Yearbook Prussia

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The Yearbook Preußenland is a specialist journal for the history of Prussia .

History and task

Years 1 (1963) to 47 (2009) were named Prussia - Communications of the Historical Commission for East and West Prussian State Research . In 2010 the magazine was merged with the articles on the history of West Prussia from the Copernicus Association for the History and Regional Studies of West Prussia . The yearbook publishes historical and regional studies on Old Prussia from prehistory and early history to the present. It brings book reviews and acts as a newsletter of the Secret State Archives of Prussian Cultural Heritage , which sponsors the publication annually with a considerable amount.

The current editors are Dieter Heckmann (Secret State Archive), Klaus Neitmann (Brandenburg State Main Archive), Astrid Kaim-Bartels , Sven Tode and Reinhard Hanke .

Authors (journal and yearbook)

"From Saarlouis to Gumbinnen " - Prussia's largest expansion in the German Empire (1871)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Marburg, Elwert [in Komm.], ISSN  0032-7972
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  3. Vincentas Drotvinas (Lithuanian Wikipedia)
  4. Hartmut Freytag (University of Hamburg)
  5. ^ Publications by D. Heckmann
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  7. Anette Löffler (Hugo von Sankt Viktor Institute for Medieval Source Studies)
  8. Zenon Nowak (Polish Wikipedia)
  9. Paesler Publications (Univ. Of Marburg)
  10. Hans Schmauch (Culture Portal West-East)
  11. Roland Seeberg-Elverfeldt (Culture Portal West-East)
  12. Joachim Tauber (IKGN)
  13. Hansheinrich Trunz (culture portal west-east)
  14. Joachim Zdrenka (Polish Wikipedia)