The war as germans

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  • In many quarters of the world, especially in certain sections of the British public, people believed that the German nation was led blindly into the World War by an unscrupulous military clique.

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  • Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-seventh President of the United States, was born in the city of New York, October 27, 1858. His ancestors on the paternal side were of an old Knickerbocker family, and on the maternal side of Scotch-Irish descent. He was educated at home under private tuition and prepared for matriculation into Harvard, where he was graduated in 1880. He spent the year of 1881 in study and travel. During the years 1882-1884 he was an assemblyman in the legislature of New York.

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  • Using information gleaned from German military records and archives, as well as from the unpublished diaries, notes and correspondence of the Reich’s top ministers, noted historian David Irving explores the strategies, objectives and execution of Hitler’s War from the breathtaking and often surprising perspective of Adolf Hitler

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  • World War II: Biographies presents the life stories of thirtyone individuals who played key roles in World War II. The many noteworthy individuals involved in the war could not all be profiled in a single-volume work. Stories were selected to give readers a wide perspective on the war and the people who played a part in it, including political and military leaders, enlisted men, and civilians. World War II: Biographies includes readily recognizable figures such as U.S. President Franklin D.

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  • This book deals with war between about 750 bc and ad 650. It concentrates on the classical cultures of Greece and Rome, although some of their enemies, peoples such as the Persians, Carthaginians, Germans, Huns, Arabs, and so on, get a look in. There are reasons beyond the author’s academic specialization for this focus. War was at the core of the classical cultures. Although, contrary to popular ideas, they were not always at war, and when they were they did not always seek open battle.

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  • World War II: Biographies presents the life stories of thirtyone individuals who played key roles in World War II. The many noteworthy individuals involved in the war could not all be profiled in a single-volume work. Stories were selected to give readers a wide perspective on the war and the people who played a part in it, including political and military leaders, enlisted men, and civilians. World War II: Biographies includes readily recognizable figures such as U.S. President Franklin D.

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  • I was at the White House on the 29th of June, 1914, when the newspapers reported the assassination of the Archduke and Archduchess of Austria. In August, when the first declarations of war were received, I was assigned by the United Press Associations to "cover" the belligerent embassies and I met daily the British, French, Belgian, Italian, German, Austro-Hungarian, Turkish and Japanese diplomats. When President Wilson went to New York, to Rome, Georgia, to Philadephia and other cities after the outbreak of the war, I accompanied him as one of the Washington correspondents.

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  • English is the reincarnation of a common language of the people like Angle, Saxon and Jute - often referred to as the Anglo-Saxon. Three people like this ethnic German, who lived in what is now northern Germany and the Netherlands, but some are king Vortigern invited to England in the mid 5th century to help him in the war against the indigenous Pict (now no longer).

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  • The Art of Public Speaking with appeals to the people, attributing the decline of the birth rate and increase in the death rate to the widespread use of alcoholic beverages. The experience of the German Government has been the same. The German Emperor has clearly stated that leadership in war and in peace will be held by the nation that roots out alcohol. He has undertaken to eliminate even the drinking of beer, so far as possible, from the German Army and Navy. −−RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON, Before the U.S. Congress. 4. Since the burden of proof lies on him who...

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  • Ten years have elapsed since the second German edition of the present book was published. During this period the external appear- ance of the currency and banking problems of the world has com- pletely altered. But closer examination reveals that the same fundamental issues are being contested now as then. Then, England was on the way to raising the gold-value of the pound once more to its pre-war level.

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  • Then again, morality begins at home. Just as the post-war German soldier was taught to obey inner fruehling, his own internal morality which must justify his disobeying manifestly illegal orders, any politician needs her own moral compass. Faced by the trap, the answer must be no. Shake the head, not the tempter’s hand. Nevertheless, power sharing inevitably involves trust, even in dangerous precincts. Dieter Gerhard, the spy in the Apartheid navy, 25 taught the present writer while in prison: “Trust your granny, after she is dead. Trust no-one else.

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  • The history of the application of probability concepts to electric power systems goes back to the 1930s.1"6 However, the beginning of the reliability field is generally regarded as World War II, when Germans applied basic reliability concept to improve reliability of their Vl and V2 rockets.

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  • For centuries these ethnic Germans lived abroad and were a relatively closed group of people. After the start of World War I the laws of liquidation were implemented. On the basis of these laws more than 200,000 German colonists were driven away. In 1922, after the October-revolution and civil war the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was founded. When the Nazi Party came into power in Germany the situation of the Germans in the USSR worsened. Seen as an internal enemy, Stalin restricted their rights.

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