Timeline of Lübeck


The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Prior to 13th century


13th–15th centuries


16th–18th centuries


19th century


  • 1801 – Town "temporarily occupied" by Danes.[1]
  • 1802 – Town walls dismantled.[7]
  • 1806 – 5 November: Town occupied by French forces.[4]
  • 1810 – 12 November: Town becomes part of the French Empire.[5]
  • 1813 – French occupation ends.
  • 1825 – Navigation School founded.[15]
  • 1832 – Lübecker General-Anzeiger newspaper begins publication.
  • 1835 – Lübeckische Blätter [de] (newspaper) in publication.
  • 1851 – Population: town 26,093; territory 54,166.[2]
  • 1857 - Population: town 30,717; territory 49,324.[18]
  • 1866 – Lübeck becomes part of the North German Confederation.[7]
  • 1867 – Wilhelm-Theater opens.[19]
  • 1868
  • 1874 – Aegidienkirche (Lübeck) [de] (church) restored.[9]
  • 1875 – Population: 44,799.[7]
  • 1890 – Population: town 63,590; territory 76,485.[7]
  • 1891 – Sacred Heart Church consecrated.
  • 1893 – Museum am Dom (Lübeck) [de] built.
  • 1900 – Elbe-Trave canal opens.[1]

20th century


21st century


See also


References


  1. Britannica 1910.
  2. Knight 1866.
  3. "Chronology of Catholic Dioceses: Germany". Norway: Oslo katolske bispedømme (Oslo Catholic Diocese). Retrieved 30 September 2015.
  4. Lins 1913.
  5. Townsend 1867.
  6. Hirsch 1906.
  7. Chambers 1901.
  8. Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler der Freien und Hansestadt Lübeck [Architecture and monuments of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck] (in German). 2. Lübeck: Bernhard Nöhring. 1906.
  9. Murray 1877.
  10. Simon 1993.
  11. Rhiman A. Rotz (1977). "The Lübeck Uprising of 1408 and the Decline of the Hanseatic League". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 121 (1): 1–45. JSTOR 986565.
  12. Wilhelm Sandermann (2013). "Beginn der Papierherstellung in einigen Landern". Papier: Eine spannende Kulturgeschichte (in German). Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-662-09193-7. (timeline)
  13. Elina Gertsman (2003). "The Dance of Death in Reval (Tallinn)". Gesta. 42. JSTOR 25067083.
  14. Robert Proctor (1898). "Books Printed From Types: Germany: Lubeck". Index to the Early Printed Books in the British Museum. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Company. hdl:2027/uc1.c3450631 via HathiTrust.
  15. Hoffmann 1908.
  16. George Grove, ed. (1879). A Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 1. London: Macmillan.
  17. New York Times 2011.
  18. Georg Friedrich Kolb (1862). "Deutschland: Lubeck". Grundriss der Statistik der Völkerzustands- und Staatenkunde (in German). Leipzig: A. Förstnersche Buchhandlung.
  19. "Lübeck". Neuer Theater-Almanach (in German). Berlin: F.A. Günther & Sohn. 1908. hdl:2027/uva.x030515382.
  20. "Germany: Area and Population: Principal Towns". Statesman's Year-Book. London: Macmillan and Co. 1921. hdl:2027/njp.32101072368440 via Hathi Trust.
  21. "Global Resources Network". Chicago, USA: Center for Research Libraries. Retrieved 7 December 2013.

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.

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