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Munster, Germany in Europe

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Featured Munster Print

Relief with the depiction of the Fall of Man, Adam and Eve in Paradise, Munster Cathedral, St.-Paulus-Dom, Munster, Munsterland, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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Featured Munster Print

Countess Anna Margareta von Haugwitz, 1649 (oil on canvas)

3087058 Countess Anna Margareta von Haugwitz, 1649 (oil on canvas) by Hulle, Anselmus van (c.1601-74); 237x178 cm; Skokloster Castle, Sweden; ( Countess Anna Margareta von Haugwitz (1622-73) German noble married 1640 Swedish general Count Karl Gustav Wrangel of Salmi (1613-76) who built Skokloster Castle.
In the background is Nuremberg town hall where they stayed during the European peace congress 1649-50 to implement the Peace of Westphalia.
); Dutch, out of copyright

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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capital, but in a note to Britain and America it is stated that to avoid a conflict the German forces will be withdrawn.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