a rebellious area of Nedić's Serbia. Operational use The first type of aircraft to carry cookies operationally was the Wellington (Vickers Wellington), but they later became part of the standard bomb load of the RAF's heavy night bombers, as well as that of the Mosquitoes (de Havilland Mosquito) of the Light Night Strike Force (Light Night Strike Force#Light Night Striking Force), whose aircraft would sometimes visit Berlin twice in one night carrying "cookies", flown
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Press, 1996), p. x. DATE OF DEATH 11 November 1751 PLACE OF DEATH Berlin, Prussia Rudiš became known after publishing his first novel ''Nebe pod Berlínem (Nebe pod Berlinem)'' ("The Sky under Berlin") in 2002, the tale of a Czech teacher who chooses to leave his job and to start a new life in Berlin, where he plays music in the underground, which - and especially the ghosts of suicide jumpers in front of trains - gains almost mystical importance to him, and joins an indie (indie (music)) rock group (which is a semi-autobiographical motive (Motif (literature))). It was one of the most successful Czech books of recent years. For this novel he received Jiří Orten Award. In 1811 Bettina married Achim von Arnim, the renowned Romantic poet. The couple settled near Berlin and had seven children. Achim died in 1831, but Bettina maintained an active public life. Her passion for Goethe revived, and in 1835, after lengthy discussions with the writer and landscape gardener Hermann von Pückler-Muskau she published her book ''Goethe's Correspondence with a Child'' ( Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
to Modern Logic"), was published in 1910. Several essays about aesthetics followed, whereupon Schlick turned his attention to problems of epistemology, the philosophy of science, and more general questions about science. In this last category, Schlick distinguished himself by publishing a paper in 1915 about Einstein (Albert Einstein)'s special theory of relativity, a topic only ten years old. He also published ''Raum und Zeit in der gegenwärtigen Physik'' ("
and Vienna Ibrahim Edhem returned to the Ottoman Empire…After serving as minister of the interior between 1883 and 1885, he retired in Istanbul. In 1876-1877 he represented the Ottoman Government at the Constantinople Conference. Some weeks would be given over to one subject across the week, such as Italy week, Berlin week and, in 1995, Ireland week. Some outside broadcasts were made at the time by ''The Late Show'' team including the Booker Prize and the Mercury Music Prize. Most items were shot on videotape. Amongst the directors who worked on the series are Paul Tickell, David Upshal, Sheree Folkson, Mark Cooper (Mark Cooper (director)), David Evans (David Evans (director)), Anand Tucker, Mary Harron and Sharon Maguire. Later in the series' run a regular panel discussion — ''Late Review (The Review Show)'' — was introduced looking at new films, books and plays and other arts and cultural events. Regular contributors to this included Tony Parsons (Tony Parsons (British journalist)), Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson, and it was chaired by ''The Guardian'' journalist Mark Lawson. - 1899 (1899 World Allround Speed Skating Championships) Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
. Retrieved April 16, 2008. Betrayed by a priest, she was captured and sent to the German concentration camp (Nazi concentration camps) of Ravensbrück (Ravensbrück concentration camp), near Berlin with her mother, Émilie Tillion, also a resistante. From her arrival on 21 October 1943 to the fall of the camp in Spring 1945, she wrote an Operetta, called "Le Verfügbar aux Enfers", a comedy describing the poor life of the "Verfügbar" in the world
recalls the past near a riverbank, the film then flashes back (Flashback (narrative)) to 1944, and begins the story of Rachel Stein, a Dutch Jewish singer who had lived in Berlin before the war and is now hiding from the Nazi regime in the occupied Netherlands. date August–September location Berlin, Germany type Track and field The '''Internationales Stadionfest (ISTAF)''' is an annual track and field
in Berlin, Germany is completed and inaugurated. * Midland Grand Hotel (St Pancras railway station) in London, United Kingdom is opened, the largest hotel in the world at the time. Buildings * Construction of the Schauspielhaus (Schauspielhaus (Berlin)) in Berlin (completed 1821 (1821 in architecture)), designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, is begun. * Construction of Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, designed by Christian Jank, is begun. * The Rotes Rathaus in Berlin, Germany is completed. * The Strangeways Prison (Manchester (HM Prison)) in Manchester, England is completed. * Opéra Garnier in Paris, France is opened. * The Hermannsdenkmal in Berlin, Germany is completed. * Watts Sherman House (William Watts Sherman House) - Newport, Rhode Island, designed by H.H. Richardson. * Guaranty Building (Prudential (Guaranty) Building (Buffalo, New York)) in Buffalo, New York designed by Louis Sullivan is completed. * Reichstag (Reichstag (building)) in Berlin, designed by Paul Wallot, is completed. * Tower Bridge in London designed by Horace Jones (Horace Jones (architect)) and John Wolfe-Barry is completed. * Stoclet House (Palais Stoclet), Brussels by Josef Hoffmann. * The Berliner Dom in Berlin, Germany is completed. * Darwin D. Martin House completed in Buffalo, New York by Frank Lloyd Wright Hartlaub was born in Bremen (Bremen (city)), and studied at Bonn and Berlin before graduating in medicine at Göttingen. In 1840, he began to study and collect exotic birds, which he donated to the Bremen Natural History Museum. He described some of these species for the first time. In 1852, he set up a new journal with Jean Cabanis, the ''Journal für Ornithologie''. He wrote with Otto Finsch, ''Beitrag zur Fauna Centralpolynesiens: Ornithologie der Viti-, Samoa und Tonga- Inseln''. Halle, H. Schmidt. This 1867 which has handcoloured lithographs was based on bird specimens collected by Eduard Heinrich Graeffe for Museum Godeffroy. A number of birds were named for him, including Hartlaub's Bustard, Hartlaub's Duck, and Hartlaub's Gull. Buildings * The Altes Museum in Berlin, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, which was begun in 1823 (1823 in architecture), is completed. Buildings * AEG Turbine Factory in Berlin, designed by Peter Behrens is completed. * Many architects of the École de Nancy, including Lucien Weissenburger, Émile André, Émile Toussaint, Louis Marchal, Paul Charbonnier, Eugène Vallin, and others design the pavilions for the International Exhibition of the East of France, held in Nancy (Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle) from May 1 to October 31. The lyrics were written in 1929 by Horst Wessel, commander of the SA (Sturmabteilung) in the Friedrichshain district of Berlin. Wessel was murdered by Albert Hoehter, a Communist party member, in February 1930, and Joseph Goebbels made him a martyr of the Nazi movement. The song was first performed at Wessel's funeral, and was thereafter extensively used at party functions as well as being sung by the SA during street parades. Internment in Germany (1914-1918) MacMillan traveled to Paris in the spring of 1914 and began to study piano privately with Thérèse Chaigneau. He was visiting Bayreuth, Germany, to attend performances of the Bayreuth Festival, when the First World War (World War I) began in August, following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria on June 28. MacMillan was initially detained by the German Police, and then imprisoned as an enemy alien, as Canada had declared war on Imperial Germany (Military history of Canada during the First World War) on August 5. MacMillan was subsequently interned for the duration of the War at Ruhleben (Ruhleben P.O.W. Camp), a civilian detention camp, located on the site of a former horse racing track, on the outskirts of Berlin. During this period, he became a prominent member of the Ruhleben Musical Society and directed performances of ''Mikado'' and a pantomime version of ''Cinderella''. MacMillan transcribed the music for the former from memory with the help of four other musicians. Among those attending these performances was James W. Gerard, the United States Ambassador (Ambassadors from the United States) to Germany. MacMillan was also a member of the Ruhleben Drama Society and acted in productions of ''Othello'', ''Twelfth Night'', and ''The Importance of Being Earnest''. thumb left Marie Antoinette (File:Marie-Antoinette; koningin der Fransen.jpg) was one of Dussek's patrons. After Dussek left St. Petersburg, he took a position as music director for Prince Antoni Radziwiłł in Lithuania, where he stayed about a year. His departure from Lithuania may have been prompted by an affair he was rumored to have with the Prince's wife, the Princess of Thurn and Taxis. Craw (#Craw), p. 31 He toured Germany for the next few years as a virtuoso performer on the piano and on the glass harmonica, eventually arriving in Paris in 1786. Craw (#Craw), p. 34 The German tour was a significant success for him. One review of a Berlin concert said, "He obtained great distinction as a pianist, and was little less admired for his playing on the glass harmonica ... some critics pretend to trace to his skill upon this instrument many of his specialities of style both as a pianist and composer". Craw (#Craw), pp. 34–35 Another reviewer wrote, of a concert in Kassel, "He entranced all listeners with a slow, harmonic, and studiously modulated prelude and chorale." Craw (#Craw), pp. 35–36 He may also have been in Ludwigslust in 1786, where he would have performed his ''Extract from an Easter Canata'' (C 26) for the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Frederick Francis I, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin). Craw (#Craw), p. 40 * Work begins on the British Museum in London, designed by Robert Smirke (Robert Smirke (architect)) (later Sir Robert). * Work begins on the Altes Museum in Berlin, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, which is completed in 1830 (1830 in architecture). * William Strickland (William Strickland (architect)) built Saint Stephen's Church (St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the first Gothic revival buildings. He was born at Riga, Latvia, then part of the Russian Empire. He was educated at the universities of Heidelberg, Munich and Berlin (1856–1862), where he particularly devoted himself to botany and palaeontology. Commissioned to arrange the collections brought from the Sudan by Freiherr von Barnim and Dr Hartmann, his attention was directed to that region; and in 1863 he travelled round the shores of the Red Sea, repeatedly traversed the district between that sea and the Nile, passed on to Khartum, and returned to Europe in 1866. His researches attracted so much attention that in 1868 the Humboldt-Stiftung of Berlin entrusted him with an important scientific mission to the interior of East Africa. Starting from Khartum in January 1869, he went up the White Nile to Bahr-el-Ghazal (Bahr el Ghazal (river)), and then, with a party of ivory dealers, through the regions inhabited by the Diur (Dyoor), Dinka, Bongo (Bongo Country) and Niam-Niam; crossing the Nile watershed he entered the country of the Mangbettu (Monbuttu) and discovered the river Uele (March 19, 1870), which by its westward flow he knew was independent of the Nile. Biography He was born in Frankfurt. He was a member of the Prussian Academy of Arts and the first president of the PEN (International PEN) of Germany (1925–1932). Due to being jewish he was removed from his work by the Nazis in 1933. Fulda committed suicide in Berlin in 1939 when he was denied entry into the United States. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
in Stalingrad was shot in Berlin, Germany. *The Volga crossing was filmed near Cottbus, Germany. In 1858 Maclise commenced one of the two great monumental works of his life, ''The Meeting of Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington) and Blücher (Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher)'', on the walls of Westminster Palace.
of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague shortly afterwards. In Prague he studies film directing together with his future colleagues Konrad Petzold and Ralf Kirsten. In 1954 he works as an intern at the DEFA studios (Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft) during the production of the film ''Ernst Thälmann – Sohn seiner Klasse (Ernst Thälmann (film))'' directed by Kurt Maetzig. He completed another internship as an assistant director for a film adapted from the opera '' Zar und
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