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Sigloch Edition, Saltburg 1985. Text in Deutsch, English, French., A photographic record of a stunnng part of Germany, Hohenloe and the villages in and around the Ohrn valley. The home land of poets Friedrich von Schiller and Eduard Mörike. After the French revolution was a time of radical changes in both the territorial and political situation in Europe. Hohenloher, which had been ruled by Herzog Friedrich II since 1797 in a absolutist manner, gave its support to Napoleon. It was one of the states which formed the Confederation of the Rhine under the protection of Napoleon (Rheinbund 1806 to 1813). An extrordinary inked salutation from employees of 'Purolator' to 'Pascal' adorns the blank fep. Pasted down illustration to black buckram covered end boards. Near fine condition. 258pp 270 x 300 mm