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Zimmermann, Gunnar B. Hamburg : Forschungsgegenstand und Geschichtslandschaft besonderer Art? H28 Z56 Unavailable On order Request. Captured shadows : the German Goldschmidt's of the 17th and 18th century . Nick, Dagmar, author. London : Vallentine Mitchell, G65 Available. Categories in context : gender and work in France and Germany, present .
New York : Berghahn, Arnaud Lechevalier Chapter 8. Categories in Context seeks to enrich our understanding of how cognitive categories such as status, law, and rights have been produced, comprehended, appropriated, and eventually transformed by relevant actors. By focusing on specific developments in France and Germany through a transnational lens, this volume produces insights that can be applied to a wide variety of political, social, and historical contexts.
C38 Unknown. Jours tranquilles chez Sauerbruch Heureux qui comme Ulysse Les mondes du silence Le baron est-il une carpe? H65 H45 Unavailable In transit. Characters before copyright : the rise and regulation of fan fiction in eighteenth-century Germany . Birkhold, Matthew H. Summary How did authors control the literary fates of fictional characters before the existence of copyright? Could a second author do anything with another author's character? Situated between the decline of the privilege system and the rise of copyright, literary borrowing in eighteenth-century Germany has long been considered unregulated.
This book tells a different story. Like fan fiction today, these texts took the form of sequels, prequels, and spinoffs. Analyzing the evolving reading, writing, and consumer habits of late-eighteenth-century Germany, 'Characters before Copyright' identifies the social, economic, and aesthetic changes that fostered the rapid rise of fan fiction after Based on archival work and an ethnographic approach borrowed from legal anthropology, this book then uncovers the unwritten customary norms that governed the production of these works.
These norms translated into a unique type of literature that gave rise to remarkable forms of collaborative authorship and originality. Chronica Slavorum. Description Book — pages ; 25 cm. The work was intended as a continuation of the earlier chronicle of Helmold of Bosau, and covers the years , in seven books. It was completed soon after the latter date, and the author died not long afterwards, and no later than It is thus a strictly contemporary work, which greatly enhances its value. Abbot Arnold's very readable chronicle provides a fascinating glimpse into German society in the time of the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa and his immediate successors, into a crucial period of the Crusading movement, and also into the religious mentality of the Middle Ages"-- Provided by publisher.
A Unknown. Idatius, Bishop of Chaves, active 5th century, author. Description Book — xlvi, pages ; 24 cm. I Unavailable In transit. Churches, chaplains and the Great War . Takken, Hanneke, author. Description Book — xix, pages ; 25 cm. Summary Churches and chaplains in the First World War Supporting war: the spiritual opportunity Comparing chaplains Church, state and nation in Church and state Church and society Church and nation Religious justification of war War enthusiasts: God's community falls apart Wrath, purification, mission: religious interpretation of war The chaplaincies in Basic organisation Church, state and nation in one army Welcome to the war: the mobilisation of the chaplains Controversy about the number of chaplains The training of the chaplains The chaplain within the ranks In the lines or in the rear Chaplains, officers, soldiers Discussion on the clergy in arms Chaplains on the battlefield Gathering the flock Organising religious services The sermon Communication and burial services Pastoral care Competition Hopes and disappointments: reflections on the war effort Three evaluations What went wrong Change.
The role and position of the chaplaincies in the armies, as well as the problems they encountered and the solutions they sought in their daily work in and behind the lines are analysed, while the book tries to find explanations for differences and similarities between the chaplaincies by looking at the relations between church, state and society. R4 T29 Unknown.
Clara Schumann : eine moderne Frau im Frankfurt des Jahrhunderts . Kienzle, Ulrike, author. Jahrhunderts Metamorphosen einer Stadt : Frankfurt im S4 K54 Unavailable On order Request.
Rosen-Prest, Viviane, author. Description Book — pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm. Le cas Pillard Des colonies "florissantes"? En quelle langue y parlait et y priait-on? G3 R Unavailable At bindery Request. Comparative company law . Gerner-Beuerle, Carsten, author. Description Book — lxx, pages ; 25 cm Summary Comparative Company Law provides a systematic and coherent exposition of company law across jurisdictions, augmented by extracts taken from key judgments, legislation, and scholarly works.
It provides an overview of the legal framework of company law in the US, the UK, Germany, and France, as well as the legislative measures adopted by the EU and the relevant case law of the Court of Justice. The book is an essential guide to how company law cuts across borders, and how different jurisdictions shape the corporate lifespan from its formation by way of incorporation to its demise corporate insolvency and eventual dissolution.
In addition, it offers an introduction to the nature of the corporation, the framework of EU company law, incorporation and corporate representation, agency problems in the firm, rights of stakeholders and shareholders, neutrality and defensive measures in corporate control transactions, legal capital, piercing the corporate veil, and corporate insolvency and restructuring law.
The conquest of ruins : the Third Reich and the fall of Rome . Hell, Julia, author. Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, Description Book — xiv, pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Summary The Roman Empire has been a source of inspiration and a model for imitation for Western empires practically since the moment Rome fell. Yet, as Julia Hell shows in The Conquest of Ruins, what has had the strongest grip on aspiring imperial imaginations isn't that empire's glory but its fall--and the haunting monuments left in its wake.
Hell examines centuries of European empire-building--from Charles V in the sixteenth century and Napoleon's campaigns of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries to the atrocities of Mussolini and the Third Reich in the s and '40s--and sees a similar fascination with recreating the Roman past in the contemporary image.
In every case--particularly that of the Nazi regime--the ruins of Rome seem to represent a mystery to be solved: how could an empire so powerful be brought so low? Hell argues that this fascination with the ruins of greatness expresses a need on the part of would-be conquerors to find something to ward off a similar demise for their particular empire. H45 Unknown. Constructing imperial Berlin : photography and the metropolis . Paeslack, Miriam, author. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, Description Book — xix, pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm Summary Contents Introduction 1.
Yet research on Berlin's past has focused on the interwar years of the Weimar Republic or the Cold War era, with much less attention to the crucial Imperial years between and Constructing Imperial Berlin is the first book to critically assess, contextualize, and frame urban and architectural photographs of that era.
Berlin, as it was pronounced Germany's capital in , was fraught with questions that had previously beset Paris and London. How was urban expansion and transformation to be absorbed? What was the city's understanding of its comparably short history? Given this short history, how did it embody the idea of a capital?
A key theme of this book is the close interrelation of the city's rapid physical metamorphosis with repercussions on promotional and critical narratives, the emergence of groundbreaking photographic technologies, and novel forms of mass distribution. Providing a rare analysis of this significant formative era, Miriam Paeslack shows a city far more complex than the common cliches as a historical and aspiring place suggest.
Imperial Berlin emerges as a modern metropolis, only half-heartedly inhibited by urban preservationist concerns and rather more akin to North American cities in their bold industrialization and competing urban expansions than to European counterparts. B47 P34 Unknown. Constructions of victimhood : remembering the victims of state socialism in Germany . Clarke, David, author. Introduction: Thinking about the victims of state socialism2. Victimhood and the politics of memory and transitional justice3. Victims' organizations and the construction of victimhood4. Compensating the victims of state socialism5.
Memorial museums for the victims of state socialism: controversies and conflicts6. Conclusion: The Future of Victimhood. These victims were not passive objects of the West German state's policy, but organized themselves into associations that fought for recognition of their contribution to the fight against communism. After German unification, the task of commemorating and compensating these victims continued under entirely new political circumstances, yet also in the context of global trends in memory politics and transitional justice that give priority to addressing the fate of victims of non-democratic regimes.
Constructions of Victimhood: Remembering the Victims of State Socialism in Germany draws on the constructivist systems theory of Niklas Luhmann to analyze the role of victims organizations, the political system, and historians and heritage professionals in the struggle over the memory of suffering under state socialism, from the Cold War to the present day. The book argues that the identity and social role of victims has undergone a process of constant renegotiation in this period, offering an innovative theoretical framework for understanding how restorative measures are formulated to address the situation of victims.
As such, it offers not only insights into a neglected aspect of post-war German history, but also contributes to the ongoing academic debate about the role of victims in process of transitional justice and the politics of memory. C53 Unknown. Corporate acquisitions and mergers in Germany . Doll, Natascha, author. Second edition.
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Rantzau is a gripping diary-like personal account of espionage during the Second World War and is one of very few historic memoirs written by an ex- Abwehr officer. He was assigned to establish a network of agents to gather information on British and US airfields, aircrafts, and state-of-the-art developments in the aerospace industry. Among others, Ritter's cover names were Dr. Rantzau and Dr. Reinhard in Holland, Belgium, and Luxembourg, Dr.
Jansen in Hungary, Dr. Renken in Germany, and Mr. Johnson in America. Throughout his service in the Abwehr, Ritter smuggled America's most jealously guarded secret, the Norden bombsight and the Sperry gyroscope, into Germany, and coordinated the planning for the invasion of the British Isles Operation Sea Lion. Ritter was incarcerated by the British in and sent to the Bad Nenndorf interrogation centre. Katharine Ritter Wallace, the daughter of Col. With a combination of collected documents, correspondences, personal notes, communications with peers, and from memory, this captivating account by an espionage agent reveals an insider's glimpse of the German intelligence service and of a handler's expansive and diverse agent network.
S8 R Unavailable In transit. Datenreport Zivilgesellschaft . D38 Available. The daughter's tale : a novel . Hija olvidada. English Correa, Armando Lucas, author. First Atria Books hardcover edition. The dreams that Amanda Sternberg and her husband, Julius, had for their daughters are shattered when the Nazis descend on Berlin, burning down their beloved family bookshop and sending Julius to a concentration camp.
Desperate to save her children, Amanda flees toward the south of France, where the widow of an old friend of her husband's has agreed to take her in. Along the way, a refugee ship headed for Cuba offers another chance at escape and there, at the dock, Amanda is forced to make an impossible choice that will haunt her for the rest of her life. Once in Haute-Vienne, her brief respite is interrupted by the arrival of Nazi forces, and Amanda finds herself in a labor camp where she must once again make a heroic sacrifice.
Eighty-year-old Elise Duval receives a call from a woman bearing messages from a time and country that she forced herself to forget. Despite Elise's best efforts to stave off her past, seven decades of secrets begin to unravel. Based on true events, The Daughter's Tale chronicles one of the most harrowing atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis during the war. Heart-breaking and immersive, it is a beautifully crafted family saga of love, survival, and redemption,"--Amazon.
C H Unknown. Demokratie in Deutschland . Schubert, Klaus, author. Warum Demokratie? A91 S38 Unavailable On order Request. A91 D46 Unavailable In transit. Deviation . English D'Eramo, Luce, , author. London : Pushkin Press, Description Book — xv, pages ; 25 cm Summary 'Sometimes when you go astray and touch bottom, you finally come out on the other side' Lucie was brought up by bourgeois parents as a passionate young fascist. At the age of eighteen, the headstrong protagonist decides to volunteer in the Nazi labour camps in Germany.
Wishing to disprove what she sees as the lies that are being told about Nazi-Fascism, she instead encounters the horrors of life there - and is changed completely. Shedding her identity, she joins a group of deportees being sent to Dachau concentration camp. She escapes the camp in October , and wanders around a Germany devastated by allied bombardments. Then, in February , while helping dig in rubble seeking to rescue survivors, a wall falls on her and she is left paralysed from the waist down.
Translated into English for the first time, Deviation is an autobiographical novel about the repression of memory, and one woman's attempt to make sense of the hell she has lived through. E D Available. Kellmann, Klaus, author. G3 K45 Available. Dresden : a survivor's story : February . Gregg, Victor, author. London : Bloomsbury Reader, Description Book — 56 pages ; 18 cm Summary 'Victor Gregg is the most remarkable spokesman for the war generation' Dan Snow In Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut fictionalised his time as a prisoner of war in Dresden in Vonnegut was imprisoned in a cellar while the firestorm raged through the city, wiping out generations of innocent lives.
Victor Gregg remained above ground throughout the firebombing. This is his true eyewitness account of that week in February He was captured at Arnhem where he volunteered to be sent to a work camp rather than become another faceless number in the huge POW camps. With two failed escape attempts under his belt, Gregg was eventually caught sabotaging a factory and sent to Dresden for execution. Before Gregg could be executed, the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces dropped more than 3, tons of high-explosive bombs and incendiary devices on Dresden in four air raids over two days in February The resulting firestorm destroyed six square miles of the city centre.
Post-war discussion of whether or not the attacks were justified has led to the bombing becoming one of the moral questions of the Second World War. In Gregg's first-hand narrative, personal and punchy, he describes the trauma and carnage of the Dresden bombing. After the raid, he spent five days helping to recover a city of innocent civilians, thousands of whom had died in the fire storm, trapped underground in human ovens.
As order was restored, his life was once more in danger and he escaped to the east, spending the last weeks of the war with the Russians. D7 G Unknown. Aucante, Vincent, author. Description Book — pages ; 21 cm. S A Unavailable. Einstein and Heisenberg : the controversy over quantum physics . Kleinknecht, K. Konrad , author. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, Description Book — 1 online resource xi, pages : illustrations. Digital: text file; PDF. Summary Preface. It connects the history of modern physics to the life stories of these two extraordinary physicists. These discoveries laid the foundation of modern physics, without which our digitized world of computers, satellites, and innovative materials would not be possible.
This book also describes in comprehensible terms the complicated science underlying the two discoveries. The twin biography highlights the parallels and differences of these two luminaries, showing how their work shaped the 20th century into the century of physics. Esterson, Allen, author. Women in science : struggle and success Examining the Mileva story. The story begins The story emerges Collaboration as students Collaboration during their marriage The story spreads The story continues The story concludes Appendixes.
Was Einstein's first wife his uncredited coauthor, unpaid assistant, or his unacknowledged helpmeet? The real "Mileva Story. When a trove of correspondence between them beginning in their student days was discovered in , her story began to be told. Some of the tellers of the "Mileva Story" made startling claims: that she was a brilliant mathematician who surpassed her husband, and that she made uncredited contributions to his most celebrated papers in , including his paper on special relativity.
This book, based on extensive historical research, uncovers the real "Mileva Story. Mileva's ambitions for a science career, however, suffered a series of setbacks-failed diploma examinations, a disagreement with her doctoral dissertation adviser, an out-of-wedlock pregnancy by Einstein. She and Einstein married in and had two sons, but the marriage failed.
Was Mileva her husband's uncredited coauthor, unpaid assistant, or his essential helpmeet? It's tempting to believe that she was her husband's secret collaborator, but the authors of Einstein's Wife look at the actual evidence, and a chapter by Ruth Lewin Sime offers important historical context. The story they tell is that of a brave and determined young woman who struggled against a variety of obstacles at a time when science was not very welcoming to women.
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Goffart, Daniel, author. S6 G64 Unavailable On order Request. Das Ende des amerikanischen Zeitalters : Deutschland und die neue Weltordnung . J34 Unavailable On order Request. French Hitler, Adolf, , interviewee. Serais-je fou? H5 A5 Unavailable In transit. Erfahrungsspuren : eine autobiographische Denkreise .
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N44 A3 Unavailable In transit. Goessmann, David, author. G54 Unavailable In transit. Pauly, Wolfgang, author. Description Book — 85 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm. F76 P28 Unavailable At bindery Request. E75 Unavailable In transit. G3 E75 Unknown. Quelles sont ses relations avec les civils? Comment vit-il la guerre? R66 Unavailable On order Request. Eure Heimat ist unser Albtraum . S62 E87 Unavailable On order Request. The European dimension of Germany's energy transition : opportunities and conflicts .
Cham, Switzerland : illustrations, maps : Springer,  Description Book — x, pages ; 25 cm Summary Towards a European energy transition? This book addresses the interactions between Germany's energy transition and the EU's energy policy framework. It seeks to analyze the manifold connections between the prospects of the proclaimed "Energy Union" and the future of Germany's energy transition, and identifies relevant lessons for the transformation at the EU level that can be learned from the case of Germany, as a first-mover of transforming energy systems towards renewables.
The various repercussions political, economic and systemic from the national transition are explored within the EU context as it responds to the German transition, taking into account both existing frictions and potential synergies between predominantly national sustainability policies and the EU's push towards harmonized policies within a common market. The book's overall aim is to identify the most critical issues, in order to avoid pitfalls and capitalize on opportunities.
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H55 S34 Unknown. The Exception . A24, Description Video — 1 online resource streaming video file minutes : digital,. Summary Nothing is as it seems in this riveting World War II thriller as a wary soldier Jai Courtney goes to investigate a mysterious German monarch Christopher Plummer at his secluded mansion, leading him into a web of deceit and a dangerous love affair with a local Jewish woman Lily James.
New York : Berghahn Books, Description Book — vi, pages ; 24 cm. Traditionally, Germany has been considered a minor player in Pacific history before World War II: its trade there was more limited than that of other nations, and whereas its European rivals established themselves as imperial forces beginning in the early modern era, Germany did not seriously pursue colonialism until the nineteenth century. Yet thanks to recent advances in the field emphasizing transoceanic networks and cultural encounters, it is now possible to develop a more nuanced understanding of German-Pacific history.
The studies gathered here offer fascinating case studies of German commercial, scientific, and imperial activity against the backdrop of the Pacific's overlapping cultural circuits and complex oceanic transits. G3 E97 Unknown. Expressionism and poster design in Germany : between spirit and commerce . Expressionism multiplied Chapman, Kathleen Kathleen G.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill,  Description Book — xiii, pages ; 25 cm. Focusing equally on visual material and contemporaneous debates surrounding art, posters, and the image in general, this study reveals that conceptions of a "modern" image were characterized not so much by style or mode of production and distribution, but by a visual rhetoric designed to communicate more directly than words. As instances of such rhetoric, Expressionist art and posters emerge as equally significant examples of this modern image, demonstrating the interconnectedness of the aesthetic, the utilitarian, and the commercial in European modernism.
G3 C34 Unknown. Fatih Akin's cinema and the new sound of Europe . Gueneli, Berna, author. The Sound of Music: Transnational Soundscapes 4. The first minority director in Germany to receive numerous national and international awards, Akin makes films that are informed by Europe's past, provide cinematic imaginations about its present and future, and engage with public discourses on minorities and migration in Europe through his treatment and representation of a diverse, multiethnic, and multilingual European citizenry.
Through detailed analyses of some of Akin's key works-In July, Head-On, and The Edge of Heaven, among others-Gueneli identifies Akin's unique stylistic use of multivalent sonic and visual components and multinational characters. She argues that the soundscapes of Akin's films-including music and multiple languages, dialects, and accents-create an "aesthetic of heterogeneity" that envisions an expanded and integrated Europe and highlights the political nature of Akin's decisions regarding casting, settings, and audio.
At a time when belonging and identity in Europe is complicated by questions of race, ethnicity, religion, and citizenship, Gueneli demonstrates how Akin's aesthetics intersect with politics to reshape notions of Europe, European cinema, and cinematic history. A G84 Unknown. Fille de France . Diallo, Elisa, author. B55 D52 Unavailable At bindery Request. The films of Douglas Sirk : exquisite ironies and magnificent obsessions .
Ryan, Tom Film writer , author. Stahl: adaptations and remakes Out of the past Into the future: Sirk's legacy. The Films of Douglas Sirk: Exquisite Ironies and Magnificent Obsessions provides an overview of his entire career, including Sirk's work on musicals, comedies, thrillers, war movies, and westerns.
One of the great ironists of the cinema, Sirk believed rules were there to be broken. Whether defying the decrees of Nazi authorities trying to turn film into propaganda or arguing with studios that insisted characters' problems should always be solved and that endings should always restore order, what the director called "emergency exits" for audiences, Sirk always fought for his vision.
Offering fresh insights into all of the director's films and situating them in the culture of their times, critic Tom Ryan also incorporates extensive interview material drawn from a variety of sources, including his own conversations with the director. Furthermore, his enlightening study undertakes a detailed reconsideration of the generally overlooked novels and plays that served as sources for Sirk's films, as well as providing a critical survey of previous Sirk commentary, from the time of the director's "rediscovery" in the late s up to the present day" -- Provided by publisher.
S57 R93 Unavailable On order Request. Financial literacy and financial education : theory and survey . S95 Unknown. Flotsam . Ziervogel, Meike, author. Cromer [Norfolk] : Salt Publishing, The mudflats that surround them disappear and reappear with the North Sea tides. The family leads a lonely existence, but each person has adapted in their own way. Anna roams the beaches collecting flotsam and jetsam to make art, while Trine loves playing on a wartime shipwreck. That is, until she loses her brother. In her taut style, Meike Ziervogel tells a coming-of-age story from s Germany - a place still haunted by war.
A place where people pretend not to notice the ghosts. I38 F56 Unavailable In transit Request. Forbidden Films . Zeitgeist Films, Description Video — 1 online resource streaming video file 94 minutes : digital,. According to experts, some of these were blatant Nazi propaganda. Nearly seventy years after the end of the Nazi regime, more than 40 of these films remain under lock and key.
Director Felix Moeller interviews German film historians, archivists and film-goers in an investigation of the power and potential danger of cinema when used for ideological purposes. Utilizing clips from the films and recorded discussions from public screenings permitted in Germany in educational contexts in Munich, Berlin, Paris and Jerusalem, Moeller shows how contentious these year-old films remain, and how propaganda can retain its punch when presented to audiences susceptible to manipulation.
K36 Unknown At bindery. Four fools in the age of reason : laughter, cruelty, and power in early modern Germany . Outram, Dorinda, author. Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, Description Book — x, pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. Summary Introduction : numerus stultorum infinitus est Jacob Paul Gundling : the honor of historians and fools Salomon Jacob Morgenstern : newspapers, professors, and playing the fool Joseph Frohlich : of owls and other animals Peter Prosch : the last court fool Two deaths : the Hanswurst and the fool Conclusion : the end of the journey.
Unveiling the nearly lost world of the court fools of eighteenth-century Germany, Dorinda Outram shows that laughter was an essential instrument of power. Whether jovial or cruel, mirth altered social and political relations. Outram takes us first to the court of Frederick William I of Prussia, who emerges not only as an administrative reformer and notorious militarist but also as a ""master of fools, "" a ruler who used fools to prop up his uncertain power. The autobiography of the itinerant fool Peter Prosch affords a rare insider's view of the small courts in Catholic south Germany, Austria, and Bavaria.
Facts About Germany. Archaeological Finds from Germany praehistory. With the amazing landscapes of its national parks and nature reserves, wide expanses of b Facts About Germany Full description. Geburtstag mit einer rauschenden Party in Sankt Petersburg. Dennis, S. Charles F. Nun war ein peinliches diplomatisches Patt entstanden.
Der bisher entstandene politische Schaden ist bereits signifikant. So erfolgreich ist die Kampagne, dass sie bereits einige ihrer strategischen Ziele sichern konnte. Die Problematik muss hierbei in ihrem historischen Kontext gesehen werden. Die Fiktion kann genauso gut sein sei n wie die Fakten; wichtig ist nur der einleuchtende Bezug zur Vergangenheit. Vielleicht zieht er in Betracht, das Gebiet zu annektieren; vielleicht auch nicht. Es gibt eine Flagge und sogar eine eigene Nachrichtenagentur auf Englisch und Russisch. Es gibt mehrere Twitter Feeds. Als Witte von Nikolaus II. Erst [??
Nachdem im Verlauf von nur vier Jahren vermeintliche Gegner zu Partnern geworden waren, war dies eine bemerkenswerte Vereinbarung. An dieser Stelle des Narrativs ist die Historie nicht mehr nur ein Leitmotiv. Doch nach Ansicht der heutigen Regierung im Kreml gab es die Wiedervereinigung nicht gratis. Ihr Preis war ein Versprechen, und dieses Versprechen wurde gebrochen.
Jahrestag des Falls der Berliner Mauer. Aber was haben wir bekommen? Wie fragil unsere Sicherheit ist, hat der Konflikt mit Georgien gezeigt.
Gorbatschow selbst hatte die offizielle Stellungnahme aus dem de m Jahr schon vorher pflichtschuldigst einstudiert. April Februar und eines zwischen dem westdeutschen Kanzler Helmut Kohl und Gorbatschow am folgenden Tag. Dies wurde all die Jahre eingehalten. Oktober Ganz besonders ist ihm daran gelegen, sie in Deutschland zu verbreiten. Nun haben wir das Recht zu fragen: Gegen wen richtet sich diese Erweiterung?
Und was ist aus jenen Versicherungen geworden, die uns die westlichen Partner nach dem Zerfall des Warschauer Vertrages gegeben gege ben haben? An sie erinnert man sich nicht einmal mehr. Doch ich erlaube mir, vor diesem Auditorium daran zu erinnern, was gesagt wurde. Aber was habe ich da gesagt? Viele deutsche Politiker haben auch davor gewarnt, zum Beispiel Egon Bahr.
Er besteht darin, bestimmte Aktionen zu legitimieren. Was dagegen Deutschland betrifft, wurden diese juristisch fixiert und werden ei ngehalten. Mit dem Begriff kann sowohl jemand gemeint sein, der Russland versteht als auch jemand, der alles rechtfertigt, was die Russen tun. Mai 12 man es beurteilen kann? Fakten werden zu einer Frage der Interpretation, nach der Devise: Alles ist gelogen, alles ist gleich wahr.
Russland-Romantiker tummeln sich neben Realpolitikern, Sowjetnostalgikern oder Salonlinken. Ist Deutschland ein Land von Russland-Verstehern? Da sollte man nichts verwischen. Das bilaterale Handelsvolumen 31 betrug 67,7 Milliarden Euro. Juni Jahrhunderts zu sehen. Er liegt darin, dass politische oder wirtschaftliche Interessen untrennbar mit der Partei verbunden sind.
Mehrere wichtige Konferenzen hat die Firma schon ausgerichtet, darunter den Unternehmerkongress Deutschland-Russland Im Jahr organisierte das Unternehmen den Jahreskongress.