Country team in CC Rhenania Jena

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State : Thuringia
University : Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Founding: 1828 in Jena
Association: Coburg Convent
Motto: Fearless and faithful!
Boy colors: Boy colors of the country team Rhenania zu Jena and Marburg
Fox colors: Fox colors of the Landsmannschaft Rhenania zu Jena and Marburg
Coat of arms:
Circle: Circle of the Landsmannschaft Rhenania zu Jena and Marburg
Address: Saalbahnhofstrasse 19

07743 Jena


The Landsmannschaft Rhenania Jena was founded in 1828 and is a colorful and compulsory student union in the Coburg Convent . It has almost 170 members. The Landsmannschaft is politically and denominationally independent.


History of the Landsmannschaft Rhenania

The Landsmannschaft was founded in 1828 by 20 Jenenser students in the old university building as an Academic Singing Association under the original name "Academic Singing Association Paulus". Although it had its own statutes, it did not yet have any strict corporate structures. In the winter semester of 1836/37, Carl Zeiss joined the Singverein (his son Roderich Zeiss did the same in 1870). The first suspension in 1857 was followed by reconstitution on March 2, 1862 under the name “Academic Choral Society Paulus”, which took on stricter corporate forms and from 1871 onwards was blue-white-blue.

In 1881 the colors were changed to blue-white-red. A little later the name was changed to Rhenania and the Goslar cartel was joined. After the second suspension in 1886, the reconstitution took place in 1893 with the help of the befriended Landsmannschaft Teutonia Munich, they joined the Coburg Landsmannschafter Convent and in 1904 one of the first groups to buy their own house (historic escort house on the Camsdorfer Bridge ). Since this house had to make way for a bridge extension in 1911, a new house was built in 1912 at Saalbahnhofstraße 19, which is still inhabited by active people today.

In 1936, after the third suspension by the Nazi regime, a merger with “Die Märker” took place, the house on Saalbahnhofstrasse was sold to the geological research institute and the Märkerhaus on Seidelstrasse was moved into. After the Second World War, reconstitution in the Soviet zone of occupation was not possible.

Gift of the L! Rhenania for the hospitality right at the Philippians' house

In 1951 the third reconstitution took place in Marburg, where the Philippina gymnastics club resided. In honor, the cellar bar on the Philipperhaus was renamed Rhenanenkeller. In 1957 the house in Teichwiesenweg could be moved into. After an unsuccessful reconstitution of the old Jenenser Landsmannschaft Burgundia, they merged with it in 1969.

Due to the reunification in 1991 it was possible to return to the old alma mater. In 1993 the first Rhenanen moved back into the house on Saalbahnhofstrasse, which was taken over piece by piece from the roof to the basement and bought back in 1999. In 1994 the country team Rhenania zu Jena and Marburg crammed into the Jenenser Waffenring.

In 2012 the house in Marburg was sold.

History of the Märker

The Märker was founded as the “Association of Young Medics” on December 6, 1881 in Jena, took on a corporate form in 1889 under the name “Medical Association” and from 1896 to 1911 joined the Association of scientific and medical associations at German universities ( Goslar Association ) .

In 1925, the association changed to the color-bearing and striking association “Die Märker” with the colors black-white-red and black Biedermeier hat and joined the German Armed Forces (DW). As early as 1924, they had built their own house on Seidelstrasse in Jena.

After leaving DW in the 1930 summer semester, the name Landsmannschaft was adopted and in 1932 the German Landsmannschaft (DL) joined. In 1935 the suspension followed and in 1938 the merger with Rhenania in the comradeship "Egerland".

History of the Burgundy

The Landsmannschaft Burgundia zu Jena has its origins in the inter-corporate "Philological Association" founded in the winter semester of 1874/75 as an educational community with professors and students as members. It later called itself the “Classic-Philological Association of Jena” in the Naumburg Cartel Association of philological-historical associations at German universities ( Naumburg Cartel Association ).

In 1901 she took up circles and colors and in 1912 she was named "Classic Historical Connection Hermunduria to Jena" with unconditional satisfaction and red-white-gold Kneip couleur. In the summer semester of 1921, she joined the German Arms Ring and the German University Ring as the “Scientific Association of Hermunduria to Jena”.

In 1924, “Hermunduria”, “Silvania on the Kernberge” and “Burgundia” merged to form the “Free Academic Association Burgundia to Jena”. They left the Göttingen cartel, gave up unconditional satisfaction and introduced circles and the colors wine-red-white-gold with wine-red hat in Biedermeier format.

In 1924 one was admitted to the German armed forces and in 1925 one was accepted. In the summer semester of 1929, the fraternity house on Untere Philosophenweg was ready to move into. After leaving the German Armed Forces in the winter semester of 1929/30, a punk relationship was entered into with the Jenenser Landsmannschaften. Admission to the Association of German Landsmannschaften in 1932 was followed by reception in 1934.

After the compulsory dissolution of the associations and corporations in 1936, Burgundia was home to Günther Pfarr's comradeship until 1945.


The boys wear a light blue, white and red ribbon with a silver percussion and the foxes a white and red ribbon with a silver percussion (each as usual in Jena, read from bottom to top). The hats are in the back of the head and are also light blue.

Additional information

As a member of the Coburg Convent, the Landsmannschaft Rhenania Jena (Landsmannschaft in CC Rhenania zu Jena) represents its basic principles of tolerance and political neutrality. Furthermore, factors such as origin or ethnic origin are irrelevant when selecting members.

Known members


The Landsmannschaft Rhenania Jena has been a member of the Golden Cartel since 1922 and has a friendship relationship with the Landsmannschaft Darmstadtia Gießen and the Landsmannschaft Gottinga Göttingen .

Apart from Rhenania, the members of the gold cartel are:

See also


Individual evidence

  1. ^ EH Eberhard: Handbook of the student liaison system. Leipzig, 1924/25, p. 72.

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