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Franz Bosbach

Franz Bosbach is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Duisburg Essen. 1995–2008 he was President of the Prince Albert Society and editor of the Prince Albert Studies and Prince Albert Research Publications series. In addition to his research and publication on early modern Europe he has, particularly through the Prince Albert Society, pursued an interest in German-British relations and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Amongst other books, he has edited »Die Studien des Prinzen Albert an der Universität Bonn, 1837–1838« (2010).

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Documents and Sources relating to German-British Relations in the Archives and Collections of Windsor and Coburg. Vol. 2: The Photograph Collections and Private Libraries. Compiled by Oliver Walton. Based on preliminary work by Sonja Schultheiß-Heinz

2018. 4 Tab., 3 Abb.; 799 S.

ab 161,90 €


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Documents and Sources relating to German-British Relations in the Archives and Collections of Windsor and Coburg. Vol. 1: The Archives. With an Appendix covering the State Archives in Gotha. Comp. by O. Walton. Based on prelim. work by S. Schultheiß-Heinz

2015. II, 767 S.
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ab 149,90 €


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