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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He then fought with the Danish army in the war between Denmark and Prussia, was captured during the Battie of Dybbol in 1864, and remained a prisoner of war for two years.
1864: Heavily-outnumbered Danish forces were defeated by Prussia at the Battle of Dybbol, leading to the loss of the Second Schleswig War and the annexation of the long-disputed Duchy of Schleswig by Prussia.
In another story Dybbol is a worker ant, scurrying about his day, safely content in his routine, until he is noticed by the Queen and marked by her scent as her next breeding partner.
km for Coronation; Dybbol; Banks Island; Canadian portion] Steensby Land (of Greenland) REF.: #58 in [1] and #185-186 in [2] COMMENT: Note 0.69 Ga Gataga and Hyland Group volcanics of northern Cordillera [Ferri et al., 1999; Colpron et al., 2002].
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.
Principal battles: Duppel (Dybbol), Alsen (Als) (1864); Koniggratz (Hradec Kralove) (1866); siege of Paris (1870-1871).
Principal battles: Dybbol (near Sonderborg) (1864); Gitschin, Koniggratz (Hradec Kralove) (1866); Rezonville (near Metz), Orleans (1870); Le Mans (1871).