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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Hamburg, Germany.

Contents

Prior to 16th centuryEdit

16th–18th centuriesEdit

 
Hamburg, 1730

19th centuryEdit

1800s–1840sEdit

1850s–1890sEdit

20th centuryEdit

1900–1945Edit

1946–1990sEdit

21st centuryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.

BibliographyEdit

in EnglishEdit

published in 17th–18th centuries
  • Thomas Nugent (1749), "Hamburg", The Grand Tour, 2: Germany and Holland, London: S. Birt
  • Joseph Marshall (1772), "Hamburgh (etc.)", Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, the Ukraine, and Poland, in the years 1768, 1769, and 1770, London: Printed for J. Almon, OCLC 3354484
  • Richard Brookes (1786), "Hamburg", The General Gazetteer (6th ed.), London: J.F.C. Rivington
published in 19th century
published in 20th century
published in 21st century

in GermanEdit

External linksEdit