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NAME

It has two nomes “Lehnhard” - after a family name (inhabitants?) and “Sprenger” - the name of an early town Mayor, this is its usual name.

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Facilities

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Topographia Palatinatus Rheni: Pfedersheim Merian, Frankfurt, 1645
The battle of Pfeddersheim was the result of unrealistic demands being made of unreasonable people: ill-informed famers, over-optimistic townsfolk against the Catholic Church and loyal nobility.  The rebellious farmers found favour with the town citizens.  The establishment had in their power well- equipped troops and cavalry.  Whatever the justification (or lack of it) battles were fought in the surrounding vineyards with following revenge exacted on rebels and bystanders alike.  The Sprenger Turm overlooks a gorge where, it is said, the blood ran down from the fields and turned the road red all the way to the town gate.  To this day it is still known as “Bluthohl” or Blood Hollow.  If you have ever asked yourself why Germany seems so keen on promoting a political European Union then perhaps the following might she a little light... The Thirty Years War (1618-1648) devastated entire regions of Germany with armies being provisioned along the Roman lines “The war will feed itself”; in other words, the armies plundered as they fought.  (A credo conciously adopted by the Third Reich).  Over the war’s 30 year duration between eight  and twelve million people were killed – 20-30% of Germany’s population.  Begun as an inter-German religious war (with German states acting as proxies for foreign powers) it became the first Europe-wide war and was fought on German soil.  It ended in the Treaty of Westphalia, which set the political map of Europe as we know it today.  But the biggest losers were Germany.
As if that were not enough, forty years later  the Nine-Years War, began!  This was the culmination of border struggles and skirmishes resulting from the  compromise Treaty of Westphalia.  Pfeddersheim witnessed many armies and troops moving through the area, denuding the communities as they went.  It paid to keep a low profile, which is what many communities chose to do; Pfeddersheim slumped into a shadow of its former glory. From 1792 the entire left-bank of the Rhine was annexed by France; Pfeddersheim became the capital of a small canton in the département Mont-Tonnerre.  Whenever Napoleon was on the march, he built straight roads and emasculated fortifications – a fate that Pfeddersheim did not escape.  It was sufficient in this case to demolish a couple of town gates. Napoleon’s final defeat at Waterloo signalled the opportunity for German states to reclaimlost territory and, once again, Pfeddersheim was in Germany as part of the Grand Duchy of Hesse-Darmstadt, but it retained its city rights.  However, these were withdrawn in 1874; the population had dwindled.  Those rights were again returned in 1954 following the Allied realignment of the BundesRepublic, only to be lost yet again when Pfeddersheim was subsumed into Worms. Its current population of roughly 7,500 has a politically and socially active core with the troubles of the past put to bed.
Here are the fine exploits of these inhuman hearts
One invents forms of torture to get some gold,
The other, having committed 1,000 crimes, encourages his accomplices
And all in accord, they maliciously commit
Theft, kidnapping, murder, and rape.
They ravage all over, nothing escapes their hands
a rich history spanning 500 years
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The battle of Pfeddersheim was the result of unrealistic demands being made of unreasonable people: ill-informed famers, over- optimistic townsfolk against the Catholic Church and loyal nobility.  The rebellious farmers found favour with the town citizens.  The establishment had in their power well-equipped troops and cavalry.  Whatever the justification (or lack of it) battles were fought in the surrounding vineyards with following revenge exacted on rebels and bystanders alike.  The Sprenger Turm overlooks a gorge where, it is said, the blood ran down from the fields and turned the road red all the way to the town gate.  To this day it is still known as “Bluthohl” or Blood Hollow.  If you have ever asked yourself why Germany seems so keen on promoting a political European Union then perhaps the following might she a little light... The Thirty Years War (1618-1648) devastated entire regions of Germany with armies being provisioned along the Roman lines “The war will feed itself”; in other words, the armies plundered as they fought.  (A credo conciously adopted by the Third Reich).  Over the war’s 30 year duration between eight  and twelve million people were killed – 20-30% of Germany’s population.  Begun as an inter-German religious war (with German states acting as proxies for foreign powers) it became the first Europe-wide war and was fought on German soil.  It ended in the Treaty of Westphalia, which set the political map of Europe as we know it today.  But the biggest losers were Germany.
If you have ever asked yourself why Germany seems so keen on promoting a political European Union then perhaps the following might she a little light... The Thirty Years War (1618-1648) devastated entire regions of Germany with armies being provisioned along the Roman lines “The war will feed itself”; in other words, the armies plundered as they fought.  (A credo conciously adopted by the Third Reich).  Over the war’s 30 year duration between eight  and twelve million people were killed – 20-30% of Germany’s population.  Begun as an inter-German religious war (with German states acting as proxies for foreign powers) it became the first Europe-wide war and was fought on German soil.  It ended in the Treaty of Westphalia, which set the political map of Europe as we know it today.  But the biggest losers were Germany.

NAME

It has two nomes “Lehnhard” - after a family name (inhabitants?) and “Sprenger” - the name of an early town Mayor, this is its usual name.

Height

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Weather

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Facilities

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Distances

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Night Life

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Topographia Palatinatus Rheni: Pfedersheim Merian, Frankfurt, 1645
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