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From: "Charlotte Sawyer" <>
Subject: RE: [S-H-RTS] German measures
Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2001 17:22:49 -0700
In-Reply-To: <016901c12e6f$6ee78a00$fb45a8c0@hnpc1>


We all LOVE the work you're doing and appreciate it VERY much!!! And
pictures also!!? Fantastic!

thank you Thank you THANK YOU!!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wolfgang Boock [mailto:]
> Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 1:40 PM
> To:
> Subject: [S-H-RTS] German measures
>
>
> Dear Listers,
>
> You have not heard so much from us some days. Don`t worry, we are
> very busy with other things at the moment, so I was on business
> trip for some days and will be again next week. Additionally we
> have very nice summerweather and we do`t like to spend this short
> summer while sitting at the computer. We will go on soon.
> Attached you see an information that I sent some time ago
> concerning old german measures. I hope it will help a little.
> The other thing is that we are gathering material to create our
> own homepage, we will edit this page later in autum this year
> when weather turns rainy and wet. There we will present you some
> information and photos from Schleswig Holstein, we take these
> photos now at summertime when we are going around. Additionally
> we are planning to give some deeper information about living,
> measures....... in the past.
>
> You will hear more soon
>
> Wolfgang
>
>
>
> Areas:
> 1 danish ( I think this one was used in Schleswig Holstein) Tonne = 55,162
> Ar.
> 1 Ar = 100 qm (square meter)
> 100 Ar = 1 Hektar
> 100 Hektar = 1 qkm (square kilometer)
> 1 Hektar = app 2.5 acre
>
> So: 1 Tonne = 5516 qm
> 2 Tonnen = app 1 Hektar
> 1 Tonne = app 1.22 acre
>
> 1 english square mile = 2 4/5 qkm
> 1 german square mile = 21 1/8 english square miles
>
>
> Distances:
> 1 english mile = 1 2/3 kilometer
> 4 3/5 english miles = 1 german mile (geographic mile)
>
> All distances in the topographie are shown in german miles.
> I hope that will help a bit or maybee confuse you totally???
>
>


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