Bavaria

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prominent concentration

decided to take the school back to Wieblingen where she hoped that the school's widely acknowledged good name would keep the harassment away. Along with thousands of other prominent Austrians, Richard Schmitz was arrested and taken to Dachau concentration camp in Bavaria where he remained for the length of the war. In late April 1945 Schmitz was, together with other prominent concentration camp inmates, transferred to Tyrol (Transport of concentration camp inmates to Tyrol) where


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officer and he was promoted to an "education officer" — which gave him an opportunity to speak in public. ''Shirer'', p. 35. Apparently someone in an Army "educational session" had made a remark that Hitler deemed "pro-Jewish" and Hitler reacted with characteristic ferocity. Toland states that Hitler had attracted the attention of a right-wing university professor who was engaged to educate enlisted men in "proper" political belief


size variety

dogs" and "hole dogs", but these likely refer to purposes rather than to specific breeds. The original German dachshunds were larger than the modern full-size variety, weighing between , and originally came in straight-legged and crook-legged varieties (the modern dachshund is descended from the latter). Though the breed is famous for its use in exterminating badgers and badger-baiting, dachshunds were also commonly used for rabbit


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in Bavaria T , M (:Category:Municipalities in Bavaria) - With the charivari widely practiced among rural villagers across England Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


life providing

by Maximilian IV Joseph, Prince Elector (prince-elector) of Bavaria (the future Maximilian I Joseph (Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria)). The prince entered Fraunhofer's life, providing him with books and forcing his employer to allow the young Fraunhofer time to study. It was at the Institute that Fraunhofer met Pierre Louis Guinand, a Swiss glass technician, who Utzschneider had introduce Fraunhofer to the secrets of glass making. In 1809 the mechanical part of the Optical Institute was chiefly under Fraunhofer's direction, and that same year he became one of the members of the firm. Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


classical culture

;ref Franz Paula von Schrank was the first author to use the genus name ''Triops'', coining it in his 1803


poor made

Emperor Henry III, King of the Germans where he acted as page to Queen Agnes (Agnes de Poitou), who was of the ducal house of Aquitaine, patrons of the reforming Abbey of Cluny. Ordained deacon by his uncle Nidger, Bishop of Freising, he was made archdeacon of the cathedral there, but was deeply moved by the spirit of reform that was sweeping from Cluny through the 11th century church. On his return from a journey to Rome he distributed his possessions to the poor, made


industry research

. '''Angelika Niebler''' (born on 18 February 1963 in München) is a German (Politics of Germany) politician and Member of the European Parliament for Bavaria with the Christian Social Union in Bavaria and the Member of the Bureau of the European People's Party. She sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, and its Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality. File:Manfred weber csu.jpg thumb Manfred Weber


political service

'''Bad Aibling''' is a spa town and former district seat in Bavaria (Germany) on the river Mangfall, located some 35 miles southeast of Munich. It is a health resort (peat pulp bath and mineral spa). While strong forms of the various dialects are not normally comprehensible to other native German speakers such as Germans or Swiss (Swiss people), there is virtually no communication barrier between the Austro-Bavarian dialects in Austria and those in Bavaria, Germany. The Central Austro-Bavarian dialects are more intelligible to speakers of Standard German than


nearby gold

LonelyPlanet The city was founded in 1531 by an army of Spaniards and Indian settlers. By the mid-19th century a large group of immigrants had arrived from Germany. These new citizens developed Mazatlán into a thriving commercial seaport, importing equipment for the nearby gold and silver

Bavaria

thumb Bavarian church with Alps in the background (File:Germany bavaria alps-church.jpg) Some features of the Bavarian culture and mentality are remarkably distinct from the rest of Germany. Noteworthy differences (especially in rural areas, less significant in the major cities) can be found with respect to:

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