GERMANY .—Unfortunately lists ofGerman State archives (Geheimes Archiv) are not published . Repositories are very numerous: for their localities, see the
See also:Hand- and Addressbuch der deutschen Archive of C . A . H . Burkhardt (2nd ed., 1887) . In 'Prussia, besides the central repository at Berlin, there are sixteen provincial ones of importance . The other kingdoms and states forming
See also:part of the German
See also:empire have each their repository, not always at the capital . Some account of their contents will be found in
See also:Langlois and Stein (op. cit.) and in Fr. von Loher's Archivlehre . Grundziige der Geschichte, Aufgaben and Einrichtung unserer Archive : for the publication of State Records see Dahlmann-Waltz, Quellenkunde zur deutschen Geschichte; and for Prussian archives in particular R . Koser's Uber den gegenwartigen Stand der archivalischen Forschung 'in Preussen (1900) . For the numerous and valuable records of German towns reference may be made to the
See also:works already mentioned . Many of the towns, e.g .
Cologne, publish volumes
See also:drawn from their archives, and even include in them documents from other
See also:sources . Of
See also:interest to
See also:English students is Konstantin Hohlbaum's
See also:work upon the Hanse towns . The Record
See also:Office has a
See also:volume of transcripts from German archives .
GERMANY (Ger. Deutschland)
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