Citations with the tag: GERMANS
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- Ideology and infrastructure: German area science and planning for the Germanization of Eastern...
Steinweis, Alan E. // East European Quarterly; Sep94, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p335
Focuses on Nazi Germany's plan of the Germanization of Eastern Europe through the Reichstelle fur Raumordnung (Reich Office for Area Planning). Focus on the study made for settling the island of Madagascar; Translation of the concept of Lebensraum into a systematic applied science; Perception...
Cassel, Mellissa // Hopscotch; Aug/Sep2009, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p20
The article offers information on Germans and Germany.
- My Germany, my burden.
Kaiser, Mario // Christian Science Monitor; 6/8/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 136, p11
Focuses on the frustrations of the author with the German people, and the view that the United States media portrays Germany in negative ways.
- Did You Know?
Kaiser, Mario // Cobblestone; May2001, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p24
Features several facts concerning German Americans such as their language and customs.
- Homeless Lutherans.
Downey, Sabine // Christian Century; 10/27/93, Vol. 110 Issue 30, p1038
Discusses the plight of the Germans of the former Soviet Union. History since the deportations by Stalin; Struggle to maintain their religious and cultural identity; Uncertainties brought about by the disintegration of the Soviet Union; Feeling of Germans in Kazakhstan that they are not welcome...
- German books.
Zaplinski, Jutta // Booklist; 04/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 16, p1519
Reviews several German fiction books. Includes `Fetter Bauch Regiert Nicht Gern,' by Hans herbert von Arnim; `Wien Juli 1999,' by Milo Dor; `Schlitzohr,' by Werner Schmidli.
- A Federal Republic of Poetries.
Linthicum, John // Literary Review; Fall1989, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
Focuses on the movement in West German poetry. Establishment of poets on the national scene; Production of agit-prop poetry in the new subjectivity of the seventies; Reason behind the disappearance of new movement in the eighties
- Germans Love Archery.
Rauch, Stan // Bowhunter; Jun/Jul2000, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p24
Focuses on the intense interest of Germans for archery hunting.
- A taste of Germany.
Simpson, J.; Hayes, J.L. // Country Living; Jan1991, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p99
Photo essay with text of Old World German food traditions found in American home cooking. Includes recipes for such foods as: Mohnstollen, checkboard chocolate cake, and Venison stew with spatzle. Tips on selecting accompanying German wines. INSET: Cinnamon coffee..
- How German writers fare vs. Clancy, Crichton, and Grisham.
Walker, Ruth // Christian Science Monitor; 11/6/97, Vol. 89 Issue 240, p14
No abstract available.
- A single word speaks volumes for Germany.
Walker, Ruth // Christian Science Monitor; 2/3/97, Vol. 89 Issue 47, p6
No abstract available.
- Guren appetit!
Pfeiffer, Christine // Faces (07491387); Mar2000, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p28
Focuses on German cookery.
- Germanic towns in Southern Brazil: Ethnicity and change.
Gade, Daniel W. // Focus; Spring94, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the Germanic towns in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina in Brazil. Estimated population of German immigrants in Brazil; Customs adopted by Germans who settle in Brazil; Other European tradition adapted by Germans; Importance of literacy to German immigrants; German settlement of...
Reiss, Hans // Modern Language Review; Jan99, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p245
Reviews the book `Quellenbibliographie zur Rhetorik, und Epistolographie des 18. Jahrhunderts im deutchsprachigen Raum,' edited by Joachim Dyck and Jutta Sandstede.
Rovit, Earl // Sewanee Review; Fall96, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p587
Presents the author's reflections about his German friend Heinz. Description of their friendship; Childhood background; Characteristics; Principles.
- German Jews exempt.
Rovit, Earl // Christian Century; 3/1/89, Vol. 106 Issue 7, p226
As reparation to descendants of the Holocaust, Jews in West Germany are exempt from military service. The policy has been opposed by some Jews, who urge the need for common experience of Jew and non-Jew.
- Our man at NYSEG
Ryan, Karen // American Gas; Sep96, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p28
No abstract available.
- From fantasy to functionalism.
Lehne, A. // UNESCO Courier; Aug90, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p26
Describes the German version of Art Nouveau, `Jugendstil.' How Munich became the artistic center; `Jugendstil' in Berlin; The Vienna Secession; Darmstadt (site of an artists' colony); The rigors of form; Names of artists and architects.
- Going Deutsch.
Ecott, M. // New Scientist; 5/23/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1822, p45
Discusses how the European Community is neglecting the German language. It will grow in importance within the science community; What Britain could do to play a decisive part in the scientific Europe of tomorrow; How Britain neglects language study.
- A small town in Germany.
Beier, Ellen // Spider; Aug97, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p20
Presents an illustration of a small German town with information about the meaning of certain structures and things in it. Includes playground; Florist shop; Bakery.
- Of walls and windows: What German studies and comparative literature can offer each other.
Finney, Gail // Comparative Literature; Summer97, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p259
Focuses on the waning popularity of German studies among students. Comments on the occasional insularity and chauvinism of German as a literary discipline; Cosmopolitan, comparative orientation of German writers and thinkers in the early nineteenth century; Receptiveness of late eighteenth- and...
- The flight to freedom.
Anderson, H.; Meyer, M. // Newsweek; 10/16/89, Vol. 114 Issue 16, p40
Discusses the exodus of thousands of East Germans and the mounting public protests that confront Communist Party boss Erich Honecker as the country celebrates its 40th anniversary as an independent state. Talks about the country's crisis of legitimacy; Public relations; Visit by Mikhail...
- How to make--and spell--spaetzle.
Zbikarski, Pat // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jul/Aug93, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p15
Details the process for making spaetzle. Equipment and ingredients; Traditional soup at weddings; Pan fried in homemade butter.
- The Written Capital.
Brockmann, Stephen // Monatshefte; Fall99, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p376
Discusses the depiction of Berlin, Germany in German literature written in the late 20th century. Illustration of an interior metaphysical space; Longing for the simplicity of everyday life in Wim Wenders' film 'Der Himmel uber Berlin'; Characters in contemporary Berlin fiction; Contradiction...
Brockmann, Stephen // Influence of India & Persia on the Poetry of Germany; 1/1/1901, p6
An introduction to the electronic book "Influence of India & Persia on the Poetry of Germany" is presented.
- Murder in the East: German-Jewish Liberal Reactions to Anti-Jewish Violence in Poland and Other East European Lands, 1918�1920.
Hagen, Williamw W. // Central European History (Cambridge University Press / UK); 2001, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p1
Investigates the German-Jewish liberal understanding of post-World War I anti-Jewish violence in Poland and Eastern Europe. German-Jewish relationship to the eastern European Jews; German-Jewish liberal's assessment of the postwar Central European world; Details on the middleclass liberal...
- Germans and Jews--The symbiosis that failed.
Plaut, W. Gunther // Judaism; Fall91, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p531
Recounts the author's experience on the long-standing antagonism between Germans and Jews. Participation in street battles with the Nazi student federation; Discussions in intellectual and Gentile circles; Meaning of nationalism in German society.
Plaut, W. Gunther // Bon Appetit; Oct92, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p76
Presents recipes for a German-style meal typical of Munich's Oktoberfest celebration. How Oktoberfest began in 1810 to celebrate Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria's marriage to Princess Therese; Carrot and parsnip soup with roasted garlic; Sausages with caramelized onions and horseradish sauce;...
- More Germans nix kraut for kebabs.
Sacirbey, Omar // Christian Science Monitor; 8/25/99, Vol. 91 Issue 189, p17
Discusses doner kebab (turned meat), a traditional Turkish dish that is enjoying phenomenal popularity in Germany.
BENNETT, SARAH // Australian Gourmet Traveller; May2012, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p190
The article provides an answer to a question about Germany's cuisine.
- Majors take an interest in distribution potential.
Artope, Alexander // Variety; 5/27/96 Supplement Global Media, Vol. 363 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the prospects of German films produced by American filmmakers as of May 1996. `Nur aus Liebe' (Only for Love) and `Knocking on Heaven's Door' as examples of such films; Potentials of the German motion picture industry; List of productions by German subsidiaries of major American film...
Seaman, Owen // Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, April 5, 1916; 1/1/1916, p27
The article presents quotes from several journals including on the recognition of the German people of the retiring manner of the Kaiser during this war, the statement of Frankfurter Zeitung on German strategy, and five zeppelins.
- Untitled Image.
Seaman, Owen // Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, September 23, 1914; 1/1/1914, p29
The article presents a quote from a father regarding the inconsideration against Germans.
Seaman, Owen // Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, November 4, 1914; 1/1/1914, p1
The article focuses on a motor wireless section in Scotland which is searching for a mascot and regimental pet, German Truth Society, and German's emperor's headquarters in France.
- Babies were Linda German's obsession, was she crazy or just madly in love?
Stone, G. // People; 3/20/89, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p84
Recounts the kidnapping of two days of Lindsey Regan Manns from a hospital in West Virginia by Linda Lou German, 26, whom her lawyer said suffered from pseudocyesis, a condition that makes a woman feel and believe she's pregnant. German returned the baby and was found guilty. Sentencing is...
Stone, G. // Broadcasting & Cable; 6/21/93, Vol. 123 Issue 25, p72
Announces the appointment of German Perez as executive vice president/ general manager of Coral Pictures Corporation, Miami. Previous post and company affiliation.
- Graduate of New Life Encourages Others to Get Involved.
Dugger III, A. J. // Tennessee Tribune; 11/8/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 45, p8B
The article offers information on the 42-year old James German, who is raising three teenage kids, regarding his outlook towards life after graduating from New Life Program, an organization that offers resources and assistance to fathers in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Nazis and Germans in China 1933-37.
Kleinfeld, Gerald R. // Canadian Journal of History; Aug80, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p229
Explores the German community in Tsingtao, China from 1933 to 1937. Political perspectives of the community; Solidarity of the German community in Tsingtao with the Nazi party; Statutes for the Tsingtao German Community.
- New German spelling rules challenge the purists.
Kleinfeld, Gerald R. // Christian Science Monitor; 7/3/96, Vol. 88 Issue 153, p12
Reports on the accord signed by European representatives to simplify the spelling and punctuation of the German language. Rules in German spelling; Transition period given before the rules become truly binding.
- +ROSEBUD BLOOMS AGAIN.
Kleinfeld, Gerald R. // Creative Review; Jan2003, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p16
Announces the release of the fourth issue of the Germany-based creativity and design magazine '+rosebud.' Theme of the magazine's fourth issue; Distribution of the magazine by Die Gestalten Verlag.
- How to bleed a red nation white.
Kleinfeld, Gerald R. // U.S. News & World Report; 9/25/89, Vol. 107 Issue 12, p14
Discusses the reasons for the large numbers of East German refugees. Dissatisfaction with Communism and fear that reforms will not come; East German economy; Ruling Communist Party chief, Erich Honecker, 77.
Kleinfeld, Gerald R. // Gourmet; Oct94, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p154
Presents recipes in a sample menu dedicated to the celebration of the Oktoberfest in Germany. Beet and Fennel Soup; Pumpernickel and Rye breadsticks; Roast Pork Loin with Beer Sauce; Red Onion Sauerkraut; Celery Root, Gruyere, and Apple Slaw with Horseradish; Warm German Potato Salad; Chocolate...
- Disunitedly united: Literary life in Germany.
Pforte, Dietger // World Literature Today; Winter97, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p61
Focuses on the element of literary life in Germany. Organization of cultural life in the country; Literary dispute and influences; leading literary figures; Attempt to unite authors' organizations and institutions; Lack of solidarity among writers.
- FUNNY JOKE FROM AN ANGRY GERMAN.
MORGAN, JOHN // Esquire; Mar2013, Vol. 159 Issue 3, p54
A joke is presented about an angry German.
- Winter Quarters.
MORGAN, JOHN // Time; 10/23/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 17, p34
The article discusses the reaction of Berliners and West Germans about the arrival of thousands of Chinese Communists troops along the zonal borders who also left and moved back into winter quarters.
- German Population Falling Rapidly.
MORGAN, JOHN // Futurist; May/Jun87, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p3
Reports on the decline in the population of Germans in 1987. Factors influencing population decline; Existing population level; Population forecast.
- A taste of Europe.
Preston, Holly Hubbard // PC Week; 11/28/94, Vol. 11 Issue 47, pA/1
Reports on the entry of the European-based Computer 2000 AG into the American computer market. Computer 2000's pledge of $50 million for a 51 percent stake in AmeriQuest Technologies Inc.; Dominance in the worldwide distribution market; Financial performance in 1993; Hurdles to be overcome by...
- Visits to a Morgue.
Kuehn, Heinz R. // American Scholar; Summer85, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p363
Recalls authors and classic books of the German literature which influence the author's youth and helped form his literary task and judgment. Contemporary writers of his father's generation; Books during his childhood; Paragraph from Paul Fechter's book 'History of German Literature'.
- The German Quandary.
Willson, A. Leslie // World Literature Today; Spring88, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p239
Discusses the bias of the Nobel Prize in Literature Committee against German literature. Background of ideological restrictions imposed on East German writers by their socialist government; Overview of German authors who received the Nobel Prize from 1967 to 1987, including Theodor Mommsen;...
- Erinnern — em Meer und seine Form.
Jirgl, Reinhard // Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Neueren Germanistik; 2008, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p23
In this essay the German author Reinhard Jirgl reflects on the importance of literature, both as act of reading and writing, as an idiosyncratic medium of memory.