songs

Songs about Frankenberg:

songsHigh On Lemons (Nick Frankenberg's Limoncillo Dub) by Raise & Lukesh from the Album High On Lemons

songsHold On (Frankenberg & Honoree's Refix) by Raise from the Album Hold On Remixes

songsNordwest Passage (Nik Frankenbergs Mount Rushmore-Showdown) by Eskimo * from the Album Nordwest Passage - The Remix EP

songsRed Sea (Nik Frankenbergs Kashima Reprise) by Chris Air from the Album Red Sea EP

songsRed Sea (Nik Frankenbergs Namazu Rmx) by Chris Air from the Album Red Sea EP

songsSunk (Nik Frankenberg's Challenger Drop) by Thom Nagy from the Album Damals Remixes

books

Books about Frankenberg:

booksThe Mystery of Frankenberg's Canadian Airman by Peter Hessel and Desmond Morton (Sep 2, 2005)

booksFrankenberg: Webster's Timeline History, 1667 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksFrankenberg's Prussia: A Guide To Lost Prussian Nobility by Franz W Frankenberg (Apr 8, 1858)

booksFrankenberg by Günther Großer (Sep 1, 2012)

booksThe Resegregation of Suburban Schools: A Hidden Crisis in American Education by Edited by Erica Frankenberg and... (0010)

booksLife and Times of Ellen von Frankenberg (Choreography and Dance Studies Series) by Karen Bell-Kanner (Jan 1, 1991)

booksThe Ben Frankenberg collection of Bisbee minerals.(Benjamin Frankenberg): An article from: The Mineralogical Record... by Anthony R. Kampf (Sep 12, 2006)

movies

Movies about Frankenberg:

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wiki

Wiki information Frankenberg:

Frankenberg
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Frankenberg an der Eder is a town in Waldeck-Frankenberg district and regional center in Hesse, Germany. The mountain at a ford over the Eder north of the Burgwald range was for a long time a fortified place, playing an especially important rôle...

Frankenberg
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Frankenberg is a town in the district of Mittelsachsen, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the river Zschopau, 12 km northeast of Chemnitz. It was the site of the Nazi concentration camp Sachsenburg.