Series: Schriftreihe der Stadt Erkelenz

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Studien zur Geschichte der Stadt Erkelenz vom Mittelalter bis zur frühen Neuzeit by Wilfried Krings1
Stadtwerdung und Wirtschaftskräfte in Erkelenz. Mit drei Karten und einem Quellenanhang. by Klaus. Flink2
Katalog der Ausstellung. Dokumente zur Geschichte der Stadt Erkelenz. by Friedel Krings3
Erkelenz in Bildern (German Edition) by Klaus Barisch4
Holzweiler. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte bis Anfang des 19. Jahrkunderts by Paul Blaesen5
Erkelenzer Börde und Niersquellengebiet. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der ehemaligen Dörfer und Gemeinden: Immerath, Pesch, Spennrath, Lützerath, Keyenberg, Berverath, Borschemich, Holz usw by Karl L Mackes6
Holzweiler. Ein rheinisches Dorf in preussischer Zeit 1815-1947 by Paul Blaesen7
Zwischen Planung und Bebauung by Josef Kahlau8
Kulturlandschaft Erkelenzer Börde. Gestaltete Heimat by Hatto Haak9
Cornelius Burgh (um 1590-1638), Band 1: Leben und Werk: Italienische Monodie und Geistliches Konzert im Rheinland by Karlheinz Höfer10
Cornelius Burgh (um 1590-1638), Band 2: Burg und seine Zeit von Karlheinz Höfer by Karlheinz Höfer10
25 Jahre Kommunale Neugliderung Stadt Erkelenz 1972 - 1996 by Verschiedene11
Hohenbusch: im Wandel der Jahrhunderte. by Verschiedene12

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