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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    February 23 in German(ic) History: Today we commemorate...

    23.02.1011: Death anniversary of Archbishop Willigis of Mainz, Arch Chancellor of the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation; he was a contemporary of the (German) Empress Theophano (a Byzantine Greek princess) and Empress Adelheid

    23.02.1542: Death anniversary of German explorer Nikolaus Federmann, pioneer of the exploration of South America

    23.02.1766: Alsace-Lorraine in the far west of the Holy Roman Empire is lost to the Kingdom of France, but retains its seat and vote in the German Reichstag in Regensburg until 1801

    23.02.1837: Suicide of national-revolutionary writer Friedrich Ludwig Weidig in a prison in Darmstadt, Hessia, after many years of dungeon, humiliation and torture

    23.02.1901: Birthday of Edgar Ende, most important German Surrealist painter
    23.02.1921: Death anniversary of Tyrolean poet Angelika Hörmann
    23.02.1921: Death anniversary of Otto Piper, founder of scientific castle research
    23.02.1922: Premiere of the Gerhart Hauptmann's drama "Das Opfer" ("The Sacrifice") in Dresden
    23.02.1932: The Central Committee of the Communist Party of Germany decides on a declaration stating: "Against the tributary slavery of the German nation, against Versailles")
    23.02.1942: Death anniversary of song composer Robert Katscher
    23.02.1951: Renewed occupation of Helgoland by German students, who protest against the continued bombing of the sandstone island by the royal airforce, six years after the end of hostilities of WW II!
    23.02.1951: Ria Baran and Paul Falk from Dortmund win the World Figure Skating Championships held in Milan, Italy
    23.02.1981: The first permanent German research station in Antarctica starts its mission
    23.02.1996: Death anniversary of Helmut Schön, trainer of the German national soccer team that won the World Cup in 1974

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    February 24 in German(ic) History:

    24.02.1547: Birthday of Johann von Österreich ("Juan d'Austria"), who defeated the Turks in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571
    24.02.1557: Birthday of German Emperor Matthias von Habsburg
    24.02.1582: Pope Gregor XIII introduces that bull that implements the Gregorian calendar (October 4, 1582 to be followed by October 15, 1582). German experts contributed significantly to this bull
    24.02.1786: Birthday of Wilhelm Grimm, one of the world-famous Brothers Grimm, who collected folk and fairy tales, and Germanic myths

    24.02.1811: Birthday of Friedich Bassemann, a politician from Baden and pioneering activist for German unity. He proposed a motion for the election of a National Assembly in 1848
    24.02.1812: Napoleon dictates to the Kingdom of Prussia in the Treaty of Paris that Prussia must provide auxiliary forces for his attack on Russia and that Prussia should bear the cost the French-led march though Prussia!
    24.02.1831: Birthday of Leo Graf von Caprivi, who succeeded Bismarck as Chancellor of the Second German Reich (1890-1900)
    24.02.1841: Birthday of chemist Carl Graefe, who invented the artificial production of alizarin
    24.02.1846: Birthday of sculptor and painter Otto Lessing, a master of monumental art in the Wilhelminian period ("Gründerzeit")
    24.02.1867: The Reichstag of the North German Confederation (1967-1971) opens
    24.02.1867: Birthday of Tyrolean poet Karl Schönherr

    24.02.1912: The German Empress Auguste Viktoria opens the Berlin exhibition "Die Frau im Haus und Beruf" ("The woman at home and in her profession") with some 10.000 participants under the direction of nationalist women's right activist Hedwig Heyl
    24.02.1927: Opening of the Mercedes-Palace in Berlin-Neukölln, Europe´s biggest cinema (3.000 seats)
    24.02.1921: Death anniversary of Gustav Killian, pioneer of modern bronchology
    24.02.1941: Death of vice admiral Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière in a plane crash at Le Bourget, France. With 194 ships and 453.716 BRT sunk between 1914 and 1918, he is the most successful submarine ace ever!

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    February 25 in German(ic) History:

    25.02.1237: The town of Elbing is founded in Prussia. The town is presently still under polish military occupation ("sorry to mention")

    25.02.1591: Birthday of Jesuit Friedrich Spee von Langenfeld, a nationally conscious writer, who campaigned against the obsessive belief in witches

    25.02.1751: Death anniversary of composer Gregor Caspar Schürmann, pioneer of the German national opera (e.g. "Heinrich der Löwe")

    25.02.1816: Death anniversary of Prussian general Friedrich Wilhelm Graf Bülow von Dennewitz, who had contributed considerably to the victory over Napoleon
    25.02.1856: Birthday of Karl Lamprecht, founder of cultural historiography
    25.02.1867: Birthday of poet Rudolf Tarnow, who wrote in Mecklenburgian Low German dialect
    25.02.1877: Birthday of Erich Moritz von Hornbostel, founder of musical ethnology

    25.02.1911: Birthday of nationalistic writer and publicist Kurt Ziesel, one of the pioneering revisionist historians on contemporary German history
    25.02.1916: The German army gains control of the French-controlled Fort Douaumont, Lothringen
    25.02.1936: A compulsory deposit on glass bottles ("Flaschenpfand") is being introduced in the German Reich :nsdap:
    24.02.1944-25.02.1944: Destruction of the Renaissance city of Augsburg by the royal air force and the u.s. air force
    25.02.1947: The Allied military occupation regime in Germany decides on the "dissolution" of Prussia
    25.02.1947: The Austrian ministerial council proclaims Paula von Preradovic's song "Land der Berge, Land am Strome" ("Land of the Mountains, Land along the River") to be Austria's national anthem
    25.02.1986: Death anniversary of nationalist poet Rose von Kracht
    25.02.1992: Inauguration of the Karl-May-Monument in the author's birthplace Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Saxony
    Last edited by Liberator Germaniae; Sunday, February 25th, 2007 at 10:05 PM. Reason: item added

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    February 26 in German(ic) History:

    26.02.1866: Birthday of pioneering geographer Siegfried Passarge
    26.02.1871: Preliminary peace agreement of Versailles between Germany and France

    26.02.1906: Birthday of aeronautic pioneer, writer and producer Hans Bertram
    26.02.1907: Birthday of Dieter Bensinger, pioneering engine designer with Daimler-Benz
    26.02.1921: The world's first sound film is screened in Berlin (the technology was invented by the Germans Engl, Massolle and Vogt)
    26.02.1947: Death anniversary of radiologist Alban Köhler, pioneer of ultraviolet microscopy
    26.02.1947: Execution of German field marshal Alexander Löhr as "war criminal" after a show trial in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
    26.02.1951: Death anniversary of painter Wilhelm Dachauer
    26.02.1951: The royal air force stops bombing the sandstone North Sea island of Heligoland after fierce public protests in Germany
    26.02.1952: Death of sculptor Josef Thorak, master of monumental art
    26.02.1961: Death anniversary of sculptor Karl Albiker
    26.02.2002: Death anniversary of physicist and composer Oscar Sala

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    February 27 in German(ic) History:

    27.02.1861: Birthday of Rudolf Steiner, founder of anthroposophy
    27.02.1866: The Society for the Promotion of Working Women, the so-called "Lette-Verein" is founded under the auspices of the Prussian crown princess Viktoria
    27.02.1882: Birthday of Pan-German Austrian politician, army general and historian Edmund Glaise von Horstenau

    27.02.1906: Birthday of Erich Kern, right-wing author and publicist, pioneer of contemporary historical revisionism
    27.02.1926: The last German newspaper in Italian-occupied South-Tyrol, the "Meraner Zeitung", is banned by Italian authorities
    27.02.1932: The Social-Democractic Party of Germany (SPD) calls for the re-election of Reich’s President Paul von Hindenburg
    27.02.1947: Herbert Hoover, former President of the USA, publishes a report about his recent visit to Germany, where he had witnessed the misery in the occupied country. He pleaded for a just peace with the German people
    27.02.1956: Death anniversary of composer and conductor Günther Ramin
    27.02.1972: Death anniversary of Alwin Seifert, a pioneer of ecological landscapism and ecologically-compatible gardening
    27.02.1991: Death anniversary of political scientist, lecturer and publicist Bernard Willms
    Last edited by Liberator Germaniae; Wednesday, February 28th, 2007 at 05:25 PM. Reason: format

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    Here is the update for yesterday. As I said in my first post: it is never too late!

    February 28 in German(ic) History:

    28.02.1286: The Prussian town of Königsberg is founded

    28.02.1326: Death anniversary of Leopold I, Duke of Austria

    28.02.1551: Death anniversary of reformer Martin Bucer

    28.02.1722: Death anniversary of legal historian Johann Philipp Datt ("Volumen rerum Germanicarum")

    28.02.1777: Birthday of Prussian police official Justus von Gruner, who organized the secret German revolt against Napoleon on the instruction of Prussian statesman Freiherr vom Stein

    28.02.1857: After almost 73 years of continued service in the Austrian Army, field marshall Radetzky retires
    28.02.1871: Birthday of portrait painter Leo von König, master of German impressionism
    28.02.1892: Rudolf Diesel registers the combustion engine at the German Imperial Patent Office

    28.02.1941: The German Theatre of Lille-Rijssel is opened with a performance of Kleist's "Prinz von Homburg"
    28.02.1941: Premiere of the film "Kampfgeschwader Lützow" in Berlin
    28.02.1942: Premiere of Nico Dostal's operetta "Manina" in Berlin

    28.02.1946: Drastic reduction of food rations down to 1010 calories per day in the british-occupied sector of Berlin. This resulted in mass of deaths
    28.02.1952: Major general Hellmuth Becker of the Waffen-SS is executed following a Stalinist show-trial in the Soviet Union
    28.02.1992: Death anniversary of captain Hans Baur
    28.02.2002: Death anniversary of violinist and composer Helmut Zacharias

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    March 1 in German(ic) History:

    1792: Death anniversary of German Emperor Leopold II

    1826: Death anniversary of Friedrich Weinbrenner, architect and town planner of Karlsruhe

    1871: Birthday of painter Ferdinand Andri

    1871: Birthday of Ernst Leitz, pioneer of the optic industry ("Leica"-camera, 1924)

    1876: Carl Linde obtains the patent for the world's first fridge
    1882: The first electric streets lights in operation at the Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
    1886: Birthday of admiral Adolf von Trotha, chief of staff of the German navy (1916-1918)

    1887: Birthday of WW II general Georg-Hans Reinhardt
    1901: The first part of the world's first and only suspension railway is opened for traffic in the city of Wuppertal. It is still in operation today.

    1926: Mass rallies of ethnic Germans in Bohemia and Moravia against a discriminating czech (sorry to mention!) language proclamation
    1932: The czech (sorry to mention!) government bans the Sudeten-German mass organisation "Volkssport"
    1932: Opening of the first overhead-line busline from Idar an der Nahe till Tiefenstein
    1936: The Minister of Transport of the German Reich, Freiherr Eltz von Rübenach, conducts the world's first televised phone call at the Leipzig trade fair
    1937: Ernst Baier and Maxi Herber win the world championships in figure skating held in London
    1941: Bulgaria aligns with the German-led Axis Powers in WW II

    1952: Britain returns the North Sea sandstone island Heligoland to Germany. On this occasion the Bundespost, the German postal service, issues a stamp with the slogan: "Heligoland is free again!"

    1997: Some 5000 young Germans under the auspices of the youth organisation "Junge Nationaldemokraten" demonstrate against a controversial 'documentary' exhibition about the German army during WW II in Munich. The state-sponsored exhibition contained falsified and misleading material!

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    March 2 in German(ic) History:

    1481: Birthday of Franz von Sickingen, commander of the Knights’ Revolt

    1822: Birthday of vice admiral Eduard von Jachmann, reformer of the Prussian navy
    1836: Birthday of orientologist Theodor Nöldecke, who wrote comments on the Quran
    1861: Establishment of the German Sea Rescue Society
    1892: Birthday of poet and author of historical novels Heinrich Zerkaulen

    1907: Premiere of Austrian composer Oscar Straus' operetta "Ein Walzertraum" in Vienna
    1927: Death anniversary of outstanding music historian Marie Lipsius
    1932: German is made official language in the Eupen-Malmedy region, that was seized by Belgium from the German Reich in violation of international law after 1918
    1937: Premiere of the German Swiss composer Othmar Schoeck's opera "Massimilla Doni" in Dresden
    1942: Premiere of Paul Höffer's Symphonic Variations Op. 47 by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
    1946: Death anniversary of architect Hermann Billing, who built the Kiel city hall in 1911

    1972: Death anniversary of German soprano Erna Sack, "the German Nightingale". Commemorate her 35th death anniversary by listening to her coloratura voice (Part I of Video)!

    [MEDIA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHKdFjICVWM[/MEDIA]

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    March 3rd

    More from Wikipedia. At least it's not Conservapedia.

    Events
    1639 - The early settlement of Taunton, Massachusetts is incorporated as a town.
    1791 - The United States Mint is created by the U.S. Congress.
    1817 - The Alabama Territory is created by splitting the Mississippi Territory.
    1820 - The U.S. Congress passes the Missouri Compromise.
    1845 - Florida is admitted as the 27th U.S. state.
    1845 - For the first time the U.S. Congress passes legislation overriding a presidential veto.
    1849 - Minnesota Territory organizes as a political division of the United States.
    1849 - The United States Department of the Interior is established.
    1849 - The U.S. Congress passes the Gold Coinage Act allowing the minting of gold coins.
    1863 - Idaho Territory organizes as a political division of the United States.
    1879 - The United States Geological Survey is created.
    1891 - The Penalty Spot Kick rule in Football is conceived, but does not come into effect until the next season
    1904 - Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany becomes the first person to make a sound recording of a political document, using Thomas Edison's cylinder.
    1915 - NACA, the predecessor of NASA founded.
    1931 - The United States officially adopts "The Star-Spangled Banner" as its national anthem.
    1933 - Mount Rushmore National Memorial is dedicated.
    1943 - World War II: In London, 173 people are killed in a crush while trying to enter an air-raid shelter at Bethnal Green tube station.
    1949 - The Tucker Automobile Corporation folds.
    1997 - The tallest free-standing structure in the Southern Hemisphere, Sky Tower in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, opens after two-and-a-half years of construction.
    2002 - Citizens of Switzerland narrowly vote in favour of their country becoming a member of the United Nations.
    2005 - Steve Fossett becomes the first person to fly an airplane around the world solo without any stops without refueling - a journey of 40,234 km/25,000 mi completed in 67 hours and 2 minutes.

    Births
    1589 - Gisbertus Voetius, Dutch theologian (d. 1676)
    1606 - Edmund Waller, British poet (d. 1687)
    1652 - Thomas Otway, British dramatist (d. 1685)
    1793 - William Charles Macready, English actor (d. 1873)
    1800 - Heinrich Georg Bronn, German geologist (d. 1862)
    1805 - Jonas Furrer, first President of the Swiss Confederation, (d. 1861)
    1831 - George Pullman, American inventor and industrialist (d. 1897)
    1845 - Georg Cantor, German mathematician (d. 1918)
    1847 - Alexander Graham Bell, Scottish inventor (d. 1922)
    1886 - Tore Ørjasæter, Norwegian poet (d. 1968)
    1895 - Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch, Norwegian economist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1973)
    1918 - Arthur Kornberg, American biochemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
    1918 - Fritz Thiedemann, German equestrian (d. 2000)

    Deaths
    1554 - John Frederick, Elector of Saxony (b. 1503)
    1703 - Robert Hooke, English scientist (b. 1635)
    1706 - Johann Pachelbel, German composer (b. 1653)
    1765 - William Stukeley, English arhaeologist (b. 1687)
    1792 - Robert Adam, Scottish architect (b. 1728)

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    Re: Today in Germanic History

    Quote Originally Posted by Leofric View Post
    March 3rd

    More from Wikipedia. At least it's not Conservapedia.

    Events
    1639 - The early settlement of Taunton, Massachusetts is incorporated as a town.
    1791 - The United States Mint is created by the U.S. Congress.
    1817 - The Alabama Territory is created by splitting the Mississippi Territory.
    1820 - The U.S. Congress passes the Missouri Compromise.
    1845 - Florida is admitted as the 27th U.S. state.
    1845 - For the first time the U.S. Congress passes legislation overriding a presidential veto.
    1849 - Minnesota Territory organizes as a political division of the United States.
    1849 - The United States Department of the Interior is established.
    1849 - The U.S. Congress passes the Gold Coinage Act allowing the minting of gold coins.
    1863 - Idaho Territory organizes as a political division of the United States.
    1879 - The United States Geological Survey is created.
    1891 - The Penalty Spot Kick rule in Football is conceived, but does not come into effect until the next season
    1904 - Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany becomes the first person to make a sound recording of a political document, using Thomas Edison's cylinder.
    1915 - NACA, the predecessor of NASA founded.
    1931 - The United States officially adopts "The Star-Spangled Banner" as its national anthem.
    1933 - Mount Rushmore National Memorial is dedicated.
    1943 - World War II: In London, 173 people are killed in a crush while trying to enter an air-raid shelter at Bethnal Green tube station.
    1949 - The Tucker Automobile Corporation folds.
    1997 - The tallest free-standing structure in the Southern Hemisphere, Sky Tower in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, opens after two-and-a-half years of construction.
    2002 - Citizens of Switzerland narrowly vote in favour of their country becoming a member of the United Nations.
    2005 - Steve Fossett becomes the first person to fly an airplane around the world solo without any stops without refueling - a journey of 40,234 km/25,000 mi completed in 67 hours and 2 minutes.

    Births
    1589 - Gisbertus Voetius, Dutch theologian (d. 1676)
    1606 - Edmund Waller, British poet (d. 1687)
    1652 - Thomas Otway, British dramatist (d. 1685)
    1793 - William Charles Macready, English actor (d. 1873)
    1800 - Heinrich Georg Bronn, German geologist (d. 1862)
    1805 - Jonas Furrer, first President of the Swiss Confederation, (d. 1861)
    1831 - George Pullman, American inventor and industrialist (d. 1897)
    1845 - Georg Cantor, German mathematician (d. 1918)
    1847 - Alexander Graham Bell, Scottish inventor (d. 1922)
    1886 - Tore Ørjasæter, Norwegian poet (d. 1968)
    1895 - Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch, Norwegian economist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1973)
    1918 - Arthur Kornberg, American biochemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
    1918 - Fritz Thiedemann, German equestrian (d. 2000)

    Deaths
    1554 - John Frederick, Elector of Saxony (b. 1503)
    1703 - Robert Hooke, English scientist (b. 1635)
    1706 - Johann Pachelbel, German composer (b. 1653)
    1765 - William Stukeley, English arhaeologist (b. 1687)
    1792 - Robert Adam, Scottish architect (b. 1728)
    Are Scots considered Germanic? I thought many of them were primarily Celtic.

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