Rhineland


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Synonyms for Rhineland

a picturesque region of Germany around the Rhine river

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Kershaw makes the same point and suggests that it was this fear of social unrest, heightened by serious food shortages in Germany during the fall of 1935 - themselves largely the result of government policies - that played the major role in Hitler's decision to reoccupy the Rhineland in March 1936.
So when a recent ad appeared under the name of Rhineland Arms offering relatively simple and inexpensive .
IKB and RFCC express their gratitude to CIBC for all of its work in establishing the Rhineland Conduit on March 2002 and for the administration of the Rhineland Conduit after that date.
Closed for more than two years to accommodate badly needed renovations, the Rhineland buildings boast an exhibition history that includes not only first institutional shows by the likes of Yves Klein, Cy Twombly, and Marcel Duchamp but appearances by everyone from Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter to Bruce Nauman and Rosemarie Trockel.
Derek Deane's new production of Giselle for English National Ballet, his first staging of an evening-length classic since becoming director of Britain's second-largest ballet company two years ago, eschews the work's traditional medieval Rhineland locale in favor of 1920s Austria, as represented by Charles Cusick-Smith's alpine resort setting.
This wonderfully strange tower was a wedding present by his grateful subjects to the Grand Duke from which he could contemplate the city and his Rhineland territories.
NYSE: PX), will expand its industrial gases production capability in the Rhineland area of Germany in order to meet increasing customer demand.
I believe that had the British Government in 1936 opposed Hitler's remilitarisation of the Rhineland, the war which began in 1939 could have been avoided and most of the Jewish people who were later murdered by the Nazis could have been saved.
Since then Voeller has led Bayer to wins over Duisburg and bitter Rhineland rivals 1.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Rhineland Funding Capital Corporation ("RFCC") and IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG ("IKB") as Investment Adviser announce that Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce ("CIBC") has today given six months notification to all relevant parties of its intention to resign its appointment as Administrator to the Rhineland Funding Capital Corporation Conduit (the "Rhineland Conduit").
When the German army marched into the demilitarized Rhineland in 1936, in defiance of the Treaty of Versailles, the French government did not oppose Hitler's army in the name of peace.
Moreover, this legal status would remain intact in the Prussian Rhineland until 1845, even though the laws lapsed in France in 1815.
wunderLOOP is also a leading proponent of consumer privacy and, in recognition of this, has received unrestricted approval from the technology and privacy authority, TouV Rhineland, for their conformation to European data privacy legislation.
RHINELAND SUPERSAVER FOUR DAYS DEPARTING 17 JULY, 1,4 & 23 AUGUST, 4 & 27 SEPTEMBER 2009 PRICE FROM pounds 125 THIS is a fantastic value holiday to a place where the scenery is unspoilt, the wine and beer sensational and where the people give you a genuinely warm welcome.
This week Eurostar began selling short break return tickets to Aachen and Cologne in Germany's Rhineland