• Auschwitz and After

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    Germany has lent the country €56 billion to-date; however, Germany is losing patience over Greece’s attempts to renegotiate terms of its bailout. Bavarian Alps (Bayerische Alpen) — home to the world famous Neuschwanstein Castle, and Germany's best skiing and snowboarding resorts. The post World War II influx of 12 million refugees, many of them expelled from German territories assigned to Poland, mixed religious boundaries and further weakened the churches' role in education.
  • The Escape of Sigmund Freud

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    All the in-between events are unimportant. Nearly half a decade later, what has the German energy tax reform achieved? Michael Stratigos found the site on one of the three Holms of Hogaland islets in the Loch of Strom. GE is awarding 100 thousand dollars to each of the best research projects in the field of breast cancer diagnosis and cure. It happens all the time that a nice girl that you have never met before smiles at you for no apparent reason. (In Germany, they do it only if they have a very good reason, which means that you're in business.) If you wait in line in an American supermarket, you don't have to constantly watch out for people who try to cut in in front of you.
  • Boy Soldier: A German Teenager at the Nazi Twilight

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    In 1945, after defeat in World War II, Germany came under the control of the victorious allies—the United Kingdom, the United States, the Soviet Union, and France. Kids and teens from Frankfurt and all over the world come together and collect money for a good cause by running laps in the Mainkai-Arena. Hard coal production, on the other hand, has fallen despite subsidies. The SED politburo also resigned and was reorganized. It was first used by the Gauls and then later by the Romans and Julius Caesar.
  • Survival in the Shadows: Seven Jews Hidden in Hitler's

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    Find a list of latest jobs, careers and employment opportunities in Germany. By 1947, the Western occupation zones were increasingly coordinating their policies (especially in economics), whereas the Soviet zone followed an increasingly divergent policy. Find out which bank, usually a monster in New York, your bank uses for sending their international transfers. To the North the Pyrenees shared with France and Andorra also offers excellent skiing in up to 2,700m (8,000 ft) altitude, Domaine Tourmalet is the largest resort in the area with over 100km of pistes.
  • Ghost Dance in Berlin: A Rhapsody in Gray (Travelers' Tales)

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    In the last decades of the 19th century, Hamburg underwent a building boom and the city took on its current outline by adding port areas, parks, and beautiful buildings and homes constructed in Jugendstil architecture. Prices shown reflect discounts of up to 10%. Internships are conducted in English, but if you are proficient in another language, you may receive a placement that lets you use your second language too.
  • Inside the Third Reich

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    Her research interests are international comparison of media systems, international communication, journalism and media ethics. Louis Post-Dispatch from the United States; from Canada The Globe and Mail; and from England, The Guardian, The Independent, and The Observer. They won’t have to reinvent fire and stone points. In general, coverage of ‘foreigner criminality’ (Ausländerkriminalität) raises the question of differences in reporting about offences committed by Germans as opposed to non-Germans 93)Jäger, Margret/ Jäger, Siegfried/ Cleve, Gabriele/ Ruth, Ina, Zweierlei Maß: Die Bericht erstattung über Straftaten von MigrantInnen in den Printmedien und das Dilemma der JournalistInnen [Double Standards.
  • Von Braun: Dreamer of Space, Engineer of War

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    Lorenz Caffier, the interior minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, proposes an emergency conference of all interior ministers to discuss the idea of border controls with their counterparts from the Social Democrats. Currently, the Roderbruck Scientific Research Center is being developed. Users can cross-search and reuse over 28,627,026 digital items and 175,511,348 bibliographic records. At St Pancras, I did the same - went to the Eurostar ticket office and they stamped the unused tickets, issued new ones and off I went.
  • Hitler's Women

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    So far, an estimate of 270,000 apartments have been traded this year. But as it turned out, currency union was not accompanied by full political union; the EU retained its loose, confederal governance structure. Zunz, ed., Social Contracts Under Stress, 2001. Without it, attacks on the basic economy of the enemy could not have been delivered in sufficient force and with sufficient freedom to bring effective and lasting results. 3. This is the only school in Hamburg in which the principal language of instruction is English.
  • A Man of Honour: Adam Czartoryski as a Statesman of Russia

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    At right was see Thérèse Tallien (1773-1835, née Cabarrús) in the Greek revival clothing that soon became the Empire style of high waisted dresses. Whether procedures to safeguard individual rights adequate. 3. (a) Telephone conversations are covered by the notions of 'private life' and 'correspondence' in Article 8. (b) The legislation permitting monitoring of mail etc clearly interfered with an individual's rights under Article 8(1) once applied to him. (c) The mere existence of the legislation involved a menace of surveillance to all those to whom the controls could be applied, which necessarily struck at freedom of communication between users of the postal and telecommunications services and thereby constituted an interference by a public authority with the exercise of the applicants' right to respect for private and family life and for correspondence. (d) It was not necessary to consider whether an interference with the exercise of a person's right to respect for his home was also involved. (e) Paragraph 2 of Article 8, being an exception to a right guaranteed by the Convention, was to be narrowly interpreted. (f) Powers of secret surveillance of citizens, characterizing as they did the police state, were tolerable under the Convention only insofar as strictly necessary for safeguarding democratic institutions. (g) The aims of the legislation were indeed to safeguard national security and/or to prevent disorder or crime. (h) The Court had to take judicial notice of the technical advances made in the means of espionage and surveillance and of the development of terrorism in Europe in recent years. (i) As democratic societies found themselves threatened by highly sophisticated forms of espionage and by terrorism, the Court had to accept that legislation granting powers of secret surveillance over the mail etc of subversive elements within their jurisdiction was under exceptional conditions necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security and/or for the prevention of disorder or crime. (j) The legislature enjoyed a certain but not an unlimited discretion in fixing the conditions under which the system of surveillance was to be operated, which must provide adequate and effective guarantees against abuse. (k) The contested legislation provided an administrative procedure designed to ensure that surveillance was not ordered haphazardly, irregularly or without due and proper consideration. (l) Review of surveillance when first ordered or while being carried out must be accompanied by procedures which guaranteed the individual's rights, since the secret nature of the practice necessarily prevented the individual from seeking an effective remedy of his own accord. (m) If the bounds of necessity in a democratic society were not to be exceeded in a field where abuse was potentially so easy in individual cases and could have such harmful consequences for democratic society, it was in principle desirable to entrust supervisory control to a judge, in accordance with the rule of law, since judicial control offered the best guarantee of independence, impartially and a proper procedure; but other safeguards might nevertheless suffice if independent and vested with sufficient powers to exercise an effective and continuous control. (o) While the possibility of improper action by a dishonest, negligent or over-zealous official could never be ruled out whatever the system, the relevant considerations were the likelihood of such action and the safeguards provided to protect against it. (p) Some compromise between the requirements for defending democratic society and individual rights was inherent in the Convention.
  • Karl Polanyi: The Hungarian Writings

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    Germany's export-oriented economy was the largest in Europe. This campaign promise sought to harness the multiple dividends invoked by advocates of environmental taxes, including greater flexibility and cost efficiency than traditional regulation, incentives to develop innovative clean technologies, and the ability to raise revenues for public investments or tax cuts in other areas, such as labor costs.5 In 1999, the German legislature passed the Ecological Tax Reform Act, which mandated gradual increases in the tax rates on oil and gas and introduced a new levy on electricity.6 This initiative was by no means uncontroversial.
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