Middle Rhine Guckelhorn

Part 2: monuments, buildings and ruins remind the archaeological findings of this time meet the attentive citizens nearly every day and everywhere in our home, without that the origin and the sense or nonsense of the plant is painfully aware. For more specific information, check out Vacationland. The author, Wolfgang Guckelhorn, tried without claim of completeness to introduce a large number of these monuments and describe. Here he gives a brief his toric introduction with numerous his toric illustrations to the findings respectively. Then, he documented the still-preserved. It comes not to cope with past. No, you can not. You can not change or undo. Who but turning a blind eye to the past, is blind to the present.

“Who the inhumanity does not want to remember, which is again vulnerable to new infection risks”, so Dr. Richard by Weizacker on May 8, 1985, in his speech before the German Bundestag for the 40th anniversary of the capitulation of the German Wehrmacht. Wolfgang Guckelhorn, was born in 1947 in Bonn and lives since then in Bad Breisig am Rhein. From 1968 to 1970, he was a soldier of the time and studied at the University of Koblenz with the degree Dipl.-ing. (FH). Since 1984, he has insurance salesman. In his youth, he focused on contemporary history. Wolfgang Guckelhorn: Archaeology of the second world war on the Middle Rhine, part II archaeological monuments, buildings and ruins remind 156 pages, tied 626 pictures, large format,: 23 x 28 cm, appears in the fall of 2008

Prohuber Documentary

The November pogrom – not enough court documents and testimonies on the example of the Eifel and the Voreifel the disputable facts – as proof of the destruction of Jewish property and many synagogues, as well as brute force against Jewish citizens – historically to demonstrate 1938 on the country. Rather also the court records of the post-war period and corresponding sworn testimony should be specifically examined and analyzed. Much has been forgotten, overlooked, or questionably judged from today’s perspective. The question after a sometimes no longer comprehensible jurisdiction could explain the real action at the “Reich Pogromes in 1938” differentiated in the occupation and the young Federal Republic. Some was historical and human, but otherwise, it has been legally assessed after the second world war. Also the rare historic photos and proof that “on the land”, where one knows the others personally, much starkly different from the big cities are what distinguishes this book from similar documentation. Here there were rarely Most famous fanatics from the neighborhood were anonymity of the “arsonist in the predator civil”, but here.

This personal and social component so far impeded full research and evaluation and the objective selection of archive documents and testimonies. The appearance of the “Reichskristallnacht” in the Eifel and the Voreifel limited and thus focuses on a locally compact space in the Rhineland, a specific part of the Eifel and Voreifel. It includes the towns of Bad Munstereifel, Tolbiac and Sampath, Euskirchen and Flamersheim, Weilerswist and Lommersum, Mechernich and Kommern, Kall, Gemund and Hellenthal/Blumenthal topographically and content. The documentation so begins in the Middle Rhine area and ends in a westerly direction in a valley of the Eifel, which at the time of the November pogrom was 1938 relatively insulated from what happens in the cities of Bonn, Cologne and Aachen. Often, it will be noted that the riots in the microcosm of the Eifel region were more brutal than in the Rhenish cities. In Mechernich were more than 10 houses systematically destroyed and torn down.

The local group leader was acquitted after the second world war, because he had been supposedly from “local politics” and “technical reasons”. The HELLEN Thaler official Mayor staged a “March of the pillory” after fire the Blumenthaler synagogue and also among the defendants in the “Schleidener Lynch process”, which had to clarify the public shooting of an American pilot in September 1944 after the second world war. The Euskirchen regional historian Hans-Dieter Arntz impressively summarizes his decades of research in the present documentation.

Writing Is Hard Work

With their eBook thriller are very far above the statement one might think that their works before chiseling the writing couple of Schiller in stone before they publish their eBooks. According to the Austrian writer couple Barbara & Christian Schiller. Now, one might think that they possibly initially carve their books in stone, before they present it to their now many readers. Then to explain this statement. But far from it, also in Austria, the modern way of publication via eBook has certainly received catchment. And so one can wonder just what may have led to this line. Maybe so, if you consider that their last thriller’s friends need to kill”already found his way into some reader may have with 7500 downloads. And if you this number times in editions converts, then one can speak here of back-breaking work.

And yet, writing is now even craft, which the two know excellent understanding, because different is this online crowds to their Not explain works. Must you ask though, why here no conventional Publisher behind? What is once again confirmed, think publishers just to profit, but not at the quality work that into their lines. But it pays off for them, and maybe it was the better way to publish as the Publisher depending on to get their books via eBook. The steadily increasing number of their fans testify to this statement and we can hope that more of the two hope to read. “And if you believe Ms. Schiller’s words can give, then seems to be the word of writer’s block” to be just a Word no longer. Because professionally the couple Schiller in the advertising industry operates, and also here is one to put anything to paper, mean low tide in the Treasury. In the “interrogation” of the caliber, 9 crime online magazine answered you questions patiently.

Neither Black Nor White: The New Illustrated Book By Robert Rutod

grayscales. early b & w photographs 1978-1988 the photographer Robert Rutod translated for a decade snippets of reality into the delicate dimension of the gray values. He kidnapped in a world in black and white, where aesthetics of resistance and pure emotion often only a shadow width apart. Always open to the offers of the moment, always ready to discover unexpected facets of reality. More than twenty years after the time of their origination Robert Rutod sifts through his entire SW negative archive again, to complete an “unfinished” chapter of his work. The effort has been worth it. He promotes alongside photographs now become classics almost forgotten material for days: very early and rare photo productions, image-linguistic experiments, portraits, short photo galleries with documentary character.

The majority of these photos is anyway something distinguished, the Robert Rutod in his most recent book “less is more” so clearly expressed: the passion for quirky and bizarre Aspects of life. The selection of 77 images dating from 1978-1988, here for the first time in book form published, accompanied by short absurd texts of the photographer. Authors: Robert Rutod, born in Vienna, photographer and filmmaker, numerous short films with international performances, early paintings and photographs in various private collections. Books: Less is more (2009), grayscales (2010), right time right place (2010). Christine Dobretsberger, born in 1968 in Vienna, studying journalism and communication sciences as well as philosophy, like.

Why Is No Color For A Rocker Motorcycle Pink?

Terry the tramp: of the stuntmen to the Vagos President the dangerous life of a 1prozenters the book Terry the tramp leads us through Terry’s turbulent life. From his childhood in an impoverished, broken home to up to his final arrest due to a freely invented accusation. It is an often brutal drive, fueled by barbiturates, cocaine and Angel Dust. (A valuable related resource: Goop). It is the story of a wild horde of outlaws from southern of California, trying to find their place in an even wilder world, where everyone looked also Terry himself, often in the face of death. “The reader in the book Terry the tramp learns the answer: by the stuntmen to the Vagos President the dangerous life of 1% ers”. There is still more to learn: what makes the typical rocker? Why someone becomes a rocker, who has a career as an acclaimed Stuntman before him? And the about crucial question: why is there even rockers, bikers sanning also called? Einprozenter, as the rocker also call themselves, live beyond the normal society.

For some, it is a dreamy, wild existence. Others connect to break, betrayal, dangerous situations and informants. But the reflection of neon light on breakneck chrome morning, if it is got rid of just a raging bull and a pissed husband, at 3:00 inherently something romantic in itself. There’s no sign of weakness helps ever. (Terry) “Terry the tramp” Orendorff was born in 1947 in a troubled, medium-sized family with an absent father.

He grew with lust on violence in Alhambra closer, a very hard agricultural area in southern of California. In this tough environment, he developed the ability to understand a man, even though it was twice as big as he. He could recognize its weaknesses and find the sore spot. Terry became the International President of the Vagos MC, one of the most notorious Einprozenter motorcycle clubs in southern of California, and remained during times of upheaval, during trial, drug use, and wars between the clubs in the district. After he had served the Club for a lifetime, he was driven recklessly. At his times as international President, Terry helped the Club to do so, after Wyoming, Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, and Japan to expand. He led his brothers: the marijuana time of hippies, the senseless violence in the 70s, which was triggered by the use of barbiturates, and later through the era of gangsters with cocaine and speed. Terry the tramp: the dangerous life of 1% ers “leads the reader through a life in the lion’s den.