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”Trekhbratnie”
Introduction
During early October 2015 an opportunity was identified to review the history of Hellerup
Idræ...
”Trekhbratnie”
Finally, the article is presented in a neutral format. I have sought to create curiosity and
intrigue tempt...
”Trekhbratnie”
H.I.K - Latitude 29.00
Wednesday - 20 June 1906 – The front page of the Danish newspaper Politiken reported...
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Carl Kristian Schultz had drowned on the island of Fanø in 1897. Put simply they had all,
”Fallen in the dr...
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The vacant land known as Matrikel 16a (Map 3) was very close to the Hellerup home of Ernst
L. Schultz. Gent...
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12:00hrs on a Sunday. The issue is explained in greater detail on page 29 of H.I.K´s 50 year
anniversary bo...
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used as homes for Polish refugees in 1946 and converted for use as indoor tennis courts in
the years afterw...
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landscaping of the land at Hellerup Havn for Gentfote kommune. He was 66 years old and
within a further two...
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Brdr. Eksp was located for one year during 1905 at Østbanegade 11 (Matrikel 839), opposite
Østbanegade 9 an...
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Danish Military Bibliotek, Kastellet
Danish Design Museum
Royal Danish Museum for Art, Charlottenborg
Køben...
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Map 1 – Assistens Kirkegaard 2016 – Plot 360
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Map 2 – Roskilde 1896
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Map 3 – Matrikel 16a Hellerup Havn 1898
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There is a trail of impressions as you journey through the story of how HIK was started.

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  • Page 394 of the Last Battle by Cornelius Ryan and published in the 1960´s mentions the name Schultz. He is the 11th person on the list.
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  • The question has been why the Schultz family? Does Adolf Hitler answer this question through General Wenck and the 12th? Is there also an answer by moving the 6th SS Panzer Army to the Danube valley? General Wenck was ordered to move his army back towards Berlin and meet up with General Busse and his 9th Army. These orders came through Generals Jodl and Keitel after Hitler had had a serious meltdown. But returning to the question, Why the Schutlz family? Is the answer therefore linked to the role played by General Johann Valentin Graf von Schultz during the seige and battle of Vienna in 1683? He returned to Vienna with his army.
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  • Feedback from persons who have read Latitude 29 is now suggesting the Hitler defence of Berlin and Herodotus 3:94 with the Schultz family is now looking quite possible. Some have suggested it is correct!
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  1. 1. ”Trekhbratnie” Introduction During early October 2015 an opportunity was identified to review the history of Hellerup Idræts Klub “HIK” in Gentofte kommune. A previous “historical review” project at Københavns Boldklub “KB” in Frederiksberg had brought me into contact with many sporting associations and centers of excellence in Denmark. The knowledge and understanding I acquired provided an excellent footing for me to continue a journey on the “history of sport” at HIK and add a new project to my portfolio. The objective of the project at HIK was to write a new article for the club´s website about the origins of the club and its co-founder Ernst Ludvig Schultz. Two books published to celebrate the club´s 50 and 100 years anniversary were quickly reviewed and “senior” members of the tennis club were interviewed to learn about their impressions of the club´s journey through the years. I then entered into a world of dusty archives and information that had been locked away in time and space for over a hundred years. The impressions explained by senior members of the club and also by various retired pensioners living in Hellerup became a valuable part of the project. Indelibly etched events from people´s memories, from more than 75 years ago, will not always be available. As time moves forward these personal recollections will lose their clarity and significance. I was therefore extremely fortunate to listen to some of these reflections during the research. Reflections and milestones thus became the main area of research as I sought to try and build a picture of the club´s journey. The early death of Ernst Ludvig Schultz and his grave at Assistens kirkegaard (Map 1) was a natural starting place. I soon learned that he had been the third brother to die from a drowning accident and like his other brothers below 30 years of age. His eldest brother had been called Hans Frederik Wilhelm Schultz and was born on the 3rd of March 1876 in Horsens. I found no information to explain what had happened to him even though he was recorded as living at home in Østerbro, aged 13, during a København Police census. The second, third and fourth Schultz brothers were all buried in Assistens kirkegaard, København. After building a picture of the Schultz genealogy I was very fortunate to uncover a small but very important detail on a business in Roskilde managed by Ernst before his death. This information brought me into contact with the family of Christian Knud Thidemann Schultz, the uncle of Ernst. However, the quest to learn more about the family was very challenging and questions still remain about his place of education, the employer of his father Wilhelm August Antonio Schultz, Team Danmark at the Paris Olympics 1900, the medals won by Ernst Schultz etc.
  2. 2. ”Trekhbratnie” Finally, the article is presented in a neutral format. I have sought to create curiosity and intrigue tempting the reader to continue the research. The hope is for the reader to determine the final answer for themselves. Enjoy! Robin Drinkall
  3. 3. ”Trekhbratnie” H.I.K - Latitude 29.00 Wednesday - 20 June 1906 – The front page of the Danish newspaper Politiken reported on the Norwegian preparations for the Coronation of Haakon VII and his wife Queen Maud in Trondheim. It would be the last time that a Royal Coronation took place in Trondheim. Another story in the same newspaper was an update on the theft of precious items from Rosenborg Castle in København. The missing items had first been discovered a few months earlier in April 1906 and estimations on the value of missing items including pieces from the Flora Danica porcelain service, used for dessert at the 1809 anniversary dinner for Knights of Dannebrog, were put at no more than 20,000 kroner. Observers noted that too many questions were being asked about people in high circles and this was not the time to drink a glass of Cap Constantia. In Roskilde on the same date two close friends took to Roskilde Fjord and started a journey that would end in tragedy. Their names were Ernst Ludvig Schultz and Thorald Hoyen Petersen. The young gentlemen were physically fit and keen sportsmen but were no match for the power of the deep fjord water. News reports soon confirmed both persons had drowned. Ernst had moved to Roskilde from København to run a small business called ”Schultz Brdr. Sukkervarefabrik” at Heste Torv 5, (Matrikel 30). Official public notices suggest the legal name of the company managed by Ernst Schultz was called “Brdr. Schultz Roskilde”. In 1902 the two principals of the company were Wilhelm August Antonio Schultz of Hellerup and Christian Knud Thidemann Schultz of Roskilde. The two brothers appear to have transferred the rights of the company to Ernst Ludvig Schultz in 1904. Christian Knud Thidemann Schultz then became involved in “Holbaek Sukkervarefabrik” but was declared bankrupt when living in Tølløse in 1905. After the death of Ernst on the 20th of June 1906 a public notice was issued in the newspaper to inform people that “Brdr. Schultz Roskilde” was closing due to the tragedy on Roskilde Fjord. There is no information to suggest another family member may have been interested in taking over the company and continuing the trade. There is also no explanation for the two different names associated with the company other than one being for legal purposes and the other for trading and advertising purposes. On the 26th of June 1906 a grand funeral procession was arranged that started at Roskilde Rowing club, where Ernst had been the “Rochef” in 1905 and progressed through the streets of Roskilde (Map 2) and ended at the chapel in Grey Friar´s cemetery, “Gråbrødre kirkegaard,” Heste Torv. The body of Ernst was then taken to København and buried alongside his two brothers in Plot 360 at Assistens kirkegaard. One of his brothers called Hans Poul Benjamin Schultz had drowned in København in 1893 and another brother called
  4. 4. ”Trekhbratnie” Carl Kristian Schultz had drowned on the island of Fanø in 1897. Put simply they had all, ”Fallen in the drink”. Ernst Ludvig Schultz was born on the 15th of May 1879 in Horsens. His grandfather was called Wilhelm Heinrich August Schultz born in Schleswig 1825 and made a ”Dannebrogsmand” during his 26th year in 1850 for his role during the “First Schleswig War” known as the Danish Civil War. He then worked as a Customs Assistant on Langeland, a small island on the North East corner of Kieler Bay. The island is known to geologists for being a transition point between Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks, near latitude 55 and the 305 road at Tranekaer where a borehole was dug in 1906 and a second one dug in 1956. Cretaceous, “Danian” Tertiary is the period in time 66 million years ago when there was a mass extinction of living creatures. In 1860 Wilhelm H. A Schultz is documented as working in Aalborg and rises to the position of a Customs Inspector. In 1890 he is documented as living in Bagenkop on Langeland. One of the son´s of Wilhelm Heinrich August Schultz was called Wilhelm August Antonio Schultz. He was born in Fredericia in 1845 and later became a steam ship master moving to København in 1889 with his wife Julie Andrea Schultz to live at Østerbrogade 62, København DK-2100. In 1890 the family is reported living at Livjægergade 23 and by 1894 they were living at Rosenvængets Alle 16 (Matrikel 334). In 1896 the family left Østerbro to live at Strandvej 102, Hellerup DK-2900 (later called Café Jomsborg), near vacant land known as Matrikel 16a. The family lived in Hellerup for 7 years before returning to Østerbro and a new home at Sortedams Dossering 79. Hellerup Idræts Klub (H.I.K) was established on the 10th of December 1900. Ernst Ludvig Schultz was one of the club´s founding members and its first chairman. He was a famous athlete and held the Danish title for the joint fastest time of 17.4 seconds in 1899 in the 150 meters representing “KAF” Københavns Amatør Forening (150 meters was a distance run in athletics between years 1896-1900. The distance was abolished after 1900). At the Paris Olympic Games during the summer of 1900 he won a 3rd place “Bronze” in the 400 meters athletics race with a time of 51,5 seconds and a cash prize of 50 francs. In 1901 he came second winning a silver medal in the 400 meters race at an international sports festival in Malmø, Sweden, with a time of 56 seconds. Official reports from the Malmø games confirm he represented “Hellerup Idraets Klub” whereas in the year 1900 he represented KAF “Københavns Amatør Forening”, a sports club born out of “Københavns Fodsports Forening”. His 26 year old friend Ferdinand Petersen also represented Hellerup Idraets Klub in 1901 winning a gold medal with a time of 11.8 seconds in the 100 meters race at the Danish National Athletics Championships at B93, København. The Danish championships opened on the 16th of June. Sport and competitiveness were in the DNA of Ernst Ludvig Schultz and “Team Danmark” would have to wait a further 100 years before another Olympic medal was once again won on the athletics track.
  5. 5. ”Trekhbratnie” The vacant land known as Matrikel 16a (Map 3) was very close to the Hellerup home of Ernst L. Schultz. Gentofte kommune had already granted planning permission for building developers to build villas in Hellerup near Matrikel 16a and so in the year 1900 the land still remained vacant. It is not known at what point in the life of Ernst Schultz where he received the inspiration to found a club in Hellerup or if any person sowed an idea in his mind. Nevertheless, vacant land directly near his home and his involvement in B93 sports club must have inspired him to take the initiative. Present at the first meeting to found Hellerup Idræts Klub on the 10th of December 1900 were Ernst Ludvig Schultz, Holger Møller, formerly of Københavns Boldklub founded in 1876 and law student Georg Christensen. Thereafter Ernst Schultz took the initiative to continue a dialogue with a company called “Hellerup Strandpark A/S” who acted as landlords for Matrikel 16a at Hellerup Havn. A vision was created to build a football pitch, tennis courts, a small pavillion and a 200 meter sprint athletics track in 1901. The vision was communicated to all the local residents of Hellerup through the distribution of 400 newspapers called “Dansk Idrætsbladet” on Saturday the 30th of March 1901. One of the first buildings to be built on the land by Gentofte kommune was the sewage pumphouse and public toilets in 1901. The building was made of stone and similar in appearance to the public toilets at Nyhavn, next door to Charlottenborg Palace, Kongens Nytorv, København. The Hellerup Havn pumphouse acted as a main junction for all the sewers in the district and then pumped raw sewage out into the Øresund. Another pump house was also built further up the coast in grand Italian architecture remniscent of the Hercules pavillion in Kongens Have and called “Constantia”. Hellerup church was built in 1900 however prior to the construction of the church many of the local residents would either travel to Gentofte church or even as far as the church at Ordrup built in 1876. Hellerup resembled a small village community since the origins of its name giving in 1862. As the district developed a “church committee” was established and a public meeting was held on Wednesday the 30th of January 1896 at Emmaus House, Sofievej 33. Agreement was reached and a plan put in place to build a new church in Hellerup. As part of the local strategy a Sunday school was started in 1898 at the same address of which was later relocated to the church buildings once the new church had been consecrated. The Sunday school received great support and encouragement from the well liked and popular Professor C.V Prytz who later went on to start a gymnastics club called “Senior AF 1902”. The first years of Hellerup Idræts Klub saw great interest from local people. The facilities were used for football and long ball by children who went to what is today known as Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium and also a girls school known as Frkn. Schou and Trolles Skole. Swimming and tennis was also offered to club members. However in 1902 a drama erupted between H.I.K´s chairman Professor C.V Prytz and the clubs co-founder Ernst Ludvig Schultz. The issue was playing sport on a Sunday. Professor C.V Prytz, as H.I.K´s chairman, ammended the club protocols so that no sport could take place between 10:00hrs and
  6. 6. ”Trekhbratnie” 12:00hrs on a Sunday. The issue is explained in greater detail on page 29 of H.I.K´s 50 year anniversary book published in 1950 under the heading “Palace Revolution of October 1902”. The matter was concluded at a general meeting on 9 October 1902 when a new chairman was appointed. His name was Martin Rasmussen and the second headmaster of Hellerups Latin Real skole (Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium). The delicate subject of playing sport on a Sunday was also raised during the same years between Sankt Markus Church at “Forum” in Frederiksberg and Københavns Boldklub due to the proximity of sport and a house of hymn and prayer. Matrikel 16a at Hellerup Havn soon became a focus of interest and it wasn´t before long that building developers identified the land for luxury villas. By the year 1906 Hellerup Idræts Klub had become a small tennis club with tennis courts next door to the villa at Onsgardsvej 16 (Matrikel 16pu) designed by the architect Oskar Krampe. Then on the 20th of June 1906 the co-founder of the club, Ernst Ludvig Schultz, who had gone to live in Roskilde, drowned on Roskilde Fjord with his friend Thorald Hoyen Petersen. It was to be many years before H.I.K found a new home to play football and once again become a serious contender in competition. Tennis became the main sport at what became known as Hellerup Havn complete with landscaped gardens and a new harbour for leisure sailing boats. The breakthrough in the club´s development came in 1915 when new land was made available at Phistersvej 43 (Matrikel 19dl) near Vingårds Alle. Messias church would soon follow in 1926 and be within sight and sound of the sports field on Phistersvej. A century earlier in 1809 the area of land South East of Phistersvej was known as Tranegaard. Total membership of H.I.K in 1915 was 307. Tennis players paid 16 kroner per annum and football players paid 12 kroner per annum. The tennis courts at Hellerup Havn remained part of H.I.K´s facilities and new tennis courts and an eventual total of three football pitches were built on the new land. Court 5 on Phistersvej was improved for tournament standards such as the Davis Cup and the Danish National Tennis championships. Seating for spectators was increased to 1500 persons. It was only in 1935 that a new indoor tennis hall was built at Hartmannsvej 37 designed by Danish Architect, Arne Jacobsen. Hartmannsvej 37 included a car park, a new office, an indoor show “tournament” tennis court with two additional tennis courts. The architectural style used by Arne Jacobsen was similar in design to one used in the First World War and called a “Nissen Hut” named after Major Peter Norman Nissen. The so called “Nissen Hut” is not quite a semi circle due to the walls at ground level. The appearance of half a full circle of 360 degrees is the key to its design and thus its name. This type of design was used extensively in Britain during World War 2 for large buildings such as aircraft hangars and the small accommodation units for service personnel. For example Nissen Huts at Stanley Park aerodrome in Blackpool, England were
  7. 7. ”Trekhbratnie” used as homes for Polish refugees in 1946 and converted for use as indoor tennis courts in the years afterwards. In 1945 the indoor tennis hall at Hartmannsvej 37 played an important role in accommodating a thousand German refugees fleeing the wrath of Stalin´s Red Army in Pomerania and Prussia led by Marshal Zhukov and Marshal Rokossovsky, their troops motivated and seeking revenge for amongst other things the Siege of Lenningrad. The operation to remove up to 2 million refugees from Prussia by sea was ordered by Admiral Karl Donitz and codenamed “Hannibal”. By the 31st of January 1945 the battle line between the Nazi´s and the Red Army in Pomerania and Prussia ran through towns such as Linde, Schneidemuhl and Stolzenberg. Army Group Vistula under the command of SS leader Heinrich Himmler, who was also in command of the Replacement Army, frustrated his colleagues in the Wehrmacht such as General Guderian by his lack of understanding for military strategy. Himmler had been appointed Army Group commander on the 21st of January. However by mid March Himmler had fallen sick with flu and Adolf Hitler as Commander in Chief removed him on the 20th of March (original date for Operation Carthage in København). Ten days earlier Hitler had bizarrely declared; “Denmark is to be a target sanctuary,” hoping to move 150,000 refugees to the small fairytale kingdom. The assault on Berlin by the Red Army started in April. The Eastern approach to Berlin was defended by the 3rd Panzer Army in the North, the 9th Army guarding approaches into Berlin and the 4th Panzer Army to the South. The planning by Hitler would cause Historians more than 70 years later to wonder if the Fuhrer was conscious of the Histories written by Herodotus and whether or not there was a secret message between the lines. Curiously, after a meeting on the 9th of January 1945 between Adolf Hitler and General Guderian, the general disclosed, “Hitler had a special picture of the world and every fact had to be fitted into that fancied picture. As if he believed the world must be, but in fact, it was a picture of another world”. In København harbor German Merchant Navy ships such as the General San Martin from Greifswald, the birthplace of the German Romantic landscape painter Caspar David Friedrich, and German hospital ships docked with wounded German soldiers unable to return to Germany, some of whom died and were buried at Vestre kirkegaard, opposite the well known Sankt Anne gymnasium. The names of the dead are to be found in the 1945 burial registers at København City Hall written in a shade of blue that doesn´t correspond to the “constant” style within the book. The public in Gentofte were first notified about the closure of the tennis hall at Hartmannsvej 37 on the 26th April 1945 in a small public notice in the local newspaper Villabyrene. One week earlier on the 19th of April the club had placed an advert in the newspaper informing people all the tennis courts would soon be open for play and to contact the club office for court reservations. Evidence suggests the German order to use the tennis hall was issued on the 20th April 1945, Hitlers 56th birthday. Ironically, one week after the 26th of April the newspaper reported the untimely death of G.N Brandt. Brandt had played a major role in the
  8. 8. ”Trekhbratnie” landscaping of the land at Hellerup Havn for Gentfote kommune. He was 66 years old and within a further two weeks a very popular police officer from Gentofte died suddenly. His name was Schultz and the cause of death was a blod clot on the brain. He was 56 years old. On the 3rd of January 1946 Villabyrene reported for the first time the total number of refugees living in Gentofte kommune. The tennis hall belonging to H.I.K on Hartmannsvej was home to 1050 refugees. The tennis hall belonging to the Danish Tennis Club, established by Leif Rovsing in 1919, who amongst other things had a keen interest in the Egyptian god Horus, at Rygårds Alle 75, was home to 450 refugees. A total of 1500 refugees had been living in tennis halls. The grand total of refugees living in Gentofte kommune and been involved in the “Exodus” from the Red Army was 6285. On the 30th May 1946 the paper Villabyrene published a further story on the status of the tennis hall owned by H.I.K and to the relief of all the clubs members the refugees had departed. A final photograph by Heinrich G. Adolph showed the refugees. Membership of the club has continually grown since the early days in 1901. In 1916 there was a total of 500 members. In 1928 there was 800 members and by 1943 there was 1400 members. In 1950 there was 2230 members and by 2015 there was 4000 members. The first 16 years of Hellerup´s Idraets Klub´s history were full of triumphs and tribulations. In fact it is quite right to think the club´s journey during the early days actually resembled that of a new sportsman and his quest to win a laurel. The club kept its focus, ignored the distractions and sought its goal. The qualities and strengths used by the club to find a solid footing are to be witnessed in the high standards of sportsmen and sportswomen at H.I.K today. There are facilities for tennis, football and handball for sporting people from all walks of life. There is also the chance to feel part of a very special journey, worthy of a museum. A journey that started a long time ago that has now made a full circle, where the end of the journey sometimes also becomes the beginning. The burial records of Ernst Ludvig Schultz show the burial Plot 360 was first purchased in 1893 by a “Captain Schultz”. This detail is very misleading because the father of Ernst Schultz was a “Ship´s Master” (Skibsfører). The term “Ship´s Master” is referred to in all of the “official” directories and police census records linked to Wilhelm August Antonio Schultz and at no point has there ever been mention of him being a “Ship´s Captain”. There is a very clear distinction between a Captain and a Ship´s Master as the latter has served time on deck as part of his education. For example, a Ship´s Master can work as a Ship´s Captain however a Ship´s Captain can never work as a “Ship´s Master” in the Merchant Navy. It is therefore unknown if the 1893 entry in the burial register is a genuine error or whether or not a close friend of the Schultz family paid for the land because the father of the deceased son was away from home. An examination of the Schultz ancestory records does show a possible link between the families of Wilhelm August Antonio Schultz and a Captain Johannes Schultz, originating in Kiel and Schleswig. There is also evidence to suggest that a Schultz
  9. 9. ”Trekhbratnie” Brdr. Eksp was located for one year during 1905 at Østbanegade 11 (Matrikel 839), opposite Østbanegade 9 and overlooking Trondheim Plads, The Statue of Diana and the P.L.O “Praktiserende. Laegers. Organization.” Headquarters. Østbanegade 11 was built in 1904 by the architect Aage Langeland Mathiesen and is believed to have been inspired by Art Nouveau architecture from Vienna. It is also the same building where Captain Johannes Schultz lived with his wife Clara and their two daughters Ingeborg and Ellinor who are now buried in Plot S 222 at Vestre kirkegaard. The irony for the location of the burial plot of Captain Johannes Schultz is that it is just over a small road and tens of meters North from the burial site of Thorald Hoyen Petersen. Thorald´s 1906 plot is 5-25.25 and is today an unmarked grave. There is a “constant” pattern between the deaths of the three Schultz brothers starting in 1893, 1897 and 1906. All three died from drowning. Official records indicate there were never any suspicious circumstances. But perhaps the deaths caused a feeling within the family of being “cursed”. Sadly, the mother of the three boys, Julie, died a year later in 1907 from cancer. Folklore and superstition were rife within local communities towards the end of the 19th century and the onset of a new century. Death at a young age was not uncommon and so perhaps the “Schultz” family looked forward and continued their lives unabated, sad for their loss but grateful for their five remaining children. The initials K. F. R are from the three locations where the three Schultz brothers drowned. The 3 deaths are separated by 4 years and then 9 years. What would Hercule Poirot have thought? Sources Hellerup Idræts Klub Arkiv Hellerup Local Arkiv Hellerup Bibliotek Hellerup Sailing Club Hellerup Havn kontor Lykkeberg Sild Nordvand, Gentofte Rosenborg Castle Museum Kongelige Bibliotek Frederiksberg Local Arkiv Frederiksberg Bibliotek Idræts Institute Bibliotek Idrætshus Bibliotek, Brøndby Danish Athletiks Forbund
  10. 10. ”Trekhbratnie” Danish Military Bibliotek, Kastellet Danish Design Museum Royal Danish Museum for Art, Charlottenborg København City Hall Arkiv Roskilde Local Arkiv Roskilde Rowing Club Danmarks Skipperforening Vestre kirkegaard Assistens kirkegaard Frederiksberg kirkegaard Solbjerg kirkegaard Fanø Tourist kontor Vejle Local Arkiv Fredericia Local Arkiv Horsens Local Arkiv Arhus Arkiv Fanø Local Arkiv Rudkøbing Local Arkiv Danish Maritime Museum Marstal Ship Museum, Aero Bagenkop Lokal Arkiv Øster Farimagsgade skole Herlufsholm skole Sorø Academy Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium GEUS, Geology Gefion Gymnasium International Olympic Museum, Lausanne Københavns Boldklub Hellerup Church Hellerup Havn beboer Danmarks Architect Bibliotek Greifswald University Archives, ”Caspar David Freidrich” Danish Tennis Club Family of Christian Knud Schultz Iziko Museums of South Africa Mr. Flemming and Peter Jørgensen “Wine” København University, Dept Nutrition, Sports and Exercise Weco Shipping Berlingske Media “Hermitage Run” Dan Mission Danmarks State Arkiv Danmarks Maritime Authority University of Southern Danmark, Birbek University of London, England The British Museum Lausanne City Archives, Switzerland Museum of Lausanne History, Switzerland Churchill Archive, Cambridge, England Københavns Golf Klub, Dyrehaven Danmarks National Museum
  11. 11. ”Trekhbratnie” Map 1 – Assistens Kirkegaard 2016 – Plot 360
  12. 12. ”Trekhbratnie” Map 2 – Roskilde 1896
  13. 13. ”Trekhbratnie” Map 3 – Matrikel 16a Hellerup Havn 1898

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