Hohenzollern


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On 27th December the men went into the line in the Hohenzollern sector and until 14th February 1917 were firing most days as well as repairing parapets, dugouts and other positions.
Stop for refreshments at the cafe housed in an orangery-style building, or wander to the Hohenzollern Bridge over the River Rhine to see where couples fix padlocks as a symbol of love.
The illustrations show the attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt by the 1/5 and 1/6 South Staffords during the battle of Loos on October 13, 1915 - and the crossing of the St Quentin Canal at Bellinglise on September 28, 1918.
One article reports that one of the Hohenzollern rulers derived his anti-democratic divine right from the cross to keep his rebellious citizens in check.
It is also regarded as the only surviving royal residence which dates back to the era of the Hohenzollern family.
The other words the two got right included Kjeldahl, Hohenzollern, juamave, groenedael, zindiq and euchologion.
Christopher Clark analiza los cruces entre las fronteras personales y politicas en la relacion familiar de la dinastia Hohenzollern o Daniel Schonpflug estudia el significado de las bodas reales en la misma dinastia en un mundo donde el matrimonio por amor iba imponiendose a las convenciones sociales.
On a summer evening in 1904, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany hosted a dinner aboard the royal yacht Hohenzollern.
On the 13th, the 46th (North Midland) Division launched an attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt, a German stronghold.
Germans fought against attempts by railway managers to remove the love locks on Hohenzollern Bridge in Cologne.
In Cologne, couples put a lock on the Hohenzollern Bridge (a short distance from the cathedral) to reinforce their love and this romantic deed seems to be a must for most visitors as is evident from the explosion of locks on the bridge.
As yet America is the one country in the entire world where titles do not count; where men, having risen to the topmost height, thereafter return to their former level; where there are no traditions of Hohenzollern, Hapsburg or Guelf, but the way is open, fair and free for all; where only a republican form of government is possible.
Finally in the afternoon the group went to Hechingen to the castle of Hohenzollern where a tour of the castle and dinner rounded off the day in a comfortable atmosphere.
World War I ended four imperial regimes: the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty, the Russian Romanov dynasty, the Ottoman dynasty and the Austro-Hungarian Habsburg dynasty.