336 (or 340) cards per Set. Titles (with some explanations):

Bern (2014) 10400-10740 - Berne (the city)

Wissenschaft + Forschung (2014) 10000-10340 - Science + research

Fussball (2012) 9600-9940 - Soccer (international)

Süden (2011) 9200-9540 - South

Im Osten (2010) 8800-9140 - East

Europa (2009) 8401-8736 - Europe

America (2009)  8000-8336

Showbizz (2008)  7600-7936

Wort, Schrift, Buch (2007)  7200-7536  - "Words, Scriptures, Books" = literature

Österreich (2006)  6801-7136- Austria

 Gesundheit und Ernährung (2005)  6401-6736  - Health and Nutrition

Spiel des Jahres (2004)  6001-6336  - Game of the Year. - This was a special edition for the German Games-Jury. Some events about games, but most of the events concern other themes. They only have a thematic relation to one of the Games on the lists the Jury produced in all those years. (like Greyhounds, Settlers, Carcassonne or Pizza. You can use most of the events, but without the thematic link to the German Games you'll loose the theme. It will be a rather weird collection of events...)

VIP (2004)  5601-5936 - Celebs

Im Namen des Gesetzes (2003)  5201-5536   - Laws  / "by act of law"?

Münzen (2002)  4801-5136  - Coins. Yes only 56 text cards, the others are really pictures of (old) coins. Example -->

Deutschland  (2002)  4401-4736 - Germany

Flopps (2001)  4001-4336  - flop / clunker (?)

Kunst (2001)  3601-3936  - Art (including film and music)

Sport (2000)  3201-3536- sports

Seefahrer & Flieger(1999)  2801-3136 - Seafarers and Aviators Expansion. 
All successful games have a Seafarers Expansion, haven't they?

Frauen (1999)  2401-2736- Women

Erfindungen (1999)  2001-2336 - inventions

Natur (1998)  1601-1936  - Nature

Lifestyle (1998)  1201-1536

Sex & Crime (1998)  801-1136

Schweiz (1998)  401-736- Switzerland

Kirche & Staat (1998)  1-336- Church and State


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