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  1. Danish Division (HQ Haderslev) 1.Brigade. Staff Company/1st Brigade, Signal Regiment (Stabskompagni/1. Brigade, Telegrafregimentet) 1st Armoured Battalion, Jutland Dragoon Regiment (I/JDR Panserbataljon, Jydske Dragonregiment) 1st Armoured Infantry Battalion, Royal Life Guards (I/LG Panserinfanteribataljon, Den Kongelige Livgarde)

  2. John the Elder, the Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Haderslev, produced no issue, so no branch emerged from his side. After his death in 1580, Adolf and his nephew Frederick II of Denmark halved John's share among themselves. Adolf travelled, entrusting Johan Rantzau to manage his country.

  3. März 1609 in Haderslev (deutscher Name: Hadersleben); † 9. Februar 1670 in Kopenhagen) war König von Dänemark und Norwegen von 1648 bis 1670 und Graf von Oldenburg und Delmenhorst von 1667 bis 1670. Friedrich III. begründete den Absolutismus in Dänemark und Norwegen, der in Norwegen über fast 150 und in Dänemark über 200 Jahre Bestand ...

  4. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › WittenbergWittenberg - Wikipedia

    Wittenberg, in italiano antico Vittimberga, è una città della Sassonia-Anhalt di 45 752 abitanti, situata sul fiume Elba.. L'importanza di Wittenberg è dovuta alla sua stretta correlazione con la figura di Martin Lutero e gli inizi della Riforma protestante: molti degli edifici storici della città sono associati con gli eventi di quel tempo.

  5. 2022 Haderslev: Marathon 2013 Pietermaritzburg: Under-23 cross-country 2011 Champéry: Under-23 cross-country 2017 Cairns: Team relay 2021 Val di Sole: Short track European Championship; 2009 Zoetermeer: Junior cross-country 2014 St. Wendel: Under-23 cross-country 2020 Monteceneri: Cross-country 2018 Glasgow: Cross-country 2022 Munich: Cross ...

  6. The Region of Southern Denmark (Danish: Region Syddanmark, pronounced [ʁekiˈoˀn ˈsyðˌtænmɑk]; German: Region Süddänemark, pronounced [ʁeˈɡi̯oːn zyːtˈdɛːnəˌmaʁk]; North Frisian: Regiuun Syddanmark) is an administrative region of Denmark established on Monday 1 January 2007 as part of the 2007 Danish Municipal Reform, which abolished the traditional counties ("amter") and ...

  7. The Schleswig plebiscites were two plebiscites, organized according to section XII, articles 100 to 115 of the Treaty of Versailles of 28 June 1919, in order to determine the future border between Denmark and Germany through the former Duchy of Schleswig.