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Meantone Organs In North America - Organs in 1/5 Comma, 1/6 Comma and Other Meantone Tunings - New Organs
... North German, French and Dutch 17th- and 18th-century style ... University of North Texas, Main Auditorium (Denton, TX). 1/5 comma meantone, North German 17th-century style ...
List Of National Border Changes From 1815 To 1914 - Europe
... and the reorganization of the German states ... The Duchy of Limburg separated from Netherlands and joined in the German Confederation 1860 - The process of Italian unification begins to take place. 1867 - Prussia and the north German states unite to form the North German Federation ...
Prussian Navy - The 19th Century
... The German Confederation possessed practically no fleet of its own, but relied upon the allied powers of Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Denmark ... Within a few days, the Danish Navy halted all German maritime trade in the North and Baltic Seas ... Brommy and Ludwig von Henk, who eventually became an admiral in the Imperial German Navy ...
Postage Stamps And Postal History Of The North German Confederation
... One of the functions of the North German Confederation was to handle the mail and issue postage stamps, which it began doing, by means of the North German Postal Union (Norddeutschen Postbezirks), on 1 January 1868 ... Federation stamps were superseded on 1 January 1872 by the first issues of the German Empire ...
January 1 - Events
... becomes the first black republic and second independent country in North America after the United States 1806 – The French Republican Calendar is abolished. 1916 – German troops abandon Yaoundé and their Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea. 1945 – World War II The German Luftwaffe launches Operation Bodenplatte, a massive, but failed attempt to knock out Allied air power in northern Europe in a single blow ...

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