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ⓘ Bassum




Bassum
                                     

ⓘ Bassum

Bassum is a town in the district of Diepholz, Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated approximately 35 km northeast of Diepholz, and 25 km south of Bremen.

                                     
  • born 13 January 1906, Witten - Buchholz - Kaempen died 19 October 1964, Bassum was a German official of World War II who headed an emergency 1944 decentralization
  • Hans - Hermann Hannes Sprado born 3 July 1956 in Bassum died 24 July 2014 was a German journalist and author. Until his death he was editor - in - chief
  • Winzenburg, and Eric III, King of Denmark Richardis von Stade, Abbess at Bassum and close confidant of Saint Hildegard von Bingen. Rudolf was deposed as
  • University, not far from Sweet Briar College. Marie - Ann Maushart: Hertha Sponer, Bassum 1997. Renate Tobies, Aller Mannerkultur zum Trotz: Frauen in Mathematik
  • Woldstedt 1955: 159 spoke about underlying sands that, in the Cloppenburg - Bassum Geest belonged to the Elster glaciation. A covering of boulder clay was
  • TuRa Bremen TV Arsten Delmenhorster BV, club based in Lower Saxony TSV Bassum Source: Amateurliga Bremen Das deutsche Fussball - Archiv. Retrieved 24
  • Hanoverian Western Railway. It was followed in 1899 1901 by the Rahden Sulingen Bassum line. Direct services to Bremen ran over this line until June 1994. Reactivation
  • Wathlingen Schwegen Berlin Fahrdorf Raesfeld Dissen Bad Westernkotten Kriftel Bassum Dasbach Leegmoor Weil Munich Hambrucken Ludwigsburg Waldenburg Furth Altheim
  • Neuenkirchen is a municipality in the district of Diepholz, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Landesamt fur Statistik Niedersachsen, LSN - Online Regionaldatenbank
  • Ansgari - church Bremen, organ decoration, 1957, 1960 St. Ansgar - church Bassum statue of Mary, 1959 Christus - church Oldenbrok, altar - restoration, 1960 1961

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