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Old 06-06-2014, 01:10 AM   #61
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HITLER'S BRITISH GIRL (1/5) - UTube..Hitler's British Girl is a Channel 4 documentary film about British Nazi sympathizer Unity Mitford and her relationship with Adolf Hitler. The film made by following an investigation by journalist Martin Bright that revealed that she might have secretly given birth to Hitler's lovechildren..Diana Mitford, Lady Mosley , was one of Britain's noted Mitford sisters. She was married first to Bryan Walter Guinness, heir to the barony of Moyne, and secondly to Sir Oswald Mosley, 6th Baronet, of Ancoats, leader of the British Union of Fascists; her second marriage, in 1936, took place at the home of Joseph Goebbels, with Adolf Hitler as guest of honour. Subsequently her involvement with right-wing political causes resulted in 3 years' internment during the Second World War. She later moved to Paris and enjoyed some success as a writer..



In the 1950s she contributed diaries to Tatler and edited the magazine, The European. In 1977 she published her autobiography, A Life of Contrasts and two more biographies in the 1980s. She was also a regular book reviewer for Books & Bookmen and later at The Evening Standard in the 1990s. She caused controversy when she appeared on Desert Island Discs in 1989. Family friend, James Lees-Milne wrote of her beauty.."She was the nearest thing to Botticelli's Venus that I have ever seen"...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=171His ignorance was as remarkable as his knowledge. Of contemporary literature, philosophy and politics he appeared to know nothing. Upon my quoting Thomas Carlyle, he inquired in the naivest way who he might be and what he had done. My surprise reached a climax, however, when I found incidentally that he was ignorant of the Copernican Theory and of the composition of the Solar System. That any civilized being in this nineteenth century should not be aware that the earth traveled round the sun appeared to me to be such an extraordinary fact that I could hardly realize it... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=601
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:32 AM   #62
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Margery Booth born in Wigan in 1905, died 1952 was a World War II spy who met Adolf Hitler and sang at a British prisoner of war camp..Margery began her career in Covent Garden London in 1936, but marriage took her to Germany, and fame with the Berlin State Opera before the outbreak of World War II. The Germans mistakenly trusted her and sent her to Freigegeben Stalag IIID, a camp for potential recruits to the British Free Corps where she worked with British agent and prisoner John Brown to obtain details of traitors.On one occasion she sang before Hitler just after a British officer had hidden secret documents in her dress.. Hitler sent her red roses wrapped in a swastika. After the war, information she provided was used to convict both Lord Haw Haw and John Amery, both of whom were hanged for treason..Margery was born in Hodges Street,Wigan, Lancs, in 1905, daughter of Levi and Ada Booth... The family moved to Southport later, but she kept her links to Wigan, making her professional debut there at the Queen's Hall, on October 4, 1935. She trained in Bolton with R. Evans, Knightsbride with Eileen D'Orme and then the Guildhall School of Music, winning the Merscer'Scholarship in 1925, then the Opera Scholorship and Liza Lehmann Prize.Marriage to Dr. Egon Strohm, from a brewing family in the Black Forest region,Margery's career in Germany blossomed in Germany at Bayreuth and Berlin...

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The Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal company proposed another link from Bury to Accrington. This new link would have been known as the Haslingden Canal. The Peel family asked the canal company not to construct the crossing over the River Hyndburn above their textile printworks; such a crossing would have required the construction of embankments, and reduced the water supply to their factories.. Consequently Accrington was bypassed and the Haslingden Canal was never built...The latest plan for the route had it running parallel to, and then crossing the isolated southern end of the Lancaster Canal, but common sense prevailed and the Leeds and Liverpool connected with the Lancaster Canal between Wigan and Johnson's Hillock. The main line of the canal was thus completed in 1816..There had been various unsuccessful negotiations to connect the canal to the Bridgewater Canal at Leigh but agreement was finally reached in 1818 and the connection was opened in 1820, thus giving access to Manchester and the rest of the canal network. The Bridgewater Canal, like most of Brindley's designs was for narrow boats of 72 feet (22 m) length, whereas the Leeds and Liverpool had been designed for broad boats of 62 feet (19 m) length. There was naturally a desire by the narrow boats to reach Liverpool and the locks of the westerly end of the canal wereExtended to 72 feet (22 m) in 1822..
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An outlook on civilian life in Berlin, Germany in 1936 The Black Forest (German: Schwarzwald, pronounced is a wooded mountain range in Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany. It is bordered by the Rhine valley to the west and south. The highest peak is the Feldberg with an elevation of 1,493 metres (4,898 ft). The region is almost rectangular with a length of 160 km (99 mi) and breadth of up to 60 km (37 mi)..The Black Forest consists of a cover of sandstone on top of a core of gneiss and granites. Formerly it shared tectonic evolution with the nearby Vosges Mountains. Later during the Middle Eocene a rifting period affected the area and caused formation of the Rhine graben. During the last glacial period of the Würm glaciation, the Black Forest was covered by glaciers; several tarns (or lakes) such as the Mummelsee are remains of this period...
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For drivers, the main route through the region is the fast A 5 (E35) motorway, but a variety of signposted scenic routes such as the Schwarzwaldhochstraße (60 km (37 mi), Baden-Baden to Freudenstadt), Schwarzwald Tälerstraße (100 km (62 mi), the Murg and Kinzig valleys) or Badische Weinstraße (Baden Wine Street, 160 km (99 mi), a wine route from Baden-Baden to Weil am Rhein) offers calmer driving along high roads.. The last is a picturesque trip starting in the south of the Black Forest going north and includes numerous old wineries and tiny villages.. Another, more specialized route is the German Clock Route (Deutsche Uhrenstraße), a circular route which traces the horological history of the region..The Black Forest was visited on several occasions by Count Otto von Bismarck during his years as Prussian and later German chancellor (1862–1890).. Allegedly, he especially was interested in the Triberg Waterfalls.. There is now a monument in Triberg dedicated to Bismarck, who apparently enjoyed the tranquility of the region as an escape from his day-to-day political duties in Berlin...

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Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg (1 April 1815 – 30 July 1898), known as Otto von Bismarck, was a conservative Prussian statesman who dominated German and European affairs from the 1860s until 1890. In the 1860s he engineered a series of wars that unified the German states (excluding Austria) into a powerful German Empire under Prussian leadership. With that accomplished by 1871 he skillfully used balance of power diplomacy to preserve German hegemony in a Europe which, despite many disputes and war scares, remained at peace.. For historian Eric Hobsbawm, Bismarck, who "remained undisputed world champion at the game of multilateral diplomatic chess for almost 20 years after 1871, devoted himself exclusively, and successfully, to maintaining peace between the phowers"..Bismarck, an aristocratic Junker himself, had an extremely aggressive and domineering personality. He displayed a violent temper and kept his power by threatening to resign time and again.. He possessed not only a long-term national and international vision, but also the short-term ability to juggle many complex developments simultaneously..Venture into the heart of the forest where the trees grow so close together they block out the light from above.. Enjoy this fantasyland of chocolate cakes and cuckoo clocks...Nobody move or elsie...
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Old 06-06-2014, 10:14 PM   #64
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As the 3rd Reich collapsed towards the end of the war, Braun swore loyalty to Hitler and went to Berlin to be by his side in the heavily reinforced Führerbunker beneath the Reich Chancellery. As Red Army troops fought their way into the neighbourhood on 29 April 1945, she married Hitler during a brief civil ceremony; she was 33 and he was 56..The German public was unaware of Braun's relationship with Hitler until after their deaths..Hitler lived with his half-niece, Geli Raubal, in an apartment in Munich from 1929 until her death..On 18 September 1931 Raubal was found dead in the apartment, shot with Hitler's pistol, an apparent suicide.. Hitler was in Nuremberg at the time.. The relationship was important to him, likely the most intense of his life.. Hitler began seeing more of Braun after the suicide..Braun herself attempted suicide on 10 or 11 August 1932 by shooting herself in the chest with her father's pistol..Historians feel the attempt was not serious, but was a bid for Hitler's attention..After Braun's recovery, Hitler became more committed to her and by the end of 1932 they had become lovers..She often stayed overnight at his Munich apartment when he was in town.. Braun worked as a photographer for Hoffmann from 1933 on.. This position enabled her to travel—accompanied by Hoffmann—with Hitler's entourage, as a photographer for the Nazi Party.. Later in her career she worked for Hoffman's art press..According to a fragment of her diary and the account of biographer Nerin Gun, Braun's second suicide attempt occurred in May 1935. She took an overdose of sleeping pills when Hitler failed to make time for her in his life.. Hitler provided Eva and her sister with a 3-bedroom apartment in Munich that August, and the next year the sisters were provided with a villa in Bogenhausen.. By 1936, Braun was at Hitler's household at the Berghof near Berchtesgaden whenever he was in residence there, but she lived mostly in Munich.. Braun also had her own apartment at the new Reich Chancellery in Berlin, completed to a design by Albert Speer..Görtemaker notes that Braun and Hitler enjoyed a normal sex life; Braun's friends and relatives described Eva giggling over a 1938 photograph of Neville Chamberlain sitting on a sofa in Hitler's Munich flat with the remark: "If only he knew what goings-on that sofa has seen"..Hitler's valet, Heinz Linge, stated in his memoirs that Hitler and Braun had 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with interconnecting doors at the Berghof, and Hitler would end most evenings alone with her in his study before they retired to bed.. She would wear a "dressing gown or house-coat" and drink wine; Hitler would have tea..Braun took the role of hostess amongst the regular visitors, though she was not involved in running the household.. She regularly invited friends and family members to accompany her during her stays...
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Old 07-06-2014, 12:30 AM   #65
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In the Second World War, the Battle of France, also known as the Fall of France, was the successful German invasion of France and the Low Countries, beginning on 10 May 1940, defeating primarily French forces.. The battle consisted of 2 main OPerations.. In the first, Fall Gelb (Case Yellow), German armoured units pushed through the Ardennes to cut off and surround the Allied units that had advanced into Belgium. When British and adjacent French forces were pushed back to the sea by the highly mobile and well organized German operation, the British government decided to Evacuate the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) as well as several French divisions at Dunkirk in Operation Dynamo, also known as the Miracle of Dunkirk, was the evacuation of Allied soldiers from the beaches and harbour of Dunkirk, France, between 27 May and 4 June 1940..In a speech to the House of Commons, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill called the events in France "a colossal military disaster",saying that "the whole root and core and brain of the British Army" had been stranded at Dunkirk and seemed about to perish or be captured.. In his We shall fight on the beaches speech on 4 June, he hailed their rescue as a "miracle of deliverance"..After the withdrawal of the BEF, Germany launched a second operation, Fall Rot (Case Red), which was commenced on 5 June 1940.. While the depleted French forces put up stiff initial resistance, German air superiority and armoured mobility overwhelmed the remaining French forces..On 22 June, an armistice was signed between France and Germany, which resulted in a division of France whereby Germany would occupy the north and west, Italy would control a small Italian occupation zone in the southeast, and an unoccupied zone, the zone libre, would be governed by the newly formed Vichy government led by Marshal Pétain. France remained under Axis occupation until the liberation of the country after the Allied landings in 1944..Germany's attack west was now planned to begin on 17 January 1940...43 However on 10 January, a German Messerschmitt Bf 108 made a forced landing outside the Belgian townof Mechelen-aan-de-Maas, north of Maastricht along the Meuse river, in what is referred to as the "Mechelen Incident". Among the occupants of the aircraft was Luftwaffe Major Hellmuth Reinberger, who was carrying a copy of the latest version of Aufmarschanweisung N°2. Reinberger was unable to destroy the documents, which quickly fell into the hands of the Belgian intelligence services..It has often been suggested that this incident was the cause of a drastic change in German plans, but this is incorrect; in fact, a reformulation of them on 30 January, Aufmarschanweisung N°3, Fall Gelb, conformed to the earlier versions..Just after the 1 September 1939 invasion of Poland, French soldiers advanced along the Maginot Line 5 km (3.1 mi) into the Saar which was called the Saar Offensive. France had employed 98 divisions (all but 28 of Them reserve or fortress formations) and 2,500 tanks against German forces consisting of 43 divisions (32 of them reserves)and no tanks... They advanced until they met the then thin and undermanned Siegfried Line..The French army would easily have been able to penetrate the mere screen of German forces present had they continued with the offensive, but they preferred to force the Germans into the offensive role and withdrew to Their own lines in October..

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Upon arrival, Speer was informed by Hitler that he intended to take a tour of Paris in a few days and wanted the architect to accompany him. Speer remained in the village and joined Hitler and his entourage in a peasant's cottage on the evening of the formal end of hostilities between France and Germany. As the time of the armistice approached, 1:35 AM June 25, Hitler ordered the lights in the home turned out and the windows opened. Sitting silently in the darkness, Hitler and his entourage listened to a thunderstorm in the distance and to a bugler blowing the traditional signal for the end of fighting.. Hitler then ordered the light turned back on..3 days later, Speer accompanied Hitler as he flew in the early morning hours to an airfield near Paris.."Three days after the beginning of the armistice we landed at Le Bourget airfield. It was early in the morning, about 5-thirty..3 large Mercedes sedans stood waiting.. Hitler as usual sat in the front seat beside the chauffeur, Breker [a sculptor] and I on the jump seats behind him, while Giessler [an architect] and the adjutants occupied the rear seats.. Field-gray uniforms had been provided for us artists, so that we might fit into the military framework.. We drove through the extensive suburbs directly to the Opera, Charles Garnier's great neobaroque building. . . . It was Hitler's favorite and the first thing he wanted to see.. Colonel Speidel, assigned by the German Occupation Authority, was waiting at the Entrance for us..."I often considered whether we would not have to destroy Paris"...
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Großer Arber (German for Great Arber, Czech: Velký Javor) is the highest peak of the Bavarian-Bohemian-mountain ridge, with an elevation of 1,455.5 metres (4,775 ft). Although geographically belonging to the Bohemian Forest, it is often referred to as "King of the Bavarian Forest". It is one of Germany's most famous skiing resorts besides the Bavarian Alps..Großer Arber and the woodlands down to Bayerisch Eisenstein are in the possession of the Prince of Hohenzollern..As early as 1939, large parts of the area were put under protection, in order to save its uniqueness..Großer Arber is the only peak of the Bavarian-Bohemian-Mountain Ridge above the climatic timberline..On top were 2 military radar stations, built during the Cold War as the mountain is very close to the Czech border. They are still operational at a reduced scale, serving both civilian and military purposes..Near the Großer Arber is a smaller mountain, the Kleiner Arber ("klein" = small)..In Czech Velký Javor means Great Maple...
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Presumably that Hitler was a lying, scheming, murderous coward.
according to his private secretary's diary, i think you will find that was another fellow named Churchill, Hitler actually spent most of world war 1 on the front line.
hate him or love him this presentation by David Irving does not cover the jewish thing, but I guess many will resort to the ad-hominem attack rather than research the information for themselves

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A teenage girl, Gillian Bellaver , discovers that she possesses psychic powers, including telekinesis and ESP, but that other people suffer damage sooner or later if they touch her.. She volunteers to attend the Paragon Institute, whose director, Dr. James McKeever, works for a shady intelligence operative named Ben Childress.. Childress has betrayed his friend Peter Sandza and isis using Sandza's psychic son Robin for research Into the Weapons potential of psychics..
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Bull polishing, bulling, spit polishing or spit shiningrefers to a method for polishing leather products in such a way as to give an extremely high shine effect. It is commonly used in the military as a traditional method of presenting leather accessories (such as a Sam Browne belt) and boots for inspection. The finished effect should leave the surface of the leather as reflective as a mirror..Spooning or choreic hand is flexion and dorsal arching of the wrists and hyperextension of the fingers when the hands are extended sideways palms down..Spooning is a recognized clinical sign in pediatric neurology during standard evaluation of the posture with extended arms. Spooning is often observed in children up to the age of 5..In older ages it is a clinical sign seen in children with chorea..(or choreia, occasionally) is an abnormal involuntary movement disorder, one of a group of neurological disorders called dyskinesias. The term chorea is derived from the Greek word χορεία (=dance; see choreia), as the quick Movements Of the feet or hands are comparable to Dancing...
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Considered the home of Quebec's ski industry, it was here that in 1934, an American named Fred Pabst installed the first ski lift on Hill 70 which rapidly became one of the most popular ski destinations in eastern North America. Eleven years later, a group of businessmen joined with Victor Nymark to form UPHILL LTD. to further develop the site. In 1948, a T-bar, imported from Austria, was installed on Hill 71. Ski lifts on Hills 67 to 72 were installed throughout the following years..At that time, the site was divided into different lots with different owners. It wasn’t until 1970 that efforts were started to unite the different lots under a common organization under the direction of Jacques G. Hébert. Jacques succeeded in convincing the owners to sell part of their interests to the ski center. The gradual acquiring of the different lots was finally achieved and in just a few years, the company changed from being a renter to being an owner. Thus, in 1972, Mont Saint-Sauveur resort was born..Nearest city Montreal, Quebec 77 km..(48 mi)..Vertical 213 m (698 ft)..Runs 13% Extremely DiffiCult..Base elevation 203 m (666 ft)...Lift system 8 total 4 detachable quads 2 quadruple chair 1 double chair 1 magic carpet..Night skiing 27 out of 38 trails...

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Saint-Sauveur is a town and municipality within the Les Pays-d'en-Haut Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. It is in the administrative region of Laurentides in the Laurentian mountains, located about 60 kilometres north of Montreal..The town was the childhood home—from about 1946 to 1960—of Canadian musicians Kate and Anna McGarrigle were born in Montreal of mixed Irish- and French-Canadian background..Although associated with Quebec's anglophone community, the McGarrigles also recorded and performed many songs in French..2 of their albums, Entre la jeunesse et la sagesse (also known as French Record) and La vache qui pleure, are entirely in French, but many of their other records include one or 2 French songs as well. Most of their French songs were co-written by Philippe Tatartcheff, with occasional input from Kate McGarrigle's son, Canadian-American solo artist Rufus Wainwright. Rufus and his sister Martha Wainwright, also a singer, are the children of Kate and her former husband, singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III..No More Shall We Part is the 11th studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released on 2 April 2001 in the UK (and 10 April in the US)...

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She met Hitler, 23 years her senior, at Hoffmann's studio in Munich in October 1929. He had been introduced to her as "Herr Wolff".. Eva's sister, Gretl, also worked for Hoffman from 1932 onward, and the women rented an apartment together for a time. Gretl accompanied her sister on her later trips with Hitler to the Obersalzberg..Braun attended the Nuremberg Rally for the first time in 1935, as a member of Hoffman's staff. Hitler's half-sister, Angela Raubal (the dead Geli's mother), took exception to her presence there, and was later dismissed from her position as housekeeper at his house in Berchtesgaden. Researchers are unable to ascertain if her dislike for Braun was the only reason for her departure, but O-ther members of Hitler's entourage saw Braun as untouchable from then on...

Hitler wished to present himself in the image of a chaste hero; in the Nazi ideology, men were the political leaders and warriors and women were homemakers.. He believed that he was sexually attractive to women and wished to exploit this for political gain by remaining single, as he felt marriage would decrease his appeal.. He and Braun never appeared as a couple in public; the only time they appeared together in a published news photo was when she sat near him at the 1936 Winter Olympics. The German people were unaware of Braun's relationship with Hitler until after the war..According to Speer's memoirs, Braun never slept in the same room as Hitler and had her own rooms at the Berghof, in Hitler's Berlin residence, and in the Berlin bunker. Speer later said, "Eva Braun will prove a great disappointment to historians."..Biographer Heike Görtemaker notes that women did not play a big role in the politics of the Third Reich.. Braun's political influence on Hitler was apparently minimal. She was never allowed to stay in the room when business or political conversations took place, and was sent out of the room when cabinet ministers or other dignitaries were present...She was not a member of the Nazi Party.. Her main interests were sports, clothes, and the cinema.
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Obersalzberg is a mountainside retreat situated above the market town of Berchtesgaden in Bavaria, Germany, located about 120 kilometres (75 mi) southeast of Munich, close to the border with Austria. The retreat is best known as the location of Adolf Hitler's mountain residence, the Berghof (demolished) with the nearby Mooslahnerkopf Teahouse (likewise), and the more elevated Kehlsteinhaus, popularly known as the 'Eagle's Nest'..The name of the settlement area derives from the rock salt deposits in the former Berchtesgaden Provostry documented since the 12th century. It was part of the provostry's Salzberg locality (a so-called Gnotschaft), where the Berchtesgaden salt mine was established in 1517. With the provostry it was securalised in 1803 and became a Bavarian municipality in 1810.. Plans by Nazi authorities to merge it with Berchtesgaden were not carried out and Salzberg was not incorporated into Berchtesgaden until 1972..In the late 19th century German intellectuals like Richard Voss and industrialists like Carl von Linde began using the area as both a summer and winter vacation retreat. The scenic landscape and sweeping mountain views also attracted Adolf Hitler, who had learned of Berchtesgaden through his party fellow Dietrich Eckart in the course of the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, just before his imprisonment at Landsberg. It was in a cabin in Obersalzberg that he dictated Part 2 of Mein Kampf, which earned him large royalties.. He became so fond of the area that by 1928 he began using his royalty income to rent a small chalet called Haus Wachenfeld from the widow of a Buxtehude manufacturer..Several months after Hitler's 1933 appointment as Chancellor of Germany he purchased Haus Wachenfeld and began making a series of 3 important renovations.. The first included window shutters and a small office, followed a year later by a winter garden and stonework; finally the most extensive in 1935-1936 when the once modest chalet was finally transformed into the sprawling Landhaus known as the Berghof...
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Hitler's Madman is a 1943 World War II film about the assassination of Nazi Reinhard Heydrich and the revenge taken by the Germans. The picture was produced by Seymour Nebenzal for PRC and Angelus Pictures, Inc.. The shooting of Hitler's Madman took place late in 1942 and early 1943.. Sirk hired German cinematographer Eugen Schüfftan to shoot the film, but since he was not allowed in the United States at the time, the credit was instead given to Jack Greenhalgh..When Hitler's Madman was finished, MGM's Louis B. Mayer bought the production (reshoots were made in MGM's own studios), making it one of the few, and possibly the first film originally from another company to be distributed by MGM...Patricia Morison as Jarmilla Hanka..Ryen as GesTapo...

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The Vehmic courts, Vehmgericht, holy vehme, or simply Vehm are names given to a "proto-vigilante" tribunal system of Westphalia in Germany active during the later Middle Ages, based on a fraternal organisation of lay judges called “free judges” (German: Freischöffen or French: francs-juges). The original seat of the courts was in Dortmund. Proceedings were sometimes secret, leading to the alternative titles of “secret courts” (German: heimliches Gericht), “silent courts” (German: Stillgericht), or “forbidden courts” (German: verbotene Gerichte). After the execution of a death sentence, the corpse could be hung on a tree to advertise the fact and deter others..The peak of activity of these courts was during the 14th to 15th centuries, with lesser activity attested for the 13th and 16th centuries, and scattered evidence establishing their continued existence during the 17th and 18th centuries. They were finally abolished by order of Jérôme Bonaparte, king of Westphalia, in 1811..The Vehmic courts were the regional courts of Westphalia which, in turn, were based on the county courts of Franconia. They received their jurisdiction from the Holy Roman Emperor, from whom they also received the capacity to pronounce capital punishment (German: Blutgericht) which they exercised in his name. Everywhere else the power of life and death, originally reserved to the Emperor alone, had been usurped by the territorial nobles; only in Westphalia, called “the Red Earth” because here the imperial Blutbann was still valid, were capital sentences passed and executed by the Fehmic courts in the Emperor's name alone...

The sessions were often held in secret, whence the names of “secret court” (German: heimliches Gericht), “silent court” (German: Stillgericht), etc. Attendance of secret sessions was forbidden to the uninitiated, on pain of death, which led to the designation “forbidden courts” (German: verbotene Gerichte). A chairman (German: Stuhlherr) presided over the court, and lay judges (German: Freischöffen) passed judgment.. The court also constituted a Holy Order..Any free man "of pure bred German stock" and of good character could become a judge. The new candidate was given secret information and identification symbols. The “knowing one” (German: Wissende) had to keep his knowledge secret, even from his closest family (“vor Weib und Kind, vor Sand und Wind”)..Lay judges had to give formal warnings to known troublemakers, issue warrants, and take part in executions...

The organization of the Fehme was elaborate.. The centre of each jurisdiction was referred to as a “free seat” (German: Freistuhl), and its head or chairman (German: Stuhlherr) was often a secular or spiritual prince, sometimes a civic community, the archbishop of Cologne being supreme over all (German: Oberststuhlherren). The actual president of the court was the “free count” (German: Freigraf, chosen for life by the Stuhlherr from among the Freischöffen, who formed the great body of the initiated. Of these the lowest rank were the Fronboten or Freifronen, charged with the maintenance of order in the courts and the duty of carrying out the commands of the Freigraf. The immense development of the Fehme is explained by the privileges of the Freischöffen; for they were subject to no jurisdiction but those of the Westphalian courts: whether as accused or accuser they had access to the secret sessions, and they shared in the discussions of the general chapter as to the policy of the society. At their initiation these swore to support the Fehme with all their powers, to guard its secrets, and to bring before its tribunal anything within its competence that they might discover. They were then initiated into the secret signs by which members recognized each other, and were presented with a rope and with a knife on which were engraved the mystic letters S.S.G.G., supposed to mean Stein, Strick, Gras, grün (stone, rope, grass, green)..The Freistuhl was the place of session, and was usually a hillock, or some other well-known and accessible spot. The Freigraf and the Schöffen (judges) occupied the bench, before which a table, with a sword and rope upon it, was placed. The court was held by day and, unless the session was declared secret, all freemen, whether initiated or not, were admitted.. If the accused appeared, the sentence was carried into execution at once; if he did not appear, it was quickly made known to the whole body, and the Freischöffe who was the first to meet the condemned was bound to put him to death. This was usually done by hanging, the nearest tree serving for gallows. A knife with the mystic letters was left beside the corpse to show that the deed was not a murder..The system, though ancient, came into wider use only after the division of the duchy of Saxony after the fall of Henry the Lion, when the archbishop of Cologne Engelbert II of Berg, (also duke of Westphalia from 1180) placed himself at the head of the Fehme as representative of the emperor. The organization then spread rapidly. Every free man born in lawful wedlock and not
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The Star Chamber (Latin: Camera stellata) was an English court of law that sat at the royal Palace of Westminster from the late 15th century until 1641. It was made up of Privy Councillors, as well as common-law judges and supplemented the activities of the common-law and equity courts in both civil and criminal matters. The court was set up to ensure the fair enforcement of laws against prominent people, those so powerful that ordinary courts would never convict them of their crimes..Court sessions were held in secret,with no indictments, and no witnesses.. Evidence was presented in writing..Over time it evolved into a political weapon,a symbol of the misuse and abuse of power by the English monarchy and courts..In modern usage, legal or administrative bodies with strict, arbitrary rulings and secretive proceedings are sometimes called, metaphorically or poetically, star chambers. This is a pejorative term and intended to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the proceedings. The inherent lack of objectivity of politically motivated charges has led to substantial reforms in English law in most jurisdictions since that time..A kangaroo court is a judicial tribunal or assembly that blatantly disregards recognized standards of law or justice, and often carries little or no official standing in the territory within which it resides...
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Isen is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany..Isen has once been home to a Benedictine abbey.. The abbey was dissolved however during the secularisation in 1802 so only the St. Zeno Church remains today..The region is one of the oldest parts of Bavaria. Erding was located on the way between 2 important centres of power in the Wittelsbach state, Munich and Landshut. About 1230 a castle was built on the river Sempt in order to secure the road. This castle grew to become the city of Erding..The district of Erding was founded in 1946.. Slight modifications took place in the administrative reform of 1971, when some villages from neighbouring districts were awarded to Erding..The district covers agriculturally used areas northeast of Munich.. Several affluents of the Isar River cross the district from south to north, among them the Sempt. In the northwest there is the Erdinger Moos, which was once a large fen.. A substantial part of this swampy area was drained in order to build the new airport of Munich, which was opened to the public in 1992...

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Upper Bavaria (German: Oberbayern) is 1 of the se7en administrative regions of Bavaria, Germany is located in the southern portion of Bavaria, and is centered around the city of Munich. It is subdivided into 4 regions (Planungsverband): Ingolstadt, Munich, Bayerisches Oberland (Bavarian Highland), and Südostoberbayern (South East Upper Bavaria). It is named 'Upper Bavaria' because the land is higher above sea level than the rest of Bavaria, not because it is farther north...
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Eva is a female given name, the Latinate counterpart of English Eve, derived from a Hebrew name meaning "life" or "living one" ...It can also mean full of Life or mother of life.. It is the standard biblical form of Eve in many European languages..The name has religious significance in the Judeo/Christian/Muslim tradition, after the use of Eve / living as the female companion of the Biblical Adam / man.. Its use as a first name in England began in the 12th Century...
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Eva is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae..The geometer moths or Geometridae (from Greek geo γη or γαια 'the earth' and metron μέτρων 'measure' — refers to the larvae, or inchworms, which appear to "measure the earth" as they move in a looping fashion) are a family of the order Lepidoptera.. A very large family, it has around 35,000 species of moths described, and over 1400 species from six subclasses indigenous to North America.. A well-known member is the Peppered Moth, Biston betularia, which has been subject of numerous studies in population genetics. Several other geometer moths are notorious pests..The name "Geometridae" ultimately derives from Latin geometra from Greek γεωμέτρης ("geometer, earth-measurer"). This refers to the means of locomotion of the larvae or caterpillars, which lack the full complement of prolegs seen in other Lepidopteran caterpillars, with only 2 or 3 pairs at the posterior end instead of the usual 5 pairs..Population genetics is the study of the distributions and changes of allele frequency in a population, as the population is subject to the four main evolutionary processes: natural selection, genetic drift, mutation and gene flow. It also takes into account the factors of recombination, population subdivision and population structure. Studies in this branch of biology examine such phenomena as adaptation and speciation...
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