The castle of Eilenburg was first mentioned at 29 July 961 in a document by Otto I. as civitas Ilburg. The name has Slavic origin and means towns in clay deposites. Probably in the 11th century there has developed a settlement of purchase people in the advance of the castle, that forms the origin of the today's town of Eilenburg.
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Its name could be derived from Old German (possibly Gothic) "Mulda" (𐌼ᚢ𐌻ᛞᚨ), meaning "dust" and a cognate of English " mould "). But more possibly it is related to the German "mahlen" which means "to mill".
Eilenburg and Halle–Cottbus railway · See more » Harald Heinke. Harald Heinke (born 15 May 1955 in Eilenburg) is a German former judoka who competed in the 1980 Summer Olympics. New!!: Eilenburg and Harald Heinke · See more » Hesse
Eilenburg on kaupunki Saksin osavaltiossa Saksassa. Se sijaitsee Leipzigistä noin kaksikymmentä kilometriä koilliseen. Eilenburgin pinta-ala on 46,84 km² ja väkiluku 17 580 ( 2005 ).
Adelaide of Eilenburg (1040 – 26 January 1071) was a German noblewoman. She was a daughter of Margrave Dedi I of the Saxon Eastern March and his first wife Oda of Lusatia.In 1060 she married Margrave Ernest of Austria. He was a member of the House of Babenberg; she was his first wife.
Creation. The Stasi was founded on 8 February 1950. Wilhelm Zaisser was the first Minister of State Security of the GDR, and Erich Mielke was his deputy. Zaisser tried to depose SED General Secretary Walter Ulbricht after the June 1953 uprising, but was instead removed by Ulbricht and replaced with Ernst Wollweber thereafter.
The Leipziger Volkszeitung or LVZ (German for Leipzig People's Newspaper) is a daily regional newspaper in Leipzig and western Saxony, Germany.First published on 1 October 1894, the LVZ was formerly an important publication of the workers' movement and is currently the only local newspaper in Leipzig.