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a town in central Germany, in Saxony-Anhalt: industrial centre noted for its historic buildings. Pop: 40 014 (2003 est)
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  • One evening I flew a halberstadt biplane; this was the first appearance of these machines at the front.

  • Even halberstadt, which had been retained at the Peace of Prague, was now lost to them.

    The Thirty Years' War Samuel Rawson Gardiner
  • Haymo, bishop of halberstadt, who had studied at Fulda, maintained the doctrine of the material change in its most extreme form.

  • Distinguished publicist; born at halberstadt and died at Blasewitz, near Dresden, where he made his home for many years.

    Immortal Memories Clement Shorter
  • On the way Banr was attacked by a fever and died at halberstadt, in 1641.

    Sweden Victor Nilsson
  • One excellent tale he tells on the subject concerns a peasant who lived near halberstadt, in Saxony.

    The Science of Fairy Tales Edwin Sidney Hartland
  • Chapter of Mainz could or would do little or nothing, having been drained lately; Magdeburg, halberstadt, the like.

  • Luther gives us the following as having come to his knowledge near halberstadt, in Saxony.

    German Culture Past and Present Ernest Belfort Bax
  • They were as raw as Wallenstein's troops had been when he first entered the diocese of halberstadt in 1625.

    The Thirty Years' War Samuel Rawson Gardiner
  • The earliest chromatic keyboards known are those in the organ erected at halberstadt cathedral in 1361.

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