|coat of arms||Germany map|
|State :||Lower Saxony|
|Height :||110 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||55.44 km 2|
|Residents:||31,756 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||573 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||49124|
|Area code :||05401|
|License plate :||OS , BSB, MEL, WTL|
|Community key :||03 4 59 019|
|LOCODE :||DE GMH|
|City structure:||6 districts|
City administration address :
|Oeseder Strasse 85
|Mayoress :||Dagmar Bahlo ( SPD )|
|Location of the city of Georgsmarienhütte in the Osnabrück district|
Georgsmarienhütte is a town and an independent municipality in the southwest of the Osnabrück district in Lower Saxony . Its most important architectural monument is the former monastery church of the former Oesede monastery, built in the 12th century in the district of the same name.
The "City in the Green" is located in the Osnabrück region between the city of Osnabrück in the north and the Teutoburg Forest in the south. On the southern border of Bad Iburg is the 331 meter high Dörenberg , the highest point in the Lower Saxon part of this low mountain range . Geographically located Georgsmarienhütte so in Osnabrück hills .
clockwise starting from north
City structure and area of the respective city districts
The information on the number of inhabitants and area information relates to the reference date July 1, 2017.
(Ew / km²)
(including Malbergen )
(including Dröper )
In Georgsmarienhütte there are the following churches and their parishes:
- Sacred Heart of Jesus (Alt-Georgsmarienhütte)
- St. Anthony of Padua, Ohrbeck Monastery
- St. Peter and Paul (Georgsmarienhütte-Oesede )
- Holy Spirit Church (Georgsmarienhütte-Oesede)
- Maria Frieden (Harderberg)
- St. Johann / St. Marien ( Oesede Monastery )
- Since February 2009 the parishes Herz Jesu and St. Antonius von Padua have formed the parish community Georgsmarienhütte-West. The existing parish community Georgsmarienhütte-Ost consisting of the parishes of St. Peter and Paul, Holy Spirit and St. Maria Frieden was expanded in May 2009 to include the parish of St. Johann / St. Marien expanded. Thus there are two Catholic pastoral teams, each with a leading pastor with offices in St. Peter and Paul or St. Antonius of Padua, as well as with several pastors and pastoral or parish officers and pastoral workers. There is also a small wooden church, the Brother Klaus Church, which belongs to the Catholic rural community college in Oesede.
The Catholic Christians from the Holsten-Mündrup district belong to the Kath. Dionysius parish in Bissendorf (district of Osnabrück).
- Luther Church (Alt-Georgsmarienhütte)
- King Christ (Oesede)
- Resurrection (Oesede Monastery)
- The evangelical congregations have been working together since 2009 in a cooperation of pastors , deacons and in congregational projects.
- The Evangelical Lutheran Christians from the Holzhausen district belong to the Apostle community in Osnabrück - Sutthausen .
The Evangelical Reformed Christians from Georgsmarienhütte are members of the Evangelical Reformed community in Osnabrück.
Apostel-Engelauf-Church (Oesede, since December 2014 decommissioned)
- Due to the age structure, the New Apostolic Congregation belongs to the Dissen - Bad Rothenfelde congregation .
- The Turkish - Islamic community in Georgsmarienhütte is subordinate to the umbrella organization DITIB .
After 1857 the Georgs-Marien-Bergwerks- und Hüttenverein built an ironworks in the municipality of Malbergen . It was named after the last ruler of the Kingdom of Hanover , Georg V and his wife Marie . The Georgsmarienhütte community emerged from the associated workers' colony in 1860. After years of spatial expansion, Malbergen was incorporated into the municipality in 1937. In 1970 the rural communities of Oesede, Kloster Oesede, Harderberg, Holsten-Mündrup, southern Holzhausen and the industrial village of Georgsmarienhütte merged to form the new community Georgsmarienhütte. This received city rights on September 19, 1970. Since then it has been referred to as an "industrial city in the country". After the dismantling of the steelworks, people have only spoken of the “city in the country” for a few years.
From 1857 to 1925, Monbrillant Castle stood in Georgsmarienhütte , which was built in Hanover in the 18th century as a pleasure palace . There it was dismantled and rebuilt in Georgsmarienhütte as a house for the directors of the iron and steel works. In 1925 it gave way to the expansion of the iron and steel works. The name Schloßstraße reminds of the earlier castle .
The following overview shows the population of Georgsmarienhütte in each area (on December 31st). The numbers are updates by the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony based on the census of May 9, 2011 .
The city council currently has 38 members from five parties or groups. The mayor is also the chairman of the council with voting rights.
The following table shows the local election results since 1996.
|City Council Georgsmarienhütte: Election results and city councils|
|2016 - 2021||44.0||17th||33.1||13||14.5||5||3.7||1||4.0||2||-||-||100||38||61.1|
Sources: State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony, District of Osnabrück.
The data from the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology were used in the case of different information in the sources mentioned,
as they are generally more plausible. The results of the 2016 local elections come from the city of Georgsmarienhütte ( http://wahl-georgsmarienhuette.de/ )
- since June 1, 2019 Dagmar Bahlo (SPD)
- 2011–2019 Ansgar Pohlmann (CDU)
- 1996–2011 Heinz Lunte (CDU)
- 1986–1991 Hans Tegeler (CDU)
- 1970–1986 Ludwig Siepelmeyer (CDU)
Since 1996 as full-time mayor
- Emmen ( Netherlands )
- Ramat Hasharon ( Israel )
- Kłodzko (rural municipality) (German Glatz, Poland )
- Remagen (Germany)
- Saint-Macaire-en-Mauges , La Renaudière , part of the municipality of Sèvremoine since 2016 , and Saint-Philbert-en-Mauges , part of the municipality of Beaupréau-en-Mauges ( France )
Coat of arms, flag and banner
|Banner, coat of arms and flag|
|Blazon : "In the red shield a silver, crowned, soaring leopard."|
|Foundation of the coat of arms: The coat of arms was awarded to the municipality of Oesede in 1951 by the Lower Saxony Minister of the Interior. It was continued by the town of Georgsmarienhütte, which was newly founded in 1970, and is derived in a hardly changed form from the coat of arms of the founder of the Oesede Monastery , the Counts of Oesede. The colors come from the coat of arms of the County of Ravensberg .|
The banner and flag have also been awarded with the coat of arms:
"The city's flag consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors red, white and red, and it shows the city's coat of arms on a white background."
- The correct description is: "The hoisted flag shows the coat of arms of the city on a white track accompanied by two red vertical stripes in a ratio of 1: 3: 1."
- In addition, the city carries a banner: "It shows the coat of arms moved upwards on a white track accompanied by two red vertical stripes in a ratio of 1: 3: 1."
Culture and sights
- City Museum Villa Stahmer
- the former Oesede monastery in the district named after the monastery with its monastery church
- Hermannsturm on the Dörenberg , viewing platform at a height of 352 m
- Varus tower on the Lammersbrink , identical to the Hermannsturm
- Art Nouveau villa of the industrial family Stahmer from 1900, today Museum Villa Stahmer
- Villa Stahmer's coach house from 1900, Carl-Stahmer-Weg 13, today the Paletti art school
- Augustaschacht Ohrbeck , memorial commemorating the labor education camp
- Ohrbeck Monastery in Holzhausen
- Eaves-standing residential / farm building from 1830, Oeseder Straße 96
- Memorial of the Augustaschacht in Ohrbeck
- Stumbling blocks
- Frescoes in the crypt of the Heilig-Geist-Kirche , dedicated to the martyrs and confessors of the 20th century
- Theodor Holste Monument (Casino Park in Alt-Georgsmarienhütte)
- Carl Wintzer monument (casino park in Alt-Georgsmarienhütte)
- Memorial stone Hohe Linde
- Ottoschacht monument
- Gaußstein (technical monument on the Dörenberg)
The houses on Schlossstrasse are characteristic of the residential buildings that were built in the 19th century as company apartments in Georgsmarienhütte
The Artium Forum at the Kasinoteich in Alt-Georgsmarienhütte regularly organizes concerts with participants in its masterclasses in its own chamber concert hall. Every year the Forum Artium organizes the Musica Viva festival , which was founded in 1989 as the “Days of Early Music in Osnabrücker Land”. Venues are historically valuable buildings in Osnabrück and the surrounding area.
Every year the “Hütte Rockt” open-air festival takes place in the Harderberg district . Here bands perform regionally (for example “ Frog Bog Dosenband ”), but also nationally known (for example “ JBO ”, “Heart disease”, “ Serum 114 ”, “ Donots ”, “ Jupiter Jones ”). The focus is on styles of music from rock to metal . The Waldbühne Kloster Oesede is the venue for a varied musical program.
- February: Hut Sunday / Carnival parade
- April: Hut market in Alt-Georgsmarienhütte
- May: Cityfest
- May: Kirmes Kloster Klipp
- July: Flea market around the town hall
- July: Holi Farbrauschfest
- July: Casino Park Festival (Festival of Lights)
- July / August: drive-in cinema , Hut Rockt Festival
- September: Fair in Holzhausen and Oesede
- October: pub crawl
- November: Oeseder fire evening (street festival)
- November: Hut meal (Kolpinghaus Alt-Georgsmarienhütte)
- Late November to early January: GMHütte on Ice ice rink
- December: Christmas markets
Infrastructure and economy
Georgsmarienhuette is by extending in the north-south direction national road B 51 without crossing on the road network on the motorway A 30 attached. There are also connections to the A 33 and B 68 in north-south direction in the districts of Harderberg and Kloster Oesede . State road L 95 runs in an east-west direction .
The next ICE stop is Osnabrück main station . The Hamburg - Bremen - Ruhr area ( Wanne-Eickel – Hamburg railway ) and Amsterdam - Hanover - Berlin ( Löhne – Rheine railway ) intersect in this tower station .
The Osnabrück – Bielefeld ( KBS 402 ) railway runs through the city , on which the regional train “ Haller Willem ” RB 75 runs every hour . There are stops in Oesede and Oesede Monastery. Local rail passenger transport is carried out by the NordWestBahn , which uses Talent diesel multiple units for speeds of up to 120 km / h. Certain settlement areas of the city are also close to train stops in neighboring towns, so the Osnabrück-Sutthausen station can be reached by bus from Holzhausen and the nearest station from the Brannenheide settlement is Wellendorf in Hilter. The Georgsmarienhütte – Hasbergen railway line is only used for freight traffic . It had a train station in Georgsmarienhütte and one in Holzhausen-Patkenhof. The freight line provides a connection to the Wanne-Eickel – Hamburg railway and thus also the connection to the port of Osnabrück, which is important for the steelworks .
In road passenger transport associate regional buses to Bad Iburg, Bad Laer , Glandorf , Hagen, Hilter-Borgloh, Hilter, Dissen , Bad Rothenfelde as well as in 10-minute intervals to Osnabrück . Oesede-Gildehaus is an important bus stop as the junction of the bus routes in the southern district of Osnabrück; it is also close to the Oesede train station and the Oeseder Straße shopping street. There is also a bus to Osnabrück every 20 minutes in Holzhausen, in the other direction it sometimes continues to Hagen or Malbergen.
The town of Georgsmarienhütte has a very strong commuter network to and from Osnabrück. As part of the planning of the planning company Nahverkehr Osnabrück (PlaNOS), there are considerations to interrupt lines at the city limits, for example for the connection from Hagen, Holzhausen to Osnabrück-Mitte with a transfer point in Os.-Sutthausen at the city limits or with the interruption of the Line from Osnabrück via Oesede, Dröper, Brannenheide to Wellendorf- Borgloh with a break between Brannenheide and Wellendorf at the city limits.
In September 2014, the previous continuous bus route 472 Gmh.-Malbergen - Gmh.-Holzhausen (von-Galen-Straße) - Osnabrück-Sutthausen - Osnabrück-Neumarkt at the city limits between Georgsmarienhütte and Osnabrück was interrupted and an additional change at the city limits was introduced ( then from bus 462 to bus 71, 72), with which the PlaNOS starts the additional transfer points at the border from city to district Osnabrück as part of the planning of trolleybuses ending at the city border.
The city of Georgsmarienhütte is a medium-sized center in regional spatial planning with the functional focus on work, living, relaxation and a retail offer for both everyday and medium-term needs.
as a business location with a differentiated medium-sized economic structure, the city has a job density ( social insurance jobs divided by population) of approximately 1: 3, and thus the largest influx of commuters of all communities in the district Osnabrück. The unemployment rate is low. There is an office of the Federal Employment Agency and a branch of the municipal employment agency of the Osnabrück district, MaßArbeit kAöR ( job center ). The town of Georgsmarienhütte is a commuter community, where there were a total of 8,984 in-commuters and 8,852 out-commuters in 2014 among employees subject to social insurance, while only 3,994 employees also live and work in the city itself. The strongest commuter network with 4,532 outbound commuters and 2,322 inbound commuters is with Osnabrück. Furthermore, there are commuter ties, especially with other municipalities in the district of Osnabrück; 870 in-commuters from Hagen aTW and 237 out-commuters to Hagen aTW, 549 in-commuters from Hilter aTW and 339 out-commuters to Hilter aTW, as well as 476 in-commuters from Bad Iburg and 247 Commuters to Bad Iburg. Between 80 and 400 inbound and outbound commuters, there are commuter ties with Hasbergen, Bad Laer , Bad Rothenfelde, Dissen , Melle , Bissendorf, Belm .
Characterized by the steel industry, a business location with a large number of companies with around 13,500 jobs has developed in the last few decades, also due to the good infrastructure.
The most important industrial company remains the eponymous steelworks Georgsmarienhütte GmbH , which belongs to the Georgsmarienhütte group of companies . The third largest employer after Niels-Stensen-Kliniken GmbH, which operates two local hospitals, is Oeseder Möbel-Industrie Mathias Wiemann GmbH & Co. KG (Wiemann Möbel). Due to the proximity to the automobile manufacturer Karmann , there were also spin-offs in the automobile industry. The WELP GROUP is represented locally with Farmingtons Automotive GmbH (formerly pgam ) and with further locations in Wilkau-Haßlau , Wolfsburg , Neckarsulm and Warwick (UK). The SD Automotive, with a location in Hartwell ( Georgia ) is a service provider for the automotive industry. Belec Spektrometrie Opto-Elektronik GmbH is a medium-sized high-tech company that manufactures optical emission spectrometers for metal analysis and sells them worldwide. The food industry ( DMK Deutsches Milchkontor , Indasia Gewürzwerk , Confiserie Gustav Berning GmbH ) and the construction industry ( MBN Bau , BWG Betonwerk Georgsmarienhütte GmbH) also have medium-sized branches on site. With jpc -schallplatten Versandhandelsgesellschaft mbH, not only a media mail order company, but also the music label cpo (classic production osnabrück) , 2015 Grammy award winner, have their headquarters in Georgsmarienhütte. The organ building company Orgelbau Kreienbrink , which was taken over in 1841 by the organ builder Ludwig Rohlfing , is a long-established company .
In addition to elementary and secondary schools, there is a secondary school and the Oesede grammar school . The school, like the special school Comenius school sponsored by the district Osnabrück . In the district of Holsten-Mündrup there is the Dionysiushaus children's and youth education center . Reading is promoted in the Georgsmarienhütte City Library (church public library with over 44,000 media) with its facilities in the districts of Oesede (main office), Holzhausen, Oesede Monastery, Harderberg and Alt-Georgsmarienhütte (Kirchstrasse and Hindenburgstrasse). The art school Paletti, a non-profit art school for children, young people and adults, is supported by the city of Georgsmarienhütte. The communal district music school is represented with a branch. With the Forum Artium , Georgsmarienhütte is also the seat of an academy for music and international master classes.
Adults can take part in adult education courses or in the Catholic rural community college "Johannes-Schlömann-Schule" in Oesede. A state-recognized educational institution and home folk college run by the Order of the Franciscans (OFM) and the Diocese of Osnabrück is located in the Ohrbeck Monastery in Holzhausen with "Haus Ohrbeck" . The Osnabrück University and the University of Osnabrück are located around 11 km away.
There are three hospitals in the city . The Niels-Stensen-Kliniken GmbH, an ecclesiastical hospital operator based in Georgsmarienhütte, operates the Franziskus -Hospital Harderberg. Seven medical departments and an outpatient department mainly care for patients from Osnabrück and the southern district. The Magdalenen Clinic , a private clinic for psychotherapy , psychosomatics and psychiatry, is located in the immediate vicinity, under the same sponsorship . The location of the Osnabrück Clinic at the Kasinopark offers a range of therapeutic options that go beyond the scope of normal internal medicine. The focus is on geriatrics and the addiction competence center .
28 sports clubs offer a wide range of traditional as well as special sports. In addition to sports halls, running tracks and a large number of sports grounds, there are also two swimming pools, the panorama pool with 50 m outdoor pool, adventure area and indoor pool, and the forest pool. A beach volleyball , a skater facility and a mini golf course are also part of the offer.
Associations and choirs
- Kolping family Georgsmarienhütte / Malbergen eV
- Musikverein 1860
- Klosteraner Schützenkapelle from 1982
- Schützenverein Harderberg from 1653 e. V.
- Shooting club Holsten-Mündrup from 1904 eV
- Schützenverein Holzhausen from 1886/1957 eV
- Malbergen rifle club from 1889
- Schützenverein Kloster Oesede from 1660 eV
- German Life Saving Society Local group Georgsmarienhütte e. V.
- Hockey Club Georgsmarienhütte
- Police Sports Club Georgsmarienhütte eV
- Schachgemeinschaft Oesede-Georgsmarienhütte eV
- Swimming club Georgsmarienhütte from 1957 eV
- Sports club BSV Holzhausen 1924 eV
- Sports club Sportfreunde Oesede Georgsmarienhütte eV 1921
- Sports club SV Harderberg 1950 eV
- Sports club VfL Kloster Oesede eV 1928
- Sports club Viktoria 08 Georgsmarienhütte e. V.
- Gymnastics club "Gut Heil" from 1870 e. V.
- Motorcycle Club FLYING WHEELS Motorcycle Club from 1977 eV
- Mixed choir Oesede
- Mixed choir Harderberg
- Georgsmarienhütte male choir
- Bach choir
- Small choir
- Schola St. Peter and Paul
- Children's choir The organ pipes
- Youth Choir St. Maria Frieden
- Mountain Singers
- Ecumenical children's choir
- Church choir Cäcilia
- Gospel choir Good News
- Church choir Cantus Firmus Protestant church district
- Heart choir of the Herz-Jesu-Gemeinde Alt-Georgsmarienhütte
People and personalities
Born in Georgsmarienhütte
- Gerhard Ritter von Vering (1755–1823), Dr. of medicine, knight of the Austrian Imperial Leopold Order
- Joseph Anton Hemann (1816–1897), German-American educator, newspaper editor and banker
- Ernst Stahmer (1867–1929), entrepreneur, councilor of commerce , Dr. hc, owner of the United Railway Signal Works in Georgsmarienhütte, President of the Osnabrück Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 1915 to 1929
- Franz Kampers (1868–1929), historian
- Franz Gartmann (1881–1956), cathedral priest in Osnabrück from 1935 to 1955, clergyman
- Walther Kranz (1884–1960), classical philologist and historian of philosophy
- Hans Brune (1889–1977), politician ( SPD ), member of the state parliament in Rhineland-Palatinate
- Bernhard Huys (1895–1973), painter, co-founder and chairman of the Association of Friends of Worpswedes for many years
- Fritz Heringhaus (1905–1959), politician (SPD), from 1945 to 1947 honorary mayor of the municipality of Oesede and from 1951 to 1955 member of the Lower Saxony state parliament
- Gretel Hartung (1923–1990), opera and operetta singer
- Josef Tegeler (1926–2013), entrepreneur and politician ( CDU ), district administrator of the Osnabrück district from 1964 to 1993, then honorary district administrator
- Ernst-Otto Meyer (1927-2010), football player
- Hans Kaiser (* 1938), politician ( SPD ), member of the Lower Saxony state parliament from 1970 to 1990
- Hans Peter Adamski (* 1947), visual artist , painter and professor of painting
- Werner F. Ebke (* 1951), professor of civil law, commercial law, international private law and tax law and editor of the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung
- Günter Knoblich (* 1953), soccer player
- Joachim Rieke (* 1960), pianist , music teacher and professor of piano playing
- Jürgen Abromeit (* 1960), manager
- Conny Dachs (* 1963), porn actor
- Susanne Albers (* 1965), computer scientist
- Dagmar Bahlo (* 1965), lawyer and mayor of Georgsmarienhütte
- Kay Ray (* 1965), cabaret artist and travesty artist
- Kay Peter Jankrift (* 1966), historian and medical historian
- Stefan Vinke (* 1966), opera singer ( tenor )
- Mario Haunhorst (* 1967), glass and light artist
- Oliver Zapel (* 1968), soccer player and coach
- André Bücker (* 1969), director and general manager
- Stefan Niggemeier (* 1969), media journalist
- Matthias Pees (* 1970), theater critic and dramaturge
- Jan Peter Bechtluft (* 1971), local politician and Mayor of Papenburg (CDU)
- Hardy Schwetter (* 1971), musician and actor
- Svantje Wascher (* 1972), actress, presenter and voice actress
- André Marx (* 1973), author
- Christine Adams (* 1974), pole vaulter
- Nicole Brandebusemeyer (* 1974), soccer player
- Daniel Thioune (* 1974), soccer player and coach
- Sascha Weidner (1974–2015), photographer and artist
- Tobias Lehmkuhl (* 1976), literary critic and author.
- Richard Spiegelburg (* 1977), athlete , participant in the 2003 World Athletics Championships
- Martin Zumsande (* 1981), chess player
- Silke Spiegelburg (* 1986), track and field athlete and Olympic participant
- Jan Lüke (* 1989), rowing world champion
- Kristina Börner (* 1990), soccer player, former U-20 world champion
- Stefanie Hiekmann (* 1990), food journalist and cookbook author
- Patrick Stühlmeyer (* 1990), show jumper
- Gerrit Nauber (* 1992), soccer player, former U-17 European champion
Connected to Georgsmarienhütte
- Georg V, King of Hanover (1819–1878) and his wife Marie von Sachsen-Altenburg (1818–1907) gave the Georgs-Marien-Bergwerks- und Hüttenverein, founded in 1856, their name, giving today's town of Georgsmarienhütte its name
- Carl Stahmer (1833–1905), founder of the United Railway Signal Works in Oesede, patron and builder of the Villa Stahmer
- Hermann Sandkämper (* 1930), industrial technician and politician ( CDU ), works council of Georgsmarienhütte GmbH, from 1967 to 1990 member of the Lower Saxony state parliament for the Georgsmarienhütte electoral district
- Burkhard Ritz (* 1931), farmer and politician (CDU), honorary mayor of the municipality of Oesede from 1963 to 1965, finance minister from 1980 to 1986 and agriculture minister from 1986 to 1990 for the government of Lower Saxony
- Volker Issmer (* 1943), teacher, historian and writer from Osnabrück, childhood in Kloster-Oesede, merits in the establishment of the Ohrbeck Labor Education Camp Memorial , honorary gift from the city of Georgsmarienhütte
- Dietmar Hexel (* 1949), trade unionist , politician, employee representative at Georgsmarienhütte GmbH
- Jürgen Großmann (* 1952), entrepreneur and manager, partner of Georgsmarienhütte Holding GmbH , former CEO of the energy company RWE in Essen
- Jan Korte (* 1977), politician ( Die Linke ) since 2005 member of the German Bundestag , grew up in Oesede, graduated from high school in Oesede in 1997
in chronological ascending order
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- Susanne Meyer: Heavy industrial island and rural environment: Georgsmarienhütte 1856–1933. Plant and community, origin, settlement and social structure at a rural industrial location . Coppenrath, Münster 1991, ISBN 3-88547-805-6 ( full text as PDF ), 430 pp.
- Inge Becher, Wolfgang Seegrün (Red.): Georgsmarienhütte. Young City - Old Traditions: Festschrift on the occasion of 900 years of the church in Oesede, 825 years of Oesede monastery, 135 years of Georgsmarienhütte, 25 years of the city of Georgsmarienhütte . In: Contributions to the history of Georgsmarienhütte and its districts , Volume 2. Stadt Georgsmarienhütte, Georgsmarienhütte 1995, ISBN 978-3-9803658-2-6 , 303 pp.
- Volker Issmer: The Ohrbeck labor education camp near Osnabrück. Steinbacher Druck, Osnabrück 2000, ISBN 3-9805661-9-6 , 480 pp.
- Inge Becher (author) and Gisbert Gramberg (photos): Georgsmarienhütte: At every step . Wartberg, Gudensberg-Gleichen 2005, ISBN 978-3-8313-1306-8 , 108 pp.
- Oliver Driesen : Black as slag, red as embers: the astonishing history of Georgsmarienhütte and its group of companies . Hoffmann and Campe, Hamburg 2006, ISBN 978-3-455-50004-2 , 310 pp.
- Inge Becher (author), Nils Tiemeyer (illustrator): History of the city of Georgsmarienhütte for children: Narrated by Leo, the rising leopard . City of Georgsmarienhütte, Georgsmarienhütte 2007, ISBN 978-3-00-022287-0 , 54 pp.
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