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Hamburg-Bremen

Ansgar, Rimbert and the Forged Foundations of Hamburg-Bremen, by Eric Knibbs

Declarations between France and the Hanse Towns of Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck relative to Pleasure Yachts, signed at Hamburg, 20 July 1859

Convention between Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck relative to the Hanseatic Superior Court, signed at Hamburg, 22 May 1908

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation and Convention respecting Literary Property between France and the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck), signed at Hamburg, 4 March 1865

Convention between France, Great Britain and the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck), for the Accession of the Latter to the Slave Trade Conventions, signed at Hamburg, 9 June 1837

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Bremen and Sweden-Norway, signed at Hamburg, 1 May 1841

Convention of Commerce and Navigation between Great Britain and the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck), signed at London, 3 August 1841

Supplementary Convention of Commerce between the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and Turkey, signed at Constantinople, 7 September 1841

Declarations between France and the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lübeck) respecting the Treatment of Vessels entering in Distress, signed 6/15 February 1843

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Greece and the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck), signed at Athens, 31 May (12 June) 1843

Navigation Convention between the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and Sardinia, signed at Paris, 18 July 1844

Consular Convention between the Hanseatic Republics (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and the United States, signed at Washington, 30 April 1852

Treaty of Commerce between France and the Hansa Towns of Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck, signed at Paris, 28 September 1716

Additional Commercial Convention between the Hanse Towns of Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck, and Sardinia, signed at Berlin, 20 September 1860

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between the Hanseatic Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and New Granada, signed at Paris, 3 June 1854

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and Liberia, signed at London, 29 May 1855

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between the Hanse Towns (Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck) and the Two Sicilies, signed at Naples, 27 December 1855

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between the Hanseatic Republics of Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck, and Zanzibar, signed at Zanzibar, 13 June 1859

 

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(archbishopric) In 831 Louis the Pious founded the archbishopric of Hamburg on the lower (river) Elbe as St Ansgar’s missionary base for Scandinavia. After being sacked by the Danes, Hamburg ...

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