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REICHSTAG FIRE
EAST GERMANY
FOUR YEAR PLAN
FRANKFURT PARLIAMENT
GERMAN EMPIRE
GERMAN CONFEDERATION
WEHRMACHT
WEST GERMANY
ADALBERT OF PRUSSIA
ALAMANNIA
ALFRED PLOETZ
ALSACE-LORRAINE
ALTREICH
ANSCHLUSS
ANTI-GERMANISM
ARCHAEOLOGY
ARENBERG
ARMENIAN QUOTE
ASCANIAN
AUFERSTANDEN AUS RUINEN
BASIC TREATY
BAVARIA
BEER HALL PUTSCH
BERLIN
BILZINGSLEBEN
BISHOPS
BLACK COMPANY
BOG BODY
BONIFACE
BRANDENBURG-PRUSSIA
BROMMY
CISRHENIAN REPUBLIC
COLONIES
COMECON
CONFEDERATION OF THE RHINE
CONGRESS OF GNIEZNO
CROWN OF WILHELM II
DALBERG
DANUBE SWABIANS
DAS LIED DER DEUTSCHEN
DRANG NACH OSTEN
DUCHY OF CLEVES
DUCHY CLEVES
DUKES OF SWABIA
EAST FRANCIA
EDICT OF RESTITUTION
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Reichstag Fire

  1. The Reichstag Fire was a pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi Germany.
  2. The Reichstag fire is an extremely pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi Germany. (Web site)
  3. The Reichstag fire was clearly well planned and speedily done. (Web site)
  4. The Reichstag Fire: the funeral pyre of German democracy.

East Germany

  1. East Germany is a historical article, while the current republic is what was limited to West Germany.
  2. East Germany was a major trading nation within the Soviet bloc.
  3. East Germany was a member of the Warsaw Pact and a close ally of the Soviet Union.
  4. East Germany is a region that has known only occupation and oppression and following the Fall of The Berlin Wall nothing changed.
  5. East Germany is a state artificially and arbitrarily carved from the remnants of the Third Reich. (Web site)

Four Year Plan

  1. The Four Year Plan was a program put forth by the Nazi Party in order to prepare Germany for war.
  2. The Four Year Plan was a series economic reforms created by the Nazi Party. (Web site)
  3. The Four Year Plan was a series of economic reforms created by the Nazi Party.

Frankfurt Parliament

  1. Frankfurt Parliament is the name of the German National Assembly founded during the Revolutions of 1848 that tried to unite Germany in a democratic way.
  2. The Frankfurt Parliament is the name of the German National Assembly founded during the Revolutions of 1848 that tried to unite Germany in a democratic way.
  3. The Frankfurt Parliament was born to draft a constitution for all of Germany.
  4. The Frankfurt Parliament was established to draw up a constitution for the unification.
  5. The Frankfurt Parliament was forced to dissolve in 1849, and Frederick William issued Prussia's first constitution by his own authority in 1850. (Web site)

German Empire

  1. The German Empire was organized under the leadership of Prussia. (Web site)
  2. The German Empire was actually expanded eastwards into Poland, the Baltic states and the Soviet Union.
  3. The German Empire was followed by a prolonged period of conservative and even authoritarian government.
  4. The German Empire was founded, with 25 states, three of which were Hanseatic cities.
  5. The German Empire was founded, with 25 states, three of which were Hanseatic free cities, and Bismarck, again, served as Chancellor.

German Confederation

  1. German Confederation: a huge section for a sort period of German history - which in any case was just an intermezzo between the HRE and the German Empire.
  2. The German Confederation was created, with all 39 German states being members. (Web site)
  3. The German Confederation was dissolved as part of the war. (Web site)
  4. The German Confederation was dissolved, and Prussia cajoled 21 of the states north of the Main River into forming the North German Confederation. (Web site)
  5. The German Confederation was dissolved, and Prussia cajoled the 21 states north of the Main River into forming the North German Confederation.

Wehrmacht

  1. Wehrmacht: The combined armed forces of Germany from 1935-1945. (Web site)
  2. The Wehrmacht was made up of three branches: the army, the navy, and the air force. (Web site)
  3. The Wehrmacht was used as a tool of state policy in the Second World War, for both military and political aims.
  4. Wehrmacht was the name of the unified armed forces of Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1945.
  5. The Wehrmacht was found to be complicit in the Holocaust, most notably the Waffen-SS and Heer. (Web site)

West Germany

  1. West Germany is a very short period.
  2. West Germany was a co-founder of the European Union and the reunified Germany continues as a leading member. (Web site)
  3. West Germany was a democratic country while East Germany became a Communist State under influence of the Soviet Union.
  4. West Germany was admitted to the United Nations in 1973, after having held permanent observer status since 1953. (Web site)
  5. West Germany was declared "fully sovereign" 5.

Adalbert of Prussia

  1. One of the first to work for the development of a Prussian Navy was Prince Adalbert of Prussia.
  2. After the department---s head, Prince Adalbert of Prussia, was removed from this position by the King of Prussia, Brommy took over the office.
  3. Prince Adalbert of Prussia presides at groundbreaking ceremonies for construction of the Morogoro railway.

Alamannia

  1. Alamannia was Christianised early, but not as thoroughly as either Francia to its west or Bavaria to its east. (Web site)
  2. Alamannia was the territory inhabited by the Alamanni after their break through of the Roman Limes in 213.
  3. Alamannia was the territory inhabited by the Alamanni after their break through the Roman Limes in 213. (Web site)

Alfred Ploetz

  1. Alfred Ploetz is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. Alfred Ploetz was born in Swinem--nde, Germany (now --winouj--cie, Poland) and grew up in Breslau (now Wroc--aw). (Web site)
  3. Alfred Ploetz was born in Swinem--nde, Germany (now --winouj--cie, Poland) grew up and attended school in Breslau (now Wroc--aw). (Web site)

Alsace-Lorraine

  1. Alsace-Lorraine is a Germany province, west of the Rhine River .
  2. Alsace-Lorraine is a borderland between Germany and France; the inhabitants are both French and German, and in some ways neither.
  3. Alsace-Lorraine is a region in northeastern France on the French-German border.
  4. Alsace-Lorraine was often a prize in wars between France and Germany.
  5. Alsace-Lorraine was regained by France in 1919, then again annexed by Germany from 1940 to 1944, when it was liberated by the Allies.

Altreich

  1. Post a question or answer questions about "Altreich" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  2. Not the Altreich thing, because even if the chamber was operated outside the Altreich by Nazis you'd have a problem with that.

Anschluss

  1. Anschluss is a German word for union, and was an slogan in the battle to unite Germany and Austria.
  2. Anschluss: the annexation of Austria.
  3. The Anschluss was accepted by 99% of Austrians, the article claims.
  4. The Anschluss was given immediate effect by legislative act on 13 March, subject to ratification by a plebiscite.
  5. The Anschluss was the 1938 annexation of Austria into Germany.

Anti-Germanism

  1. Less prevalent among girls, anti-Germanism is a Boys' Own racism, a macho relishing of aggression. (Web site)
  2. Shifts like this make British popular culture's dogged adherence to a crude anti-Germanism seem all the more anachronistic. (Web site)

Archaeology

  1. Archaeology is a large part of how the history of Germany has been compiled. (Web site)
  2. Archaeology is an approach to understanding human culture through its material remains regardless of chronology. (Web site)
  3. Archaeology is the scientific reconstruction and understanding of prehistoric and historic human behavior from the evidence of material remains. (Web site)
  4. Archaeology is the study of human culture through material remains from humans in the past. (Web site)

Arenberg

  1. The Arenberg is a good arthouse cinema with a well-programmed selection of films. (Web site)

Armenian Quote

  1. Armenian quote is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Ascanian

  1. After the extinction of the Ascanian Brandenburg line several other ruling houses were invested with the administration of Pomerania by the empire.
  2. In 1231 Emperor Frederick II again invested the Ascanian Brandenburg margraves with the duchy of Pomerania. (Web site)
  3. The Billung territory becomes part of the Welf and Ascanian countries. (Web site)

Auferstanden Aus Ruinen

  1. The GDR adopted its own national anthem, Auferstanden aus Ruinen, which was written to fit the same melody, but later got its own.
  2. Auferstanden aus Ruinen und der Zukunft zugewandt, lasst uns Dir zum Guten dienen, Deutschland, einig Vaterland.
  3. Auferstanden aus Ruinen und der Zukunft zugewandt, la- uns Dir zum Guten dienen, Deutschland, einig Vaterland.

Basic Treaty

  1. To many conservatives, the Basic Treaty represented the failure of the Hallstein Doctrine and a final blow to the possibility of Germany's reunification. (Web site)
  2. Talks began in August 1972 and culminated in December 1972 with the signing of the Basic Treaty. (Web site)
  3. In the early 1970s, however, diplomatic relations between the two states were regularized by the Basic Treaty, signed in 1972. (Web site)

Bavaria

  1. Bavaria is a country of high plateaus and medium-sized mountains. (Web site)
  2. Bavaria is what many non-Germans probably have in mind when they think about Germany.
  3. Bavaria was reunited by Duke Albert IV, who introduced succession by primogeniture. (Web site)
  4. Bavaria was transferred from Henry II Jasomirgott, margrave of Austria, who became duke of Austria in compensation, to Henry the Lion, duke of Saxony. (Web site)

Beer Hall Putsch

  1. The Beer Hall Putsch was a failed Nazi coup d'--tat which occurred in the evening of Thursday, November 8 to the early afternoon of Friday, November 9, 1923. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. Berlin is a center for national and international immigration since the Edict of Potsdam in 1685. (Web site)
  2. Berlin is a city of contrasts and contradictions, full of excitement and forever evolving. (Web site)
  3. Berlin is a good city to explore on foot.
  4. Berlin is a major center in European politics, culture, media, and science.[7][8][9] It serves as a continental hub for air and rail transport.
  5. Berlin is a major cultural center, home to numerous symphony orchestras, opera companies, repertory theaters, and museums. (Web site)

Bilzingsleben

  1. Bilzingsleben is a findspot of early palaeolithic human remains in Thuringia , Germany .

Bishops

  1. Bishops were commanded to appoint a priest and laymen to ferret out heretics--- inquirant haereticos--- in houses and rooms. (Web site)
  2. Bishops were deprived of the right to sit in judgment on heresy. (Web site)
  3. Bishops were elected by the chapters, and consecrated by the archbishops of Gnesen as metropolitans. (Web site)
  4. The bishops were strictly forbidden to entertain relations of any kind with Rome. (Web site)

Black Company

  1. The Black Company are a mercenary company in a morally ambiguous fantasy world.
  2. The Black Company is a mercenary company whose history goes back some 500 years.
  3. The Black Company is an easy to identify with group for anyone with a career in law enforcement, the armed forces or health care. (Web site)
  4. The Black Company was gathered in its usual place near the stern, singing its favorite battle song. (Web site)

Bog Body

  1. A bog body is a preserved human body found in a Sphagnum bog.
  2. A bog body is a preserved human body found in a peat bog.
  3. A bog body is a really interesting phenomenon--which started to crop up when they began to farm peat bogs. (Web site)

Boniface

  1. BONIFACE was born at Crediton in Devon in 675 and baptized with the name Winfrith.
  2. Boniface is a Gothic building with a lofty tower in the north-west corner.
  3. Boniface is a heretic. (Web site)
  4. Boniface is known as the Apostle of Germany. (Web site)
  5. Boniface was a man of action, but he was also sensitive to the feelings of those with whom he came in contact. (Web site)

Brandenburg-Prussia

  1. Brandenburg-Prussia was consolidated and expanded, and Polish sovereignty thrown off, by Frederick William the ‘Great Elector’ (1620–88).
  2. Brandenburg-Prussia was ripe to express itself in Baroque terms as well.
  3. Brandenburg-Prussia was succeeded by the Kingdom of Prussia in 1701 and the state was absorbed by the newly founded German Empire in 1871.

Brommy

  1. On March 31, 1853, Brommy signed the dissolution order.
  2. In 1829, during the turmoils of the third Greek civil war, Miaoulis and Brommy supported the bourgeois camp.
  3. Brommy took part in several actions in Chile's War of Independence against the Spanish.

Cisrhenian Republic

  1. The Cisrhenian Republic was a French client republic created on 28 August 1797 on the western bank of the Rhine river, under French domination. (Web site)
  2. The Cisrhenian Republic was a French client republic created on August 28, 1797 on the western bank of the Rhine river, under French influence.

Colonies

  1. The colonies were as a unit in their support of Massachusetts. (Web site)

Comecon

  1. ComEcon is a co-operative company formed twelve years ago with the aim to support and advance social enterprises in Tyneside and beyond.
  2. Comecon is a Swedish death metal project founded in 1989 .
  3. Comecon was at first a side project for Pelle and me, to do the hard music we liked, without the bickering. (Web site)
  4. Comecon was disbaned in 1991. (Web site)
  5. Comecon was formally disbanded in June 1991.

Confederation of The Rhine

  1. The Confederation of the Rhine was an outgrowth of the Napoleonic Wars. (Web site)
  2. The Confederation of the Rhine was dissolved.

Congress of Gniezno

  1. Congress of Gniezno is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Crown of Wilhelm Ii

  1. The Crown of Wilhelm II, in his role as King of Prussia, is in the Schloss Hohenzollern in Germany.
  2. The Crown of Wilhelm II, also known as the Hohenzollern Crown, is the 1888 crown made for Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in his role as King of Prussia.

Dalberg

  1. Dalberg is a Psychotherapist in private practice in Denver, Colorado.

Danube Swabians

  1. Danube Swabians are now scattered over four continents and have become good citizens of at least a dozen countries including the United States of America. (Web site)

Das Lied Der Deutschen

  1. Das Lied der Deutschen is the national anthem of Germany, with words written by August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1841. (Web site)

Drang Nach Osten

  1. Drang Nach Osten was immediately accepted by military history enthusiasts and gamers.
  2. Drang nach Osten was the term that described the basic movement east towards Eastern Europe by the Germans, conquering and settling lands. (Web site)

Duchy of Cleves

  1. However, large parts of the Duchy of Cleves were occupied by the United Provinces until 1672.
  2. Cromwell saw considerable advantage to England in an alliance with the German duchy of Cleves. (Web site)
  3. Disrupted succession to the duchy of Cleves.

Duchy Cleves

  1. The duchy Cleves was united with the duchy Mark from 1368, until it became extinct in 1609.
  2. The duchy Cleves was united with the duchy Mark from 1368, then united with the neighboring duchies of Julich and Berg in 1521.

Dukes of Swabia

  1. From 915, Alamannia was ruled by the dukes of Swabia, and the duchy was known equivalently as Svebia or Alamannia.
  2. See also Dukes of Swabia family tree List of monarchs of Naples and Sicily. (Web site)
  3. The Hohenstaufen were a dynasty of Kings of Germany, many of whom were also crowned Holy Roman Emperor and Dukes of Swabia.

East Francia

  1. East Francia was itself divided into three parts at the death of Louis the German (875). (Web site)
  2. East Francia was itself divided up into a number of independent and semi-independent fiefdoms.
  3. East Francia was the land of Louis the German after the Treaty of Verdun of 843, which divided the Carolingian Empire of the Franks. (Web site)
  4. East Francia was the land of Louis the German.

Edict of Restitution

  1. The "Edict of Restitution" was an attempt to ensure that the "Ecclesiastical Reservation" was enforced.
  2. The Edict of Restitution was Ferdinand-s attempt to restore the religious and territorial settlement after the Peace of Augsburg (1555).
  3. The Edict of Restitution was finally laid in its grave. (Web site)

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