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Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 hrs ago

Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

"A woman who posed as a doctor gets life in prison after several patients died says a court in Germany prosecutors say the woman had an excessive need for recognition She used a forged license to work as an anesthesiologist say judges causing the deaths of several people she treated Prosecutors say she wrongly dosed anesthetics and failed to treat patient blood poisoning at a hospital in fritzlar north of Frankfurt She's also said to have been responsible for hours of patient oxygen deprivation as well as damage to the cardiovascular system and organ failure in patients She was sentenced on three counts of murder and ten counts of attempted murder Her name wasn't released in line with German privacy rules I'm Rita foley

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The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 2 d ago

The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

"But what's interesting about the World Economic Forum is they hide in plain sight. You see, instead of trying to do it all secretly, the elites of the world said, well, what if we actually lead with our greatest vulnerabilities? You see, the World Economic Forum led by Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, they engage in their activity in forums and in panels and speeches instead of smoke filled rooms or private meetings. Those happen as well. But you see, they've decided to design a paradoxical communication strategy. Where the treachery is televised. Listen to Klaus Schwab and cut three, say the future here is built by us by a powerful community as you are here in this room. The stakeholders of larger communities as we collaborate. Now for those of you that are James Bond fans as I am, I love the James Bond series for a variety of different reasons until they've gone woke, which seems they are going woke. There is a, I think rather entertaining and well written James Bond film called Specter. The villain in that film is acted out by an individual by the name of Christoph Waltz, who is also German, and he dresses the same as Klaus Schwab the entire movie is about how the world elites all meet hiding in plain sight at opera houses and other public areas to design how they are going to take over the world. Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond

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German minister: G7 countries, global financial institutions provide $19.8 billion to Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

German minister: G7 countries, global financial institutions provide $19.8 billion to Ukraine

"A massive G 7 Ukraine aid package is good to go Germany's finance minister says the group of 7 leading economies and global financial institutions have agreed to provide $19.8 billion in aid to bolster Ukraine's public finances Christian lidner has told reporters that 9.5 billion of the total was mobilized at meetings of the G 7 finance ministers at konigswinter Germany this week He adds the goal is to ensure Ukraine's financial situation does not affect its ability to defend itself from Russia's invasion I'm Charles De

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The Left Is So Upset With Elon Musk

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 6 d ago

The Left Is So Upset With Elon Musk

"The left is really upset with Elon Musk. Why are they upset with Elon Musk? Because he won't listen. He won't heal. He won't do what they need him to do. You know, when I have Briggs and I want to bring him right up to me, there's a German command called foos, which means get beside me and cut it out. You know, any dog owner Victor marks, you see with a dog. Get over here. Cut it out. It's actually another German word phooey. He's knock it off. It's very direct. That's how the left treats their own. And they've been saying to Elon Musk the last couple of weeks, foos, foos, get beside me, come to heal, and Elon's like, no. I'm not going to. Now the latest tabulations of where his net worth is, they kind of re tabulated every single day. It's about $221 billion today. He certainly has the net worth still to be able to purchase Twitter. We don't even know how valuable SpaceX is. SpaceX is probably way more valuable than anything they publicly disclose. Elon's going to be just fine. For those of you that are like, wow, Tesla stock is really down. I don't think he's going to have to take out a second mortgage anytime soon. However, it does dampen his potential purchasing power. But the left hates Elon because he will not be totally and completely blindly obedient to everything they tell him to do. You see, the way it's supposed to work. And by the way, Jeff Bezos is getting a little Elon Musk energy recently. I'm not a fan of Bezos, but Bezos is like angrily tweeting towards Biden too. He's like, hey, we as elites, we could think towards ourselves like, okay, Jeff Bezos, we'll see how long that lasts. We'll see if you keep on getting your Pentagon contracts. And Jeff Bezos will heal. Trust me. You want to talk about a guy who is all bark and no bite, that's Bezos. Elon Musk, he just might be wild and eccentric enough actually to challenge the regime. I think he

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Ukraine hopes to swap steel mill fighters for Russian POWs

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Ukraine hopes to swap steel mill fighters for Russian POWs

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U.S. Shortage Led Parents to Order European, Black Market Baby Formula

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last week

U.S. Shortage Led Parents to Order European, Black Market Baby Formula

"There are large Facebook groups devoted to European formulas she writes where parents share spreadsheets and detailed notes on ingredients and how these formulas compare in their U.S. counterparts she notes This was written a year ago Some caregivers report choosing them because European brands offer certain formula options like those made from goat's milk Our mug from Pasteur from pasture raised cows Which are rare nonexistent in an FDA regulated form in the U.S. Other European brands because of the perception that the formulas are of a higher quality And that European formula regulations are stricter she wrote So on this sort of black market it turns out Americans are willing to pay big bucks for European formula Zelensky says that on one website selling EU baby formula you'll find German imports that run roughly $26 for a 400 gram box Which is about quadruple the price of the top U.S. baby formulas recommended by the times Now at times these nefarious black market imports have resulted in high profile busts like in April 2021 when U.S. customs and border protection agents in Philadelphia seized 588 cases of baby formula and valued at $30,000 that violated the FDA's quote import safety regulations So European babies are drinking this stuff left and right you see But our FDA won't allow these formulas into the United States Some may contend the FDA is simply keeping Americans and their babies safe which is no doubt what regulators want you to believe But this overlooks an inconvenient fact despite the FDA's efforts Americans are consuming vast amounts of black market baby formula and the children are doing just fine

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G7 warn of Ukraine grain crisis, ask China not to aid Russia

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

G7 warn of Ukraine grain crisis, ask China not to aid Russia

"The the the the group group group group of of of of seven seven seven seven richest richest richest richest nations nations nations nations had had had had said said said said that that that that the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is creating creating creating creating a a a a global global global global feed feed feed feed an an an an energy energy energy energy crisis crisis crisis crisis throughout throughout throughout throughout the the the the world world world world Canadian Canadian Canadian Canadian foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister Melanie Melanie Melanie Melanie Joly Joly Joly Joly told told told told reporters reporters reporters reporters at at at at the the the the G. G. G. G. seven seven seven seven meeting meeting meeting meeting that that that that huge huge huge huge stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles of of of of Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian grain grain grain grain plus plus plus plus stuck stuck stuck stuck inside inside inside inside your your your your cranium cranium cranium cranium warehouses warehouses warehouses warehouses unable unable unable unable to to to to be be be be distributed distributed distributed distributed because because because because of of of of the the the the war war war war we we we we need need need need to to to to make make make make sure sure sure sure that that that that the the the the serials serials serials serials are are are are sent sent sent sent to to to to the the the the world world world world if if if if not not not not millions millions millions millions of of of of people people people people will will will will be be be be facing facing facing facing famine famine famine famine particularly particularly particularly particularly in in in in the the the the Middle Middle Middle Middle East East East East and and and and Africa Africa Africa Africa German German German German foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister on on on on the the the the lan lan lan lan Abed Abed Abed Abed book book book book has has has has said said said said Russia Russia Russia Russia is is is is aware aware aware aware and and and and responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the issue issue issue issue but but but but I I I I did did did did not not not not round round round the the the new new new crises crises crises to to to delivery delivery delivery time time time we we we can can can international international international case case case against against against Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war so so so she she she made made made the the the G. G. G. seven seven seven nations nations nations also also also called called called on on on China China China not not not to to to help help help Russia Russia Russia including including including by by by undermining undermining undermining international international international sanctions sanctions sanctions or or or justifying justifying justifying Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's actions actions actions in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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G7 foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine war, impacts

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

G7 foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine war, impacts

"Top top top top diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats from from from from the the the the group group group group of of of of seven seven seven seven wealthy wealthy wealthy wealthy nations nations nations nations are are are are gathering gathering gathering gathering in in in in northern northern northern northern Germany Germany Germany Germany to to to to discuss discuss discuss discuss several several several several issues issues issues issues including including including including the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and energy energy energy energy and and and and food food food food security security security security the the the the meeting meeting meeting meeting at at at at the the the the Baltic Baltic Baltic Baltic Sea Sea Sea Sea resorts resorts resorts resorts of of of of vice vice vice vice and and and and house house house house located located located located northeast northeast northeast northeast of of of of Hamburg Hamburg Hamburg Hamburg takes takes takes takes place place place place amid amid amid amid tight tight tight tight security security security security with with with with about about about about three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred police police police police officers officers officers officers deployed deployed deployed deployed at at at at the the the the event event event event sites sites sites sites the the the the foreign foreign foreign foreign ministers ministers ministers ministers of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and Moldova Moldova Moldova Moldova have have have have been been been been invited invited invited invited as as as as guests guests guests guests speaking speaking speaking speaking in in in in Berlin Berlin Berlin Berlin Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister Dimitrov Dimitrov Dimitrov Dimitrov collabo collabo collabo collabo welcomed welcomed welcomed welcomed the the the the German German German German government's government's government's government's recent recent recent recent decisions decisions decisions decisions to to to to step step step step up up up up military military military military support support support support for for for for his his his his country country country country whether whether whether whether I I I I take take take take the the the the supply supply supply supply of of of of weapons weapons weapons weapons all all all all of of of of these these these these sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions that that that that need need need need to to to to be be be be imposed imposed imposed imposed against against against against against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia we we we we see see see see that that that that the the the the positive positive positive positive positive positive positive positive dynamic dynamic dynamic dynamic he he he he also also also also expressed expressed expressed expressed hope hope hope hope that that that that the the the the European European European European Union Union Union Union would would would would soon soon soon soon approve approve approve approve he he he he cranes cranes cranes cranes application application application application to to to to start start start start the the the the process process process process of of of of joining joining joining joining the the the the bloc bloc bloc bloc saying saying saying saying his his his his country country country country would would would would also also also also be be be be an an an an asset asset asset asset to to to to the the the the European European European European Union Union Union Union needs needs needs needs Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine as as as as much much much much as as as as you you you you can can can can use use use use the the the the European European European European Union Union Union Union I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Marchand scores twice, Bruins beat Canes to tie series at 2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marchand scores twice, Bruins beat Canes to tie series at 2

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SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

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Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

"Talk to you about the life of Benedict, the 16th. By the way, how old is he today? Now, last week, he celebrated 95th birthday. So he's had a long, long arduous life. That's hard for me to believe that he could be 95, my goodness. Now, so let's talk about his life. Obviously, German, his last name, ratzinger, I assume in your book, you go through his life from the beginning. Yeah, basically that the book is a part of the fee and an overview of the legacy. So it's not a conventional biography or Benedict the 16th, but it does tell the story from the beginning from his childhood where of course he grew up as a child under the tyranny of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. So he knows what totalitarian secularism is. Because he experienced it firsthand. As did of course St. John Paul the second with his experience of communism and the Nazis are both. So these men know the dangers of the absence of God in human affairs because they experienced it firsthand as young men. And

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Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You

"Someone says Charlie, do you have a reading list or all the dystopian writings that Charlie Kirk mentioned the podcast? One is Orwell's 1984, read this already as required in schools in many years ago. Yes, I recommend rereading it. Okay, yes. So there are 5 dystopian authors, all of whom were somewhat contemporaries of one another. You've heard of all of them, probably one you probably haven't heard of. They're all worth just refreshing as Christians, I encourage us to pursue whatever is true. And I think these 5 books will bless you about what really drives the tyrant. What happens when the tyrant meets technology and how technology brings out the worst impulses of our human condition. So the 5 books, of course, the first is George Orwell's 1984. The second is C. S. Lewis screwtape letters. You can read that alongside mere Christianity, which was actually first delivered as radio broadcast during the German blitz in the early 1940s, late 1930s, through the British broadcast corporation. The third is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, which is a terrific book and addresses a lot of what we're living through when pleasure becomes the ultimate goal of a society. The fourth book is a lesser known one by Winston Churchill and is only novel. It's called savrola. I've actually not read it, but I'm familiar with it. I took a course by doctor Larry arn from hillsdale college on Churchill, and he talked about it. So that's the fourth. And then the 5th is probably the least known of all 5. And in fact, I plan to finish this book. I started it, but I got little distracted during my mini sabbatical coming up in a couple of weeks here. It's called darkness at noon by Arthur koestler, which is a terrific book. And so I've been finished it yet. So those are the 5 books Arthur koestler was a dissident. And producer Connor says I would include the fountainhead in there as neoliberal dystopian.

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Woodrow Wilson Curtailed One of the Pillars of Our Democracy

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Woodrow Wilson Curtailed One of the Pillars of Our Democracy

"Christopher B Daley professor at Boston University has written that during the lead up to America's interests the World War I the Wilson administration took immediate steps at home to tell one of the pillars of democracy press freedom by implementing a plan to control manipulate and central all news coverage on a scale never seen in American history Following the lead of the Germans and British well began to censorship to strategic elements of all out war Even before the U.S. entered the war Wilson had expressed the expectation of his fellow Americans which show what he considered loyalty Wilson started one of the earliest uses of government propaganda He waged a campaign of intimidation and outright suppression Against those ethnic and socialist papers they continued to oppose the war Together these wartime measures added up to an unprecedented assault on press freedom Wilson also created an elaborate domestic spy network to watch German immigrants and American radicals Federal agents arrested hundreds for making anti war speeches And sometimes for informal and private remarks Eugene debs four time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party Was arrested in June 1918 for suggesting during a speech The young American men were fit for something better than slavery in cannon fodder Sentenced to ten years in prison he defiantly ran for president in 1920 from his jail cell in Atlanta He received almost a million votes And during the war more than 2000 men and women were arrested for disloyal speech and over 1200 were jailed

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How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:15 min | 3 weeks ago

How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

"Inflation is not just a monetary issue. I mean, I know you know this. I'm saying this for the benefit of my listeners. When I think of terrible inflation, I think of what brought the Nazis to power. I know a lot about that era, and it was not anti semitism, that brought the Nazis to power. It was, in my opinion, the inflation in the Weimar Republic, the republic that was created after World War I in Germany. So when people think inflation, they should understand the social repercussions of terrible inflation. Have I overstated the case? No, you haven't. And you're right, the German hyperinflation of the early 1920s created the conditions for the rise of Adolf Hitler. You combine that with a great depression and you had this horrible near collapse of civilization in the west. And in terms of inflation's impact, you make a very important point and we do so in this book, which we try to write in a very reader friendly jargon free way. It's not just economics rising prices, but also with undermines what we call social trust.

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The Iron Law of Oligarchy With Pedro Gonzalez

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

The Iron Law of Oligarchy With Pedro Gonzalez

"With us right now is Pedro Gonzalez from chronicles magazine amongst many other wonderful publications. Pedro, welcome back to the program. What is the iron law of oligarchy? Thanks for having me back, Charlie. So the iron law of oligarchy was proposed by a German born Italian sociologist named Robert michelson. And it's very ominous charming, but really it's just kind of stating a fact, a fact of life. And that is that when you look at political parties because this theory is based on an examination of how political parties and democratic societies actually function. It doesn't matter if a political party calls itself a Social Democratic Party. In that political party, what will inevitably develop is a kind of hierarchy. It's just a fact, right? In any kind of organization, you have a leadership class. So again, it doesn't matter if a political party calls itself socialist or democratic or whatever, a leadership class will emerge that delegates tasks and makes decisions that affect the entire the much larger group. That is what is sociologist Michaels called an oligarchy or in planar terms and elite. Basically just a leadership class. Now, this dynamic that he identified in the political party in any democratic society also applies to trade unions, it applies to companies and yes, democratic society at large. And the point of this theory, the point of the iron law of oligarchy is to, I would say, to make people understand that, look, it doesn't matter if you live in a republic or a democracy, a constitutional republic, whatever label you want to use, there's always going to be a ruling class. You just have to accept that. Because once you accept that, then the task becomes, well, how do we ensure that our leaders are, on the one hand, competent, and on the other hand, not abusing their control over key institutions, the way a leader would a political party, not for the benefit of society, but for their own

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Despite Democratic Opposition, Drilling Is Reviving in Texas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Despite Democratic Opposition, Drilling Is Reviving in Texas

"Drilling, oil drilling is picking up steam in Texas. And that is actually very good news for all of us. It actually should be good news for the Biden administration, but they don't see it that way. In fact, I just saw Biden and he was saying, we've kind of got to get away from this kind of addiction to oil. And we got to kind of get off this oil kick that we've been on. So these guys are dug in ideologically against fossil fuels. And I guess because of their climate enthusiasm, but what's happening is that even though Biden has done his best to suppress drilling. He has shut down, as you know, the Keystone pipeline, he in fact, to the point where he was willing to approve a German pipeline. A pipeline connecting Russia and Germany. So he's willing to allow abroad what he was not willing to allow at home, also blocking drilling on federal land, making it more difficult to get permits, and so on. And so as a result, what happens is you have an international crisis, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, you have the United States then being in a sense politically compelled to not buy Russian oil. You begin to see a contraction in the supply, so naturally the price of oil begins to go up against a skyrocket. And people become really annoyed, especially people for whom it's not something that easily affordable to spend $80, a $100 to fill up your car or your SUV.

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AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

Mark Levin

01:24 min | Last month

AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

"Associated depressed Russia launched its long third full scale offensive to take control of Ukraine's east Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky announced Now we can already state that the Russian troops have begun the battle for the Donbass Significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive General Keane indicated on life liberty and Levin last night that 75% of the Russian military is now present in this battle That's a lot The Donbass is Ukraine's mostly Russian speaking industrial heartland in the east where Moscow backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces for the past 8 years since 2014 and have declared two independent republics that have been recognized by Russia This is another hitlerian tactic Oh they speak German and they want their independence Therefore I will recognize it The sedate land Recent weeks the Kremlin declared the capture of the Donbass its main goal of the war after its attempt to storm Kyiv failed You have to withdrawing from the capitol began regrouping and reinforcing its ground troops in the east for what could be a climactic battle No matter how many Russian troops are driven there we will fight zelensky vowed We will defend ourselves We will do it every day

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Joshua Perry and "Yoda" Describe Baden K-9

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

Joshua Perry and "Yoda" Describe Baden K-9

"With me today are two amazing guys. Josh, from Baden, or Baden, canine. I got that right. And then we'll just call the friend of my left Yoda from the navy seal museum and also the canine project. I wanted this conversation for a while, Josh, I'll start with you. My new dog came from your farm, came from what you guys do, and I've just been so blown away and impressed and our audience knows all about mister Briggs now. And I just want to first just kind of for you to introduce yourself and tell our audience, what are you guys doing bad in? Hey, thanks, Charlie for having us. So my name is Joshua Perry. I come from Ben and canine. It's a Canadian facility that was founded by my family back in the 70s. Early 70s and we breed raising train Dutch uppers, German shepherds and Belgian malinois. Like Briggs, the Dutch shepherds are a unique dog and a good-looking dog. So that's who I am. How long have you been doing it? The company now was founded in 72. I've been doing it for 24 years. That's awesome. And so Yoda, you run the canine project, or you help run it, and also this museum tells about both. Okay, great. So the museum, the museum itself, the mission is to capture preserve and present the history of naval special warfare to the public. And then within that they have a charitable 501c3 organization known as trident host charities. And within trident host charities, they got four pillars on it, but one pillar is the K9 project. And that's an entity that really focuses on marrying up the right dogs with the right veterans who require the veteran who are required the dog and that also translates right into the veterans family. So really it's affecting both just both the veteran and the family itself. And that's it in a

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"german" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"german" Discussed on Revolutions

"Insurgents, who remained in isolated few, as they had not managed to trigger any kind of mass armed uprising. Somewhere between a 150 and 200 people were killed in the fighting, and the rest surrendered. The spartacus uprising was over, almost as quickly as it had begun. They were going for the October Revolution, but clearly this is far more like the July days of 1917, when Lenin and the Bolshevik leadership had tried to prevent their followers from staging an armed uprising, which they correctly determined was premature and doomed to failure. The spartacus uprising is as far as the radical left is going to get in the German revolution. There would be no advance from the failure of the July days to the triumph of the October Revolution. And that's partly because of what happened a week later. On January 15th, Carl left necked and rose Luxembourg were discovered hiding out in an apartment building, and they were delivered to the Eden hotel. Headquarters of the largest free core unit in the city. Holding the two communist leaders outside the chain of regular Law & Order, the free course soldier spent several hours beating and interrogating them. The officer in charge then formally ordered light connect to be transferred to a prison, but along the way the car stopped, and live connect was ordered to get out. When he did, he was immediately shot in the back. Using the tried and true cover story that he had tried to escape. Rose Luxembourg, meanwhile, was brought through the lobby of the hotel and severely beaten there by some assembled soldiers before her unconscious body was thrown into a truck. She was unceremoniously shot in the back of the head, and her body was dumped in a canal. The murders of live connect and Luxembourg pretty much marked the end of the line for the radical left wing in the German revolution. Deprived of their most capable leaders, there would be no equivalent advance from the July days to the October Revolution. And we also see here the probable outcome for the Bolsheviks had some black hundreds gotten ahold of Lenin and murdered him in July 1917. They would have gotten nowhere. Certainly not to the October Revolution. But even if Luxembourg and live connected lived, it might not have mattered. Elections to the German National Assembly came off without a hitch on the basis of universal suffrage..

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"german" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"german" Discussed on Revolutions

"Never going to be a situation where the Soviet over here and the provisional government over there are at loggerheads with each other. Because everywhere you look, it's just members of the SPD. They're all polling in the same direction. And speaking of this forthcoming National Assembly to settle all constitutional questions, we saw how bad it was for the Russians to stall and stall on calling their National Assembly. Now this stalling was partly due to just incompetence, but it was also because they wanted to wait until the war was over. And then when the war just kept going, the constituent assembly was endlessly put off. Failing to deliver a democratic constitution in a timely manner meant that it was permanently preempted by the October Revolution. And this here is another big consequence I think of the German revolution happening against the backdrop of peace rather than war. The Germans could move decisively to their constituent assembly without worrying about the effect it may or may not have on national defense. It's also possible they were more competent. But though the political tide was clearly running in his favor, ebert then tried to make a move to further secure his government's position that very nearly wrecked everything. A back on November 11th, a group of radicalized sailors formed what they called the people's navy division. They installed themselves in Berlin to defend the revolution, and in its initial weeks, was tolerated by the government. But now ebert wanted them demobilized. As a first move, the sailors wages stopped being paid. And then they were deliberately ignored when they complained about it. Instead of taking this lying down, however, on December the 23rd, about a thousand of these sailors marched into the imperial chancellery. They occupied the building, and they held the council of people's deputies hostage. Ebert's response to this was to get on a secret phone line to military headquarters and call for an attack by loyal troops. So, on the morning of December 24th, about 800 soldiers tried to take back control of the chancellery. But here's the thing. They failed. The sailor successfully repelled them and the government troops were forced to pull out of the city center entirely. Had the sailors been more politically ambitious, things might have spun in a completely different direction right then and there. Ebert alliance with the military clearly hadn't produced a decisive military force to defend his government, and for the moment, right here on Christmas Eve in 1918, armed radicals were the masters of the government and of the Berlin city center. But the sailors were not more politically ambitious. All they did was negotiate for their wages to be paid in full, and for a promise not to be demobilized. And that was it. They went home. But though this incident wasn't itself a decisive historical moment, it triggered some profound ripples that produced a decisive historical moment. First, ebert and gruner recognized that the regular army was maybe not as reliable as they had expected. So in response, they accelerated a program of raising what they called the free core..

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"german" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"german" Discussed on Revolutions

"But there is a crucial difference between the two that becomes a very important. In the Russian case, the provisional government was all liberals. It was cadet in October. Whereas in Germany, they're all socialists. It would be as if in Russia in February 1917, the right SRs had formed the very first Russian provisional government in standing outside of it for so long. Oh, and I should also mention here that the liberal noble prince Maximilian is basically playing the role the liberal noble prince Lavrov did in Russia. Except Maximilian is just going to quit the scene instead of hanging around long enough to become frustrated and disillusioned with everyone and everything. Trying to take back the political initiative, a group of about a hundred radical shop stewards that occupy the Reichstag building that night and announced that every factory and military regiment within reach should send delegates the next day to the circus bush to elect a council of people's deputies that would serve as the new government of Republican Germany. Unable to stop the spread of this call and recognizing that this meeting would be held whether he liked it or not, ebert, and the other SPD leaders leaned into this and tried to get as many of their people as possible elected to the assembly. And so the next day, November 10th, an assembly of workers and soldiers indeed got together and elected a 6 man council of people's deputies. That was meant to serve as the new government for Germany. But by now the SPD and the U SPD had come to an arrangement, and, controlling a majority of the delegates at the assembly, they each got themselves three of the 6 seats on the council of people's deputies. Co opting the intention of the radicals to form a more aggressively revolutionary body. These more radical elements then pulled the surprise move and called for the additional election of something they called the executive council of workers and soldiers councils, which would oversee the council of people's deputies, but the SPD and USP leaders dominated this council too. So when we mapped this over to Russia, this assembly on November 10th, 1918, is clearly the equivalent of the formation of the Petrograd Soviet, and it was deliberately intended as such by the German radical left, who hoped to create a revolutionary body that could overawe ebert's government, the way the Petrograd Soviet had dominated the Russian provisional government after February. But in the Russian case, the SRs and mensheviks had won early control of the Petrograd Soviet, while it was liberal cadets who were running the provisional government. Two different ideological parties each in control of their own separate institution of government. But here in Germany in 1918, it's just SPD guys everywhere you look. And so while there is the faintest outline to the kind of dual power dynamic that defined Russian politics for the first few months after the Russian Revolution, and that certainly what the radical left is hoping happens, it's just not going to develop the same way in Germany. After this was all settled to his satisfaction, if not exactly joy, ebert got on the horn to general Wilhelm groener, who had taken over the critical job of quartermaster general of the German military. Ebert and gruner came to a very quick understanding with each other. Ebert promised to keep the autonomy of the military in place and not mess with the army hierarchy at all, if gruner and the military brass supported ebert in his coming fight to stop the radical left from trying to implement something like the Russian Soviets, which they both agreed would be a disaster. Gruner agreed.

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"german" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"german" Discussed on Revolutions

"10.85 the German revolution. At the core of Bolshevik communist ideology, was a faith that they were in the Vanguard of an international socialist revolution. That World War I would mark the death of the old world of capitalist imperialism, and the birth of a new world of global socialism. In their mind, the October Revolution was akin to a small army of Russians winning control of a key hill adjacent to an important battlefield. Yes, it was vital and necessary that they hold that hill, but the main battlefield was off in the west in places like France and Britain and Germany. These more technologically and economically advanced nations would provide the mass proletarian army and vision by revolutionary Marxism. An army that would storm and overwhelm the forces of capitalist imperialism everywhere. So in the background of all Bolshevik thinking throughout 1917 and 1918, was the idea that all they needed to do was hold their hill and maybe provide some covering fire for their comrades in the west so that they could go off and win the greater battle. The notion that the Russians might be left to fight alone was not only not a part of the larger plan, but it was assumed to be effectively synonymous with their own final defeat. Lenin and company needed proletarian victory in the west to secure their own position in Russia. As the one year anniversary of the October Revolution came around in the autumn of 1918, communist leaders in Moscow thus looked eagerly to events in Central Europe, especially in Germany. The collapse of the Central Powers in the end of World War I would surely mark the arrival of the proletarian reinforcements they had been waiting for. And that is what we are going to talk about today. Because the events in Germany between October 1918 and January 1919 are the decisive moments when the theory that radical socialist revolution would soon be sweeping across Europe was decisively contradicted by the reality of events. Events that are going to force the Russians to completely rethink and reimagine what it is that they are up to, as they realize that they are going to have to do it alone. So to set up the fault lines of the coming German revolution, we need to talk about the fracturing of the German Social Democratic Party..

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"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"We give you the results and recommendations in my understanding is that actually you use a. I actually recognize the picture. And what are you plant in the future. Willie stick with this cart or are there like other plans to the puck line. Yes so the first plan will be to expand the card offering. So i mentioned right. Now we have these ten parameters but we want to include more Vitamins minerals and hormones. That you can test from your urine and make specific Card packages that are focused on needs that that our customers are having Perhaps prenatal or Elderly focused cards that look at specific biomarkers for those for those groups and yes. We haven't ai that is able to detect the card and measure the density of the color change for each of the pads in order to give you the values so this all happens very very quickly. That sounds really fascinating and Just out of curiosity When did you learn that. Got the germ stuttered awards foot new. Come out of the year and how they feel. I actually don't what what was the day that the that the startup awards rondos end of april. I remember but I don't remember exactly. The i guess the only thing that was a bit a bit surprising well many things a bit surprising i found out i was nominated. I think in december. I not a german speaker and the email was all in german until i ignored it. Actually for a for about a week or two and then they they picked me again and they're like hey. Did you see this email. You've been nominated for the award and i was like. Oh that's the hugo. Yeah yeah. I was like. Oh that's definitely did not translate that would crack up so that was back in december and then I knew that the award ceremony was going to be coming. But we did the filming for the actual awards before the rest of the public knew. We had with corona and and we had to do certain social distance. And so i knew a week before anyone else knew which was a bit was also a little bit of funny because i've forgotten that no one else knew and so i was like. Oh yeah i just won't be award keeping it to myself and then a week later you know. It goes public and all of the congratulations. Come in online. And i it was just i. I think i missed that. Not having the live event. Because i yeah i. It was very kind of anti-climactic at the at the moment the german startup association made a nice event where they gave the the awards. But you know you don't have the group of people around you and then all of that kind of came in later when they When they announced it online how does it actually feel a. I assume there have been many people present at the awards ceremony right right. That's that's exactly it. There was only the other nominees for each category. So the nominees for founder of the year and investor of the year and social impact and so it was very small group and.

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"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Communications have always been a problem in warfare. In ancient times just sending commands from outside of a battlefield to another was extremely difficult. Flags and horns would often be used to send commands because there is no other way to send communications over that distance in that amount of time even with the advent of radio when world war battlefields were spread out over much larger distances and communication could still be difficult with that being said. Let me summarize the timeline of what happened at the end of world war two in europe in the spring of nineteen forty five is the allies. Were closing in hitler. And his cronies were in his bunker in berlin and the russians began inching closer many of his top generals who saw the writing on the wall began surrendering individually and hitler. Accuse them of being traitors as the wall started caving. In on april twenty fifth mussalini was killed by a mob in italy april. Twenty ninth all of the german forces. In italy surrendered. Hitler killed himself. On april thirtieth after that things began to fall apart very quickly. Technically the leadership of the third reich fell to admiral. Karl don. It's not that there was really anything to rule over on may second. The german forces in berlin surrendered to the soviets on may fourth german troops in the netherlands. Mark in germany. Surrender to feel marshal. Montgomery on may fifth germans. Various render to american general jacob devers on may sixth surrenders general. Carl spots head of the american air forces in europe on may seventh that shape. The supreme headquarters allied expeditionary force in reims france chief of staff of the german armed forces high command general alfred yodel signed the document of unconditional. Surrender of all german forces. The same day. General franz bom announced the surrender of all german forces in norway with the phrase quote all forces under german control to cease active operations at twenty three zero.

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"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"The german startup. Seeing with new interviews and live events helen. Welcome everybody. this is joe from scuttled breaker. They're bringing you another episode of this month in german startups for the people watching this on youtube. They can tell. I'm wearing a hawaiian shirt. So it's these summit episode june twenty twenty one and christmas. They're posing as what. Can you do that again chris. Lewis floral arrangement. Yes and for everybody used just listening to this guys you up very fortunate here and quick reminder. We are doing this. Always christmas and new york. I'm in frankfurt. Frank l. the founder stone. Going on outside so you may hear some background noise. Plus journey is playing a england as we recording this. So maybe you also hear some noises from there as well but nonetheless we keep going here for you guys As i said this is this month in startups june. Twenty twenty one. And we are reporting life from germany's largest unicorn way. Ever we announced two new unicorns for germany. Scalable capital and fourtou formerly known as freight hop and germany's first decacorn. Salinas bellied at eleven billion. You as dollars the twenty nineteen unicorn. We fox race allot funding. Round of five hundred thirty six million years. Six hundred fifty million dollars a about you. Ipo's at twenty three years a share at full building yours valuation which is four point five billion. Us dollars end. Austria become the next most valuable startup with go student. Bellied at one point four billion euros one point six seven billion. Us dollars after. They just had their first unicorn in march plus solarisbank assume to being talks of a one hundred million physi- deal which would make them a unicorn as well to buy up. A competitor especially active in this frenzy of unicorns creation are softbank from japan and tencent from china. We have a special episode on the unparalleled unicorn. Creation which is available on the same channel if you want to know more about the new day cut corn and unicorns in germany austria. You may want to listen to this episode. This well we keep here the coverage of the unicorns. To midi moment this will be last. Recording off. startup is before the summer break. There will be no regular news in july or august. But we'll be back with news at the end of september wrapping up. Summon us and we're so looking for what she the summer you can follow us on link trie and there is just a little bit to say time to brag housekeeping. We will go back to a weekly publication scheduled. This means only one episode each week starting in week..

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"german" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"german" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Believe he's doing all the right things to get pick for dawn on his left. And then he's just tutoring goal. That thomas this this guy was a top scorer. I knew well coupla and it's called goes for fun for buying the championship wounded. Reagan and mila will not do his golawski kind of press conference after this thing. This is a big big big miss. Having said that. I'm reading all the german papers more into to at least like the same discussion that we have in england now at the moment is that to defensively. They should put more go for it more and so on and so on. The german media got school and they wanted him on that. They didn't want the three atta back. Which ends up as a five back will have on the right side so so i think is good too a fresh start now for germany. I think going back to was. I was seeing germany interrupted. You know no no problem. You know of come on you know. You have to ask alleged. I think i think also what did you say. No no come on. I think i really think that this look at this point of of of germany's the veteran cologne of germany or players. I've been absolutely fantastic. But no you're hummus cross and mooner players who are. Maybe the cycle right says so of an era so it's understandable maybe an nc flea. Something's going to change but they would have won. They would have been clinical would have saved germany germany. The have the of no more changes than england. But they've done the job like they normally do the done for decades and we would have said well they keep on doing what they do and like being good like they've been against portugal would have been different than allies and jordan. Pickford once again keeps a clean sheet. Shocker apply the we crashing selling should start ruinous finish. I thought it was a different lens. I admit i was agreed. Save by jordan pickford. But just as as steve bruce's tokyo with him stealing this guy's schulkin regardless of what criticism regardless the form. You shoe for club if you've done it for him he's going to keep picking you until you stop doing that. And the one thing you can say about jordan pickford is that he has been consistent and consistently good forgotten. So get in an england shoot. He will keep faith so while everybody discusses his everton form and what that may mean for his future guys get. I never thought he he'd weaver he didn't and pick for this as.

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"german" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"german" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Such just poor position to guy so defense you look at england bench and changing of the game have come in any model. We're talking about relish. No but it could have been sancho rash. Mt you can. He can call them when you look at who we can call on. He could have gone any which we it would for. My needs to be applauded for that. I just read the when. You have a must talented as england and when you come up against puerto opposition and despite the name on the show. It's this is a poor jim team. You play the game to win it. You don't play to keep a tight and hope we get fifteen minutes ago and then who. Let's come showy yana. I'll get fuel itself to this show fan. I said in the highlight. Every time i see that thomas miller charts. I still think it's gonna hit the back of the net. Yeah it's unbelievable but you know. Thomas miller likes he just likes to stumbling goals like these kind of kohl's hitting a neck or something going in but but i agree a lot of what you said in there but i'm also glad of gareth. Southgate is not the typical englishman because if if he if he's out there just to detain the french at the moment. Aaron central panel time in the tournament so so so england did today what england had to do and i. I think that if you saw that i talked to thomas taco before the champions league final. He said that one of the main thing when he tried to do was starting eleven he would always think of who can on and yes. I was shocked. Other was a lot of players. You could put to on for england but greely scott that extra thing that he can take on people he can take on. People like inter wasn't a yellow card. He can kind of take them on. And on when we saw the goal so would show agree leash on kane like in here now and i don't agree with the golden gate the need to score. I think that is brilliant technique from hurricane even a lack of confidence. Yes they should.

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"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The link in the show notes. The topic of this episode is one that many people and dare i say the vast majority of people have never heard about. It's almost never mentioned in school. History courses there are no movies about it. There are a few books and it is seldom the topic of conversation. There are two reasons for this. The first is when it happened. All of the. I'll be talking about occurred after. V e day which ended one of the most significant terrible and tumultuous periods in world history. Almost anything which was going to happen after that would be in the shadow of all the events which preceded it. The second is because of who would happen to it. Happened to ethnic germans given the horrors of the war the millions who died in the fact that it all happened because it was instigated by nazi. Germany there was very little sympathy for the victims to understand what happened. I have to go back well before the start of world war two or even the twentieth century in the early eighteenth century. Peter the great invited many german craftsmen to come to russia and settle in russia so he could have use of their skills likewise catherine the great who herself was actually german and russian invited germans to come and settle in area near the volga river. Many germans had come to settle either as craftsmen or as farmers in countries. East germany when prussia controlled much of. What is today. Poland encouraged german immigration after the russian revolution in one thousand nine seventeen. The soviets actually created an autonomous republic within the soviet union for the volga germans. Call the volga german autonomous soviet socialist republic. Germans also settled in parts of what is today hungary romania the baltic states the czech republic croatia serbia and other countries in each of these countries listed germans were an ethnic minority. They often lived in german communities or in german neighborhoods in larger cities most of these people had migrated before there was actually a country called germany which was only founded in eighteen. Seventy one at the start of the second world war there were millions of ethnic germans living outside of germany. Those people were born outside of germany. Most had never been to germany and they were citizens of the country where they lived. The nazis however called these dramatic people who lived outside of germany and did not have german citizenship. Volks stature those who lived inside germany and recurrences. Since we're called reichstag a big part of hitler's plan was unifying all the german peoples in europe. That was why he next austria as well as the dayton land which was ethnically german part of czechoslovakia after the german invasion of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred forty one. Stalin ordered all the ethnic germans to head west to siberia and central asia and the volga german..

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"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Says the one valley shit our debit starry. Why a card. We promised to keep you up to date and we stick to agri use. Keep there's still an investigate his comedy ongoing this month. Chancellor merkel's hatch here in front of investigate competition We didn't gain any new insights. Y'all the g love full white in her china trump about Coking their books. At this time. I actually in our inbox finch cabinets pace up wire caused a pack assets. Meaning asia-pacific chris you wanna take birds. I've your what is your. I will i will. I will move on from here. But what is your impression as of now of the political discussion of the wire card case you think it will have implications so looking forward to the election or is it just something where people think well. Companies companies politicians politicians. It is what it is and also really complicated. And personal opinion it will be totally overshadowed by corona komitch the vaccination lockdowns and all that stuff because it hashes way more allies normal. People don't wear caught you though after kobe Through and we had election for lighter belief. It's towards september Maybe some new legislation do wildcard. We'll be popping up but that will be most likely something that becomes law and exterior salma next year full so about being egidius right out and could not like anyone stepping into that country jimmy studying into any traps during dangerous to homage from what i've seen so far. Yeah yeah okay then moving on from the companies and taking a look at the bigger picture as you said like the ecosystem so we already had news in our show. That largest fintechs are raising more money than the others now. We have confirmation that this helped. True twenty twenty for all german up as well so the top one hundred tech startups in germany raised in twenty twenty more money than the year defoe before despite covert and all the discussions trends are still stable and strong another huge topic of the past couple of weeks..

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"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"News interviews and live. Hello and welcome everybody. This is joe from star rated a whole year startup podcast that youtube block from germany again in transatlantic news recording welcome to this month in german startups again with christian in new york. And if you're watching this youtube you will totally notice and hopefully also when you're listening that we do have a neutral so basically you can. We don't have the issue that somebody's That we cannot do cross talk but we can talk at the same time we can edit it together no more doing stupid stuff and making the other laugh. Right chris yeah so yeah definitely a feature that so many people were lacking wondering one can these two dudes finally talk simultaneously apart from that. Welcome from new york after. Apologize for my really weird mask near think. I should like sit like this time for people watching this out more people. Just listen to audio anyway. that that also means you get out a lot right talked to blow you do a lot of reporting out there with with masks at least yes and nonetheless correctly appreciate it there. You go yes. Let's start let's start today. We are wrapping up february. Twenty twenty one on the twenty third of february. Yes it's not the whole month but the next the news we still find would go into the march news this news. Jim startup scene the much anticipated of other one generated to new tech billionaires in dobie debts. I in a very long time. Your first europe's first tech spec special acquisition company listed frankford more wake-up details merch. Talk about right. Tried to republican game. Stop as well as the billion exit of berlin-based at just you can find us here on instagram linked in on twitter. If the to you're using this to watch or to listen to this. And we now have google calendar where we post even a few weeks ahead all the content we'll be publishing housekeeping. Time to brag. First and foremost stay safe everyone. This is the We were cutting this that it became public knowledge. That half a million americans passed away From corona so guys..

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"german" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Welcome to jewish history matters. I'm jason la steak and jay. Geller is joining me on the podcast today to talk about his book. The show alums a history of the german jewish bourgeoisie from emancipation to destruction. It's a fantastic book. That tells the story of german jewry as a whole through the history of one family and in particular the four scholem brothers each of whom followed their own political and historical path gerhard or gershom scholem the zionist who is most widely known for his scholarship on jewish mysticism alongside. His brothers. varner the communist. Reinhold the nationalist and eric the liberal. It's a multilayered approach towards thinking about jews in germany as well as the broader possibilities of history and its contingency the scholem brothers really showcase the myriad possibilities for political and cultural activity of jews in germany prior to the second world war as well as the different outcomes of the jews in germany verner was murdered by the nazis at involed gershom immigrated to palestine and eric and reinhold made their way toss. Australia altogether sketches the outlines of the german jewish cultural and political millea as the diaspora of the jews of germany after the holocaust and so the scholem family is simultaneously an eminent middle class. Jewish berlin family and at the same time. It's also distinctly normal quotidian every day it showcases through this microcosm the whole story of choose in germany in the lead up to the second world war and the holocaust as well as aftermath jay. Geller is the samuel rosenthal professor of judaic studies at case western reserve university's department of history in addition to the show alums which will talk about. Today he has also written jews in post holocaust. Germany nineteen forty five to nineteen fifty three. I'm so excited that jay is able to join us on the podcast today to discuss the show alums and german jewish history in the largest terms the book and the issues that it raises helps us to think through both the history of jews in germany as well as the legacy of german jewish culture on a wider scale. Thanks for listening in. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks thanks for having me. This book is is such a fascinating. Approach the micro history really that is focusing on the four scholem brothers. You know obviously gershom. Scholem is definitely the most well known of these figures who are studying you as a major figure in jewish intellectual history jewish scholarship. But i think that part of what you've done here which is so interesting is to bring forward a handful of people who each represent different pathways through german jewish history and this really illuminates a lot of important issues. Do you maybe want to explain briefly about these different trajectories About these different figures in the show family and what they represent in the eighteen ninety s arthur bitty show-me who are the owners of a print shop berlin had four sons reinhold arish varner and gerhard litter known gershom and in time they viewed the travails of german society and experience the ambiguities of not the difficulties of german jewelry and they chose for different political paths. Brian whole the oldest was a national liberal or right liberal. Eric was a liberal democrat or a left liberal van was a social democrat and later became a communist in gershom of course was zionist so in this one family among these four brothers we see four political paths taken by german jewry in the first decades of the twentieth century raven. These weren't the only pads but they were by far the most common covering most of the political spectrum verner began his career as a socialist but he joined the communist party at the time of the The merger of the independent social democratic party but the communist party and he quickly rose to become the second most powerful member of the german communist party. He was a personal rival of of stalin and the stalinist clique in german communism in the mid nineteen twenty s when stalinist is attempting to take over the other communist parties in the commoner

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"german" Discussed on The Cities of Refuge Podcast

The Cities of Refuge Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on The Cities of Refuge Podcast

"Minimal successes. I think particularly as you as you said. In the beginning because outside germany miracle angela merkel is still celebrated as a champion of progressive migration politics. I always find it fascinating to see that. In the netherlands doing solidarity manifestations even activists really really celebrate miracle praised exemplary german approach and there seems to be very little insight in or knowledge about the fact that american federal german government faced constant scrutiny and criticism these productive tensions and shannon. Just like this court case. So i think we need to be mindful and critical of these minimal. Minimal successes point are very well taken. The grass is obviously always greener on the other side and it's also important to manage expectations when it comes to looking at at these movements such as the safe harbor initiative the get back to one of the very interesting questions in your research funds esca. You did look at some of the points of contention and how different actors involved local authorities on the other hand and some of the civil society organizations most notably of course on the other one do not always agree on the best course of action. Could you tell us a little bit more about that. You can see that. There are a lot of points of contention on the civil societies april and the local authorities disagree on a lot of these points. Basically all of the points of the decorations so for example when it comes to how many refugees for example burden should take in the secretary of state in my opinion said something very interesting. He said that he has two hearts beating and and his chest and one of them wants to take as many refugees as possible unfulfilled -tarian duties help these people but the other hard also wants to provide the adequate integration on the adequate circumstances for them in order to be able to integrate well and they were criticizes that they're always should be more. They should take in more refugees. They should more actively support. High sierra rescue they. They're very very critical of everything. The cities during which of course is good because it pushes the discourse but they are they do disagree on a lot of these things and what a lot of numbers of told me is that they are often viewed as too radical..

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"german" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Get those calls to customers because of covert so. That is a big big rundown of the vw brand the group in the brands within it as well making those ev's here's an interesting. Just you know. I just thought because sometimes i say the podcast. And i'm not being flippant that the model the model x. from tesla a largely insignificant now The it's all about model y and it's and model three ready but mostly about model y as a company going forward. I don't think they should get rid of because the premium cars and you can spell sexy calls them however the people complain and say oh you call and say that you know very important. They are important. But as a as an example the tesla model s and the testimony x. combined twenty twenty sold just over fifty thousand fifty five thousand when it was all washed up by the end of the year. Well the audi eight-run on its own did fifty thousand as a single model from audi so that you make of that what you will out each on selling very well and actually because tesla white report s and x individually. They combine them. Now if you say. I don't know if fifty fifty i think the the split would be in favor of the s probably the ratio but say it's fifty fifty because the atrium double the sales the model x. Although whether you think that comparable aleve out to you let's move onto another german make. Bmw group sold two hundred thousand electrified vehicles last year. The bmw group sold a total of obese pacific one hundred and nine hundred ninety two and a half thousand case not quite two hundred podcast. Licensed to exaggerate. And all that includes bmw that includes many as well and it was an increase of a third so not a stella figures from bmw's we've seen from vw in an fantas. It's because they haven't really done very much in the last year. Paul from the mini electro ability. They say a significant growth driver for the company and absolute sam's sales of fully vs thirteen percent across the year and plug in hybrid sales climbed by forty percent in europe electrified. Vehicles not pure electric about fifteen percent of total silence would bmw said lagging behind a little bit because they haven't really done anything. Bmw agree has increased the number of electrified vehicles so pure electric and plug in hybrids up to thirteen. Now they putting plug its own but they will hybrids really available. In all the markets they serve seventy four different markets. Now by twenty twenty three so in a couple of years time They will have twenty five electrified. Vehicles hall of them will be fully electric. And that's the big key thing that i and maybe you look out for as well so in a couple of years time we all. Just have the bmw. I three and the mini cooper seo or the mini cooper electric as it's called around the world The they'll be perhaps twelve thirteen fourteen pure electrics. Of course we have got the bmw x. Coming to market. We have the bmw x. Three which did go on sale last year. There's going to be the bmw. I four being made in munich again. It'll be a big year many many with the all electric Cooper se did seventeen and a half thousand vehicles sold last year. So not mega pretty good. Of course that made in oxford here. As i said it loud so i'd better go with it and if i'm wrong start out. It's made in oxford. It might not be made in oxford. I might be thinking of something else completely. But i figure if i saw it with enough conviction you might believe me anyway. Wherever the mini night. It's made here in the uk and selling okay. Let's move on. Let's talk about another uk. Company jackie ovo. The i pace is made by a third party company and australia called. Magna dykes jag you. I pay sales. Hit a new record in the last quarter of last year off the some weak- courses through the again covid really three things up in the air. The jaguar pace expanded in the last quarter of the year to do an all time record of almost eight thousand paces sold around the world says inside. If as the year over year growth is seventy percent i pay share of the jogye. Volume has been surging as well locked because people weren't really buying the other jaguars they were buying the electric versions. It's the same story again and again. How can people. I don't know some people still bucey. The electric vehicles are the future. Like you know and you're listening to an electric podcast but every time we hear it like petrol was down these down. Oh electric cars up two hundred percent. So how many did it do well. In twenty twenty they did sixteen and a half thousand paces. It's okay actually a little bit down on tunein. Nineteen the i pace fabulous car. I'm going to get my review on the very soon. I had one for a month. A box fresh one direct from the factory from onto which is a subscription company. Here they they ordered one and it arrived on the ship and they said we'll bring it straight to you drive it for a month have ago with the onto service and tell you about it when you when you good and ready The i pace as it as they specked it for me was eighty grand car on. It's just fabulous in every possible way. It's so luxurious. And just those fun. Like real fine details. I'll get a review on the soon about it but really really nice not a cheap car and that might be why it's cells of course you can get slightly cheaper and you can speak higher as well. But why why they were selling sixteen and a half thousand of them in in twenty twenty because it's a smaller market that they're appealing to There's about forty thousand sold so fast as they lost the pace. i think. tips. About forty-one thousand maybe now I'm not surprised but actually that you can get some if forty grind is a deal. If you want to early one you can get and pick them up about forty grind here in the uk and again just beautiful great interior. Everything you'd want loaded on it. Stunning cars really and big batch and ninety kilowatt hour battery pack in those as well so the mileage is efficiency not market leading not tesla level. But it does to hundred fifty odd miles and it's a great. It's a nice fast charging as well. Okay that's you start attack. I did one year. Fifteen minutes in numbers if you need to go and have a lie down. Press pause. Because i did when i was writing the podcast tonight. My brain was slightly fried unless talk about general motors joining the race to electrify package delivery. Gm is launching a new business unit devoted to electric goods delivery and says the package giant. Fedex are going to be their first customer. According to axios gm's new company. Bright drop mice nine. A bright drp provides ecosystem of electric. I last mile product software and services of the logistics and delivery companies. The company sent a key piece. Is the new electric delivery van. Arriving late this year the gm say will have a two hundred and fifty mile range deliveries a haunting up with the amazon ribian partnership folds transit arrival a uk company. What call seveco l. d. v. lacson psi group as well. I love it because these vans are working vehicles and of them they get running to the ground so some of them are pretty old stinky. Diesels putin around. We call it rights again. I'm off the road every single one. The coast electric is a big win. Sony released that the electric division asked. They called it. Let's see yes last year and said well we just mucking about. It's not. We're not gonna make any the i would just say you know what it's like And people believe them. And i didn't and once again a year later sony of been showing off and road testing new v and sign once.

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"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"german" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"A battlefield to another was extremely difficult plagues and horns would often be used to send commands because there is no other way to send communications over that distance in that amount of time even with the advent of radio in world war. Two battlefields were spread out over much larger distances and communication could still be difficult with that being said. Let me summarize the timeline of what happened at the end of world war two in europe in the spring of nineteen forty five is the allies. Were closing in hitler. And his cronies were in his bunker in berlin and the russians began inching closer many of his top generals who saw the writing on the wall began surrendering individually and hitler accused him of being traders. As wall started caving. In on april twenty fifth mussalini was killed by a mob in italy. April twenty ninth. All of the german forces in italy surrendered. Hitler killed himself. On april thirtieth after that things began to fall apart very quickly. Technically the leadership of the third reich fell to admiral. karl donuts. not that there was really anything to rule over on may second. The german forces in berlin Soviets on may fourth german troops. In the netherlands denmark northern germany surrendered to feel marshall montgomery on may fifth germans in bavaria. Surrender to american. general jacob. Devers on may. Sixth hermann goering surrenders to general carl spots head of the american air forces in europe on may seventh at shape. The supreme headquarters allied expeditionary force in reims france chief of staff of the german armed forces high command general. Alfred yodel signed the document of unconditional. Surrender of all german forces the same day general franz bom announced the surrender of all german forces in norway with the phrase quote all forces under german control to cease active operations at twenty three o one our central european time on may eighth nineteen forty-five unquote on may eighth field marshall helm titles surrendered in person to soviet field marshall zubkov in berlin pretty much all german forces ceased activity. The warren earp was over and v. e. day was celebrated around the world and random people started kissing each other in times square except not everyone in the german army was able to surrender. Not the men who were part of operation. How it again now. You're probably wondering what was operation..

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