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Saalfeld is a town in Germany, capital of the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district of Thuringia. It is best known internationally as the ancestral seat of the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha branch of the Saxon House of Wettin, which was renamed the House of Windsor during their British reign in 1917.
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Intramedullary Nailing (2015)
A Comprehensive Guide by Pol Maria Rommens, Martin H. Hessmann
Saalfeld is a small city in the Eastern Part of Germany in ...
Being a Guide Through Holland, Belgium, Prussia, and Northern Germany, and Along the Rhine, from Holland to Switzerland : with an Index Map
Saalfeld is a very ancient walled town, in the midst of the Thuringian forest, and contains 4,800 inhabitants. The Rathhausia the market-place is a venerable Gothic edifice. The Gothic Church of St. John was built 1212, out of funds produced by ...
by Klaus Goetz, Kenneth Dyson
Thomas Saalfeld is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the xii Notes on Contributors.
by Edward Augustus DOMEIER
SAALFELD is a town with 620 houses and 3900 inhabitants, belonging to the Duke of SaxeCoburg. The most remarkable objects are, the Old Chateau, and a handsome New Chateau, containing several collections; ...
An Hand-book for the Travellers on the Continent Being a Guide Through Holland, Belgium, Prussia, and Northern Germany, and Along the Rhine, from Holland to Switzerland (1838)
Saalfeld is a very ancient walled town, in the midst of the Thuringian forest, and contains 4800 inhabitants. The Rathhaus in the market-place is a venerable Gothic edifice. The Gothic Church of St. John was built 1212, out of funds produced by ...
A Hand-Book for Travellers on the Continent: being a guide through Holland, Belgium, Prussia, and Northern Germany, and along the Rhine, from Holland to Switzerland ... By John Murray III. With an index map (1870)
by John Murray (Firm)
Saalfeld is a very ancient walled town, in the midst of the Thurin 'an forest, ...
by O. A. WALTHER
Saalfeld. Hausgesetz über die Nichtverbindlichkeit der Regierungs-Nachfolger, die Schulden u. Verausscrullgen der Regierungs-Vorfahren anzuerkennen. ш. Leipzig. Rabenhorst. 1802. 16 gr. Sammlung kleiner in Journalell ulld krit. Blättern ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1899)
SAALFELD, a busy little town of Germ any, in the eastern horn of the crescent- shaped duchy of Saxe-Meiningen, is picturesquely situated on the left bank of the Saale (here spanned by a bridge), 24 miles south of Weimar and 77 miles ...
A new biographical dictionary, of 3000 cotemporary public characters, British and foreign, of all ranks and professions (1825)
SAALFELD. Is a younger son of the Prince of Cobourg, who commanded the comhined armies against France. The small incomes possessed by the junior branches of some of the royal houses of Germany, compel them to endeavour to ...
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