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So, the Elector of Trier advanced on the town with an army of 12, soldiers. The neighbouring places of Bad Salzig and Weiler surrendered without a fight.
Boppard could not withstand the siege for long, and in the end had to acknowledge the Elector as their ruler.
In the Thirty Years' War , Boppard lost one third of its population. Swedish troops under Rhinegrave Otto Ludwig occupied the town on 18 January The new Electoral City Policy of was meant to strengthen the Elector's influence, but by , French Revolutionary troops had occupied the town, which remained under French rule for the next 20 years.
Until Napoleon's downfall in and , Boppard, along with all the lands on the Rhine's left bank, belonged to France. After Marshal Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher defeated the French troops, the victorious powers shared the administration of the territories under them.
Thus, for a year and a half, Boppard was governed by the "Imperial and Royal" Austrian and Royal Bavarian joint Landesadministrationskommission.
In the Congress of Vienna assigned the town along with the Rhine's left bank as far upstream as Bingerbrück to the Kingdom of Prussia.
In , new districts Kreise were established and Boppard was assigned to the Sankt Goar district, which was dissolved in At the time of the Vormärz , political tensions arose in Boppard, too.
These flared up in particular around the long-time mayor, Matthias Jacobs, who as the representative of the long established, Catholic middle and lower classes was always trying to prevail against the town's wealthy, liberal upper class.
Only in the Year of Revolution did his opponents manage to drive him out of office. The physician Dr. Heusner and the local businessman Jacob Mallmann opened the Mühlbad baths at Remigiusplatz square in This new industry was furthered by the building of the Koblenz-Bingerbrück railway and the railway station in Steamship traffic on the Rhine, too, led to an upswing in the town's fortunes as a tourist centre.
The Catholic middle and lower classes and the liberal, upper-class newcomers often found themselves at odds with each other, and this broke out into the open in with the Kulturkampf , which lasted several years.
As the representative of the Catholic middle and lower classes, the long-time dean Berger, who also enjoyed some fame as a poet, was the mayor's opponent.
During the 19th century, Boppard's population grew from some 3, at the beginning to some 5, by about About , work began on linking another railway line to the station, the Hunsrückbahn.
Because the old Säuerlingsturm , a tower that had been part of the town's mediaeval fortifications, was standing in the way, it had to be dismantled in —, and it was then reassembled — albeit with thinner walls — north of its old location.
Between and , there were efforts throughout the Rhineland to separate from Prussia, but they were unsuccessful. However, on Kristallnacht 9—10 November , the Nazis destroyed the synagogue on Binger Gasse lane , which had been opened in Many Jews were seized, and some were sent to concentration camps.
Roughly two thirds of the or so Jews living in Boppard emigrated. Those that remained were deported in Although Boppard was not the main target of any air strike, bombs were nevertheless dropped on the town.
Beginning on 19 March , the Rhine's left bank was controlled by United States forces, who built an emergency bridge across the Rhine at Boppard.
Since , the town has been part of the then newly founded state of Rhineland-Palatinate. In , the outlying centre of Boppard-Buchenau was founded.
In the course of administrative restructuring in Rhineland-Palatinate in the s, the district of Sankt Goar was dissolved and Boppard was grouped into the new district of Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis.
Municipal boundaries, too, underwent reform. This, however, did not last. Later that same year, the idea was floated to merge Boppard with these nine other municipalities to form a unified, greater Boppard.
With the promise that this money would be spent mainly on the outlying centres, eight of the ten still self-administering municipalities — including Boppard itself — came round to seeing the merger as the right way to proceed.
Bad Salzig, on the other hand, would only agree to amalgamation as long as the new, greater Boppard could be called Boppard-Bad Salzig.
Oppenhausen, for its part, completely refused to even consider the idea. This was implemented on 31 December The newly founded municipality was given the name of Boppard.
Since the old town of Boppard was dissolved by the regulation, Boppard also no longer held town rights. Since , the town administration has been housed at the former Carmelite monastery.
The town council meetings, though, are still held at the old Town Hall, built to plans by Paul Rowald in and in the Renaissance Revival style , on the marketplace.
The council is made up of 32 part-time council members, who were elected at the municipal election held on 7 June , and the full-time mayor as chairman.
The municipal election held on 7 June yielded the following results: . The mayor is elected every eight years. Boppard's current mayor, elected on 1 August and again on 10 April , is Dr.
Walter Bersch born , and his deputies are Dr. The German blazon reads: In Gold ein rot bezungter und rot bewehrter schwarzer Adler mit silbernen Krallen, belegt mit einem Herzschild, darin in Silber ein rotes Balkenkreuz.
The town's arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Or an eagle displayed sable armed and langued gules and clawed argent, his breast surmounted by an inescutcheon of the last charged with a cross of the third.
Once the new, greater town of Boppard had been founded, the town's old arms lost their validity. Only in could the town council reach an agreement on new arms.
The problem stemmed from, among other things, wanting to please everyone by choosing an heraldic emblem with which all Ortsbezirke could identify.
This was not easy from an heraldic point of view, for only two of the constituent communities, Boppard and Bad Salzig, had borne arms before amalgamation.
The other eight therefore had no heraldic history. Thus it was decided that the new coat of arms should be charged with the Imperial Eagle , like the old arms, but that the eagle should have an inescutcheon on its breast, itself charged with Saint George's Cross , ironically the heraldic device formerly borne by the Electorate of Trier , against whose hegemony the townsfolk had once fought so hard.
The Imperial Eagle was meant to refer to the time when Boppard was a free imperial city — before the widely unpopular pledge put the town in Electoral-Trier hands — and the Trier cross, of course, to the time under Trier's rule.
An element of unity could be seen in the latter charge, for all but one of the Ortsbezirke had once lain under Electoral-Trier sovereignty, Holzfeld being the only one that never had.
Over on the other side of the Rhine stand two castles, Burg Liebenstein and Burg Sterrenberg , known as the Feindliche Brüder "Adversarial Brothers" after a German legend that arose in the 16th century, and the pilgrimage centre of Kamp-Bornhofen with its mediaeval monastery.
The Vierseenblick mentioned above offers a rather obscured view of the Rhine. However, another lookout point nearby affords an outstanding view of the great bow in the Rhine at Boppard.
This is the Gedeonseck. In in this same area, the Mittelrhein-Klettersteig , a via ferrata , was opened. A complete circuit involves eleven different climbs.
People in Boppard speak a dialect known as Bubberder Platt , Bubberder being the dialectal form of Bopparder.
Platt is a word used to designate a dialect; it does not refer here to Plattdeutsch that is, Low German , for Bubberder Platt actually belongs to the Moselle Franconian dialects , and is closely akin to Luxembourgish.
A certain degree of kinship with Rhenish and Hessian speech can also be heard. Furthermore, Bubberder Platt also features sporadic Yiddish influences, for until the time of the Third Reich , Boppard had a considerable Jewish community.
Outlying Ortsbezirke , too, have their own local Moselle Franconian forms of speech. South of Boppard runs the "Boppard Line", a linguistic boundary that marks the separation of speech populations who say Korf to the north or Korb to the south.
Boppard is characterized by winegrowing , which had its first documentary mention in Grown here are Riesling , Müller-Thurgau and Pinot noir.
Together with Boppard's various other attractions see above , winegrowing stands as the basis for the town's tourism industry.
Boppard is known for its very good Rhine wine, attracting tourists with many lodging and dining businesses. From Boppard, excursion ships sail on the Rhine to the Loreley and to Rüdesheim along the loveliest stretch of the whole Rhine Valley with its many castles.
Local transport has been run since December by TransRegio; this involves hourly trains between Koblenz and Mainz. Passenger transport on the Hunsrückbahn has since December been run by Rhenus Veniro.
Boppard has three primary schools located in the three biggest Ortsbezirke. Secondary and tertiary schools are all in the main centre of Boppard.
It has two roots, which stretch back to the Middle Ages. One goes back to a donation made by knightly and noble families in Boppard in the mid 13th century, and the other goes back to when the Boppard Schöffen roughly "lay jurists" families founded the church brotherhood, or Schöffen brotherhood with the Kleines Hospital "Little Hospital".
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