Hanover Archive

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Wolf-Rüdiger Reinicke , until 2013 Managing Director of the Hanover Industry Club , here still in the PVC drawers of the Hanover Archive in the rooms of the Friends of Hanover , also the Wikipedia office in Hanover
15 volumes in mid-2013 in a milk house in Eilenriede

Hannover Archive is a loose-leaf collection with facsimiles of certificates and historical documents, in particular from the history of the city of Hannover . The work was published from 1979 in monthly single deliveries for filing in folders from the Archiv Verlag . A total of 15 folders labeled on the spine were supplied with the supplementary edition , which comprises five volumes .

The editor was Franz Rudolf Zankl , the images often came from the Hanover Historical Museum .

The authors commenting on the works shown and their abbreviations were (in alphabetical order): Rosemarie Drenkhahn (RD), Jürgen Eyssen, Thomas Grabe (TG), Beate Grubert (BG), Hartwig Guratzsch, Fritz Klein, Klaus Mlynek , Norbert Nobis (NN ), Joachim Raedr (JR), Alheidis von Rohr , Klaus Schneider, Rita Seidel (RS), Dietmar Storch, Theo Strutz (Th.S.), Helmut Zimmermann and the editor Franz Rudolf Zankl (FRZ).

Web links

Commons : Hannover Archive  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Compare the information under the GND number of the German National Library
  2. Richard Borek , Thomas Prüsse (responsible): Our main idea. (No longer available online.) In: archivverlag.de. Archived from the original on October 11, 2014 ; accessed on January 25, 2019 .
  3. Ernst Albrecht : Preface to the first volume (without page number)
  4. a b c Compare the documentation at Commons (see under the section Weblinks )