Mühldorf

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.wikipedia
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Mühldorf (district)

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.

Inn (river)

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.
On Bavarian territory the river runs northwards and passes Rosenheim, Wasserburg am Inn, and Waldkraiburg; then it turns east, runs through Mühldorf and Neuötting and is enlarged by two major tributaries, the Alz and the Salzach.

Battle of Mühldorf

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On 28 September 1322, the decisive Battle of Mühldorf was fought here between Bavaria and Salzburg.
The Battle of Mühldorf (also Battle of Ampfing) was fought near Mühldorf am Inn on September 28, 1322 between the Duchy of (Upper) Bavaria and Austria.

Mühldorf concentration camp complex

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During World War II, it was the site of the Mühldorf concentration camp complex.
Mühldorf was a satellite system of the Dachau concentration camp located near Mühldorf in Bavaria, established in mid-1944 and run by the Schutzstaffel (SS).

Town

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.

Bavaria

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.

Germany

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Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn.

Allodial title

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During the Middle Ages, the town and castle were an alod of the Luchen family.

Salzburg

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On 28 October 1287, Rapoto Luchen announced that he had entered an agreement with Archbishop Rudolph of Salzburg to hand over the alod, become the archbishop's ministerialis, and thereafter run the lands as a fief of the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg.

Ministerialis

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On 28 October 1287, Rapoto Luchen announced that he had entered an agreement with Archbishop Rudolph of Salzburg to hand over the alod, become the archbishop's ministerialis, and thereafter run the lands as a fief of the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg.

Fief

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On 28 October 1287, Rapoto Luchen announced that he had entered an agreement with Archbishop Rudolph of Salzburg to hand over the alod, become the archbishop's ministerialis, and thereafter run the lands as a fief of the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg.

World War II

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During World War II, it was the site of the Mühldorf concentration camp complex.

Töging am Inn

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Several Allied air raids directed at the area were designed to target the rail links into Munich and disrupt the transportation of materiel from the "Innwerk" industrial park in Toging am Inn.

Mühldorf (Oberbay) station

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Mühldorf (Oberbayern) station is a railway junction and station in the district town of Mühldorf in the German state of Bavaria.

Georg Meier

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Georg "Schorsch" Meier (9 November 1910, Mühldorf am Inn – 19 February 1999) was a German motorcycle racer famous for being the first foreign winner of the prestigious Senior TT, the Blue Riband race of the Isle of Man TT Races, in 1939 riding for the factory BMW team and the first motorcycle racer to lap a Grand Prix course at over 100 mph.

Andreas Winter

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Andreas Winter (born 14 June 1971, Mühldorf, Germany ) is a German mathematician and mathematical physicist at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) in Spain.

Wolfgang P. Schleich

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Wolfgang P. Schleich (born 23 February 1957, in Mühldorf am Inn, Germany) is professor of theoretical physics and director of the quantum physics department at the University of Ulm.

SüdostBayernBahn

Since 2001, the network has included the railway hub of Mühldorf which connects 7 major railway lines from Munich, Rosenheim, Freilassing, Burghausen, Simbach am Inn, Passau and Landshut, forming a star-shaped network of lines called Linienstern Mühldorf ("Mühldorf route star network").

Andreas Kobler

Mühldorf am Inn, in Bavaria, 22 June 1816 – Klagenfurt, 15 November 1892) was a Catholic historian.

Weingut I

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In 1944 the Third Reich began work on the construction of a partially underground bunker factory codenamed Weingut I (English: Vineyard I) in the forest known as the, slightly to the west of Mühldorf am Inn in Upper Bavaria.

Yvonne (cow)

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Yvonne is a brown-white cow who in 2011 escaped from her farmer in Mühldorf, Germany, attracting media attention as she hid in the woods for many weeks.

Hans Kotter (artist)

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Hans Kotter (born 1966 in Muhldorf am Inn, Bayern, Germany) is a German artist whose art consists of lighting effects and color interacting with the environment.

Battle of Ampfing (1800)

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Ampfing is located 63 km east of Munich and 8 km west of Mühldorf am Inn.

Imre Bródy

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Imre Bródy (1891, Gyula, Hungary –1944, Mühldorf) was a Hungarian physicist who invented in 1930 the krypton-filled fluorescent lamps (also known as the krypton electric bulb)