One evening I flew a halberstadt biplane; this was the first appearance of these machines at the front.
Even halberstadt, which had been retained at the Peace of Prague, was now lost to them.
Haymo, bishop of halberstadt, who had studied at Fulda, maintained the doctrine of the material change in its most extreme form.
Distinguished publicist; born at halberstadt and died at Blasewitz, near Dresden, where he made his home for many years.
On the way Banr was attacked by a fever and died at halberstadt, in 1641.
One excellent tale he tells on the subject concerns a peasant who lived near halberstadt, in Saxony.
Chapter of Mainz could or would do little or nothing, having been drained lately; Magdeburg, halberstadt, the like.
Luther gives us the following as having come to his knowledge near halberstadt, in Saxony.
They were as raw as Wallenstein's troops had been when he first entered the diocese of halberstadt in 1625.
The earliest chromatic keyboards known are those in the organ erected at halberstadt cathedral in 1361.