Dybbøl

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Dybbøl

(düb`öl), Ger. Düppel, village, Sønderjylland co., S Denmark, on the Flensborg Fjord. The Danes were defeated at Dybbøl in 1849 by Saxon and Bavarian troops and in 1864 by the Prussians, who held the village until 1920.
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Fischer, "Becoming Form and Remaining Human," in Hannah Wilke: A Retrospective, Elizabeth Delin Hansen, Kirsten Dybbol, and Donald Goddard, eds.
1, see Saundra Goldman, "Gesture and the Regeneration of the Universe," in Hannah Wilke: A Retrospective, Elizabeth Delin Hansen, Kirsten Dybbol and Donald Goddard (Copenhagen: Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre, 1998), pp.
Fischer, "Becoming Form and Remaining Human," in Hannah Wilkes A Retrospective, Elizabeth Delin Hansen, Kirsten Dybbol, and Donald Goddard, eds.