
Trier and the Electors of Saxony and Brandenburg chose ( April 1257 ) King
Alfonso , also with the adhesion of Otakar . ... Twice he revisited Germany without
much more effect , although he did his best to establish a Landfriede on the
Rhine and finally ...
Author: Charles William Previté-Orton
Category: Middle Ages