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Germany 1789

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Germany 1789
Germany 1789 Interactive
by Thomas Höckmann

Price: 29 euros by direct download
(+ VAT) or 39 euros on CD-ROM
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Web version
Price: € 29.00 + VAT
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40 maps of Germany at the end of the 18th century with direct links to the relevant information about the territories in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, English version.

Windows 95 / 98 / NT / 2000 / Me / XP / Mac OS / Linux

System requirements
- PC or Mac.
- Pentium 200 Mhz or faster.
- 64 MB RAM.
- Screen resolution of 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 recommended.
- 4x CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive for the CD-ROM version.
- Adobe Reader required.

Direct download
Click on the purchase link here above. Pay by credit card and you will receive immediately a download link with login and password.

Main features
- 40 high-resolution maps featuring the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation as it was in 1789.
- Direct click access to the chosen detailed map.
- Each map has active rims which allow direct access to adjoining maps.
- On each page, small red arrows allow easy navigation through the atlas.
- Each map is presented on an A3 format page, i.e. 279.4 mm x 209.5 mm.
- Detailed views are available through the Adobe reader zooming functions.
- The whole atlas can be printed on A4 pages and is easily readable.

You will have 24 hours to download the atlas as a .pdf file of 18 Mb. You will need Adobe Reader to view it.
If you select physical shipping, you will receive, in addition, a CD-ROM copy of the product.

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Spotlight reviews
"Finally, an easy way to find all these small German principalities, counties, duchies and lordships."  Mary D.

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