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The Crimson Cog are a historical re-enactment group in New South Wales. They focus on the Hanseatic League in the years 1250-1300, particularly the city of Lübeck in northern Germany. The Hanseatic League were a confederation of merchant guilds…

An article on page 8 of the Brisbane Courier newspaper on December 29, 1930. The article reports on the forthcoming excavations of the main Viking trading centre of the ninth to eleventh centuries, Hedeby. The site is now in northern Germany in South…

An article on page 11 of the Melbourne newspaper The Argus in September 1937. The article reports on two benches in Berlin in Nazi Germany being painted yellow for use by Jews. The article says that the decision recalled an edict in the medieval…