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recurring feature

German Empire

;Sonderweg" pages 934-935 from ''Modern Germany An Encyclopedia of History, People and Culture 1871-1990'' edited by Dieter Buse and Juergen Doerr Volume 2, New York: Garland Publishing, 1998 page 935. The idea of Germany as a great Central European power, neither of the West nor of the East was to be a recurring feature of right-wing German thought right up to 1945. From 1893 to 1898 and from 1903 to 1918, he was a member of the ''Reichstag (Reichstag (German Empire))'' (parliament


is portrayed as more of a folk villain than as the personification of evil. The Devil also features prominently in a number of hagiographical (hagiography) tales, or tales of the saints such as the popular tale of St. Dunstan, many of which may fall outside the authorized religious canon. The Devil is also a recurring feature in tales explaining the etymology of geographical names (toponymy), lending his name to natural formations such as The Devil's Chimney. Diocletian

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