Copernicus work found among burned books Ten years after the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar - one of Germany's most significant cultural landmarks - went up in flames, an invaluable work by Copernicus was discovered among the most severely Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago
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THE fire at the Duchess Anna Amalia library, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Weimar, was supposedly caused by an electrical fault. Some 50,000 books were reduced to ashes, including works by Germany's most famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, ...Brunei Times, 3 days ago A brief history of Germanys unification. Politics.ie, 5 days ago Rare Copernicus book restored after blaze Malay Mail, 1 week ago Historic German library restores rare Copernicus book after blaze Yahoo! News, 1 week ago
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An exhibition in Haifa focuses on the works of women photographers from Weimar Germany and Palestine, and on the changing image of women in the 1930s 40s. The exhibition New Ideals: The Image of the New Woman in Photography is based in large part on ...Haaretz, 2 weeks ago
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SHIA LABEOUF WAS arrested last night during a Broadway performance of the classic Weimar-Germany musical Cabaret. The actor had to be escorted from the Studio 54 theatre during the show's interval for being disorderly and causing a disruption, the ...TheJournal.ie, 2 months ago
Thuringia in eastern Germany is proud of its historical associations. Martin Luther, father of the Reformation that split 16th century Europe into religious schisms, went to school in the state, where Johann Sebastian Bach was born and Johann ...Bloomberg, 1 day ago
Editor's note: Professor Jörn Leonhard, of the University of Freiburg, is author of: "Die Büchse der Pandora. Geschichte des Ersten Weltkriegs." The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. (CNN) -- When the last ...CNN, 3 weeks ago Does Germany suffer WW1 guilt? CNN, 3 weeks ago 'Guilt' still dominates WWI discussion in Germany CNN, 4 weeks ago Why guilt plagues WWI debate CNN, 4 weeks ago
On July 20th this year, President Joachim Gauck of Germany led the country's political elite in commemorating the 70th anniversary of the best-known assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, in 1944. The plot's leader, Colonel Claus Schenk von ...MSNBC Newsweek, 2 weeks ago German politicians, media seek to criminalize opponents of war World Socialist Web Site, 1 month ago
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T The Bearable Lightness of Being How Germans Are Learning to Like Themselves [Yerepouni Daily News (Armenia) (Yerepouni Daily News (Armenia) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) By SPIEGEL Staff Germans discovered a new lightness of being in the run-up to ...TMC Net, 1 month ago
The city of Magdeburg, one and a half hours west of Berlin, isn't the sort of place that features in international cool city rankings. Still, each year a steady stream of highly qualified young North Americans, Scandinavians, Dutch, Italians, ...MSNBC Newsweek, 1 month ago
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