Landwehr, Lower Saxony

Landwehr is a municipality in the district of Hildesheim in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Towns and municipalities in Hildesheim district
  • Adenstedt
  • Alfeld
  • Algermissen
  • Almstedt
  • Bad Salzdetfurth
  • Banteln
  • Betheln
  • Bockenem
  • Brüggen
  • Coppengrave
  • Despetal
  • Diekholzen
  • Duingen
  • Eberholzen
  • Eime
  • Elze
  • Everode
  • Freden
  • Giesen
  • Gronau
  • Harbarnsen
  • Harsum
  • Hildesheim
  • Holle
  • Hoyershausen
  • Lamspringe
  • Landwehr
  • Marienhagen
  • Neuhof
  • Nordstemmen
  • Rheden
  • Sarstedt
  • Schellerten
  • Sehlem
  • Sibbesse
  • Söhlde
  • Weenzen
  • Westfeld
  • Winzenburg
  • Woltershausen

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Austro-Hungarian Army in July 1914 - K.u. Honvéd (königlich Ungarische Landwehr)
... In 1915 units that had nicknames or names of honor lost them by order of the War Ministry ... Thereafter units were designated only by number ...
German Army (German Empire) - Structure - Division
... These divisions were all mobilized in August 1914 ... They were reorganized, receiving engineer companies and other support units from their corps, and giving up most of their cavalry to form cavalry divisions ...
Landwehr Canal
... Lenné designed a canal with sloped walls, an average width of 20 m (66 ft) at the surface and locks near both ends to control the water depth ... In the course of two enlargements 1883-1890 and 1936-1941 it reached a breadth of 22 m (72 ft) and a depth of 2 m (6.6 ft) ...
Battle Of Køge - Battle
... The foot soldiers were organized into the 5th, 6th, and 7th Battalions of the North Zealand Landwehr, the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Battalions of the South Zealand Landwehr ...