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that specialists and skilled workers from different European regions migrated to Denmark in the middle of the18th century and contributed to the industrial development of Frederiksvaerk?

When king Frederik 5 moved the gun foundry from Copenhagen to the countryside in Northern Zealand it was enlarged by the powder works and...

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Reinhard Mannesmann (1856 – 1922)

Reinhard Mannesmann was a member of a family with deep roots in the iron-working traditions of the Bergisches Land, who made a series of...


| Call for Papers - ERIH Annual Conference 2018 now open

10 to 12 October 2018 in Bologna, Italy, Topic: "Mind the gap - The Challenges for...  more

| Industriada 2018 – The role of women

The Silesian Voivodeship is at the very heart of Poland’s industry. This unique...  more

| That was Work-it-Out – 32 sites, in 10 countries, more than 3,000 dancers and a lot of fun

A big THANK YOU to all the dancers, sites, spectators and everybody who is sharing,...  more

| The countdown is running - Work-it-Out on 1st May 2018

At 3 pm sharp on May 1, 2018, thousands of mainly young dancers will be transforming...  more

| ERIH German Chapter Meeting 2018: The Results

This week the ERIH Anchor Point Fagus Factory World Heritage Site in Alfeld near...  more

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