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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 Stralsund 20877531911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 — Stralsund STRALSUND, a seaport of Germany, in the Prussian
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  • the Trebel and the Tollense), 72 m. W.N.W. of Stettin, on the Berlin-Stralsund railway. Pop. (1905) 12,541. It has manufactures of textiles, besides
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  • a hidden fight, When the Baltic ran from the Northern Light And the Stralsund fought the two. Now this is the Law of the Muscovite, that he proves
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  • 1253); Stralsund (1254); Pyritz (before 1286); Greifenberg (before 1290); Dramburg (after 1350); the Dominicans at: Kammin (about 1228); Stralsund (1251);
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  • its mouth on the Baltic at the little port of Wyk, and 20 m. S.E. from Stralsund by rail. Pop. (1875) 18,022, (1905) 23,750. It has wide and regular streets
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  • of seven large merchant-ships, in face of 1500 French soldiers, near Stralsund. On his return to England with Capt. Bowles in the Ceres frigate, after
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  • Rügen RÜGEN, an island of Germany, in the Baltic, immediately opposite Stralsund, 1½ m. off the north-west coast of Pomerania in Prussia, from which it
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  • the Barther Bodden, a lake connecting with the Baltic, 15 m. N.W. from Stralsund by rail. Pop. (1900) 7070. It contains a fine Gothic Protestant church
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  • The most important harbors on the Baltic are Copenhagen, Kiel, Lübeck, Stralsund, Stettin, Dantzic, Königsberg, Memel, Riga, Narva, Kronstadt, Sveaborg
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  • born at Magdeburg on the 24th of February 1829. He was brought up at Stralsund, where his father was in 1835 appointed government architect; he attended
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  • Pomerania and govern ment of Stralsund, is situated on the Ryck, 3 miles from its mouth in the Baltic, and 20 miles S. by E. of Stralsund, It has wide and regular
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  • krōō'ze, Heinrich (1815-1902). A German dramatist and publicist, born at Stralsund. He studied philology at the universities of Bonn and Berlin. In 1847
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  • mile. The province is officially divided into the three districts of Stralsund, Stettin and Köslin, but more historical interest attaches to the names
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  • BURMEISTER, bo͞or′mī̇s-tẽr, Hermann (1807-92). A German naturalist, born in Stralsund. He studied medicine and natural history at Halle, and in 1837 became
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  • HAUPT, houpt, Erich (1841—). A German Protestant theologian, born at Stralsund, and educated at Berlin. He was professor of New Testament exegesis, successively
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  • Pomerania, Prussia, on the bay of the same name, 17 miles northwest of Stralsund (Map: Prussia, E 1). It has a church dating from the Thirteenth Century
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  • mouth in the Kleines Haff, and 53 m. N.W. of Stettin, by the railway to Stralsund. Pop. (1900) 14,602. The fortifications of Anklam were dismantled in 1762
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  • of seven large merchant-ships, in face of 1500 French soldiers, near Stralsund), he proceeded, in 1813, to South America, and was for twelve months employed
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  • who destroyed 465 of Bogislav’s 500 ships in a naval action off Strela (Stralsund) in 1184. In the following year Bogislav did homage to Canute on the deck
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  • the towns by Podbusk and the Danish Council of State at the congress of Stralsund, 1370. The conditions of peace were naturally humiliating for Valdemar
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