Finale Berlin Translated by David Porter

Finale Berlin     Translated by David Porter Author Heinz REIN
ISBN-10 OCLC:504800537
Release 1952
Pages 288
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Final Sale in Berlin

Final Sale in Berlin Author Christoph Kreutzmuller
ISBN-10 9781782388128
Release 2015-08-15
Pages 380
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Before the Nazis took power, Jewish businesspeople in Berlin thrived alongside their non-Jewish neighbors. But Nazi racism changed that, gradually destroying Jewish businesses before murdering the Jews themselves. Reconstructing the fate of more than 8,000 companies, this book offers the first comprehensive analysis of Jewish economic activity and its obliteration. Rather than just examining the steps taken by the persecutors, it also tells the stories of Jewish strategies in countering the effects of persecution. In doing so, this book exposes a fascinating paradox where Berlin, serving as the administrative heart of the Third Reich, was also the site of a dense network for Jewish self-help and assertion.



Berlin Sonata Book 3 Finale

Berlin Sonata   Book 3  Finale Author Josie Brown
ISBN-10 1942052820
Release 2018-06-29
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In 1934, as Hitler readies Germany for world domination, Paul Wild, American diplomat sent to Berlin as the attaché to the US Ambassador to Germany, has a secret mission: rescue Jewish physicist Jakob Fried, a colleague of Albert Einstein's from the Dachau concentration camp before the Nazis kill him or realize he has discovered the process for nuclear fission: that first, integral step in the race to build an atomic bomb. To do so, Paul teams up with his long-lost love?Jakob's daughter, Rachel'who, as part of the Jewish resistance movement, is now married to a rising star of the SS. Hitler's paramilitary protection squad.



Berlin 1945

Berlin 1945 Author Karl Bahm
ISBN-10 9781907446887
Release 2014-03-06
Pages 192
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In April 1945, the final dramatic act of World War II in Europe was played out in Germanys capital city. Berlin 1945: The Final Reckoning is a comprehensive history of the last battle of Nazi Germany, which would see the virtual destruction of a city, and the eventual suicide of Adolf Hitler. Berlin 1945: The Final Reckoning begins with a study of the background to the battle and a description of events on the Eastern and Western Fronts before the Soviet forces reached Berlin. The city’s strategic importance to the German war effort and morale is considered, along with factors that caused the Western Allies to halt their advance on the Elbe rather than race the Soviet troops to the Reichstag. The German forces available for Berlin’s defence and their actual defensive preparations (or lack of them) are covered in depth, as is the devastating destruction caused by the ceaseless Allied bombing and remorseless shelling by the Soviet forces. The book describes in words and graphic pictures how, in a city reduced to rubble, a bitter hand-to-hand struggle developed between fanatical Nazis, SS troopers, old men and young boys of the Hitler Youth and the hard-bitten Soviet front-line troops bent on revenge. The suffering of the soldiers and civilians are revealed in full detail, with personal accounts from those involved in the battle. The book also describes the events in the bunker behind the Reichschancellery, where Hitler spent his last months. Finally the reader learns how German commanders disobey the Fuhrer’s orders to fight to the last man, and the fate of the city was sealed. The final chapter discusses the full implications of the battle for the Germans and Soviets, and briefly describes the search for Hitler’s body. Berlin 1945: The Final Reckoning is a brilliant, superbly illustrated account of the battle that ended the Nazi dream of a 100-year Reich.



Irving Berlin s American Musical Theater

Irving Berlin s American Musical Theater Author Jeffrey Magee
ISBN-10 9780199911639
Release 2012-04-06
Pages 408
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From patriotic "God Bless America" to wistful "White Christmas," Irving Berlin's songs have long accompanied Americans as they fall in love, go to war, and come home for the holidays. Irving Berlin's American Musical Theater is the first book to fully consider this songwriter's immeasurable influence on the American stage. Award-winning music historian Jeffrey Magee chronicles Berlin's legendary theatrical career, providing a rich background to some of the great composer's most enduring songs, from "There's No Business Like Show Business" to "Puttin' on the Ritz." Magee shows how Berlin's early experience singing for pennies made an impression on the young man, who kept hold of that sensibility throughout his career and transformed it into one of the defining attributes of Broadway shows. Magee also looks at darker aspects of Berlin's life, examining the anti-Semitism that Berlin faced and his struggle with depression. Informative, provocative, and full of colorful details, this book will delight song and theater aficionados alike as well as anyone interested in the story of a man whose life and work expressed so well the American dream.



Finale Berlin

Finale Berlin Author Heinz Rein
ISBN-10 3895614831
Release 2015-01-13
Pages 758
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City of Berlin intensive architectural historical survey

City of Berlin intensive architectural historical survey Author East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
ISBN-10 WISC:89065918104
Release 1993
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Bagration to Berlin

Bagration to Berlin Author Christer Bergström
ISBN-10 1903223911
Release 2008
Pages 144
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Describes how the German Army Group centre developed a 'master of defence' strategy, which inflicted atrocious losses on the Red Army's attack formations in 1942 and 1943. Explores the German defensive operations around the River Dnepr and Sea of Azov in September 1943, as well as the subsequent German retreat and the air bridge operation to Cherkassy in early 1944. Examines the major Soviet offensive in mid 1944, the fall of Romania and the autumn battles in Poland, Courland and on the Vistula, ending with the major Soviet winter offensive of early 1945 against the Neisse and Oder rivers and last-ditch battles over Berlin itself.



Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan for the City of Berlin

Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan for the City of Berlin Author
ISBN-10 WISC:89119350148
Release 1976
Pages 21
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Berlin under the New Empire

Berlin under the New Empire Author Henry Vizetelly
ISBN-10 9781108064897
Release 2013-09-05
Pages 486
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Originally published in 1879, this highly illustrated two-volume work offers a detailed portrait of the new German Empire's capital city.



Nazi Europe and the Final Solution

Nazi Europe and the Final Solution Author David Bankier
ISBN-10 1845454103
Release 2009
Pages 572
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It was in Europe that the Cold War reached a decisive turning point in the 1960s, leading to the era of détente. The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), with its Final Act in Helsinki in August 1975, led to a rapprochement between East and West in the fields of security, economy and culture. This volume offers a pilot study in what the authors perceive as the key issues within this process: an understanding over the ‘German problem’ (balancing the recognition of the post-war territorial status quo against a formula for the eventuality of a peaceful change of frontiers) and the Western strategy of transformation through a multiplication of contacts between the two blocs. Both of these arguments emerged from the findings of an international research project on ‘Détente and CSCE in Europe, 1966-1975’, funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung and headed by the two editors.



The War Aims and Strategies of Adolf Hitler

The War Aims and Strategies of Adolf Hitler Author Oscar Pinkus
ISBN-10 9780786420544
Release 2005-06-15
Pages 545
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"This book examines the different nature of the war on the Eastern and Western fronts; the disparate treatment afforded the two groups of POWs and civilians; and Hitler's scorched-earth policy, adopted after his primary objective proved beyond his grasp"-



Kennedy in Berlin

Kennedy in Berlin Author Andreas W. Daum
ISBN-10 9780521858243
Release 2008
Pages 294
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Kennedy in Berlin examines one of the most spectacular political events of the twentieth century. It tells the story of the enthusiastically celebrated visit that US president John F. Kennedy paid to Berlin, the 'frontline city of the Cold War,' in June 1963. The president's tour resonated around the world, not least on account of Kennedy's famous declaration – 'Ich bin ein Berliner.' Andreas W. Daum sets Kennedy's visit against the background of the special relationship that had developed between the United States and West Berlin in the wake of World War II, and Kennedy in Berlin is an innovative contribution to the study of transatlantic relations, the Cold War, and the conduct of diplomacy in the age of mass media. Using a broad range of sources, this book sheds new light on the interplay between politics and culture in the modern era.



Finale Pr fungstraining

Finale Pr  fungstraining Author
ISBN-10 3141280509
Release 2007
Pages 112
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Final i Berlin

Final i Berlin Author Herje Granberg
ISBN-10 WISC:89095839783
Release 1945
Pages 275
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The Fall of the Berlin Wall

The Fall of the Berlin Wall Author New York Times
ISBN-10 9781625398796
Release 2012-11-14
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This e-single recounts the fall of the Berlin Wall through a selection of New York Times news coverage. Construction of the Berlin Wall began in 1961 with the purpose of sealing off West Berlin to prevent East German defection. It stood as a symbol of Communist repression and of the Cold War for almost three decades. The dramatic and celebratory circumstances surrounding the opening of its gates in 1989 were fueled by the reforms of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.?



Property Tenancy and Urban Growth in Stockholm and Berlin 1860 1920

Property  Tenancy and Urban Growth in Stockholm and Berlin  1860 1920 Author Håkan Forsell
ISBN-10 0754655075
Release 2006
Pages 303
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Exploring the social and political meanings attributed to property - specifically home ownership - this study looks at how these changed during the course of the modern city building process between 1860 and 1920. Focussing on two northern European capital cities, Berlin and Stockholm, the study contributes to the understanding of various factors that shaped the dynamic urban growth that characterized this period.