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Karl-Eduard von Schnitzler
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Karl-Eduard von Schnitzler (April 28, 1918 September 20, 2001) was an East German journalist, propagandist, and host of the television show Der schwarze Kanal (German: The Black Channel) from March 21, 1960 to October 30, 1989. Schnitzler was born in Berlin the son of German vice consul Julius Eduard von Schnitzler, scion of a Cologne banking dynasty, who had been ennobled by the state of Prussia in 1913. Karl-Eduard attended a boarding school at Bad Godesberg and joined the Sozialistische Arbeiter-Jugend youth organisation of the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1932. After receiving his final exam in 1937 he began studying medicine at the University of Freiburg but later trained as a management assistant in Cologne. When World War II broke out in 1939, Schnitzler was drafted into the Wehrmacht, but was captured by British forces in 1944 following the Battle of Normandy. After his capture, Schnitzler began to work for the Ministry of Information and the German-language wing of the BBC.

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Siege of Breslau
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! On 25 July 1944, German dictator Adolf Hitler declared the city of Breslau to be a fortress (festung). He further indicated that Breslau was to be defended at all costs. Hitler named Karl Hanke to be the city's "Battle Commander" (Kampfkommandant). Hanke had been the Regional Party Leader (Gauleiter) of Silesia for the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) since 1941. On 19 January 1945, Hanke ordered the civilian inhabitants of the city to evacuate to the German heartland. Most of the civilians were evacuated to the Dresden area. The German Army (Wehrmacht Heer), aided by the Home Guard (Volkssturm) and slave labourers, then started to convert the city into a military fortress. Breslau needed to be capable of a lengthy defence against a long-term Soviet assault. A large area of the city centre was demolished and turned into an airfield. Late in January, a regiment of Hitler Youth (Hitler-Jugend) was sent to aid in the defense of Festung Breslau.

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Zwischen Wandern und Lesen
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The study uses reception theory as a framework to present the first conclusive analysis of reading practices in the German Youth Movement. By analyzing reviews in magazines of the movement it identifies central criteria of its literary criticism and presents different forms of functionalising literature - from travel preparations and communal readings to politics. Furthermore, it provides fundamental media-historical insight into the different publications of the Wandervogel movement and the Bündische Jugend.

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Karl-Eduard von Schnitzler
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Karl-Eduard von Schnitzler (April 28, 1918 September 20, 2001) was an East German journalist, propagandist, and host of the television show Der schwarze Kanal (German: The Black Channel) from March 21, 1960 to October 30, 1989. Schnitzler was born in Berlin the son of German vice consul Julius Eduard von Schnitzler, scion of a Cologne banking dynasty, who had been ennobled by the state of Prussia in 1913. Karl-Eduard attended a boarding school at Bad Godesberg and joined the Sozialistische Arbeiter-Jugend youth organisation of the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1932. After receiving his final exam in 1937 he began studying medicine at the University of Freiburg but later trained as a management assistant in Cologne. When World War II broke out in 1939, Schnitzler was drafted into the Wehrmacht, but was captured by British forces in 1944 following the Battle of Normandy. After his capture, Schnitzler began to work for the Ministry of Information and the German-language wing of the BBC.

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Siege of Breslau
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! On 25 July 1944, German dictator Adolf Hitler declared the city of Breslau to be a fortress (festung). He further indicated that Breslau was to be defended at all costs. Hitler named Karl Hanke to be the city's "Battle Commander" (Kampfkommandant). Hanke had been the Regional Party Leader (Gauleiter) of Silesia for the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) since 1941. On 19 January 1945, Hanke ordered the civilian inhabitants of the city to evacuate to the German heartland. Most of the civilians were evacuated to the Dresden area. The German Army (Wehrmacht Heer), aided by the Home Guard (Volkssturm) and slave labourers, then started to convert the city into a military fortress. Breslau needed to be capable of a lengthy defence against a long-term Soviet assault. A large area of the city centre was demolished and turned into an airfield. Late in January, a regiment of Hitler Youth (Hitler-Jugend) was sent to aid in the defense of Festung Breslau.

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ISBN Auslander Buch Children's Taschenbuch Engl...
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When Peter's parents are killed, he is sent to an orphanage in Warsaw. Then German soldiers take him away to be measured and assessed. They decide that Peter is racially valuable. He is Volksdeutscher: of German blood. With his blond hair, blue eyes, and acceptably proportioned head, he looks just like the boy on the Hitler-Jugend poster. Someone important will want to adopt Peter. They do.Professor Kaltenbach is very pleased to welcome such a fine Aryan specimen to his household. People will be envious. But Peter is not quite the specimen they think. He is forming his own ideas about what he is seeing, what he is told. Peter doesn't want to be a Nazi, and so he is going to take a very dangerous risk. The most dangerous risk he could possibly choose to take in Berlin in 1943.

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ISBN Auslander Buch Children's Taschenbuch Engl...
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When Peter's parents are killed, he is sent to an orphanage in Warsaw. Then German soldiers take him away to be measured and assessed. They decide that Peter is racially valuable. He is Volksdeutscher: of German blood. With his blond hair, blue eyes, and acceptably proportioned head, he looks just like the boy on the Hitler-Jugend poster. Someone important will want to adopt Peter. They do.Professor Kaltenbach is very pleased to welcome such a fine Aryan specimen to his household. People will be envious. But Peter is not quite the specimen they think. He is forming his own ideas about what he is seeing, what he is told. Peter doesn't want to be a Nazi, and so he is going to take a very dangerous risk. The most dangerous risk he could possibly choose to take in Berlin in 1943.

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Rudolf Wilke
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Wilke (1873 1908) was a German caricaturist and illustrator known for his work for the journal Simplicissimus, to which he was invited to contribute by Albert Langen. Before working for Simplicissimus, he had studied fine art at Munich and Paris and had set up a studio with Bruno Paul. He had also contributed regularly to Die Jugend before he was recruited by Langen. In 1904 Wilke traveled to Marseilles, Algiers, Tunis, Naples and Rome in company with fellow artists Eduard Thöny and Ludwig Thoma. In 1906 Wilke, along with Olaf Gulbransson, Thoma, and Thöny, persuaded Langen to convert Simplicissimus into a joint stock company, thereby giving more power to the staff to control the journal's direction.

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Rudolf Wilke
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Wilke (1873 1908) was a German caricaturist and illustrator known for his work for the journal Simplicissimus, to which he was invited to contribute by Albert Langen. Before working for Simplicissimus, he had studied fine art at Munich and Paris and had set up a studio with Bruno Paul. He had also contributed regularly to Die Jugend before he was recruited by Langen. In 1904 Wilke traveled to Marseilles, Algiers, Tunis, Naples and Rome in company with fellow artists Eduard Thöny and Ludwig Thoma. In 1906 Wilke, along with Olaf Gulbransson, Thoma, and Thöny, persuaded Langen to convert Simplicissimus into a joint stock company, thereby giving more power to the staff to control the journal's direction.

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