Junker

In the 19th and 20th centuries, Junker (/ˈjʊŋkər/YUUNG-kər; ) was an often pejorative designation for a member of the landed nobility in Prussia and eastern Germany (East Elbia).

Read more about Junker:  Origins, Modern Influences, Bodenreform

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Mads Junker - Club Career - Vitesse
... During the winter break, Junker signed with Dutch Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem for a fee of 10 million DKK as a replacement for Matthew Amoah ... Junker scored his first goal in the home game against Heerenveen ... During his first season in Vitesse, Junker was asked for advice when Vitesse looked into the possibility of signing his former team mate from FC Nordsjælland, Anders ...
Mads Junker - Club Career
... Junker had his debut in the Danish Superliga in 2000, playing for Lyngby BK while attending High School on the side ... Junker was never a great success and was allowed to go on loan to First Division side Ølstykke FC ... Junker did not fit into the 4–2–3–1 system favoured by Brøndby manager Michael Laudrup and in 2004 he was sold to FC Nordsjælland ...
Junker - Bodenreform
... these large estates, especially in Brandenburg and Western Pomerania, had belonged to Junkers, the government promoted their plans with the slogan Junkerland in Bauernhand! ("Junker land into ... After German reunification, some Junkers tried to regain their former estates through civil lawsuits ...
Alfred Baeumler - Works
... Berlin Junker und Dünnhaupt, 1937 ... Berlin Junker und Dünnhaupt, 1937 ... Berlin Junker und Dünnhaupt, 1934 ...
Steve Junker (ice Hockey)
... Steve Junker (born June 26, 1972 in Castlegar, British Columbia) is a Canadian ice hockey player ... On April 27, 2010, Junker was named head coach and general manager of the KIJHL's Castlegar Rebels ...