HUNINGEN , a
See also:town of Germany, in
See also:Lorraine, situated on the
See also:bank of the Rhine, on a branch of the Rhine-Rhone canal, and 3 M . N. of
See also:Basel by
See also:rail . Pop . (19o5) 3304• The Rhine is here crossed by an iron railway
See also:bridge . The town boasts a handsome
See also:Roman Catholic
See also:church, and has manufactures of
See also:silk, watches, chemicals and cigars . Huningen is an
See also:ancient place and
See also:grew up
See also:round a stronghold placed to guard the passage of the Rhine . It was wrested from the Imperialists by the duke of
See also:Lauenburg in 1634, and subsequently passed by
See also:purchase to
See also:Louis XIV. of France . It was fortified by
See also:Vauban (1679–1681) and a bridge was built across the Rhine . The fortress capitulated to the Austrians on the 26th of
See also:August 1815 and the
See also:works were shortly afterwards dismantled . In 1871, the town passed, with Alsace-Lorraine, to the German
See also:empire . See Tschamber, Geschichte der Stadt and ehemaligen Festung Huningen (St Ludwig, 1894) ; and Latruffe, Huningue et Bale devant
See also:les traites de 1815 (
See also:Paris, 1863) .
BARON WALTER HUNGERFORD HUNGERFORD (d. 1449)
HUNNERIC (d. 484)
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