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tradition
Since Herodotus, the "father of historiography", there has been a continuous tradition of historiography. Even if the ancient Greek pioneers were primarily concerned with remembering the great deeds of the past, they were guided by facts, not fiction. It was not the continuation of the myth that was relevant, but the things as they actually happened. They have this approach in common with the academic subject "History", which was born in the early 19th century. The famous German historian Leopold von Ranke outlined the task of the science of history as follows: "History has been given the office of judging the past, of instructing the world around us for the benefit of future years; such high offices do not defeat the present attempt: he just wants say how it actually was. "

method
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Disciplines
The story is divided into individual disciplines based on common periodizations:
The "ancient history" is closely related to classical philology, classical archeology and oriental studies.
The "History of the Middle Ages" is primarily accessible to us on the basis of handwritten traditions.
The "modern history" begins, depending on the doctrine, with the discovery of America by Columbus, the invention of printing by Gutenberg or the Reformation in the early 16th century.
From 1789 - the year of the storm on the Paris Bastille - we speak of the "latest history",
since the 1st World War of "contemporary history", which for its part is again closely related to "political science". The thematic priorities are economic and social history, while Western European history or world history work with geographical aspects.
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The online version contains the magazine articles under the heading "Timings" from issue 01/2001. There is a pretty good search function, but no overview of the articles.

You can search through all the booklets in the booklet archive.

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Current times - the historical reviews of the month:


On October 19, 2008, short articles were to be found under the following headings:


  • 600 BC BC - Marseille is founded
  • 597 BC - Beginning of the Babylonian captivity
  • 548/47 BC BC - A temple in marble
  • 538 BC BC - Polykrates wins the tyranny on Samos
  • 497 BC BC - establishment of the Saturnalia
  • 494 BC - The plebeians strike
  • 490 BC BC - The Battle of Marathon
  • 484 BC BC - Heroic rulers
  • 478/77 BC - The "long walls" of Athens
  • 467 BC BC - Aeschylus wins the tragic competition
  • 464 BC BC - Earthquake in Sparta
  • 439 BC BC - Panem et circenses
  • 438 BC BC - Statue of Athena Parthenos completed
  • 433/32 BC Chr. - tears in court
  • 429 BC BC - Prominent epidemic victim
  • 423 BC Chr. - Criticism of the Sophists
  • 413 BC BC - fateful lunar eclipse
  • 404 BC BC - Dionysius against Syracuse
  • 387 BC BC - Rescue geese
  • 356 BC - Birth of Alexander the Great
  • 349 BC - Demosthenes against Philip II.
  • 341 BC - Flaming speeches against Philip II of Macedonia
  • 335 BC - The destruction of Thebes
  • 325 BC BC - Alexander the Great
  • 324 BC - The mass wedding of Susa
  • 323 BC BC - Roman envoy to Alexander?
  • 312 BC BC - Construction of the Via Appia
  • 311 BC BC - The founding of Alexandria
  • 306 BC BC - Epicurus founds the "School of the Garden"
  • 297 BC BC - Death of the first Indian grand ruler
  • around 296 BC BC - Foundation of the Museion in Alexandria
  • 295 BC BC - The sacrifice of Sentinum
  • 287 BC - The last Secessio plebis
  • 279 BC BC - A Pyrrhic victory
  • 264 BC BC - First gladiator fights in Rome
  • 263 BC - Finally a clock for Rome
  • 262 BC BC - Roman fleet building
  • 249 BC BC - A religious outrage
  • 248 BC - Measurement of the globe
  • 247 BC BC - First Chinese emperor ascends the throne
  • around 227 BC BC - The Colossus of Rhodes falls
  • 204 BC BC - A deity for Rome
  • 186 BC BC - prohibition of bacchanalia
  • 02.183 BC BC - Hannibal's suicide
  • 169 BC BC - Greek philosophers in Rome
  • June 21, 168 BC BC - A battle and its aftermath
  • 148 BC BC - The end of the Macedonian monarchy
  • 133 BC BC - Rome inherits an empire
  • 01.03.86 BC BC - Sulla brings Athens "to reason"
  • 86 BC BC - Athens is sacked
  • 78 BC BC - Construction of the Tabularium in Rome
  • 73 BC BC - The revolt of Spartacus
  • 67 BC - Campaign against the pirates
  • September 29, 61 BC - The triumphal procession of Pompey
  • 1. 1. 61 BC BC - Scandal at the festival of Bona Dea
  • 61 BC - The triumphal procession of Pompey
  • 59 BC BC - Cicero and Flaccus
  • 58 BC Chr.- Caesar is rehabilitating himself in Gaul
  • 49 BC BC - Cicero's divorce
  • February 15, 44 BC BC - Does Caesar want to become king?
  • 44 BC - death of Ptolemy XIV.
  • 11/27/43 BC BC - The second triumvirate
  • 01.08.30 BC BC - Suicide by Antony and Cleopatra
  • 30.19 v. BC - Dedication of the Ara Pacis
  • 8 v. - The new month of August



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19.10.2008:


  • 27 - Tiberius on Capri
  • 1. 8. 45 - A solar eclipse
  • at 46 - London Bridge is built
  • April 21, 47 - Roman spelling reform
  • 48 - scandal at the wedding
  • 54 - A failed project
  • October 13, 54 - The death of Claudius
  • 59 - Riot in Pompeii
  • July 19, 64 - The fire of Rome
  • 11/28/67 - Greek freedom
  • 96 - The Revelation of John
  • 97 - Beginning of the adoptive empire
  • 105 - Invention of paper
  • 108 - Via Traiana built
  • 112 - Judgments against Christians
  • 164 - How to write history?
  • 165 - suicide in Olympia
  • at 175 - Mark Aurel's self-contemplations
  • May 16, 218 - Elagabal becomes emperor
  • 244 - Victory for West and East
  • 254 - The Death of the Origines
  • 301 - The reform emperor
  • 303 - Christians under the sword
  • 312 - In this sign you will win
  • 321 - Sunday becomes a legal day of rest
  • 325 - Church Council in Nicaea
  • September 17, 335 - Inauguration of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
  • 363 - Emperor Julian's death
  • July 21, 365 - Tsunami in the Eastern Mediterranean
  • 452 - The Huns devastate Northern Italy
  • 453 - Attila's death
  • 02.06.455 - The Vandal in Rome
  • 08. 476 - The end of western Rome
  • 493 - Theodoric becomes ruler of Italy
  • 02. 506 - The right of the Visigoths
  • 12. 536 - Rome Roman again
  • 08/01/608 - Memorial for a monster
  • September 20, 622 - A new era
  • April 28, 711 - Landing on Mount Tarik
  • 19. 07. 711 - End of the Visigoth Empire
  • 03. 717 - Fight for the succession
  • November 30, 722 - Boniface becomes mission bishop
  • Sep 24, 768 - King Pippin dies
  • August 15, 778 - Disaster for the Franks
  • 08.06.793 - Attack on Lindisfarne
  • April 20, 798 - Salzburg becomes an archbishopric
  • July 20, 802 - An elephant in the Franconian Empire
  • September 11, 813 - Ludwig becomes co-emperor of Charlemagne
  • 14.02.842 - Brotherly alliance
  • 08.08.870 - King's meeting in Meerssen
  • 04.02.900 - Choosing a child
  • 05. 919 - Will of the German Empire?
  • 03.15.933 - Victory over the Hungarians
  • 08.06.935 - Epiphany meeting
  • October 1, 948 - Beginning of the Slavic mission
  • November 8, 969 - Honorary seat for Fulda
  • November 1, 996 - Austria is mentioned for the first time in a document
  • December 25, 1000 - Coronation of Stephen of Hungary
  • 04. 1001 - Archdiocese of Gran founded
  • 02. 1002 - Imperial insignia as a bargaining chip
  • November 13, 1002 - Massacre on St. Brice's Day
  • November 30, 1016 - Viking Knut becomes King of England
  • 04.06.1039 - Death of the first Salier emperor
  • December 23, 1046 - Turbulence around four popes
  • October 05, 1056 - The widow's hour
  • 08. 1059 - Pope enfeoffs Normans
  • March 29, 1065 - Henry IV comes of age
  • August 19, 1071 - The beginning of the end?
  • 02.02.1074 - Peace with the Saxons?
  • 01.1076 - "Come down!"
  • October 15, 1080 - Rudolf von Rheinfelden dies
  • 12. 02. 1111 - Scandal in St. Peter's Church
  • 02. 1113 - The Pope and the Johanniter
  • September 13, 1125 - Tumult in Mainz
  • 09.1131 - Queen of Jerusalem
  • 04.06.1133 - Lothar becomes emperor
  • 07.03.1138 - A Hohenstaufen on the throne
  • July 25, 1139 - Burgundy becomes the first king of Portugal
  • June 11, 1144 - Architecture of light
  • May 18, 1152 - A brilliant game
  • November 4, 1154 - An Englishman becomes Pope
  • September 17, 1156 - Austria becomes a duchy
  • 10th 1157 - Court day at Besançon
  • June 14, 1158 - The founding of Munich
  • 04/05/1167 - Salzburg in flames
  • 1. 12. 1167 - League against the Emperor
  • 09.08.1173 - Construction of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • September 16, 1180 - The fall of Henry the Lion
  • November 4, 1184 - Against the heretics
  • 01/27/1186 - King Henry VI. get married
  • June 21, 1208 - Blood deed in Bamberg
  • 01.06.1217 - Departure for the crusade
  • 16. 01. 1219 - The first Marcellus flood
  • November 22, 1220 - Frederick II becomes emperor
  • October 3, 1226 - "My brother, death, come"
  • 16. 07. 1228 - Canonization of Francis
  • March 18, 1229 - Coronation in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
  • June 13, 1231 - Turbulence around a dead man
  • 05.1233 - Hallelujah!
  • 01.13. 1257 - Richard of Cornwall Roman-German King
  • 02.02.1257 - The "good fortune"
  • October 29, 1268 - The last Hohenstaufen is beheaded
  • 12. 1268 - Pope election begins in Viterbo
  • October 01, 1273 - The "little count"
  • 30. 03. 1282 - The "Sicilian Vespers"
  • May 18, 1291 - The Mamelukes conquer Akko
  • April 20, 1298 - Revolt against the Jews
  • October 13, 1307 - Strike against the Templars
  • September 28, 1322 - Decision on the battlefield
  • March 23, 1324 - Church ban on Ludwig the Bavarian
  • 04/05/1328 - Scottish independence enshrined
  • November 1, 1341 - The shameless Countess
  • May 03, 1342 - Liechtenstein was born
  • May 20, 1347 - A tribune of the people in Rome
  • 03.08.1347 - Calais surrenders
  • October 8, 1347 - The great death
  • October 11, 1347 - Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria dies
  • 01/25/1348 - The earth is shaking!
  • February 17, 1370 - Victory over the Lithuanians
  • February 22, 1371 - First Stuart to take the throne of Scotland
  • July 4, 1376 - Swabian cities against emperor and prince
  • 17. 01. 1377 - Return of the papacy to Rome
  • October 23, 1385 - Clear the way for the University of Heidelberg
  • March 20, 1393 - Death in Moldova
  • September 14, 1396 - Constitution for Cologne
  • July 20, 1397 - The Kalmar Union
  • 08/20/1400 - King Wenceslas was deposed
  • 23.03.1415 - Highness of the Council
  • April 18, 1417 - The Hohenzollerns make a career
  • July 30, 1419 - First lintel in Prague
  • April 18, 1454 - Treaty between Venice and the Ottoman Empire
  • April 14, 1455 - Against gambling addiction
  • July 25, 1456 - Consecration of the Ulm Minster
  • 03/05/1460 - Undivided forever
  • October 19, 1469 - Secret wedding
  • August 9, 1471 - Francesco della Rovere
  • February 18, 1478 - Death due to high treason
  • 01/06/1485 - Saint Leopold
  • 03.06.1492 - Behaim's potato
  • 10. 1492 - Smoking becomes European
  • May 20, 1498 - Sea route to India discovered
  • May 23, 1498 - Girolamo Savonarola is executed
  • January 13, 1501 - First printed hymn book
  • October 18, 1502 - University of Wittenberg opened
  • 09.1504 - Michelangelo's David
  • April 18, 1506 - Higher, bigger, more beautiful
  • November 1, 1512 - The "lamp of our art" unveiled
  • March 27, 1513 - Land of Eternal Youth?
  • 08/24/1516 - Egypt under Ottoman rule
  • April 22, 1519 - return of the feathered serpent?
  • June 15, 1520 - Luther condemned as a heretic
  • 01.07.1523 - Martyrs of the Reformation
  • 08.1523 - A refuge for the poor
  • April 8, 1525 - Prussia was born
  • 19. 07. 1525 - An alliance against the new doctrine
  • 25.09.1529 - The Turks before Vienna!
  • October 11, 1531 - The Second War near Kappel
  • 07/27/1532 - First general penal code
  • February 27, 1534 - The Anabaptist Empire in Münster
  • May 10, 1534 - Newfoundland under the French flag
  • May 19, 1536 - "and my neck is very slim"
  • February 12, 1541 - "Santiago del Nuevo Estremo"
  • July 21, 1542 - The pure teaching
  • November 20, 1542 - "New laws" against Indian slavery
  • 05.1543 - In the middle the sun
  • January 2, 1547 - The Fiesco conspiracy in Genoa
  • September 22, 1548 - Saxon State Orchestra founded
  • 07.1553 - Queen for nine days
  • July 19, 1553 - Mary becomes queen
  • October 27, 1553 - Naturalist burned as a heretic
  • 01.03.1562 - Bloodbath in Wassy
  • February 25, 1570 - Banishing the Queen
  • October 07, 1571 - Battle of Lepanto
  • September 27, 1583 - A witch is on fire in Vienna
  • 03. 1591 - Inauguration of the stone Rialto Bridge
  • September 19, 1597 - The "Miracle of Myongyang"
  • October 11, 1605 - The knight of the sad figure
  • October 2, 1608 - The first telescope
  • 04/01/1611 - Galileo with the Pope
  • April 20, 1611 - Macbeth on the stage
  • 03/05/1616 - "Wrong and erroneous"
  • 03.06.1621 - Foundation of the Dutch West India Company
  • 04.07.1630 - The Swedes land on Usedom
  • September 17, 1630 - The founding of Boston
  • May 20, 1631 - "Magdeburg Wedding"
  • July 4, 1631 - The first "employment office"
  • November 16, 1632 - Death on the battlefield
  • April 12, 1633 - Trial of Galileo
  • May 02, 1635 - Medicinal herbs for the king
  • 08.1636 - Hieroglyphics riddle
  • October 28, 1636 - Harvard College founded
  • December 13, 1642 - The discovery of New Zealand
  • May 14, 1643 - “Dieudonné” becomes king
  • August 26, 1648 - Day of the Barricades in Paris
  • December 1, 1651 - Strike against the Dutch trading power
  • 16. 12. 1653 - England's first constitution
  • 06.06.1654 - Christina of Sweden abdicates
  • May 10, 1655 - The British conquer Jamaica
  • November 07, 1659 - Half Spain, half France
  • November 14, 1665 - Hereditary monarchy is introduced in Denmark
  • 02.09.1666 - London in flames
  • March 15, 1667 - Police force for Paris
  • February 17, 1673 - Molière dies
  • March 29, 1673 - Away with the papists
  • 07/12/1679 - Habeas Corpus Record
  • March 14, 1681 - Founding of Pennsylvania
  • October 04, 1689 - Execution at the Tsar's court
  • 16. 12. 1692 - Elector for Hanover
  • June 27, 1693 - The first women's magazine
  • November 26, 1695 - Henry Purcell is buried
  • 01.06.1697 - Change of denominations
  • 01/01/1700 - The dawn of a new time
  • 01.1708 - From the "Philosopher's Stone" to "White Gold"
  • September 24, 1708 - Denmark's first social reform
  • 08.08.1709 - Hot air in the royal palace
  • May 13, 1710 - From the plague house to the clinic
  • 07/01/1714 - First patent for a typewriter
  • 08/01/1715 - First official rowing regatta
  • June 24, 1717 - First Masonic Grand Lodge
  • October 31, 1731 - Protestants are driven out of Salzburg
  • February 24, 1737 - The theater and censorship
  • 03. 01. 1738 - The crowned poetess
  • March 14, 1739 - Prohibition of “peasant laying” in Prussia
  • 04/02/1744 - The fight for the silver club
  • June 2, 1751 - The first magazine for teenagers
  • May 6th, 1754 - First woman becomes a medical doctor
  • June 23, 1757 - English win in Bengal
  • February 15, 1763 - Peace of Hubertusburg
  • 01/14/1772 - Execution of a child murderer
  • July 21, 1773 - Abolition of the Jesuit order
  • 02.01.1776 - Abolition of torture in Austria
  • March 23, 1776 - German National Theater next to the castle
  • 04.07.1776 - "... that all people are created equal"
  • 03.08.1778 - Opening of the Scala
  • April 14, 1783 - Appeal for religious tolerance
  • October 15, 1783 - First manned balloon flight
  • December 14, 1784 - Mozart becomes a Freemason
  • 07.02.1786 - Musical competition in Schönbrunn
  • May 1, 1786 - Turbulent world premiere of an opera
  • 08/08/1786 - On the summit of Mont Blanc
  • November 30, 1786 - Abolition of the death penalty in Tuscany
  • 03.08.1787 - The roof of Europe
  • September 18, 1787 - A new constitution
  • 01/26/1788 - In the beginning there was the penal colony
  • September 13, 1788 - New York becomes the capital
  • 10. 1789 - Frog legs twitching
  • June 20, 1791 - Escape to Varennes
  • 06.08.1791 - Brandenburg Gate opened to traffic
  • December 15, 1791 - Protection of human rights
  • March 17, 1792 - Deadly masked ball
  • 04/01/1792 - A garden for the people
  • 04/02/1792 - Modest start for the US dollar
  • 30. 07. 1792 - battle song of the revolution
  • December 11, 1792 - The king has to go to court
  • 04/06/1793 - Committee of Secrets founded
  • November 18, 1793 - From the residence palace to the museum
  • 02/05/1794 - Prussian divorce
  • 04/07/1795 - The measure of all things
  • 15. 01. 1797 - Completely new fashions
  • 12. 02. 1797 - Hymn for the Emperor
  • 02. 1798 - Revolution in Switzerland
  • 09/21/1799 - Patent for the "thermal lamp"
  • July 16, 1801 - Concordat signed
  • November 7, 1801 - The "Volta Column"
  • May 19, 1802 - “Flitterwerk” for the republic
  • 08.06.1802 - End of a robber career
  • August 03, 1804 - Humboldt ends his trip to South America
  • January 11, 1907 - German - Danish - stateless
  • August 26, 1807 - Compulsory vaccination in Bavaria
  • September 10, 1810 - A technical language for chemists
  • 02.09.1811 - Guild obligation lifted
  • July 12, 1812 - Canada remains British
  • March 10, 1813 - Donated the Iron Cross
  • May 29, 1813 - Telegraph line is established
  • 04/06/1814 - The return of the Bourbons
  • 12. 02. 1817 - Battle of Chacabuco
  • June 11, 1817 - Maiden voyage with the bone shaker
  • 09/01/1818 - The first blood transfusion
  • 01/29/1819 - The Singapore Freeport is founded
  • 09/11/1822 - Heresy or Science?
  • February 10, 1823 - The "Zoch kütt" for the first time
  • April 14, 1823 - Steamship on the Danube
  • April 30, 1825 - Association of German Booksellers
  • Sep 22, 1827 - Mormon Revelation
  • April 20, 1828 - The first European in Timbuktu
  • May 26, 1828 - The child of Europe
  • July 25, 1828 - Bösendorfer founds piano workshop
  • March 10, 1831 - Foreign Legion founded
  • November 21, 1831 - "Work or Death"
  • October 31, 1833 - "Rauhes Haus" opened
  • December 25, 1833 - Athens becomes the capital of Greece
  • 08/01/1834 - Great Britain abolishes slavery
  • October 25, 1836 - A gift weighing tons for Paris
  • September 12, 1839 - First camera on sale
  • 06.02.1840 - New Zealand under British rule
  • March 28, 1842 - Foundation of the Vienna Philharmonic
  • March 18, 1843 - Out for the "Rheinische Zeitung"
  • November 7th, 1844 - first edition of the "Fliegende Blätter"
  • October 2nd, 1845 - End of the Lepsius expedition
  • October 18, 1846 - Anesthesia was born
  • 26. 07. 1847 - Republic of the Free founded
  • November 29, 1847 - The last Swiss war
  • 09.02.1849 - Republic of Papal States
  • 7. 8. 1851 - Setback for the "father of the kindergarten"
  • March 20, 1852 - bestseller against slavery
  • April 18, 1855 - Thailand maintains independence
  • January 24, 1857 - Trial of scandal writers begins
  • October 24, 1857 - First football club founded in England
  • December 31, 1857 - Ottawa becomes the capital
  • February 11, 1858 - Apparition of the Virgin Mary in Lourdes
  • May 24, 1859 - First Atlantic crossing with steam
  • March 17, 1861 - Padre della Patria
  • May 01, 1865 - Wiener Ringstrasse is inaugurated
  • 04/09/1866 - Civil rights for freed slaves
  • September 5, 1866 - "The most beautiful and splendid house of God"
  • December 13, 1866 - The first “modern” typewriter
  • May 11, 1867 - I welle bleiwen wat me sin
  • 07/01/1867 - Dominion of Canada founded
  • December 10, 1871 - "We're not going to Canossa"
  • 01.17.1873 - Virchow's Kulturkampf
  • March 11, 1874 - People in the zoo
  • May 23, 1875 - forerunner of the SPD founded
  • February 14, 1876 - Two applications for a patent
  • 08/23/1877 - Marked with "Made in" for the first time
  • March 28, 1882 - Marianne instead of crucifix
  • May 06, 1882 - Immigration stopped
  • June 15, 1883 - Health insurance becomes compulsory
  • October 04, 1883 - The Orient Express starts
  • April 21, 1887 - hour of revenge?
  • September 19, 1888 - The most beautiful woman in Spa
  • 04/02/1889 - Bankruptcy of the French canal company
  • August 14, 1893 - First driving test for motorists
  • November 8, 1895 - Röntgen discovers X-rays
  • 1. 1. 1896 - "Youth - everything is said with that"
  • March 1, 1901 - Wuppertal suspension railway opened
  • June 17, 1901 - A successful spelling reform
  • July 18, 1901 - An expedition into the ice
  • December 2nd, 1901 - The first razor
  • December 4, 1901 - Jews are allowed to remain judges
  • January 13, 1902 - The first German "adult education center"
  • April 28, 1902 - First reading about first diets
  • March 01, 1903 - Fingerprints help the police
  • May 21, 1904 - FIFA is founded
  • 07.07.1904 - Religious are no longer allowed to be teachers
  • 02. 1905 - First revolution in Russia
  • 07.06.1905 - Norwegian-Swedish Union
  • November 15, 1906 - SPD party school opened
  • February 18, 1907 - Strike at German schools
  • November 8, 1907 - forerunner of fax
  • 01. 1908 - "Scouting for Boys"
  • February 12, 1908 - Around the world by car
  • August 5th, 1908 - The Echterdingen disaster
  • October 07, 1908 - Women's studies admitted to Prussia
  • 01.01.1909 - Introduction of the postal check
  • October 13, 1909 - “Hangman's balls” for Francisco Ferrer
  • November 16, 1909 - The world's first airline
  • 04/01/1911 - Krupp apartments ready for occupancy
  • May 26, 1911 - More autonomy for Alsace-Lorraine
  • 03.06.1912 - Exoticism in Hamburg
  • September 12, 1912 - Foundation of a national library
  • October 21, 1912 - popular sport promoted
  • 08.01.1912 - "We are one people"
  • March 21, 1913 - Schweitzer set out for Africa
  • 04.07.1913 - PVC plastic patented
  • November 20, 1913 - Kaiser forbids tango in uniform
  • April 26, 1914 - “Aircraft carrier” in action for the first time
  • 01/29/1916 - German zeppelins over Paris
  • February 5th, 1916 - Four letters against the war
  • 03.08.1916 - Irish freedom fighter executed
  • 07/19/1917 - The invention of the House of Windsor
  • December 18, 1917 - Ufa is founded
  • July 17, 1918 - end of tsarism
  • July 25, 1919 - Finland's first President
  • September 28, 1919 - Luxembourg remains monarchy
  • October 14, 1920 - Piscator's "Proletarian Theater" opened
  • April 7, 1923 - Schlageter arrested
  • May 13, 1923 - Honor the mothers
  • 06/01/1923 - Protection against dismissal introduced
  • August 11, 1923 - Prize in memory of Büchner
  • March 29, 1925 - First direct election of the Reich President
  • December 20, 1924 - Introduction of the "Alpine dollar"
  • June 13, 1926 - A monument to the revolution
  • June 29, 1926 - Daimler-Benz AG founded
  • 09/03/1926 - “Langer Lulatsch” in operation
  • August 23, 1927 - Sacco and Vanzetti are executed
  • September 23, 1927 - Germany and the International Court of Justice
  • October 26, 1927 - free consumption
  • November 25, 1927 - eleven-year-old violin virtuoso
  • 12. 12. 1927 - Theater around Wilhelm II.
  • July 28, 1928 - Women at the Olympics
  • March 17, 1929 - General Motors buys Opel
  • July 13, 1930 - First soccer World Cup begins
  • 11.12.1930 - "Nothing new in the West" banned
  • 03.03.1931 - America gets an anthem
  • April 12, 1931 - Monarchy voted out of office
  • 07/06/1931 - Moratorium for Germany
  • October 11, 1931 - Front against the Republic
  • 01/24/1935 - Beer in cans
  • May 20, 1936 - Declaration against the war
  • August 29, 1936 - professional revolutionary under arrest
  • June 25, 1938 - Child labor abolished in the USA
  • June 10, 1942 - Lidice's extinction
  • 03.06.1943 - For a free France
  • June 15, 1949 - Operation Overlord
  • August 14, 1945 - Pétain's death sentence
  • September 15, 1945 - composer shot dead
  • 03.02.1947 - The Ahlen program
  • February 25, 1947 - The end for Prussia
  • March 24, 1947 - Two terms of office are sufficient
  • April 14, 1947 - Expedition into the eternal ice
  • Nov. 25, 1947 - America sees red
  • 09.09.1948 - People's Republic of North Korea founded
  • October 07, 1948 - The first “duck” is presented
  • December 9, 1948 - UN outlaws genocide
  • 01/30/1949 - Gandhi murdered
  • June 15, 1949 - A law of first choice
  • 07.12.1949 - "collective shame"
  • October 9, 1950 - Heinemann resigns
  • September 28, 1951 - Federal Constitutional Court opened
  • 06.02.1952 - Elisabeth becomes queen
  • May 2nd, 1952 - The "Deutschlandlied" is the national anthem
  • 01.25.1955 - USSR ends state of war with Germany
  • October 19, 1956 - No agreement on the Kuril Islands
  • October 04, 1957 - Sputnik shock
  • April 07, 1958 - Easter marches begin
  • August 03, 1958 - heading 90 degrees north
  • September 14, 1958 - Franco-German rapprochement
  • October 27, 1959 - VW group is privatized
  • June 13, 1960 - Sihanouk becomes President
  • September 14, 1960 - Foundation of OPEC
  • April 11, 1961 - criminal case 40/61
  • 06.06.1961 - ZDF was born
  • November 14, 1961 - First German woman becomes a minister
  • August 9, 1965 - Singapore becomes independent
  • July 1, 1966 - France leaves NATO
  • February 7, 1971 - Right to vote for Swiss women
  • March 26, 1971 - Bangladesh - the land of the Bengal
  • Nov 6, 1971 - Twelve men against the bomb
  • Sep. 01, 1972 - Chess triumph for USA
  • January 25, 1981 - Settlement with the "Gang of Four"
  • June 5, 1981 - AIDS, the "Scourge of God"
  • January 15, 1983 - The match monopoly is running out
  • May 06, 1983 - Hitler diaries exposed as forgeries
  • November 15, 1983 - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
  • 11. 07. 212 - Citizenship for everyone
  • 31.12.335 - Are we celebrating New Year's Eve?
  • December 26, 537 - Consecration of Hagia Sophia
  • 30. 05. 727 - From bon vivant to patron saint
  • 02.998 - Cruel criminal court



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epoch-3 - epoch 3

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We would like to invite you to travel back in time
  • the new construction locomotives and the pa container
  • the V 200 and the E 10
  • of the blue F-trains and the TEE
  • the kidney table and the cone lamp
  • of the pretzel beetle and the globe Taunus'
  • the petticoat and studded pants
  • the newsreel and the music film
  • the teenagers and the rascals
  • of the economic miracle and rock'n'roll!
Of course, the railroad enthusiast knows what period Era 3 covers. But this site is created by railroad fans, but not exclusively for railroad fans.

Not only the special appearance of the locomotives and wagons shapes our preference for this time, but also the "trappings".

Era 3 stands for the period from the foundation of the Deutsche Bundesbahn in 1949 and ends around 1970 with the introduction of a new, computer-readable numbering system for locomotives at the two German railway administrations.

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Contemporary history: The FRG 1949 to 1970 | The miracle of Bern | The Bundesliga | Broadcasting in Germany after 1945 | The European train | The Alwegbahn | Chronicle of the construction of the wall | Escape and attempted escape from the GDR | The Nitribitt case

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happen
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Fate (W3)

One should think German "history" is a word steeped in history. It probably is, but the family of words is not appropriate to the historical meaning. After all, in the word family you can find the verb "happening", "happening", "fate", "send" and "fate".

The first historical (the adjective has appeared since the 17th century) of German "history" seems to be ahdt. "gisciht" = "happening", "happening", "occurrence", "event", "arrival", "coincidence" to be. Already mhdt. "happened" can be found with additional meanings such as "matter", "thing", "thing", "property", "kind", "manner", "consequence of events". In the 15th century the meanings "narrative" and "report on what happened" were added. German "Geschichte" is used to translate the Latin "historia" and is used synonymously with German "Historie". In the 18th century, German "history" also generally stood for German "science of history". Today "history" can be found in many combinations. Every science has its own history, such as the history of mathematics, the history of philosophy or the history of literature. In general, every human activity has its own story, the love story, natural history, cultural history, intellectual history. Some stories have their prehistory. And if the story does not suit you, you resort to the misrepresentation of history. The short story of the story still has a few more lines to offer.

In the context of the word history of "history" one also finds the verb dt "happening", with ahdt. "giskehan", "ndl." divorced ", old English" gesceon ", which revolves around ahdt." skehan "= German" hurry "," run "," go away quickly "ranken. = German"rush", "run", "fly", "fall", "happen", and Russian "skok" = German "jump", Russian "skocit" = German "jump". So there is a connection between "(historical) event" and "happening quickly", "suddenly occurring". So "history" is what "happened", "incident".

Another relative, German "Geschick" can be found as mhdt. "clever" = German "incident", "order", "statement", "arrangement", "disposition", "testament", "shape", "behavior". Today one finds "skill" in the meaning of "providence", "fate", but also in the sense of German "dexterity". In this sense one also finds the adjective dt. "Skillful" = dt. "To do something with skill".

The verb German "send" = German "let happen", "let happen", "effect", "add", "arrange", "dispose", "show", mhdt., Mndt. "send" = German "set up", "set up", "arrange", "put in the factory", "dispatch", "send", "prepare", "insert oneself" (more colloquially "send oneself"). Today one understands by German "send" above all German "send".

Finally there is also a German "fate" (16th century), which probably comes from ndl. "schiksel" = German "arrangement", "fate" was adopted. Today it is mainly used pejoratively, that is, pejorative in the sense of "painful fate".

All in all, the meaning behind this family of words is "move", "hurry", "go quickly".

Possibly the environment of German "history" or German "send" also includes German "shift" and German "loading" ("Beschciken a blast furnace"). But the derivation is uncertain.

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history

In the abstract sense, the term "history" means the past in its totality. "History" as a scientific discipline includes both theoretically and methodically guided research as well as the presentation and communication of the results.

  • 1 - Middle Ages to the 18th century
  • 1.1 - General, conceptual
  • During the MA and the Renaissance, "history", according to the definition of Isidore of Seville (died 636), meant the events and their report, understood as fate and news of them. Historiography comprised representations of events, of the development of mankind, a people, empire, state or diocese as well as of particular communities such as monasteries and foundations, or was the place of memory of important personalities. The narrative representations are characterized by a great variety, depending on the time, narrative horizon and purpose.

    "History" was never taught as an independent subject in schools and universities, but it had its place as an auxiliary discipline of art, law and theology. Their language in early and high school was exclusively Latin. It was cultivated by the bearers of the written culture, the educated clergy and monasticism. From 12./13. Century the "story" aroused the interest of a further, initially courtly, then also bourgeois lay audience, which is why it was increasingly written in the vernacular. The perspective of their representation narrowed mostly to the territorial history and in the 15th century, as an expression of a new bourgeois self-confidence, to the city - in the Confederation to the individual city republic. Since "history" was now also written or commissioned by educated lay people, e.g. merchants, it partly detached itself from the dominance of the church. She entered the service of the authorities and the state. The Reformation and the conflict of denominations favored the critical-historical foundation of the respective positions. But it was only after the denominational struggles had subsided after 1650/1700 that the source-critical work on "history", namely on the "history" of the Catholic Church of the MA and its orders, was promoted.

  • 1.2 - Early and High Middle Ages
  • 1.3 - Late Middle Ages
  • 1.4 - From the Reformation to the Early Enlightenment
  • 2 - Enlightenment up to the 20th century
  • 2.1 - Construction of a national history
  • 2.2 - The Achievements of Critical History
  • 2.3 - The professionalization of historical research
  • 2.4 - The writing of history since 1950
  • Sources and Literature



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History | historical

"Geschichte", F., Geschichte (Kant et al. 3rd third of the 18th century), 17th century. Sg. "Geschichte" from Pl. "Histories" ("memorable events") from mhd. "Geschicht", "geschichte ", N.," memorable event "(13th century), to mhd." Geschicht ", F.," incident "," event ", ahd." Giskiht "(1000)," gisciht ", F., "Happened", "event", "arrival", "coincidence", "ti" -Abstractum, see "happening", see basic historical terms


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History | historical | Historical image


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Rudolf Eisler: "History"


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Rudolf Eisler - Kant Lexicon: "History"


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Friedrich Kirchner - Dictionary of Basic Philosophical Terms: "History"


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Georg Christoph Lichtenberg: "History"


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Fritz Mauthner - On Linguistics: "History"


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Origin: Documented since the 11th century. Old High German "giskiht" "event", "happening", Middle High German "geschiht", since the 16th century also "(invented) story".
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Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "history" appears in literature around the year 1560/1740.

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German Historical Institute
German History in Documents and Pictures (DGDB)

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German Historical Institute, Washington, DC


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German History in Documents and Images (DGDB) is a comprehensive collection of sources on the political, social and cultural history of Germany from 1500 to the present day. It consists of text sources in the original German version and an English translation as well as a wide range of image sources. The entire work is divided into ten sections that have been put together by well-known specialist representatives. All sources can be used free of charge exclusively for private use, for teaching and research as well as other non-commercial purposes.

DGDB is a project of the German Historical Institute, Washington, DC. It is made possible by the generous support of the Max Kade Foundation and the ZEIT Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius, and carried out in cooperation with the Friends of the German Historical Institute, the Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz and IEG-MAPS, Institute for European History, Mainz.


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Golden Bull (W3)

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650 years ago, the Golden Bull made Frankfurt the place of election for kings.

The "golden bull" originally referred to (in the Middle Ages) only the "gold ball", the gold nugget that was used to seal important documents. At some point the name was transferred to the documents sealed with it.
The "bull" itself - from which the French "ball maker" or "boulanger" = "baker" arose - was originally a "(water) bubble" (Latin "bulla").

If today the "Golden Bull" is mentioned without further information, it is usually referred to as the Golden Bull of Emperor Charles IV. In this document, fundamental laws for the "Holy Roman Empire" were laid down at the Diets of Nuremberg and Metz in 1356.

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HDG (W3)

"HDG" stands for "House of History" (Foundation House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany).

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Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (W3)

The "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation", (962 to 1806), was a former multiethnic state which at the time of its greatest expansion comprised Belgium, parts of Germany, parts of France, parts of Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, parts from Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. The name was a translation of the Latin "Sacrum Romanum Imperium Nationis Germanicae".

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The imperial title "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation", which ran from around 1500 to 1806, was a jigsaw puzzle of historical cluttering of loan elements, adapted Latin foreign words and old Germanic etymologies, from the Byzantine understanding of the empire of the Sacrum Imperium of the Justinian era and its renaissance in the Staufer imperial idea, connected with the Germanic word "Reich" for "Regnum" and "Imperium", also with the Germanized Middle Latin tribal name "natio" and with the old German word "thiudisk" (diutisk). One thinks: The complex history of language and political consciousness in Germany, the change in the levels of understanding up to the modern age, could already be seen from the components of the imperial title alone by means of etymological and semantic analysis of "sacred", "Roman", "German", "national" in, roll up.
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Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation" appears in literature around 1870.

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History portal

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Among many others there are the areas of expertise:
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  • Across epochs: classics of historical science


holocaust
Shoah
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Salvation
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The word "Holocaust" comes from the Greek ("holókaustus") and means "completely burned". It describes the systematic extermination of entire population groups (genocide). In Hebrew, genocide means "Shoah" (= "great catastrophe"). This means the annihilation of the European Jews.
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The scorched earth policy is certainly not an invention of the Germans. But these have brought it to perfection. If people exterminate, then be properly organized. And so the term "Holocaust" is burned into German history - like with "caustic" soda.

Here is a visitor's contribution:
Sorry my German is not too good, but here the etymology of "holocaust":
Middle English, "burnt offering", from Old French "holocauste", from Latin "holocaustum", from Greek "holokauston", from neuter of "holokaustos", "burnt whole": "holo-", "holo-" + " kaustos "," burnt "(from" kaiein "," to burn ").
(A: 'cubs')

Originally "Holocaust" was probably a loan translation of a Hebrew expression for a "completely burned holy sacrifice", which was the custom among some ancient peoples.

In contrast to this, there were also victims who were only symbolically "burned", but were then offered to the participants as welcome food.

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As far as I could understand there is a Hebrew "holah", "olah" = "that which goes up". This is related to the Greek "holos" = "whole" = "whole", "complete". The German "Heil" and "Heilig" = "magic", "favorable omen", "luck" are closely related to the meaning "Heil" = "healthy", "intact", "saved" (cf. the wound is " cured ") together.
So there is a close connection between Hebrew "holah", engl. "whole", dt. "Heil" in the sense of "strive upwards", "intact" = "perfect" = "holy".

Together with the Greek "kaustos" = "burnt" = "burned", this results in both "holy fire (sacrifice)" and "whole burnt-offerings", "an offering entirely consumed by fire "," Sacrifice dans lequel la victime était entièrement consumée par le feu ").
The male sacrificial animals also had to be particularly beautiful, intact animals.

This was the highest conceivable gift of God.

The transfer of the religious "Holocaust" to the burning of millions of people was obvious.
And that turned a sacred ritual into mass murder.

(Whereby the burning of animals and possibly also of enemies was not exactly characterized by compassion.)

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Dictionnaire de l'Académie française: Examples de mots introduits dans la neuvième édition

Société / Politique: "holocauste" (equivalent de l’hébreu "shoah")


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(1) HOLOCAUSTE n. M. XIIIe siècle. Emprunté, par l'intermédiaire du latin chrétien holocaustum, du grec holokaustos, “sacrifice où l'on brûle la victime entière”.

1. RELIG. ANTIQUE. Sacrifice dans lequel la victime était entièrement consumée par le feu. Chez les Hébreux des temps bibliques, les animaux offerts en holocauste devaient être des mâles sans défaut. Chez les Grecs, les dieux chthoniens exigeaient des holocaustes. L'autel des holocaustes. Holocauste expiatoire, propitiatoire. Par méton. La victime ainsi sacrifiée. Deposer l'holocauste sur l'autel. Par anal. S'offrir en holocauste, faire l'offrande de soi-même, de sa vie. Jésus-Christ s'est offert en holocauste pour les péchés des hommes. S'offrir en holocaust à une cause.

2. Se dit de ce qui cause la mort, la destruction d'un grand nombre de personnes. L'holocauste de la Grande Guerre. Specialt. L'Holocauste, le génocide des populations juives perpétré par le régime nazi (equivalent du terme hébreu Shoah).


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ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, burnt offering, from Old French holocauste, from Latin holocaustum, from Greek holokauston, from neuter of holokaustos, burnt whole: holo-, holo- + kaustos, burnt (from kaiein, to burn).
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Other explanations of the origin of the word Holocaust
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"The British diplomat and writer Sir Harold George Nicolson (1886-1968) first coined the word" Holocaust "in an article in the Observer on May 5, 1963." If "hardly anyone" knew this, as Univ.-Prof. Mag. DDr. Heinrich Koch believes that "hardly anyone" knows that the term "Holocaust" has been used in the English version of the Old Testament (Genesis, Exodus) as early as the 13th century and, among others, in John Milton (1608-1674) finds. Every English or French etymology provides information on the origin and use of the word (Greek "holokauston", Latin "holocaustum", Afranz. "Holocauste"), according to which it is not and also from a "coinage" by Harold G. Nicolson The subsequent transfer of meaning to the extermination of the Jews can only be mentioned to a limited extent.
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The Holocaust (1933-1945)

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Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Holocaust

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Holocaust Literature:
literature influenced by or written about the Holocaust of World War II. Such literature includes true stories of survival in concentration camps, escape, and life after the war, as well as fictional works and poetry.
Representative works of Holocaust literature include Saul Bellow's Mr. Collector's Planet, Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl, Jerzy Kosinski's The Painted Bird, Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, Czeslaw Milosz's Collected Poems, William Styron's Sophie's Choice, and Art Spiegelman's Maus.


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Holocaust glossary


Dear reader,
the day-by-day chronology of the Holocaust, presented here on hundreds of pages, is the first ever German-language publication of its kind.

You will not only find an extensive data structure here, but also a great deal of source material from which the connections and the way of thinking of those primarily responsible for the genocide of the Jews become clear.


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  • Action Reinhard Camps
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  • Study of websites, CDs and DVDs on the subject of National Socialism and the Holocaust
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  • Fritz Bauer Institute - Study and Documentation Center on the History and Effects of the Holocaust



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  • Holocaust: (from Greek, entire burnt offering). A term used in recent times to refer to the Nazi German policy to exterminate the Jewish people during World War II.
  • Holocaust Denial: The attempt to "disprove" that the Holocaust actually happened by means of spurious evidence and historical analysis, often by neo-fascists posing as academics or experts. A notable group is The Institute for Historical Review and notable figures include Arthur Butz, Ernst Zundel and Fred Leuchter.
  • Holocaust Orchestras: There were 6 orchestras at Auschwitz including a women's orchestra at Birkenau and a male orchestra at Auschwitz, which consisted of 100 musicians.
  • Holocaust Revisionists: Those who deny that the Holocaust ever happened.



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As suggested by its Greek origin ("holos" = "whole", and "kaustos" = "burnt") the word designates an offering entirely consumed by fire, in use among the Jews and some pagan nations of antiquity. As employed in the Vulgate, it corresponds to two Hebrew terms:
  • (1) to holah, literally: "that which goes up", either to the altar to be sacrificed, or to heaven in the sacrificial flame;
  • (2) Kalil, literally: "entire", "perfect", which, as a sacrificial term, is usually a descriptive synonym of "holah", and denotes an offering consumed wholly on the altar.
At whatever time and by whomsoever offered, holocausts were naturally regarded as the highest, because the most complete, outward expression of man's reverence to God. It is, indeed, true that certain passages of the prophets of Israel have been construed by modern critics into an utter rejection of the offering of sacrifices, the holocausts included; but this position is the outcome of a partial view of the evidence, of the misconception of an attack on abuses as an attack on the institution which they had infected. For details concerning this point, and for a discussion of the place which the same scholars assign to the holah (holocaust) in their theory of the development of the sacrificial system among the Hebrews, see SACRIFICE. The following is a concise statement of the Mosaic Law as contained chiefly in what critics commonly call the Priests' Code, concerning whole burnt-offerings.
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"Holocaust" was also the bad word of 1979.

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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Sixty years of liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp

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... You hardly notice anything of it yet. The presiding judge patiently listens to Mahler's remarks on the etymology of the word "Holocaust". ...

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Word forms with Latin equivalent: holocausta
antheiz (lat. holocausta)
holocausta. heating integra. alonc, (Gl I: 170, 31)
Nom. Sg. st. M. antheiz "victim". The incompletely handed down group of glosses lat. Holocausta: integra hostia [a] "the burnt offerings: intact victim" is probably based on the explanation lat. Holocaustum: totum conbustum, hoc ideo, quia integra hostia igni tradita consumebatur (Eucherius, Instructiones: 160, 17f. ). Dictionary glosses.


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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust by fostering tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action. The Center confronts important contemporary issues including racism, antisemitism, terrorism and genocide and is accredited as an NGO both at the United Nations and UNESCO. With a membership of over 400,000 families, the Center is headquartered in Los Angeles and maintains offices in New York, Toronto, Miami, Jerusalem, Paris and Buenos Aires.

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"Holocaust" is a Greek-derived translation of the Hebrew term "olah", which denotes a sort of ritual sacrifice in which the food offered is completely burnt up rather than being merely dedicated to God and then eaten. It was applied with bitter irony by Jews to the destruction of millions of their number in the Nazi death camps. Although phrases like "nuclear holocaust" and "Cambodian holocaust" have become common, you risk giving serious offense by using the word in less severe circumstances, such as calling a precipitous decline in stock prices a "sell-off holocaust".


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Holocaust Memorial

HU Berlin
Collection of links to history

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This collection of links offers ideas of many interesting history projects on the Internet.


  • 06/17/2013 Portal on the history of social democracy - By Thilo Scholle, Lünen
  • 12/22/2012 Collective rec. Presentations of all four illuminated manuscripts of the Sachsenspiegel online - by Wieland Carls, job: "Saxon-Magdeburg law as a link between the legal systems of Central and Eastern Europe", Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig
  • May 11, 2012 Memory of the Nation - By Lutz Schröder, Research Center for the History of Broadcasting in Northern Germany, Hans Bredow Institute
  • 02/11/2012 Collective rec. Digital collections of sources on the First World War - By Christian Götter / Andreas Eberhard, Department of History, Technical University of Braunschweig
  • 23.01.2010 Bibliotheca Palatina digital - By Felicitas Schmieder, Historical Institute, Past and Present of Old Europe, Fernuniversität Hagen
  • 07.11.09 European History Primary Sources [EHPS] Martin Munke
  • 25.10.08 filmarchives online Kersten Schüßler
  • 07.06.08 The digital Monumenta Germaniae Historica (dMGH) [1] Patrick Sahle
  • May 3rd, 2008 Wurttemberg document book online Klaus Graf
  • 04/05/08 Specialized database book studies Wolfgang Runschke
  • 03/21/08 Archive portal Lower Saxony Karl Heinz Schneider
  • 08.03.08 Reconstruction West: Expulsion and the economic miracle Karin Pohl
  • 01/26/08 Digital Archive - Beethoven House Bonn Josef Focht
  • January 17th, 2008 The Virtual Museum Vimu.info Waldemar Grosch
  • 14.12.07 CAMENA - Department HISTORICA & POLITICA Hannes Obermair
  • June 29, 2007 Retrospective digitization of academic review organs and literary magazines from the 18th and 19th centuries from the German-speaking area Guido Naschert
  • 11/11/06 Seventeen Moments in Soviet History Susanne Pocai
  • 04.11.06 Codices Electronici Ecclesiae Coloniensis Bernward Schmidt
  • October 21, 2006 The Archimedes Project Wolfhard Weber
  • 14.10.06 pastperfect Evelyn Gottschlich
  • September 16, 2006 50 years of the German Armed Forces Rainer Tiedeken
  • 09.09.06 Sachsenspiegel online Anette Baumann
  • 03.09.06 Photo archive Photo Marbug Thomas Hammacher
  • 08/26/06 Historical Lexicon of Switzerland Peter Michael Keller
  • August 18, 2006 Reinhard Camps Peter Koch campaign
  • 07/24/06 Modern war in the film Christer Petersen
  • 07/15/06 Lit-link - Literature management and indexing system for the humanities and social sciences Sebastian Haumann
  • June 23, 2006 The life history network Jens Murken
  • June 16, 2006 Africa-Hamburg Larissa Förster
  • 05/26/06 German stories Claudia Bade
  • May 19, 2006 Kalkriese: The location of the Varus Battle Oliver Linz
  • 05/12/06 The click to the story. The Internet offers from ARD and ZDF on the 60th anniversary of the end of the war in Europe Claudia Kusebauch
  • 05.05.06 FES network source right-wing extremism Reiner Becker
  • 04/28/06 Documentation archive of the Austrian resistance (DÖW) Anton Legerer
  • 04/21/06 Letters from aristocratic women Veronika Marschall
  • 04/14/06 Network Media Libraries Claudia Kusebauch
  • 04/07/06 serial sources in south-west German archives. A handout for users of the south-west German archives Günter Katzler
  • 04/01/06 EASE History Alexander Hecht
  • 3/24/06 Women in World History Eva Bischoff
  • March 18, 2006 Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory Dorthe Seifert
  • 03/11/06 Frankfurt am Main 1933 - 1945 Helia-Verena Daubach
  • 02/25/06 filmportal.de Gereon Blaseio
  • 02/18/06 The Peace Treaty of Westphalia of October 24, 1648. Texts and translations Jürgen Strothmann
  • 02/10/06 Bavarian State History Online Esther Neblich
  • 02/03/06 NS Documentation Center of the City of Cologne [EL-DE-Haus] Katja Gesche
  • 01/21/06 Study on websites, CDs and DVDs on the subject of National Socialism and the Holocaust Maren Brodersen
  • 04.11.05 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) - Photo Archives Elisabeth Angermair
  • 28.10.05 sowi-online - Internet portal for social science subjects and their didactics Uwe Barrelmeyer
  • 10/21/05 Free again! Austrian posters 1945-1955 Georg Christoph Berger Waldenegg
  • 09/30/05 Youth opposition in the GDR Danuta Kneipp
  • 16.09.05 Online bibliography wiedervereinigung.de Mark Hillebrand
  • 09.09.05 IEG-MAPS: Server for digital historical maps at the Institute for European History, Mainz Klaus Kost
  • 09/03/05 REQUIEM. The Roman papal and cardinal tombs of the early modern period Jeanette Kohl
  • 08/27/05 Yiddish prints Diana Matut
  • 08/19/05 "Women vote!" 85 years of universal women's suffrage in Austria Andrea Rothe
  • 08/12/05 Prosopographia Imperii Romani (PIR) online Kai Ruffing
  • August 6th, 2005 Collective review: Claudia Bade Holocaust Memorial
  • 07/30/05 Bibliography on the economic and social history of the German Southwest 1750-1919 - online Stefanie van de Kerkhof
  • 07/23/05 Digital official publications 1848-1999 online in the Swiss Federal Archives Brigitta Hafiz
  • 07/09/05 Image database of the Bavarian State Library Sonja Meldau
  • June 18, 2005 Digitized historical children's books from the holdings of the university libraries in Oldenburg and Braunschweig (retrospective digitization) Monika Wicki
  • June 4th, 2005 Holocaust Education Zeno Ackermann
  • May 28, 2005 REALonline image server of the IMAREAL Bernd Fuhrmann
  • May 20, 2005 Politically persecuted in Hamburg 1933-1945 Johannes Zechner
  • May 14, 2005 Krünitz: Economic-Technological Encyclopedia Online Max Plassmann
  • May 7th, 2005 Women on the move Martina Gugglberger
  • 04/30/05 Pictura Paedagogica Online - PPO (Virtual Image Archive) Ulrike Pilarczyk
  • April 23, 2005 Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact Stephanie Zloch
  • 04/16/05 Festkultur Online - German prints of the 17th century on the festival culture of the Baroque Bastian Gillner
  • 04/09/05 Online Memorial Forum Thomas Roth