Regional mill website (in Danish) describing the history of milling on the twin islands of Lolland and Falster and with up to date photos and descriptions of the 17 still existing mills.
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Extremely detailed account (in Danish) of the history of Vindeby Mill as we see it now in light of the existing historical documents and of the dendrochronological dating that was done in 2005. The premier issue of the society's publication "Lokalhistorien" contains the original description of the history of Vindeby Mill (in Danish) by Jens Erik Christiansen.
It's interesting to note just how much our view of history can change when new information becomes available.
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