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Die Schlacht bei Stellau 1201

Die Schlacht bei Stellau 1201 by Detlev von Liliencron
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Die Schlacht bei Stellau 1201 by Detlev von Liliencron is a well-researched and detailed account of a significant medieval battle that took place in northern Germany. The author provides a comprehensive overview of the events leading up to the battle, the key players involved, and the strategic importance of the conflict.

Liliencron's writing style is engaging and informative, making this book accessible to both academic scholars and general readers interested in medieval history. The author's attention to detail and meticulous research shine through in his vivid descriptions of the battle itself, as well as the aftermath and its impact on the region.

One of the strengths of this book is the author's ability to contextualize the battle within the broader historical and political landscape of the time. By providing readers with a clear understanding of the social, economic, and military factors at play, Liliencron helps us appreciate the significance of the Battle of Stellau in shaping the course of regional history.

Overall, Die Schlacht bei Stellau 1201 is a compelling and well-crafted account of a pivotal moment in medieval Germany. Liliencron's thorough research and engaging narrative make this book a valuable resource for anyone interested in military history, medieval studies, or the medieval period in general.

Book Description:

Kurzes Historien Drama um die Schlacht bei Stellau 1201 zwischen Dänen und Holsteinern. Den roten Faden bittet die Liebe zu einer Sklavin, unversöhnlicher Haß und daraus folgende Rache.

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