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theories he disliked. It was in Germany that he made his conducting debut, and the rostrum remained at the centre of his working life. His Leipzig concert works include the choral ''Suite vasca'' (1923); ''Dos apuntes Vascos'' (1925) and ''Symphonic Variations on a Basque Theme'' (1927); of later works the funeral march ''Gernika'' for chorus and orchestra (1966) is outstanding. The ''Siete Lieder'', 1929 settings of Heinrich Heine for mezzo-soprano and orchestra, are perhaps the finest works he produced in Germany. Two short but powerful compositions for chorus and orchestra, ''Maite'' (‘Our Lady’, from the 1946 film ''Jai-Alai'') and ''¡Ay, tierra vasca!'' (1956) retain their place in the hearts of his Basque countrymen. She was called a whore and a shameless marriage broker and seductress by the press. She was watched by the secret police, who sent spies after her and read her letters. She was watched by the secret police and banished from Berlin in 1846 because her way of life was seen as threatening to conventional order. In 1846, she was expelled from Berlin by the police: " I must leave Berlin within eight days because I have expressed and lived according to ideas who were dangerous for the conservative law and order." Kyle & Krusenstjerna, page. 44. In 1848, she took part in the revolutionary wave in Germany. She served in the Freikorps in Schleswig during the war. thumb photography serie: scrape metal & sun" (File:Eberhard Bosslet Fotografie Schrott und Sonne La Gomera 1982.jpg) '''Eberhard Bosslet''' (born 1953) is a German (Germany) contemporary artist who has been producing site-specific art and architectural (architecture)-related works, such as sculpture, installation (Installation art) and painting, both indoors and outdoors, since 1979. Born in Speyer, Germany, and living in Berlin and Dresden, he co-founded the artist group, "Material & Effect" (''Material & Wirkung'') in Berlin in 1981, and since 1980, has been the co-director of the artistspace "MOPEDS" in Berlin Kreuzberg that is involved in curating (curator) and managing non-conventional artshows. thumb photography serie: scrape metal & sun" (File:Eberhard Bosslet Fotografie Schrott und Sonne La Gomera 1982.jpg) '''Eberhard Bosslet''' (born 1953) is a German (Germany) contemporary artist who has been producing site-specific art and architectural (architecture)-related works, such as sculpture, installation (Installation art) and painting, both indoors and outdoors, since 1979. Born in Speyer, Germany, and living in Berlin and Dresden, he co-founded the artist group, "Material & Effect" (''Material & Wirkung'') in Berlin in 1981, and since 1980, has been the co-director of the artistspace "MOPEDS" in Berlin Kreuzberg that is involved in curating (curator) and managing non-conventional artshows. Noble was featured as Skip Hunter alongside Ella Verparajugs (aka Georgina Starr) in the 2004 short film ''Heart to Heart''. The film premiered in Berlin and was nominated for a Bavarian Film Award the same year. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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ITB (ITB Berlin) and the adult entertainment and erotic fair Venus (Venus Award) are held annually in the city, attracting a significant number of business visitors. Creative industries Industries that do business in the creative arts and entertainment (Creative industries) are an important and sizable sector of the economy of Berlin. The creative arts sector comprises music, film, advertising, architecture, art, design, fashion (German fashion), performing arts, publishing


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and are generally operated using the double-decker buses, which makes using them very attractive for tourists. MetroBuses generally run every 10 minutes from every stop they serve. * '''Express bus lines''' connect important locations, such as airports and train stations, in a very fast fashion by skipping many stops along the way. They run every 5 minutes in the city centre using double-decker buses or articulated buses. The express lines are designated with the letter "X" and one or two


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During the brief period of the Hungarian Soviet in 1919 he taught in a teacher training school thanks to the patronage of his friend and mentor György Lukács, Karácsony, A. (2008). 'Soul–life–knowledge: The young Mannheim’s way to sociology', Studies in East European Thought. 60 (1 2), pp. 97-115. whose political conversion to Communism he did not, however, share. ref name "Longhurst">


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energy-content?" . See also the English translation. The equivalence is described by the famous equation: Recognizing her talent, Kollwitz's father arranged


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ITB (ITB Berlin) and the adult entertainment and erotic fair Venus (Venus Award) are held annually in the city, attracting a significant number of business visitors. Creative industries Industries that do business in the creative arts and entertainment (Creative industries) are an important and sizable sector of the economy of Berlin. The creative arts sector comprises music, film, advertising, architecture, art, design, fashion (German fashion), performing arts, publishing


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(2008), p. 21 Findling and Pelle (2004), p. 283 The idea was resurrected for the 1916 Games (1916 Summer Olympics), which were to be held in Berlin, Germany. A winter sports week with speed skating, figure skating, ice hockey


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and gynaecology in Munich beginning in 1910. By 1913, he had a doctoral degree and was fully licensed as a medical doctor. After a year serving as an assistant doctor on cruise ships, he bought a practice in Dietzenbach. He served at the front during World War I, then as a medical officer. By 1919, he was in Berlin with a medical practice and in 1920 married Hannelore "Hanni" Moller, a wealthy actress. He targeted unconventional treatments at an upscale market and eventually turned down invitations to be personal physician to both the Shah of Persia (Reza Shah Pahlavi) and the King of Romania. Old Reich Chancellery When the military alliance of the North German Confederation was reorganised as a federal state with effect from July 1, 1867, the office of a Federal Chancellor ''(Bundeskanzler)'' was implemented at Berlin and staffed with the Prussian (Kingdom of Prussia) Prime Minister Otto von Bismarck. After the unification of Germany on January 18, 1871 by accession of the South German states, Bismarck became Reich Chancellor of the new German Empire. thumb Ludwig Rellstab. (File:Ludwig Rellstab.jpg) '''Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig Rellstab''' (April 13, 1799 Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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request, transferred to Stammheim Prison where the majority of other RAF prisoners were held captive. In Stammheim Prison she met Ensslin (Gudrun Ensslin), Baader (Andreas Baader), and Raspe (Jan-Carl Raspe), and was reportedly trained by them to become a leader of the RAF. Young years Savinkov was born in Kharkov (Kharkiv), the son of a judge in Warsaw. In 1897 he entered the law department of St. Petersburg University but was expelled in 1899 because of participation in students' riots. Later he studied in Berlin and Heidelberg (Heidelberg University). Since 1898 he was a member of various socialist organizations. In 1901 he was arrested and sent to exile to Vologda. He served the exile with some prominent Russian intellectuals including Nikolai Berdyaev and Anatoly Lunacharsky. However he became disappointed with Marxism and shifted to terrorism. In 1903 Savinkov escaped abroad and joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party, where he soon became Deputy Head of its Combat Organization (SR Combat Organization) under Yevno Azef. thumb David Friedländer (Image:David Friedlander.JPG) '''David Friedländer''', sometimes spelled '''Friedlander''' (16 December 1750, Königsberg – 25 December 1834, Berlin) was a German (Germany) Jewish banker, writer and communal leader. '''Villa Hammerschmidt''' was designated the official residence of the President of Germany in 1951. Located in the former West German (West Germany) capital of Bonn, it remained the official residence of the President until the government offices were returned to the recently-reunified Berlin in 1994. President Richard von Weizsäcker made Schloss Bellevue in Berlin his primary official residence; since that time the Hammerschmidt Villa has served as a secondary residence. In German, the Villa is also called "White House of Germany", because it looks similar to the residence of the President of the United States. This most famous of Persian carpets has been the subject of endless copies ranging in size from small rugs to full scale carpets. There is an 'Ardabil' at 10 Downing Street and even Hitler had an 'Ardabil' in his office in Berlin. The London carpet was for decades displayed hanging on a wall. Since 2006. it has been now shown flat in a special glass pavilion in the centre of the main gallery of Islamic art. The lighting is kept low for conservation reasons. Hillier Özdamar has received a lot of recognition for her work. A lover of poetry, she found great inspiration in the works of Heinrich Heine and Bertolt Brecht, especially from an album of the latter's songs which she had bought in the 1960s in Berlin. She later decided to study with Brecht's disciple Benno Besson in Berlin, where she currently 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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