Military in Demmin
Note: The digital copies of the Ulan Regiment are listed separately.
Heinrich von Vicken, Swedish colonel and commander in Demmin, brings suit against furrier Joachim Vogt in Demmin, 1658
Documents of Heinrich von Vicken, Swedish colonel and commander in Demmin, 01 July 1658. Sharp accusations against the furrier Joachim Vogt in Demmin, who did not deliver the fur ordered in winter for the soldiers, so that many froze to death at the guard, and now “this fool” wants to accuse him of lying, when he had taken care of his soldiers in Demmin. Enclosed another document, Demmin 02. July 1658 about the same case.
Letter from Duke Christian Ludwig of Mecklenburg concerning accusations against Colonel Wachtmeister de Crull in connection with soldier advertising, November 30, 1739
Siege report concerning positions before Anklam, Demmin, Pasewalk, Ueckermünde, Usedom, 1757-1763
Announcement of the Swedish governor general for assistance to deserted soldiers, Stralsund, 13 May 1813
Organization of a Citizen Guard in Demmin, 1812-1813
With the names of the members of the Markman’s Guild and other persons.
Announcement of the Prince of Putbus for assistance to deserted soldiers, Stralsund, 14 February 1816