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Minga Berlin Picnic Anarchy - Unisex-Socken aus...
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: weinrot/rot/gelb

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Berlin Calling
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Berlin Calling ab 24.99 € als epub eBook: A Story of Anarchy Music The Wall and the Birth of the New Berlin. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: blau/hellblau/mint

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Berlin Calling
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Berlin Calling ab 24.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: A Story of Anarchy Music the Wall. and the Birth of the New Berlin. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Politik & Gesellschaft,

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Minga Berlin Picnic Anarchy - Unisex-Socken aus...
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: mint/blau/gelb

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Patrice Lumumba: The Life and Legacy of the Pan...
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“Without dignity there is no liberty, without justice there is no dignity, and without independence there are no free men.” (Patrice Lumumba)The modern history of Africa was, until very recently, written on behalf of the indigenous races by the white man, who had forcefully entered the continent during a particularly hubristic and dynamic phase of European history. In 1884, Prince Otto von Bismarck, the German chancellor, brought the plenipotentiaries of all major powers of Europe together, to deal with Africa's colonization in such a manner as to avoid provocation of war. This event - known as the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885 - galvanized a phenomenon that came to be known as the Scramble for Africa. The conference established two fundamental rules for European seizure of Africa. The first of these was that no recognition of annexation would granted without evidence of a practical occupation, and the second, that a practical occupation would be deemed unlawful without a formal appeal for protection made on behalf of a territory by its leader, a plea that must be committed to paper in the form of a legal treaty.One of the most controversial colonization efforts took place in the Congo, which still conjures up contrasting images of jungles, wildlife, warlords, civil wars, blood diamonds, and the ongoing anarchy of ethnic and tribal warfare. Indeed, the vast expanse of Congo remains one of the most enigmatic and little-known regions of Africa. It is also, undeniably, the original African failed state. It has suffered generations of warlord rule, inter-ethnic violence and insecurity, particularly in the remote and isolated east of the country.The original name of the region derives from the Kingdom of Kongo, a pre-colonial power that ruled a limited region surrounding, and extended south of, the mouth of the Congo River. The first Europeans to discover the mouth of the Congo River were the Portuguese, who incrementally explored the coast of Af 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Bernard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/165672/bk_acx0_165672_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Minga Berlin Picnic Anarchy - Unisex-Socken aus...
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: hellblau/blau/gelb

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Anarchy and Art: From the Paris Commune to the ...
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A fascinating study of anarchist artists confronting pivotal historical moments over the past 140 years.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Anarchy and Art: From the Paris Commune to the ...
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A fascinating study of anarchist artists confronting pivotal historical moments over the past 140 years.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Learning German (badly)
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"Not many know and love Europe, and our complex relationship with it, like Luscombe. And no one can communicate that with such fantastically self-deprecating wit." Federay Holmes, Associate Artist at the Globe Theatre London. With the possibility looming that the referendum might get passed and he'll lose easy access to his German partner and Germany, British stage director Tim Luscombe must get a German passport. To apply he must first pass his German language test. To do that, he must first learn German. It goes badly. An ode to a potential union, a lament for lost citizenship and a celebration of life, Tim Luscombe's comic diary charms as it enlightens. Apparently secure in the cosmopolitan bubble of Berlin, Tim seeks to win citizenship by returning to school to learn German. However, his twenty international classmates are not as focussed on study as he would wish. Karole from Botswana, Mervyn from Estonia and Jang-Mi from Korea become his new unlikely friends as together they grapple with mind-bending grammar, the art of integration and baffling immigration paperwork. As their flawed but valiant teacher attempts to coral her ship of fools towards an understanding of the dative, some prosper while others move on. As well as reflecting the anarchy of the class, Learning German (badly) records Tim's despair watching from afar the build-up to the referendum to leave the European Union - Brexit. And then its aftermath when the UK votes to leave the EU. His sense of himself as a European is threatened when a new England is born, heralded by Teresa May's conference speech damning 'citizens of nowhere'. As an old England dies and Tim mourns and feels a sense of loss and confusion, his father also faces his own death in Teddington Hospital, forcing priorities to shift and the comedy to darken. As a European political union is torn apart, a new personal union deepens when Tim's peregrinations end and he falls in love with his newly adoptive country and marries his German boyfriend. This comedy of manners is as much about the dynamics of a classroom as it is about a union of countries - as much about feelings of isolation among unfamiliar people-places-and-things as it is about how those feelings ultimately transform into renewal. Its central interests are transience, identity, community - and how not to learn German.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Learning German (badly)
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"Not many know and love Europe, and our complex relationship with it, like Luscombe. And no one can communicate that with such fantastically self-deprecating wit." Federay Holmes, Associate Artist at the Globe Theatre London. With the possibility looming that the referendum might get passed and he'll lose easy access to his German partner and Germany, British stage director Tim Luscombe must get a German passport. To apply he must first pass his German language test. To do that, he must first learn German. It goes badly. An ode to a potential union, a lament for lost citizenship and a celebration of life, Tim Luscombe's comic diary charms as it enlightens. Apparently secure in the cosmopolitan bubble of Berlin, Tim seeks to win citizenship by returning to school to learn German. However, his twenty international classmates are not as focussed on study as he would wish. Karole from Botswana, Mervyn from Estonia and Jang-Mi from Korea become his new unlikely friends as together they grapple with mind-bending grammar, the art of integration and baffling immigration paperwork. As their flawed but valiant teacher attempts to coral her ship of fools towards an understanding of the dative, some prosper while others move on. As well as reflecting the anarchy of the class, Learning German (badly) records Tim's despair watching from afar the build-up to the referendum to leave the European Union - Brexit. And then its aftermath when the UK votes to leave the EU. His sense of himself as a European is threatened when a new England is born, heralded by Teresa May's conference speech damning 'citizens of nowhere'. As an old England dies and Tim mourns and feels a sense of loss and confusion, his father also faces his own death in Teddington Hospital, forcing priorities to shift and the comedy to darken. As a European political union is torn apart, a new personal union deepens when Tim's peregrinations end and he falls in love with his newly adoptive country and marries his German boyfriend. This comedy of manners is as much about the dynamics of a classroom as it is about a union of countries - as much about feelings of isolation among unfamiliar people-places-and-things as it is about how those feelings ultimately transform into renewal. Its central interests are transience, identity, community - and how not to learn German.

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Berlin Calling
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Berlin Calling ab 25.49 EURO A Story of Anarchy Music the Wall. and the Birth of the New Berlin

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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Berlin Calling
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Berlin Calling ab 24.99 EURO A Story of Anarchy Music The Wall and the Birth of the New Berlin

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Stand: 22.01.2021
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