The history of the world; a survey of a man's record . head of the Christian VIII, with the Danebrog flag taken from the Ge.sion,and Paludan.s sword, are still preserved in a trophy room of Coburg Castle ; cf. the joyousepic Geisterspuk, oder Das grosse Umgeheu auf der Veste Koburg, by Fritz Hofmann(Leipsic, 1877). In the battle our flag is our glory and pride,And its colours are black, gold, and red.Black for duatli; red for blood; our freedom is gold,And for it will we fight until dead. (Johann Meyer in the GrondunnerBdag bi Eckemfor, Leipsic, IS73.) The painter of the picture, Rudolf Hardor

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The history of the world; a survey of a man's record . head of the Christian VIII, with the Danebrog flag taken from the Ge.sion,and Paludan.s sword, are still preserved in a trophy room of Coburg Castle ; cf. the joyousepic Geisterspuk, oder Das grosse Umgeheu auf der Veste Koburg, by Fritz Hofmann(Leipsic, 1877). In the battle our flag is our glory and pride,And its colours are black, gold, and red.Black for duatli; red for blood; our freedom is gold,And for it will we fight until dead. (Johann Meyer in the GrondunnerBdag bi Eckemfor, Leipsic, IS73.) The painter of the picture, Rudolf Hardor Stock Photo
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The history of the world; a survey of a man's record . head of the Christian VIII, with the Danebrog flag taken from the Ge.sion,and Paludan.s sword, are still preserved in a trophy room of Coburg Castle ; cf. the joyousepic Geisterspuk, oder Das grosse Umgeheu auf der Veste Koburg, by Fritz Hofmann(Leipsic, 1877). In the battle our flag is our glory and pride,And its colours are black, gold, and red.Black for duatli; red for blood; our freedom is gold,And for it will we fight until dead. (Johann Meyer in the GrondunnerBdag bi Eckemfor, Leipsic, IS73.) The painter of the picture, Rudolf Hardor
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The history of the world; a survey of a man's record . head of the Christian VIII, with the Danebrog flag taken from the Ge.sion,and Paludan.s sword, are still preserved in a trophy room of Coburg Castle ; cf. the joyousepic Geisterspuk, oder Das grosse Umgeheu auf der Veste Koburg, by Fritz Hofmann(Leipsic, 1877). In the battle our flag is our glory and pride,And its colours are black, gold, and red.Black for duatli; red for blood; our freedom is gold,And for it will we fight until dead. (Johann Meyer in the GrondunnerBdag bi Eckemfor, Leipsic, IS73.) The painter of the picture, Rudolf Hardorff of Hamburg (born March 8, ISlo), hurried tothe spot on April 6, 1849 (a large splinter from the • Christian VIII is still in his possession),sketched the north and south batteries on the scene of the conflict, with any other visiblememorials, and gained much detailed information from the Nassau contingent. Hence thepicture (belonging to the Hamburg Art Gallery) may justly claim to be a historically faithfulreproduction of the climax of that day.. - JO g I o -2 ?r;^riut^] HISTORY of the world 209 many national duties of which he talked so glibly. His first steps in the Schles-wig-Holstein complication displayed extraordinary vigour. On April 3, 1848, twoPrussian regiments of the guard marched into Kendsburg, and then- commander,General Eduard von Bonin, sent an ultimatum on the 16lh to the Danish troops,ordering them to evacuate the duchy and the town of Schleswig, which they hadseized after a \ictory at Ban (April 9) over the untrained Schleswig-Holsteintroops. On April 12 the federal councU at Frankfurt recognised the provisionalgovernment at Kiel, and mobilised the tenth federal ami}- corps (Hanover, Meck-lenburg, and Brunswick) for the protection of the federal frontier. The Prussiangeneral Von Wrangel united this corps with his own troops, and fought the battleof Schleswig on the 23d, obliging the Danes to retreat to Alsen and Jutland. Throughout Germany tlie struggle