Synonyms for wilhelmsdorf or Related words with wilhelmsdorf

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Examples of "wilhelmsdorf"
In the 19th century Wilhelmsdorf was well known for their stocking-weavers. In 1903 the first compass factory was established. In the 20th century several competing compass factories were located at Wilhelmsdorf. Now Wilhelmsdorf has a compass museum.
Wilhelmsdorf may refer to the following towns in Germany:
Before 1945 the village was part of Germany and known as Wilhelmsdorf.
Wilhelmsdorf is a village in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany.
Wilhelmsdorf should not be mistaken for Wilhermsdorf, a village 15 km away.
Wilhelmsdorf is a municipality in the district Saale-Orla-Kreis, in Thuringia, Germany.
Wilhelmsdorf is a town in the district of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.
The Villages of the municipality are: Eggendorf am Walde, Grübern, Gumping, Klein-Burgstall, Limberg, Maissau, Oberdürnbach, Reikersdorf, Unterdürnbach and Wilhelmsdorf.
Gottlieb Wilhelm Hoffmann (1771-1846), notary and mayor, founder of the Württemberg Brethren in Korntal and Wilhelmsdorf
Tributaries of the Ostrach include the Wilhelmsdorf canal, die Fleischwanger Ach (creek), the Hornbach, the Tiefenbach and the Seebach.
First references to Uniemyśl ("Wilhelmsdorf") came from 1760. Before 1945 the area was part of Germany. For the history of the region, see History of Pomerania.
Uniemyśl, known as "Wilhelmsdorf" to its residents while part of Germany from 1815 – 1945, became part of Poland after the end of World War II and changed its name to the Polish "Uniemyśl".
A breakdown of the district area is also in the Zählbezirken official statistics, in which the municipality Zählsprengel combined. The eleven census-districts in Meidling are: Gaudenzdorf, Fuchsenfeld, Meidlinger Friedhof, Wilhelmsdorf, Meidlinger Hauptstraße, Tivoligasse, Gatterhölzl, Oswaldgasse, Am Schöpfwerk, Altmannsdorf und Hetzendorf. Despite partial name similarity, the boundaries of the census-districts do not match those of each Katastralgemeinde.
The Rotach is a 38 km long tributary of Lake Constance and the Rhine River in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The river source is near the municipality of Wilhelmsdorf. It flows southward through Horgenzell and Oberteuringen before emptying into Lake Constance at the city of Friedrichshafen.
Wilhelmsdorf was established by Huguenots. The village was named after the sovereign ruler George William, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, who refuged them. The Huguenot tradition is still a part of the village history. Sermons in the local Lutheran church were held in French until around 1900.
Uniemyśl (formerly German Wilhelmsdorf) – is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Police, within Police County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland, close to the German border. It lies approximately north of Police and north of the regional capital Szczecin.
Steimle was arrested by the Allies in 1945. He was found guilty in 1947 in the "Einsatzgruppen" Trial and sentenced to death in 1948. His sentence was commuted to 20 years in prison. He was released from Landsberg Prison in June 1954 and then taught German and history in Wilhelmsdorf, Baden-Württemberg. He retired in 1975. Eugen Steimle died on 9 October 1987.
As part of municipal reform, the communities of Usingen, Eschbach, Kransberg, Merzhausen, Michelbach, Wernborn and Wilhelmsdorf merged in 1972 into the town of Usingen. Even after losing its function as district seat (Usingen district was merged with Obertaunus district to form the Hochtaunuskreis with its seat at Bad Homburg) Usingen is more than ever the midpoint of the "Usinger Land".
Eugen Steimle (8 December 1909, Neubulach – 9 October 1987, Wilhelmsdorf, Baden-Württemberg) was a German SS-"Standartenführer" in the "Sicherheitsdienst" (SD). He commanded "Sonderkommando" 7a and "Einsatzkommando" 4a of the "Einsatzgruppen", both of which were responsible for mass killings in the Soviet Union.
Deggenhausertal is located in two hilly valleys between the mountains of Gehrenberg and Höchsten. It is bordered to the west by Heiligenberg and Salem, to the south by Bermatingen, Markdorf and Oberteuringen, to the east by the District of Ravensburg and its communes of Horgenzell and Wilhelmsdorf, and to the northwest by the commune of Illmensee in the District of Sigmaringen.