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4 datasets found

  • The Stapfer-Enquête: schooling in Switzerland 1799 (RDF)

    Swiss Federal Archives SFA
    Population and society, Education, culture and sport

    Database containing the results of the Stapfer-Enquête: The Stapfer-Enquête is a unique survey of the school situation in the Helvetic Republic dating from 1799. It was initiated...

    Last updated: April 11, 2024

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    • teaching
    • history
  • The Stapfer-Enquête: schooling in Switzerland 1799

    Swiss Federal Archives SFA
    Population and society, Education, culture and sport

    Database containing the results of the Stapfer-Enquête: The Stapfer-Enquête is a unique survey of the school situation in the Helvetic Republic dating from 1799. It was initiated...

    Last updated: June 30, 2016

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    • teaching
  • Historical photograph collection “Active service in the First World War”

    Swiss Federal Archives SFA
    Education, culture and sport, Government and public sector

    The “Active service in the First World War” (1914-1918) photograph collection comprises 5,125 digitised glass plate negatives and their metadata from the fonds “National Defence...

    Last updated: October 23, 2014

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  • Carl Durheim’s police photographs of stateless persons

    Swiss Federal Archives SFA
    Population and society, Education, culture and sport, Justice, legal system and public safety, Economy and finance

    In 1852 and 1853 Carl Durheim, a pioneering photographer from Bern, was commissioned by the Confederation to photograph hundreds of stateless persons and travellers who had been...

    Last updated: December 15, 2014

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