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         Germany History:     more books (100)
  1. A Concise History of Germany (Cambridge Concise Histories) , Second Edition by Mary Fulbrook, 2004-03-08
  2. Germany: A New History by Hagen Schulze, 2001-05-02
  3. A Traveller's History of Germany (Traveller's History) by Robert Cole, 2004-09
  4. Imperial Germany and the Great War, 1914-1918 (New Approaches to European History) by Roger Chickering, 2004-06-07
  5. A History of Modern Germany 1648-1840 by Hajo Holborn, 1982-12-01
  6. A History of Modern Germany, 1800-2000 by Martin Kitchen, 2006-01-30
  7. Germany: Unraveling an Enigma by Greg Nees, 2000-01
  8. Hitler and Nazi Germany: A History (5th Edition) by Jackson J. Spielvogel, 2004-05-10
  9. A Concise History of Nazi Germany by Joseph W. Bendersky, 2006-09-28
  10. Germany Under the Old Regime, 1600-1790 (The History of Germany) by John Gagliardo, 1991-08
  11. History of Modern Germany, A (6th Edition) by Dietrich Orlow, 2007-07-26
  12. A History of Madness in Sixteenth-Century Germany by H. C. Midelfort, 2000-08-01
  13. A History of Germany, 1815-1990 by William Carr, 1991-10-17
  14. Nazi Germany: A New History by Klaus P. Fischer, 1996-11

181. - France And Germany Strengthen Ties - February 1, 2001

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France and Germany strengthen ties
Schroeder and Chirac want to settle their differences over Europe BLAESHEIM, France France and Germany have reaffirmed their two-nation partnership, pledging to put recent power struggles behind and look to the future. After a three-hour dinner in a French country restaurant, leaders of both nations said they had reviewed all problems in their relationship and agreed to step up their pace of informal get-togethers to try to promote friendship in the future. They also agreed to restart the transport of nuclear waste between the two countries, ending a dispute that has left German reprocessed fuel accumulating at a French plant. "We had a very fundamental reckoning about what we've done wrong and, more importantly, about what we have done right and will do right in the future," German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said after talks with French President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Lionel Jospin. Observers say Wednesday's meeting near Strasbourg, just across the Rhine from Germany, was meant to offset German-French acrimony at the European Union summit in December in Nice, France.

182. BIREP - Representations Of Algebras At Bielefeld
Representations of Finite Dimensional Algebras and Quantum Groups.
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183. Germany Berlin Mission Homepage
Mission alumni list, new missionary information, and email listings.
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184. Math-Net Navigator
From MathNet.
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185. The Embassy Of The Republic Of Indonesia In Berlin Germany
Indonesian Embassy in Berlin, featuring facts about Indonesia, news, the embassy's services, hours and contact details.
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186. Research Guide
Offers a book on how to find town(s) and relatives in germany (and Europe).

187. Vereinigte Grosslogen Von Deutschland - VGLvD - Bruderschaft Der Freimaurer / Un
Official site. Includes information about the five main constituent grand lodges. Information in German and English
United Grand Lodges of Germany
Brotherhood of Freemasons Welcome ... diese Seiten auf deutsch ...
Jean-Marie Bottequin "Blind Search for Light" Triptychon, canvas on wood, 120 x 200 cm Earlier captions for this page

188. Unbenanntes Dokument
Kiel, July 1827. Schedule, organization, sponsors, geographic and touristic information.

189. Federal Institute For Occupational Safety And Health (FIOSH)
Federal agency charged with research, the finding of practical solutions, and information in the field of occupational safety and health, as well as with workplace health promotion in germany. Bilingual site (German and English).
Part of the information on the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (FIOSH, German acronym BAuA) is also available in English. The English parts will be presented step by step.

190. Pilates Studio Trainers In Germany And Europe
Links to trainers in germany and other european countries in the Pilates method.

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Adressen von qualifizierten Authentic Pilates® Trainern / Certification Center in Europa
In Deutschland:
Eduardo Laranjeira, Instructor
Hackescher Markt 2-3,10178 Berlin

Galina Rohleder, Instructor,
Wielandstr. 6/ Ecke Kantstr. , 10625 Berlin
Tel. 0049- 30- 8231124
Karin Weidner-Mubanda, Instructor Munich Tel. 0049-89- 957 6841 Davorka Kulenovic, Instructor Sickstr. 32, Stuttgart Tel. 0049-711- 9239026 Leigh Matthews, Instructor Mayra Rodriguez de Matthews, Instructor 60596 Frankfurt am Main Tel. +49-(0)69-66054580 web: Rupert Rothmayr, Instructor Immenstaedterstr. 13a, 87527 Sonthofen Tel. 0049-8321- 7889222

191. This Is Baader-Meinhof
Special Do you live in Europe? You can help the creator of this site! Do you live in Europe? Would you be willing to help the creator of this site?

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Do you live in Europe? Would you be willing to help the creator of this site? Get free stuff from this site and earn the gratitude of Richard Huffman, creator of This is Baader-Meinhof! More... Special
The Gun Speaks: read the opening chapter

"It wasn't just about killing Americans, and killing pigs, at least not at first. It was about attacking the illegitimate state that these pawns served. It was about scraping the bucolic soil and exposing the fascist, Nazi-tainted bedrock that the modern West German state was propped upon. It was about war on the forces of reaction. It was about Revolution."
The Gun Speaks: The Baader-Meinhof Gang and the German Decade of Terror 1968-1977 will be the definitive account of the Europe's most notorious terrorist faction. More... Special
Gerhard Richter's "October 18, 1977
Gerhard Richter's "October 18, 1977," featured in a recent New Yorker story by Don Delillo, is simply one of the most important works of art of the last 50 years. Read more about this cycle of paintings inspired by the Baader-Meinhof era in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.

192. Moved
WWW-VL History: G e r m a n H i s t o r y
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M. Melcher, 21.12.99

193. This Page Has Been Moved - Diese Seite Ist Umgezogen
Deutsche Genealogie Homepage Neuigkeiten Allgemeine Hilfe Regionale Forschung ... Regional Research
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194. Web\9gilad
by Gilad Margalit, from the SICSA, Israel.
SICSA The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism ACTA The Analysis of Currenet Trends in Antisemitism
A Special Research Unit of SICSA
(Full Text) ACTA no. 9 (1996)
Antigypsyism in the Political Culture of the Federal Republic of Germany:A Parallel with Antisemitism?
by Gilad Margalit
This article analyses the recent wave of ethnic hatred directed against Romanies (Gypsies), in the political culture of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). This ethnic hatred is designated here as antigypsyism. Differences and similarities between contemporary antigypsyism, antisemitism, and xenophobia will be discussed, with a preliminary survey of antigypsy patterns, and its various manifestations since 1945. Antigypsyism in the political culture of the FRG was mitigated under the influence of the Allies' reeducation policy during their occupation of Germany, just as revelations of antisemitism had been. This enlightened trend progressively gained power in the FRG after 1945. Nevertheless, hostile assertions and actions directed towards Romanies, as well as statements indicating implicit and explicit "understanding" of the motivation for their persecution under the Nazis were observed. Such statements were found not just among extreme Right groups, or in the private sphere (as was also largely the case with postwar antisemitism), but prevailed on the fringes of mainstream circles as well, at least during the 1950s. Antigypsyism played only a marginal role in the political agenda of the contemporary German extreme Right. It is certainly not comparable in its depth or dimensions to the central and profound role played by antisemitism in the German extreme Right Weltanschauung. Nevertheless, traditional antigypsyism, and especially the Nazi persecution of the Romanies, gave this ethnic hatred a unique character different from general xenophobic feelings. Antigypsyism has borrowed traditional as well as post-Holocaust antisemitic patterns, and, surprisingly, even has a certain amount of antisemitic content. Like antisemitism, antigypsyism was delegitimized in the political culture of the FRG, and contemporary public appearances are restricted to extreme Right circles.

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