Eilenburg


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Eilenburg

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Leipzig District, on the Mulde River. Railroad junction. Population, 22,200 (1975). Industry includes the production of Celluloid, construction machinery, furniture, and confectionery.

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Besian Idrizaj THE Austrian arrived in South Wales from German outfit FC Eilenburg and made his debut in a 2-1 Carling Cup defeat to Scunthorpe United, a game in which Garry Monk, Angel Rangel and Gorka Pintado were all sent off for the hosts.
Friedrich Ludwig Kreysig (1770-1839) was born in Eilenburg and received his habilitation (medical doctorate) in 1795 at the University of Leipzig (12, 13).
Bomber ND642 crashed north of the German town of Eilenburg.
Modernos sindicatos de credito datam de 1852, quando Franz-Hermann Schulze Delitzsch consolidou a aprendizagem a partir de dois projetospiloto, um em Eilenburg e outro em Delitzsch na Alemanha que sao geralmente reconhecidos como os primeiros sindicatos de credito no mundo.
Martin Rinkart was minister of Eilenburg in what is now Germany.
If the Geonim had permitted what would otherwise be an unauthorized blessing, explained the seventeenth-century Yissachar Baer Eilenburg, this can no doubt be because they had an o ral tradition from the talmudic sages (p.
Reference to the Textband, where the headings are in the correct sequence, will clarify the problem.) Most of these melodies (D1-D17) are associated with the two liturgical books issued by Thomas Muntzer, Deutzsch kirchen ampt (Eilenburg, 1523-24) and Deutsch Euangelisch Messze (Eilenburg, 1524).
(63) Contracts were also entered into with two smaller explosives companies (the Rheinisch-Wesfalische Sprengstoff AG and the Aktiengesellschaft Siegener Dynamit-Fabriken, both in Cologne), the celluloid manufacturer Deutsche Zelluloid Fabrik Eilenburg, and the mining firm of A.
The bomber crashed north of the German town of Eilenburg.
Contractor name : STOCKMEIER CHEMIE EILENBURG GMBH & CO.
The swollen river Mulde creates an island around homes north of Eilenburg in Germany yesterday