Berlin

What is Berlin known for?


single high

1949 – 5 May 1955), the Soviet Zone (after a military commander April 1945 – 9 June 1945 who stayed as first of three Military governors 9 June 1945 – 10 October 1949, the last of whom stayed on as only Chairman of the Soviet Control Commission 10 October 1949 – 28 May 1953, two High commissioners 28 May 1953 – 20 September 1955) and the French Zone (after a Military commander from May 1945 and a Military governor from July 1945, a single High commissioner 21 September 1949 – 5 May 1955


major writings

this period when his first major writings on art history began to appear. A significant early work was ''Idea: Ein Beitrag zur Begriffsgeschichte der älteren Kunstheorie'' (1924; translated into English as ''Idea: A Concept in Art Theory''). The town is a busy border crossing between Poland and Belarus on the European route E30 which links Berlin-Warsaw-Minsk-Moscow. Another crossing into Brest (Brest, Belarus) is located at Kukuryki northwest of Terespol. Bell


successful+fine

of the Imperial Russian Army's military symphony orchestra, a position he held through the revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra, which continued under the Bolshevik regime. Gershkovitch and his wife left Russia for China in 1921, where they befriended composer Aaron Avshalomov. Ballerina Anna


conducting+critically

and ultimately cheaper to contract with European companies (whose electrical recording systems were more reliable than Brunswick's) to fill their electrical classical catalogue. Among the recordings Brunswick imported and issued under their own label were historic performances conducted by Hans Pfitzner and Richard Strauss -- the latter conducting critically acclaimed performances of his symphonic poems ''Don Juan'' and ''Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks'', recorded in Berlin in 1929-30


including creating

: meta.wikimedia.org w index.php?title Meetup&diff 26818&oldid 26525 wiki pages about it, including creating a new English Wikipedia page in the hopes (Wikipedia:Village pump March 2004 archive 1#Meeting other Wikipedians) that a similar meeting might be planned for the UK. An edit summary advised, "''Just set a date and start advertising''". Pages were soon created in :it:Wikipedia:Bar

A few larger meetups were planned for the summer of 2004 in Berlin, Genoa, Munich, and Paris. Jimbo was planning a tour through Europe, something more unusual in those days, and efforts were made to coordinate with him so that he could attend these meetups. Fantasy helped promote the idea and update wiki pages about it, including creating a new


location traditional

The Independent date 2007-02-01 accessdate 2010-09-15 Hotels which accepted only European (Demographics of Europe) guests were common across British India. Jamsetji Tata traveled to London, Paris, Berlin and Düsseldorf to get the best materials and pieces of art, furniture and interior artifacts for his hotel. Due to its prime location, traditional architecture and massive size, this hotel soon gained the supposed status of the "most iconic" Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


scale works

first performed on 11 April 1727 in the St. Thomas Church, and again on 15 April 1729, 30 March 1736, and 23 March 1742. He then again revised it between 1743 and 1746 (the version most commonly performed is this version). The work was not heard in more or less its entirety outside of Leipzig until 1829, when Felix Mendelssohn performed an abbreviated and modified version in Berlin to great acclaim. Mendelssohn's revival brought the music of Bach, particularly the large-scale works

, and conductor Osmo Vänskä has recorded many of his recent large-scale works with the orchestra. Aho has worked as a freelance composer, with a state scholarship, since 1993. He lives in Helsinki. Born in Leipzig, Kunth became a merchant's clerk in Berlin in 1806. After meeting Alexander von Humboldt, however, who helped him attend lectures at the University of Berlin, Kunth became interested in botany. Kunth worked as Humboldt's assistant in Paris from 1813 to 1819, in which he classified the plants that had been collected by Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland during their journey through the Americas. Career Eyde studied engineering in Berlin where he graduated in 1891. He started his career in Hamburg, working with the railways where he planned new lines, bridges and stations. In 1897 he started his own business, Gleim & Eyde with his previous boss from Hamburg. He soon established offices in Kristiania (Oslo)and Stockholm, and by the turn of the century his firm was one of the largest in Scandinavia, with some 30 engineers. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


performances+biography

is in Barcelona. The philosophy of this new proposal aims to open a new space on the netaudio community focused on improvised music and live recordings of events and concerts all around the world. And as a mobile project, collecting concerts and concepts around the strong scene based in Europe. Audition Records is a series of documents centered on different compositional approaches of Free Jazz, Noise and all kind of Experimental (Experimental music) and improvised music performances

. Biography Rodbertus was also known as "Rodbertus-Jagetzow" from the name of the estate of Jagetzow, in Pomerania, which he bought in 1835. Rodbertus was the son of a professor of law, and himself studied law at Göttingen and Berlin. From these studies he went on to Heidelberg, where he took up philosophy. He travelled extensively in Holland, France, and Switzerland before returning to settle down on his newly purchased estate (Jagetzow). G.D.H. Cole (1960), p.20 birth_date Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


main collection

the city during the first excavations of the 19th century, the Market Gate of Miletus, was transported piece by piece to Germany and reassembled. It is currently exhibited at the Pergamon museum in Berlin. The main collection of artifacts resides in the ''Miletus Museum'' in Didim, Aydın, serving since 1973. thumb Newspaper article from Pravda (File:Правда 18.11.1940 Молотов и Гитлер.png), 18 November 1940 depicting Molotov meeting German leader Adolf Hitler


business publishing

mf yes 1985 09 22 1912 05 02 death_place Berlin, Germany occupation Business, Publishing DATE OF DEATH September 22, 1985 PLACE OF DEATH Berlin, Germany In 1917, Negri's popularity provided her with an opportunity to move to Berlin, Germany, to appear as the dancing girl in a German revival of Max Reinhardt (Max Reinhardt (theatre director))'s theatre production of ''Sumurun''. In this production, she met Ernst Lubitsch, 1978 interview with Pola Negri, Polanegri.com. who at the time was producing comedies for the German Film studio UFA (Universum Film AG). Negri was first signed with Saturn Films, making six films with them, including ''Wenn das Herz in Haß erglüht'' (If the Heart Burns With Hate, 1917). After this, she signed to UFA's roster; some of the films that she made with UFA include ''Mania'' (1918), ''Der Gelbe Schein'' (The Yellow Ticket, also 1918), and ''Komtesse Doddy'' (1919). NDRF vessels were used in seven wars and crises. During the Korean War, 540 vessels were broken out to move military forces. During a worldwide tonnage shortfall in 1951-53, more than 600 ships were reactivated to carry coal to Northern Europe and grain to India. From 1955 through 1964, another 600 ships were used to store grain for the Department of Agriculture. Another 223 cargo ships and 29 tankers were activated during a tonnage shortfall after the Suez Canal was closed in 1956. During the Berlin crisis of 1961, 18 vessels were activated and remained in service until 1970. Another 172 vessels were activated for the Vietnam War. Converted from P-38 Lightnings to P-51 Mustangs in the summer of 1944 and from then until the end of the war flew many long-range escort missions heavy bombers that attacked oil refineries, industries, and other strategic objectives at Berlin, Regensburg, Merseburg, Stuttgart, Brussels, and elsewhere. The 364th received a Distinguished Unit Citation for an escort mission on 27 December 1944 when the group dispersed a large force of German fighters that attacked the bomber formation the group was escorting on a raid to Frankfurt. Born in Hagen, Westphalia, Reinecker began to write short stories (short story) already as a high school student. In 1936 he moved to Berlin, where he became editor-in-chief of a youth magazine, ''Jungvolk''. In the same year he also co-authored a book, ''Jugend in Waffen'' (''Armed Youth''). This was a time when the Nazis (Nazism) had already been in power for three years and when the media had long been ''gleichgeschaltet (Gleichschaltung)''. In 1943 he was editor-in-chief of a book entitled ''Der Pimpf'' about the training system of the Hitler Youth. death_date Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin

Berlin

'''Berlin''' (

First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg (1417), the Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918), the German Empire (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and the Third Reich (1933–1945).

Berlin is a world city (Global city) of culture, politics, media, and science. Significant industries also include IT (information technology), pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, clean tech, biotechnology, construction, and electronics.

Modern Berlin is home to renowned universities, orchestras, museums, entertainment venues, and is host to many sporting events. Over the last decade Berlin has seen the upcoming of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial (entrepreneurship) scene.

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