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Greetings postcard from Bonn-am-Rhein, Germany Featured Munster Print

Greetings postcard from Bonn-am-Rhein, Germany

Greetings postcard from Bonn-am-Rhein, Germany, showing a panorama of the river, the Minster, the Evangelical Church, the Market Place, and statues to Beethoven and Arndt. Date: late 19th century

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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Surveying and timekeeping, 1551 Featured Munster Print

Surveying and timekeeping, 1551

Surveying and timekeeping, 1551. On the left are various different kinds of sundial and a clock with a single arm. On the right a survey is being made of the height of the tower, using quadrants and, on the far right, a cross-staff. From Rudimenta Mathematica by Sebastian Munster. (Basel, 1551)

© Oxford Science Archive / Heritage-Images

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The French grip on the Ruhr. Germany in a note just despatched warns France Featured Munster Print

The French grip on the Ruhr. Germany in a note just despatched warns France

The French grip on the Ruhr.
Germany in a note just despatched " warns " France and Belgium of the danger of a collision with the German troops if the advance is continued to Munster, the Westphalian capital, but in a note to Britain and America it is stated that to avoid a conflict the German forces will be withdrawn.
A general view of Munster.
19 January 1923