Magdeburg

Magdeburg, on the Elbe, 75 m. SW. of Berlin, is the capital of Prussian Saxony, one of the most important fortresses, the chief sugar market of Germany, and the seat of large iron manufactures; it has also distilleries and cotton mills, and is a busy railway centre; it is a place of ancient date and historical interest.

Population (circa 1900) given as 202,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Magdalene, Mary * Magellan, Ferdinand
Mæcenas
Maelström
Mænades
Mæonides
Maestricht
Maeterlinck, Maurice
Mafeking
Maffia
Magdala
Magdalene, Mary
Magdeburg
Magellan, Ferdinand
Magellanic Clouds
Magendie, François
Magenta
Maggiore, Lago
Magi
Magi, the Three
Magic
Maginn, William
Magliabecchi

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Bahrdt, Charles Frederick
Baronius, Cæsar
Chemnitz, Martin
Doringk, Matthias
Guischard, Charles Gottlieb
Illyricus, Matthias Flacius
Judex, Matthew
Luther, Martin
Strigelius, Victorinus
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