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The first professor of education

As part of the reading series to mark the Philanthropinum anniversary, this time under the title “Planting School of Humanity”, the life and work of Ernst Christian Trapp will be remembered on 21 March at 6 pm in the city archive, Wasserturm Heidestraße. The director of the Philanthropinum, Astrid Bach, is expected to be a prominent reader of the texts.

Dessau’s reformist prince Leopold III Friedrich Franz may have lacked the ambition or finances to establish his own university, but his work was also indirectly fruitful for the development of educational science: When Ernst Christian Trapp took up the first professorship of education in Halle in 1779, he came from the Dessau Philanthropinum – and thus from the school whose 250th anniversary will be celebrated in 2024 with an extensive programme.

Trapp, born in Schleswig-Holstein in 1745, went to Dessau in 1777 after studying theology and working as a teacher in Segeberg, Itzehoe and Altona. The fact that he – like many of his colleagues – soon came into conflict with the founder of the school, Johann Bernhard Basedow, may have fuelled his early decision to move. However, the educationalist, who wanted to reduce the influence of theology on teaching and strengthen the role of modern foreign languages, also caused academic controversy in Halle. After a stopover at Campes’ private teaching establishment, he finally came to Brunswick, where he endeavoured to reform the school system in the Duchy. The high esteem in which Ernst Christian Trapp is still held today is demonstrated by the prize for pedagogy named after him, which has been awarded since 1996.

In addition to Trapp’s theoretical writings, the reading in the city archive will also include bizarre texts such as “Theological proof that Doctor Bahrdt was to blame for the earthquake in Calabria”. A leaflet has been published on the overall programme for the festive year, which is available at the reading series, the Philanthropinum, the tourist information office and other venues.

Ernst Christian Trapp (1745-1818)
Ernst Christian Trapp (1745-1818)

Ernst Christian Trapp (1745-1818)

The Dessau war memorial for the fallen of 1870/1871 - insights into the culture of celebration and commemoration in Anhalt loyal to the emperor

Lecture at the Archive Association Dessau, Heidestraße 21 (Old Water Tower)

Tuesday, 12 March 2024, at 7:00 pm
Lecture by Dr Frank Kreißler (Dessau-Roßlau)

The Franco-Prussian War of 1870/1871, in which soldiers from Anhalt fought, ended with a triumphant, comprehensive victory for the Germans and led to the unification of the Reich under the leadership of Prussia. This event prompted contemporaries to look for symbols that would visualise these achievements in a dignified form for the present and future and, in this context, also commemorate the fallen. The war memorials erected in many places fulfilled this function. In Dessau, a war memorial was erected in 1874 as a state memorial for Anhalt, which played a central role in commemorating the war in Anhalt until the First World War.

In his lecture, city archivist Dr Frank Kreißler explains who initiated the erection and with what intentions, describes the appearance of the memorial, which artists were involved in its design, which participants in the war were included in the commemoration and how they were identified. Finally, the enormous significance and culture of remembrance surrounding the memorial at times, but also its disappearance, will be analysed. The Dessau-Roßlau City Archive and the Dessau regional group of the Association for Anhaltic Regional Studies cordially invite you to this lecture on Tuesday, 12 March 2024, at 7 p.m. in the Dessau Archive Association (Alter Wasserturm, Heidestraße 21).

Postcard of the war memorial in Dessau
Postcard of the war memorial in Dessau

Archival of the month March 2024

Letter from City Councillor Harms to Reich Governor Loeper dated 17 May 1933 with accusations against State Conservator Dr Ludwig Grote

One of the most important supporters of the Bauhaus in Dessau was the art historian Dr Ludwig Grote (1893-1974). He came from Halle (Saale), where he studied art history and completed his doctorate in 1922 with a thesis on the prints of the painter and woodcutter Georg Lemberger (around 1490/1500 – around 1540/1545). In 1923, Ludwig Grote received a contract in Dessau to produce the catalogue of the painting collection in the Amalien Foundation. The following year he was appointed Anhalt State Conservator. He was also the founding director of the Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie Dessau in Palais Reina (Kavalierstraße), which was founded in 1927. Due to his extraordinary professional expertise, Ludwig Grote earned the special esteem of Dessau’s Lord Mayor Fritz Hesse (1881-1973). Alongside Fritz Hesse, the general music director Franz von Hoeßlin (1885-1946) and others, Ludwig Grote was one of the most important supporters of the Bauhaus in Dessau. Among other things, he conducted preliminary negotiations with Walter Gropius (1883-1969) to establish the Bauhaus in Dessau, exhibited Bauhaus artists and acquired their works for the collection of the Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie.

In 1933, Grote, ostracised as a “cultural Bolshevik”, was therefore targeted by the National Socialists. He had to testify in a committee of enquiry brought against Lord Mayor Fritz Hesse for “abuse of office” and chaired by the National Socialist city councillor Dr Richard Harms (1903-?) and was ultimately dismissed from his position as state curator of Anhalt and director of the Anhalt Picture Gallery in Dessau and retired on the basis of the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service. Councillor Harms summarised the accusations against Ludwig Grote on 17 May 1933 to the NSDAP Gauleiter and Reich Governor in Braunschweig and Anhalt Wilhelm Friedrich Loeper (1883-1935): Grote had been the most ardent supporter of the Bauhaus, the driving force in bringing it to Dessau and responsible for the purchase of what the National Socialists considered to be inferior Dadaist paintings. The letter from Councillor Harms can be seen in the Dessau-Roßlau City Archives as Archive of the Month March 2024.

Dr Ludwig Grote became the first director of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg in 1951. He died 50 years ago, on 3 March 1974, in Gauting near Munich.

Letter from City Councillor Harms to Reich Governor Loeper
Letter from City Councillor Harms to Reich Governor Loeper

Letter from City Councillor Harms to Reich Governor Loeper dated 17 May 1933 with accusations against State Conservator Dr Ludwig Grote.
Signature: S3-34

Karl Rauch, his publishing house and his art and bookshop in Dessau.

Lecture by Bernd Mühling, Markkleeberg

The businessman and publisher Karl Rauch (1897-1966) opened an art and bookshop in Dessau in 1921, which remained present in the city until its destruction in 1945. At the end of July 1923, he attached a book publishing house to the Kunst- und Bücherstube, the Karl Rauch Verlag. Although there were projects to move the publishing house to Berlin, Munich or Leipzig, they were all short-lived. This was probably due to the wide circle of supporters who stood by him in Dessau. The list of his numerous supporters in Dessau is headed by Hugo Junkers and his wife. A very personal relationship developed with both of them. In addition to Junkers, many other important personalities in Dessau in those years maintained contact with Karl Rauch and came to the readings he organised.

After moving his publishing house to Markkleeberg near Leipzig in 1937, Karl Rauch began to expand the publishing programme. He published contemporary authors from Germany, for example the complete works of Eugen Gottlob Winkler.

This was followed by translations of authors from France, including the first title by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Wind, Sand and Stars, in 1939.

From Dessau there were further editions of this book from 1940 onwards. During the bombing of Dessau on 7 March 1945, the publishing house and warehouse perished.After the war, Rauch resumed the publishing business. In 1948, he first moved to Boppard on the Rhine, then in 1949 Düsseldorf became the publishing headquarters, where “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was published in 1950. This year the publishing house celebrates its 100th anniversary in Düsseldorf.

The lecture by Bernd Mühling recalls the work of the publisher Karl Rauch with the help of numerous photos and documents that have never been shown to a larger group of people. This is an event organised by the Verein für Anhaltische Landeskunde. It will take place on Thursday, 12 October 2023, 7 p.m. at Archivverbund Dessau, Heidestraße 21 (Alter Wasserturm). Admission is free.

Conference “Private Libraries in Saxony-Anhalt 1450-1850” in the Municipal Archives

Tradition, social practice and knowledge horizons

The wealth of historical book collections in Saxony-Anhalt is due not least to private collectors. Professional needs and practical concerns could lead to the establishment of libraries just as much as scientific and literary interests or the spirit of discovery. Not infrequently, piety and the desire for representation were also important motives for collecting. Today, private book collections from the Middle Ages and the early modern period are usually part of larger libraries. They were not always completely integrated and handed down; in many cases they have survived only scattered and fragmentary. When they were taken over, their origin and affiliation were often not made clear. Only a few of the private libraries that have survived in Saxony-Anhalt have been well indexed and intensively researched. This has yet to be done for a majority of them.

The conference “Private Libraries in Saxony-Anhalt 1450-1850”, which will take place from 5 to 7 October 2023 at the Stadtarchiv Dessau-Roßlau, Heidestraße 21 (Alter Wasserturm), will provide conceptual impulses and methodological advice. It will present some private libraries, convey the collecting of books as a social practice and demonstrate possibilities to describe historical knowledge horizons in more detail by indexing private libraries. The conference is organised by the Historical Libraries Working Group of the Historical Commission for Saxony-Anhalt in cooperation with the Wittenberg Research Library on the History of the Reformation.

Participation is free of charge. The organisers ask for registration by e-mail to: sekretariat@rfb-wittenberg.de

The conference will be held in German


Thursday, 5 October 2023

from 5.00 p.m. Registration

6.00 p.m. Welcome and opening of the conference Dr Hermann Kinne, Head of the Dessau Department of the Saxony-Anhalt State Archives

Words of greeting:
Klaus Zimmermann, Staatssekretär im Ministerium für Inneres und Sport des Landes Sachsen- Anhalt Dr. Robert Reck, Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Dessau-Roßlau Prof. Dr. Christoph Volkmar, Vorsitzender der Historischen Kommission für Sachsen-Anhalt

Evening lecture
Thiliana – Die Bibliothek des preußischen Diplomaten Hermann Thile (1812–1889)
Dr. Frank Kreißler (Dessau-Roßlau)

Friday, 6 October 2023

9.00 a.m. Privatbibliotheken in Sachsen-Anhalt. Forschungsstand und Problemaufriss
Dr. Matthias Meinhardt (Lutherstadt Wittenberg)

*9.30 a.m. Privatbibliotheken – Sammler und Sammlungen, Nutzen und Nutzung
Prof. Dr. Ursula Rautenberg (Erlangen und Leipzig)

10.15 a.m. Historische Bibliothekslandschaften im Kontext der frühneuzeitlichen Bibliotheksgeschichte – institutionelle Strukturen, soziale Verortungen, regionale Wissenskulturen
Prof. Dr. Axel E. Walter (Eutin und Vilnius)

11.00 a.m. Kaffeepause

11.30 a.m. Historische Bibliothekskataloge als Quelle
Dr. Julia Knödler (Halle/Saale)

12.15 p.m. Handschriftliche Annotationen und Paratexte als Instrument der Bibliotheksrekonstruktion. Das Beispiel des Halberstädter Klerikers Andreas Gronewalt
Helmut Liersch (Goslar)

1.00 p.m. Lunch break with snacks

2.30 p.m. Führung durch das Archiv der Evangelischen Landeskirche Anhalts
Dr. Jan Brademann (Dessau-Roßlau)

4.00 p.m. Coffee break

4.30 p.m. Schätze aus Dessauer Privatbibliotheken – eine Buchpräsentation
Martine Kreißler (Dessau-Roßlau)

6.00 p.m. Evening lecture
Die Bibliothek des Fürstenerziehers Georg Helt
Dr. Gerrit Deutschländer (Halle/Saale)

Saturday, 7 October 2023

9.00 a.m. Die Bibliothek des Flacius Illyricus
Dr. Harald Bollbuck (Göttingen)

9.45 a.m. Die Bibliothek der Grafen von Stolberg-Roßla
Dr. Lupold von Lehsten (Bensheim)

10.30 a.m. „Ein grossen hauffen bucher domals vngezelt, sollen aber volgende gezelt werden“ – Die humanistische Gelehrten – bibliothek von Julius Pflug (1499–1564) und weitere private Büchersammlungen Naumburger Domgeistlicher
Dr. Matthias Ludwig (Naumburg)

11.15 a.m. Coffee break

11.45 a.m. Zwischen Humanismus und Reformation – die Alvenslebensche Bibliothek auf Schloss Hundisburg
Dr. Berthold Heinecke (Hundisburg)

12.30 p.m. Final discussion


© Reformationsgeschichtliche Forschungsbibliothek Wittenberg


Organiser: Historical Libraries Working Group of the Historical Commission for Saxony-Anhalt in cooperation with the Reformation History Research Library Wittenberg


With the kind support of the Landes Sachsen-Anhalt, the MIK-Center GmbH, the Stiftung Evangelisches Anhalt and the City of Dessau-Roßlau.

Scientific management: Dr. Jan Brademann, Martine Kreißler, Dr. Matthias Meinhardt

Venue: Dessau, Old Water Tower (Heidestraße 21, 06842 Dessau-Roßlau)

Participation: Participation is free of charge. We ask for registration by e-mail.

Information and registration: Reformationsgeschichtliche Forschungsbibliothek Wittenberg, Schlossplatz 1, 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
E-Mail: sekretariat@rfb-wittenberg.de | Tel.: +49 34 91 50 69 200

Travelling exhibition "Landesväter. The Weimar Republic in the Regions" touring exhibition in Dessau-Roßlau from 23.08.-20.09.2023

The Adult Education Centre Dessau-Roßlau begins its autumn semester after the summer holidays with a new, broad-based educational programme. In this context, the Dessau-Roßlau Municipal Archive, in cooperation with the Adult Education Centre, presents the travelling exhibition “Landesväter. The Weimar Republic in the Regions” by the Society for the Study of the History of Democracy (GEDG).

The exhibition in the form of a multimedia station is dedicated to federalism in the Weimar Republic. On the one hand, it presents the state history of the respective region, but also focuses on decisive political actors of the Weimar years. The aim is to recall the supporters and defenders, but also the critics of the Republic, who are largely unknown today.

On 23 August 2023, at 5 p.m., Dr. Marc Bartuschka of the Society for the Study of the History of Democracy will open the touring exhibition with a verbal tour of the exhibition’s concept, the historical background of the Weimar region and its national fathers.

Accessible exhibition venue:
Multigenerational House,
Erdmannsdorffstr. 3,

Opening hours:
23 August 2023 – 20 September 2023
Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Opening event:
Wednesday, 23 August 2023 at 5 p.m.

The exhibition can be visited free of charge during opening hours. The Stadtarchiv and the Volkshochschule Dessau-Roßlau cordially invite all interested parties to attend.

Contact person GEDG:
Katharina Vogt
Public Relations Officer
E-mail: katharina.vogt@gedg.org
Telefon: 0176/34558715

Contact organiser in Dessau-Roßlau:
E-Mail: stadtarchiv@dessau-rosslau.de
Phone: 0340/204 1024

Poster for the exhibition
Poster for the exhibition

Tuschezeichnung „Konzentrationslager Roßlau 1933-34“

In the Roßlau “Volkshaus”, a former SPD meeting place, the Anhalt state ministry set up a “transitional concentration camp” on 12 September 1933, which existed until 31 July 1934. During this period, 250 to 300 male political prisoners were imprisoned and mistreated there. Almost all of them came from Anhalt. The camp was directly subordinate to the Dessau chief prosecutor Erich Lämmler, and the guard force consisted of members of SS Standarte 59. The prisoners who were fit for work had to perform forced labour in Roßlau and the surrounding area; physical and mental abuse by the guard force, but also by members of the Dessau political police, was the order of the day. A memorial stone in Roßlau commemorates the prisoners of the concentration camp.

Among those tortured in Roßlau – and earlier in the Oranienburg concentration camp – was Hugo Jacoby (1875-1935), a Dessau communist and functionary of the proletarian Red Aid of Jewish descent. He died soon afterwards, on 17 August 1935, in Dessau and was buried in the Israelite cemetery. Mrs Elisabeth Seger and her daughter Renate, who was barely one and a half years old, were also imprisoned in Roßlau – in “forced detention” so that her husband Gerhart Seger would surrender to the German authorities. The Social Democrat Gerhart Seger had been able to escape from the Oranienburg concentration camp to Prague in December 1933, where he wrote down his account of his experience, “Oranienburg: First Authentic Report of a Man Escaping from the Concentration Camp”, which received great international attention after its publication. After fierce public protests, Elisabeth and Renate Seger had to be released from the Roßlau concentration camp on 19 May 1934. Former prisoners of the Roßlau concentration camp also wrote down memoirs, some of which are in the Dessau-Roßlau municipal archives. These include the report by Walter Berger, which is also accompanied by an ink drawing presented by the Dessau-Roßlau Municipal Archives as Archive of the Month for September 2023.

City Archive Dessau-Roßlau in the Archive Network Dessau.
Archival of the Month July 2023
“Concentration camp Roßlau 1933-34”, ink drawing by Walter Berger (o. D.)
Signature: M 07 No. 90

Archivals of the month July 2023
Archivals of the month July 2023

“Roßlau concentration camp 1933-34”, ink drawing by Walter Berger (o. D.)
Signature: M 07 No. 90

Letter from Bauhaus Director Hannes Meyer to Mayor Fritz Hesse concerning the redesign of the Municipal Reading Hall, 7 June 1928.

On 2 October 1897, Dessau’s municipal council decided to purchase a collection of books that the archdeacon Ernst Hesse (1832-1900) had kept as the Christian People’s Library in Zerbster Straße 39 since 1871. With this collection of books as a foundation, the municipal public library opened its doors on 1 May 1898 in the building at Zerbster Straße 66. By the end of its first year of existence, 958 readers had already used the library and borrowed a total of 23,892 books. In the Municipal People’s Library, readers found “works by the most widely read authors, for the most part good and solid works of literature from Germany and abroad”. Only a few years later, the capacity of the building at Zerbster Straße 66 was no longer sufficient. The magistrate acquired the house at Zerbster Strasse 33, which was opposite the town hall, and opened the “Municipal Public Library and Reading Hall” here on 5 January 1905. The reading hall was located on the first floor and had room for 100 readers. At that time, the municipal library had 2,871 permanent readers who could access a media stock of 11,902 volumes. From 1 July 1916, the Municipal Library was closed because its premises were needed for war purposes. It was reopened on 15 September 1919.

In 1928, a comprehensive remodelling of the reading hall, the vestibule and some other rooms of the library was undertaken. The conversion project as well as the implementation of the construction work, including the furnishing with furniture and lamps, was undertaken by the construction department of the Dessau Bauhaus. A corresponding offer for the remodelling of the reading hall, signed by the then director of the Bauhaus Dessau Hannes Meyer (1889-1954) and dated 7 June 1928, is presented by the Dessau-Roßlau Municipal Archives as Archive of the Month for May 2023. The document is part of a magistrate’s file containing further documents on this building project. In the course of the reconstruction of the reading hall, the vestibules and the staircase were also redesigned. The conversion work in the municipal library was completed in October 1928 and cost around 9,000 marks, including the architect’s fee.

The archives of the month of May 2023 as well as other documents can be viewed during the opening hours of the Dessau Archive Association (Mon-Thu 9am-5pm).

A 1.2-156 fol. 215
A 1.2-156 fol. 215

Letter from Bauhaus Director Hannes Meyer to Mayor Fritz Hesse concerning the redesign of the Municipal Reading Hall, 7 June 1928.

Floor plan reading hall
Floor plan reading hall
Floor plan reading hall

New web page

Our homepage is currently being revised. Unfortunately, not all the content of the old website is yet available on the new website.

However, the contents of the old site can still be accessed. You can get there via the following link: https://www.alb-dessau.de/old/

Alexa Hennig von Lange reads from her new novel "Die karierten Mädchen" (The Chequered Girls)

Date: 8 November 2022
Time: 19.00 p.m.
Location: Marienkirche Dessau

Ticket price: 6,50 €
Tickets are available at the tourist information offices in Dessau and Roßlau and at the box office.
Organiser: Thalia Dessau in cooperation with Municipal Archives Dessau-Roßlau and JKS Villa Krötenhof

The reading of the book ( Original title „Die karierten Mädchen“) is in German.

Reservix online booking:https://www.reservix.de/tickets-lesung-die-karierten-maedchen-in-dessau-rosslau-marienkirche-am-8-11-2022/e1998778

It is very rare that our region forms the central location of a novel’s plot. This is the case in the recently published new novel “Die karierten Mädchen” by Alexa Hennig von Lange. For her new book, the author was inspired by her grandmother’s memoirs, which she recorded at an advanced age on more than 130 tape cassettes. The novel is the beginning of a trilogy that starts in 1929

Klara, the protagonist of the novel, gets one of the rare jobs as a home economics teacher in a children’s home in Oranienbaum in the middle of the world economic crisis. Soon the home’s economic situation comes to a head. Klara, who now runs the home, seeks the proximity of the new powers-that-be in the hope of salvation. Too late she realises with whom she has become involved.

Alexa Hennig von Lange at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2017
Alexa Hennig von Lange at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2017

Alexa Hennig von Lange at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2017
Date 13. October 2017, 14:23:46
Source: wikipedia, retrieved 21.10.2022
Author: Heike Huslage-Koch

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The National Socialists turn the house into a women’s educational home. Klara is supposed to instil a love of the people and the child in her pupils instead of educating them to become independent-minded women. At the same time, under the swastika flag and the constant visits of Nazi officials, she is suddenly in danger herself, as she protects a Jewish orphan girl.

Alexa Hennig von Lange, born in 1973, became one of the most successful authors of her generation with her debut novel “Relax” (1997). Numerous other novels, short stories, plays and books for young people followed. In 2002, Alexa Hennig von Lange was awarded the German Youth Literature Prize. With her novel “Die karierten Mädchen” (The Checkered Girls), Alexa Hennig von Lange presents a novel set in a time when the National Socialists gradually subjugated all areas of society, brutality increased and freedom dwindled. She spreads this dark chapter of German history in an exciting, authentic way, with a plausible view of the social developments of the 1930s and against a concrete regional frame of reference. In which the Anhalt towns of Oranienbaum and Dessau play a major role.


Opening Klughardt Exhibition

15 October 2022 at 4 p.m., Foyer of the Anhaltisches Theater.

"A noble artist's heart has ceased to beat!" read an obituary on the front page of the Anhaltischer Staats-Anzeiger on 5 August 1902. And further: "He who gripped and thrilled our hearts with heaven-sprung tones, the lyre has now sunk from him." [...] At his bier, the whole musical world mourns, but it is loyal Anhalt that mourns most deeply for one of its best sons, whose memory will never be extinguished among us." The obituary was dedicated to the Dessau court conductor, composer and pianist Dr. August Klughardt, who had died two days earlier, on 3 August 1902.

August Klughardt was born in Köthen on 30 November 1847. His musical talent emerged early and was encouraged. After completing his musical education, he began his professional career in the summer of 1867 as Kapellmeister at the Stadttheater Posen. This was followed by engagements in Neustrelitz, Dessau, Lübeck and Weimar. From 1873 to 1882 he was a very successful court conductor in Neustrelitz, then he returned to his native Anhalt as court conductor. He led the Dessau court orchestra to new musical heights, celebrated triumphs as an opera conductor and pianist, tirelessly ensured the success of the Anhalt Music Festivals, made Dessau a Wagner stronghold and made a great name for himself as the composer of numerous, frequently performed chamber music and orchestral works. With his works, Klughardt is still present in the musical world today. A grave monument created by Emanuel Semper in Cemetery III and Klughardtstraße in Dessau-Roßlau commemorate this important composer.

On the occasion of his 175th birthday, August Klughardt is being honoured in various ways this year. These include an exhibition by the Dessau-Roßlau City Archive and the Anhalt Theatre Dessau entitled "August Klughardt (1847-1902). Composer, Conductor, Court Kapellmeister". In addition to texts and pictures on the life and work of August Klughardt, the exhibition will feature an oil painting of Klughardt created by August Seelmann, original documents from the Klughardt estate in the city archives and a historic trombone purchased by the conductor for the court orchestra. The exhibition will open in the foyer of the Anhaltisches Theater on 15 October 2022 at 4 p.m. and will be on view there until 27 November during the opening of the theatre on performance days. Marco Zabel from Neustrelitz will speak about August Klughardt at the exhibition opening. David Werner (oboe), Svetla Kambourova (viola) and Sebastian Kennerknecht (piano) will perform Klughardt's "Schilflieder".

All interested parties are cordially invited! Admission is free.


Dessau-Roßlau Municipal Archive

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Stadtarchiv Dessau-Roßlau
Heidestraße 21
06842 Dessau


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