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which specialised in the design of explosives as everyday objects. Russell also visited the training area for the Brandenburg Regiment (Brandenburger Regiment), the 'Quenzgut', where he observed trainees and instructors working with sabotage materials in a field environment. As he received explosives training, his return to Ireland with a definite sabotage objective was planned by German Army Intelligence. His total training time with German Intelligence was over 3 months. February 9

line population

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the Onkelz officially announced their retreat from the active music business. After the release of the album, a gig on the Wacken Open Air in August 2004metal news wacken-2004 18536-statement-bezauumlglich-der-baoumlhsen-onkelz Wacken 2004 - Statement bezüglich der Böhsen Onkelz! - News - - and the sold-out tour ''La Ultima'', the farewell show took place on 17 and 18 June 2005 at the EuroSpeedway

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leading position

;). Prior experience of killers in Nazi murders of disabled people The two commanders of the camp, Kriminalpolizei officers ''SS (Schutzstaffel)-Sturmbannführer'' Christian Wirth and ''SS (Schutzstaffel)-Hauptsturmführer'' Gottlieb Hering, had been — in common with almost all of their staff — involved in the Nazi euthanasia Action T4 program since 1940. Wirth had the leading position as a supervisor of all six euthanasia institutions in the Reich; Hering as the non-medical chief of Sonnenstein (Sonnenstein der Pirna) (Pirna, Saxony) and Hadamar. As a participant of the first T-4 test gassing of handicapped people at Brandenburg, Wirth had been a killing expert from the beginning. He was, therefore, an obvious choice to be the first commandant of the first extermination camp in the General Government. It might have been his proposal to transfer the T-4 technology of killing by carbon monoxide gas in stationary gas chambers to Bełżec, because the comparable technology of mobile gas vans used before December 1941 in the extermination camp Chelmno (Chelmno concentration camp) had proven insufficient for the planned number of victims. WikiPedia:Brandenburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Brandenburg Commons:Category:Brandenburg

news design

Newspapers'' Award by the ''Society for News Design'' in New York. It is owned by Verlag Der Tagesspiegel GmbH (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung), a member of the Georg von Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, and associated with the ''Wall Street Journal (The Wall Street Journal Special Editions)''. 220px thumb Memorial plaque in Wölfersheim (Image:Schild Georg Eberhard Rumpf in Wölfersheim.jpg) Rumphius was the oldest son of August Rumpf, a builder and engineer in Hanau

great love

with all of eastern Germany including eastern Brandenburg, was handed over to Poland. Erik had a great love of tournaments, and money poured out of the treasury for his entertainments. At one knightly tournament at Rostock, wine, mead, and beer "flowed" for an entire month for any who wished to drink. The king paid for the upkeep of all the horses and livestock at the tournament including a mountain of oats for any and all. He crafted new and unusual taxes to squeeze

musical compositions

(Category:Brandenburg) Category:NUTS 1 statistical regions of the European Union Category:States and territories established in 1990 *1603 – Thomas Cartwright (Thomas Cartwright (churchman)), English Puritan clergyman *1704 – Hans Albrecht von Barfus, Brandenburg and Prussian field marshal and prime minister (b. 1635) *1707 – Jean Mabillon, French palaeograopher and diplomat (b. 1632) * Romani (Romani language) (across Germany) * Low German (Low German language) (part III in Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein); (part II in Brandenburg, Northrhine-Westphalia and Saxony-Anhalt) Among English speakers, the city is commonly known

Ludwig of Brandenburg-Schwedt Christian Ludwig , margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt, MacDonogh, Giles. ''Frederick the Great: A Life in Deed and Letters''. St. Martin's Griffin. New York. 2001. ISBN 0-312-27266-9 in 1721 (though probably composed earlier). They are widely regarded as among the finest musical compositions of the Baroque era (baroque music). Because King Frederick William I (Frederick William I of Prussia) of Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia) was not a significant patron of the arts, Christian Ludwig seems to have lacked the musicians in his Berlin ensemble to perform the concertos. The full score was left unused in the Margrave's library until his death in 1734, when it was sold for 24 groschen (as of 2008, about US$22.00) of silver. The autograph manuscript of the concertos was only rediscovered in the archives of Brandenburg by Siegfried Wilhelm Dehn in 1849; the concertos were first published in the following year. Malcolm Boyd, ''Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos'' (Cambridge UP, 1993), ISBN 0-521-39276-9 WikiPedia:Brandenburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Brandenburg Commons:Category:Brandenburg

world largest

on south-southeast of Berlin. It is inside a disused hangar 360 metres (1,181 ft) long, 210 metres (689 ft) wide and 107 metres (351 ft) high. At 5.5 million m³ (194 million ft³), it stands as one of the largest buildings on Earth by volume (List of largest buildings in the world), and is the world's largest single hall without supporting pillars inside. The hangar cost €78 million and was originally commissioned by Cargolifter AG (CargoLifter) as an airship hangar named ''Aerium'', but the airship it was intended to house – the CL160 – was never built. * France – French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion * Germany – Brandenburg – Nordost and Südwest (phasing out), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony – Dresden and Chemnitz, Saxony – Leipzig (phasing-out), Lower Saxony – Lüneburg (phasing-out), Saxony-Anhalt – Magdeburg and Dessau, Saxony Anhalt – Halle (phasing-out), Thuringia * Greece – Anatoliki Makedonia, Attiki (phasing-out), Dytiki Ellada, Dytiki Makedonia (phasing-out), Ionia Nisia, Ipeiros, Kentriki Makedonia (phasing-out), Kriti, Notio Aigaio (phasing-in), Peloponnisos, Sterea Ellada (phasing-in), Thessalia, Thraki, Voreio Aigaio states Germany region Brandenburg, Saxony-Anhalt fam2 Germanic (Germanic languages) death_date WikiPedia:Brandenburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Brandenburg Commons:Category:Brandenburg

extensive study

'', ''Me Too in Arcadia (Arcadia (utopia)) Goethe’s Italian Journeys'', ''Fontane’s Walks Through Mark Brandenburg''. An extensive study of the phenomena of European Necropoles (Necropolis) followed. Terrestrial Terrestrial reception had lost most of its users by the 1990s WikiPedia:Brandenburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Brandenburg Commons:Category:Brandenburg


'''Brandenburg''' ( ) is one of the sixteen federated states (states of Germany) of Germany. The capital is Potsdam.

It lies in the east of the country and is one of the federal states that was re-created in 1990 upon the reunification (German reunification) of the former West Germany and East Germany. Brandenburg surrounds but does not include the national capital and city-state Berlin.

Originating in the medieval Northern March, the Margraviate of Brandenburg grew (Brandenburg-Prussia) to become the core of the Kingdom of Prussia, which would later become the Free State of Prussia. The eastern third (East Brandenburg) of historic Brandenburg (''Ostbrandenburg Neumark'') was ceded to Poland in 1945 (Oder-Neisse border).

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