of the Ostfalen department, in the period 772-1824
HMSH Stephen MK d'Guelph Wolfenbuttel-Brunswick provides cultural representation to the ducal community of "Old Saxony" in Eastphalia, as preserved by his predecessors, as in continuous public claims, which has included bearing the arms of our main shield of sovereignty as the Royal (and Imperial Ottonian) white horse of Witukind.
Read the PDF book we make available:
"The cultural status of the old Duchy of Saxony, especially of the Ostfalen (Eastphalia) department, in the period from 772 to 1824 as an introduction to the history of the city of Brunswick"
Re-printed by the Heraldische Gemeinschaf Ostfalen (in German)