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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Hamburg, Germany.

Prior to 16th century

Part of a series on the
History of Hamburg
'Hamburg' by Robert Bowyer, 1814
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  • Other Hamburg topics

16th–18th centuries

Hamburg, 1730

19th century



20th century



21st century

See also


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This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.


in English

published in 17th–18th centuries
  • Thomas Nugent (1749), "Hamburg", The Grand Tour, 2: Germany and Holland, London: S. Birt
  • Joseph Marshall (1772), "Hamburgh (etc.)", Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, the Ukraine, and Poland, in the years 1768, 1769, and 1770, London: Printed for J. Almon, OCLC 3354484
  • Richard Brookes (1786), "Hamburg", The General Gazetteer (6th ed.), London: J.F.C. Rivington
published in 19th century
  • Jedidiah Morse; Richard C. Morse (1823), "Hamburgh", New Universal Gazetteer (4th ed.), New Haven: S. Converse
  • David Brewster, ed. (1830). "Hamburgh". Edinburgh Encyclopædia. Edinburgh: William Blackwood.
  • Edward Augustus Domeier (1830), "Hamburg", Descriptive Road-Book of Germany, London: Samuel Leigh
  • Robert Baird (1842), "Hamburg", Visit to Northern Europe, New York: John S. Taylor & Co., OCLC 8052123
  • Theodore Alois Buckley (1862), "Hamburgh", Great Cities of the Middle Ages (2nd ed.), London: Routledge, Warne, & Routledge
  • Charles Knight, ed. (1866). "Hamburg". Geography. English Cyclopaedia. 3. London: Bradbury, Evans, & Co.
  • "Hamburg", Northern Germany (5th ed.), Coblenz: Karl Baedeker, 1873, OCLC 5947482
  • "Hamburg", Bradshaw's Illustrated Hand-book to Germany, London: W.J. Adams & Sons, 1873
  • "Hamburg", Appletons' European Guide Book, New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1888
  • Murat Halstead (November 1892). "City of Hamburg". The Cosmopolitan. New York.
published in 20th century
  • "Hamburg", Northern Germany (15th ed.), Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1910, OCLC 78390379
  • "Hamburg", Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.), New York, 1910, OCLC 14782424
  • Nathaniel Newnham Davis (1911), "Hamburg", The Gourmet's Guide to Europe (3rd ed.), London: Grant Richards
  • Esther Singleton (1913), "City of Hamburg", Great Cities of Europe, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page
  • Wilson King (1914), Chronicles of Three Free Cities: Hamburg Bremen, Lübeck, London: Dent
  • Joachim Joesten (1960), This is Hamburg in 1960, New Germany Reports, Gt. Barrington, Massachusetts, USA: J. Joesten
  • Philippe Dollinger (1970). The German Hansa. Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-0742-8.
  • Madeleine Hurd (1996). "Education, Morality, and the Politics of Class in Hamburg and Stockholm, 1870–1914". Journal of Contemporary History. 31 (4): 619–650. doi:10.1177/002200949603100402. JSTOR 261041.
published in 21st century
  • John M. Jeep, ed. (2001). "Hamburg". Medieval Germany: an Encyclopedia. Garland Publishing. ISBN 0-8240-7644-3.
  • Clemens Wischermann (2002). "Changes in population development, urban structures, and living conditions in nineteenth-century Hamburg". In Richard Lawton; W. Robert Lee (eds.). Population and Society in Western European Port Cities, c.1650-1939. Liverpool University Press. ISBN 978-0-85323-435-7.
  • Peter Uwe Hohendahl, ed. (2003), Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism, and National Culture: Public Culture in Hamburg, 1700–1933, Rodopi, ISBN 9789042011854
  • Maiken Umbach (2005). "A Tale of Second Cities: Autonomy, Culture, and the Law in Hamburg and Barcelona in the Late Nineteenth Century". American Historical Review. 110 (3): 659–692. doi:10.1086/ahr.110.3.659.

in German

  • "Hamburg". Topographia Saxoniae Inferioris. Topographia Germaniae (in German). Frankfurt. 1653. p. 125+.
  • Gottfried Schütze (1776). Die Geschichte von Hamburg (in German). Hamburg: J.G. Fritsch. v.2
  • J. J. Ropelius (1832). Chronik oder Geschichte von Hamburg [Chronicle or History of Hamburg] (in German). J.L.H. Wichers und Sohn.
  • W. L. Meeder (1838–1839). Geschichte von Hamburg [History of Hamburg] (in German). Hamburg.
  • Johann Gustav Gallois (1853–1856), Geschichte der Stadt Hamburg (in German), Hamburg: Tramburg's Erben, OCLC 6894187
  • Architectonischen Verein (1868). Hamburg: historisch-topographische und baugeschichtliche Mittheilungen (in German). Hamburg: Otto Meissner.
  • Gaedechens (1880). Historische Topographie der Freien und Hanse-Stadt Hamburg (in German).
  • Carl Mönckeberg (1885), Geschichte der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg (in German), Persiehl, OCLC 13436239, OL 23438002M
  • Fabian Landau (1907). Denksteine aus der Geschichte von Hamburg und Altona [Monuments from the history of Hamburg and Altona] (in German). Hamburg: Knackstedt & Näther.
  • Hamburg. Griebens Reiseführer (in German). 1912.
  • P. Krauss und E. Uetrecht, ed. (1913). "Hamburg". Meyers Deutscher Städteatlas [Meyer's Atlas of German Cities] (in German). Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut.

External links

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