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         Germany History:     more books (100)
  1. Music, Theatre And Politics in Germany: 1848 to the Third Reich
  2. Growing Up Female in Nazi Germany (Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany) by Dagmar Reese, 2006-06-26
  3. A history of Germany; from the earliest period to the present time. By Frederick Kohlrausch ... Tr. from the last German edition, by James D. Haas. With ... prepared expressly for the American edition. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-22
  4. Voices from the Third Reich: An Oral History by Johannes Steinhoff, Peter Pechel, et all 1994-09
  5. GESTAPO: A History of Hitler's Secret Police by Rupert Butler, 2004-03
  6. Germany (Enchantment of the World, Second Series) by Jean F. Blashfield, 2003-03
  7. Mad Princes of Renaissance Germany (Studies in Early Modern German History) by H. C. Erik Midelfort, 1996-01
  8. Germany's Tiger Tanks: Tiger I & II : Combat Tactics by Thomas L. Jentz, 1997-02
  9. Rewriting the German Past: History and Identity in the New Germany
  10. The Pity of It All: A History of the Jews in Germany, 1743-1933 by Amos Elon, 2002-11-01
  11. Germany: A New Social and Economic History Volume 3: Since 1800 (Arnold Publication)
  12. The Harvest of Mysticism in Medieval Germany (The Presence of God: a History of Western Christian Mysticism) by Bernard McGinn, 2008-01-25
  13. Imperial Germany 1850-1918 by Ed Feuchtwanger, 2001-05-02
  14. Work and Play: The Production and Consumption of Toys in Germany, 1870-1914 (Social History, Popular Culture, and Politics in Germany) by David Hamlin, 2007-07-11

81. Mellen Subject Area: Germany - History
Displaying 1 to 10 of 38 Books in germany history in order of Publication Year, Next 10 Records. Sort By Year Title Author Last Name.

82. Stuttgart Cityguide -, - The History Of The City
the history of technology and changed the history of Stuttgart Deutschland Stuttgarttourist stuttgart baden-württemberg Deutschland germany germany Hotel baden
Impressum German Site home who offers what? ... Sport, etc, etc Search The History of the City of Stuttgart The roots of Stuttgart date back to the 10th century. In those days Stuttgart was a stud farm for Herzog Luidolf to rare his horses, named Stutengarten. Indeed Stuttgart takes it´s name and City's coat of arms, a black steed from this stud farm.
The Coat of Arms of the City of Stuttgart
The earliest dated records of "Stuotgarten" are from the year 1229. In the 13th century Stuttgart obtained it´s City status. The boost to the up until then unknown settlement came within the 14th century, when the Count of Württemberg took up residency within The Old Palace Stuttgart.
However, it wasn't until 1488 when Stuttgart became the official capital and residence of Count Eberhard. The next century, within which Stuttgart was for a short time in the hands of Austria, was characterised by political and scientific unrest. Throughout history the City of Stuttgart was often tested very hard, especially during the 30 years war.
The yearly People's Fair was first celebrated in 1818 when King Wilhelm organised the fair for the citizens of Stuttgart.

83. UW Libraries - Database Search
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84. History Today: Minutemen Of The Third Reich - History Of The Nazi Werewolf Gueri
WORRIES INCREASE about neoNazi and skinhead violence in germany, it is worth remembering that this type of terrorism is a nasty constant in the history of the
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AS WORRIES INCREASE about neo-Nazi and skinhead violence in Germany, it is worth remembering that this type of terrorism is a nasty constant in the history of the German radical-right. A case in point is the Nazi Werewolf guerrilla movement founded by Heinrich Himmler in 1044, which fought the occupying forces of Britain, America and Russia until at least 1047. The Werewolves were originally organised by the SS and the Hitler Youth as a diversionary operation on the fringes of the Third Reich, which were occupied by the Western Allies and the Soviets in the autumn of 1944. Some 5,000 6,000 recruits were raised by the winter of 1944-45, but numbers rose considerably in the following spring when the Nazi Party and the Propaganda Ministry launched a popular call to arms, beseeching everybody in the occupied areas even women and children to launch themselves upon the enemy. In typical Nazi fashion, this expansion was not co-ordinated by the relevant bodies, which were instead involved in a bureaucratic war among themselves over control of the project. The result was that the movement functioned on two largely unrelated levels: the first as a real force of specially trained SS, Hitler Youth and Nazi Party guerrillas; the second as an outlet for casual violence by fanatics.

85. NSGA Bremerhaven, Germany - History Page Index
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86. Lessons From History: Euthanasia In Nazi Germany
Lessons from history Euthanasia in Nazi germany. by PJ King
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Present day death proponents of the "right-to-die" movement disavow any analogy between what they are selling and what happened in Nazi Germany in the 1930's. And, if one does not examine the facts too closely, there appears to be none. After all, Hitler was bent on exterminating the Jews, even though he destroyed a few thousand others before he found his focus. His was a dictatorship, not a democratic nation. His agenda was political, not moral. He fed on hate, not compassion. And one could add to the list. However, if we look back to German society of the twenties and thirties, we find a civilized culture not so unlike our own. As a nation, Germany took pride in its art, its culture, and its science. People engaged in business, went shopping, enjoyed their families, followed the news. Genocide did not seem a likely development. But the seeds had already sprouted, though few foresaw into what kind of twisting vines they would soon grow. In 1920 was published a book titled The Permission to Destroy Life Unworthy of Life

87. Alte Geschichte In Deutschland, Ancient History In Germany, Directory, Verzeichn
Translate this page Directory — Verzeichnis Alte Geschichte in Deutschland Ancient history in germany. Ancient history in germany (170 Kb). Canadian site.
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88. Historical Text Archive: Links : Europe: Germany
In building this web site, my goal is to awaken public interest in the largely unknown (outside germany) history of the 1938...... 193844 (406 clicks)

89. Genealogy & Family History Databases. Genealogy Tree Software. Free Genealogy Se
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90. Preprints
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91. Lette´m Sleep - Hostels For Backpackers
Situated in the Prenzlauer Berg suburb of Berlin, close to the main tourist sites. All rooms have hand basins and cooking facilities are available. No lockout or curfew. Virtual tour and photo gallery.
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92. Germany Information ~ Great Information For Newcomers To Germany!
A personal site with hints for US military families newly arriving in germany.
Email U s Sign Guestbook View Guestbook ... ~Bookmark this Site - click here~ Menu Home To Live On or Off base? Base Housing Information Base Housing Photos ... Links Web-Site Updates This site was last updated on **Bookmark this Site Thanks for Visiting! You are guest number Link to us Would you like to link to us? ***Click here***
~Thanks~ Some graphics on this page were provided by: Thanks Susie! This site is for newcomers to Germany! This site and information is based on the KMC or Kaiserslautern, which consist of Ramstein AB, Vogelweh, Kapaun, ROB, Sembach, and Landstuhl areas. Click here for an area map! Included in this site, you will find tons of helpful information. You should find this site useful whether you are military or not, or you are moving to other parts of Germany. We also have our own e-mail group and chat room. If you find this site useful, we ask that you make a one-time donation of $1.00 per visitor. You can donate on a secure server thanks to PayPal or send your donation by mail.

93. DERMALOG - The Leader In AFIS And Biometrics
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94. AIESEC In Germany - Auslandspraktikum - Internationale Studentenorganisation
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AIESEC's 56th International Congress will be hosted by AIESEC in Germany on the trade fair center in Hannover under the patronage of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Gerhard Schröder. mehr
11.06.2004 - Middle Ages at the Elb with AIESEC
11th till 13 th June 2004 reception weekend "Melba - Middle Ages at the river Elbe with AIESEC" in Saxony-Anhalt time journey to the year 1525 - experience Middle Ages lively mehr
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95. Ingenieurbüro Dr. Hillger, High-Tech Ultrasonic Testing Equipment [home]
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96. Germany And Belgium 2001
Photographs and descriptions of travels starting in Wurzburg, germany, proceeding down the Romantic Road and Rhine before ending in Belgium.
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Our trip took us to Wurzburg and down the "romantic road" and then over to the middle Rhine area, then the Mosel river including Trier and finally to Ghent and Bruges in Belgium. We both really enjoyed the variety of this trip and we lucked out with excellent weather on the whole. I took a lot of photographs. The ones you see here are not the best I took, they were just the easiest to get online as they came from rolls of film that were scanned by the photo developer I used for the last rolls I sent in. I have written a narrative for my own journal and some of the photos below will have excerpts from that narrative used as a description of the photos.
Cologne (in German this city is called Koeln)Cathedral. One of the most famous cathedrals in Europe. This photo was taken on the first night we were in Europe. Here is a description from our visit the next day to part of the cathedral: The view from the tower of the church was said to be great so the next thing we did was go back and pay to climb the 500+ (yep.that was the highest tower we climbed in Europe this time) steps to the top. The hardest part about climbing all these steps is that it's a spiral stone staircase and one side is very narrow and yet the staircase takes two way traffic. And these places always draw large groups of school children so climbing under such conditions if far from fun. Once on the top we did have a very nice view looking in all directions from a narrow walkway.

Information on a large range of aspects of living in German mainly for expatriates from Englishspeaking countries.

98. New York University | Bobst Library: History Subject Guide
history. Research Assistance; Related Links at NYU; Electronic Resources; Librarian for history. Andrew Lee Librarian for history Phone (212) 9982517 E-mail

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99. Medieval Germany
This page is no longer being maintained. Please visit Resources for German Studies. Resources from the University of Heidelberg.
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100. Sonderforschungsbereich 343, Diskrete Strukturen In Der Mathematik
Diskrete Strukturen in der Mathematik preprints from 1989. Compressed PostScript.
hier eine Darstellung der Hauptframeseite unserer Startseite erhalten. Dirk Umbach . University of Bielefeld, Department of Mathematics. SFB 343. For any questions and problems with this web site please email to preprint@Mathematik.Uni-Bielefeld.DE . Last change: 11.3.99

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