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* Holger Nehring, ' The British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons and the Cultures of the Cold War, 1957 – 64 ', Contemporary British History, 19, No. 2 ( 2005 )
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Holger and Nehring
* Holger Nehring, ' Diverging perceptions of security: NATO and the protests against nuclear weapons ', in Andreas Wenger, et al.
* Holger Nehring, ' From Gentleman's Club to Folk Festival: The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in Manchester, 1958-63 ', North West Labour History Journal, No. 26 ( 2001 ), pp. 18 – 28
* Holger Nehring, ' National Internationalists: British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons, the Politics of Transnational Communications and the Social History of the Cold War, 1957 – 1964 ', Contemporary European History, 14, No. 4 ( 2006 )
* Holger Nehring, ' Politics, Symbols and the Public Sphere: The Protests against Nuclear Weapons in Britain and West Germany, 1958-1963 ', Zeithistorische Forschungen, 2, No. 2 ( 2005 )
Holger and British
" Canadian historian Holger H. Herwig claims the plan started as a result of discussions by Hitler in November 1940 and May 1941 when he stated his need to “ deploy long-range bombers against American cities from the Azores .” Due to their location, he thought the Portuguese Azores islands were Germany's “ only possibility of carrying out aerial attacks from a land base against the United States .” At the time, Portuguese dictator Salazar had allowed German U-boats and navy ships to refuel there, but from 1943 onwards, he leased bases in the Azores to the British, allowing the Allies to provide aerial coverage in the middle of the Atlantic.
These included the Hvidsten group which received weapons parachuted by the British over Denmark and Holger Danske which was successful in organizing sabotage activities and assassinations of collaborators.
Holger and West
For more information about Caribbean cultural influence in the United States, see Holger Henke's, The West Indian Americans, Westport: Greenwood Press 2001. baton rouge la.
Jean-Paul Sartre's chauffeur for his meeting with Andreas Baader and later a militant also, Hans-Joachim Klein claimed to keep a picture of Holger Meins ’ autopsy photo on him to reinforce his hatred for the West German “ fascist ” system.
Holger and German
Sociological historian Holger Herwig found in studying German explanations for the origins of World War I, " Those events that are most important are hardest to understand, because they attract the greatest attention from myth makers and charlatans.
* Herwig, Holger “ The Failure of German Sea Power, 1914-1945: Mahan, Tirpitz, and Raeder Reconsidered ” pages 68 – 105 from The International History Review, Volume 10, Issue # 1, February 1988.
However, recent German scholarship by Holger Afflerbach and others has questioned the authenticity of this so-called " Christmas memorandum ".
Guitars on this tour were handled by Alan Darby ( who was replaced shortly after by German guitarist Holger Larish ) and Zoe Nicholas and Susie Webb were brought aboard to provide back-up vocals.
It spawned the literary " Holger feud ," which revealed the increasing dissatisfaction among the native Danish population with the German influence on Danish society.
Amongst others, the Danish intellectual Peter Andreas Heiberg joined the feud by writing a satirical version entitled Holger Tyske (" Holger the German ") ridiculing Baggesen's lyrics.
Holger Czukay ( born Holger Schüring ; 24 March 1938 ) is a German musician, probably best known as a co-founder of the krautrock group Can.
Holger Klaus Meins ( October 26, 1941-November 9, 1974 ) was a German cinematography student who joined the Red Army Faction ( RAF ) in the early 1970s and died on hunger strike in prison.
From 1968 to 1973, German musicians such as Edgar Froese ( founder of Tangerine Dream ), Holger Czukay ( one of the founders of Can and a former student of Karlheinz Stockhausen ), Popol Vuh, and Ashra released a number of works featuring experimental sounds and textures built with electronics, synthesizers, acoustic and electric instruments which were referred to as cosmic music.
Holger Börner ( 7 February 1931 in Kassel – 2 August 2006 in Kassel ) was a German politician of the SPD.
Popol Vuh was a German electronic avantgarde band founded by pianist and keyboardist Florian Fricke in 1969 together with Holger Trülzsch ( percussion ) and Frank Fiedler ( recording engineer and technical assistance ).
Holger Voss is a German Internet user who was sued in January 2003 for a sarcastic comment pertaining to the September 11, 2001 attacks in an Internet discussion forum, a case that attracted nationwide attention in Germany.
Arvanitis and Szigeti played together in late April 2005 at the ' Rock Classic Allstars ' show in Bochum, Germany, with Martin Kesici, Axel Rudi Pell, Kai Hoffmann, Jeff Brown ( ex-Sweet ) and German soccer star Holger Aden.
Holger and against
This success received a blow in March 1789, when an opera, Holger Danske, which he had written, was received with heated controversy and a nationalist reaction against him ( as an associate of Germans ) set in.
He headed the group " Det moderne Gjennembruds Mænd " ( The Men of the Modern Breakthrough ), composed of J. P. Jacobsen, Holger Drachmann, Edvard Brandes, Erik Skram, Sophus Schandorph, and Norwegians Henrik Ibsen and Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, but a conservative reaction against his " realistic " doctrines began around 1883, headed by Holger Drachmann.
Holger and War
" pages 135-142 from The Outbreak of World War One:: Causes and Responsibilities, edited by Holger Herwig, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1997.
: " Russia Accepts a General War ", from The Outbreak of World War I, edited by Holger Herwig, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997
After the War, during which Jørgen was exiled in Scotland, their second son, Nils Holger Petersen, was born in 1946.
Holger and –
* June 2 – Andreas Baader, Jan-Carl Raspe, Holger Meins and some other members of Red Army Faction are arrested in Frankfurt am Main after a shootout.
"" Playing the Cook ": Nurturing Men in Titus Andronicus ", in Holger Klein and Rowland Wymer ( editors ), Shakespeare and History ( Shakespeare Yearbook ), ( Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996 ), 327 – 54
Ior Bock (; originally Bror Holger Svedlin ; 17 January 1942 – 23 October 2010 ) was a Swedish-speaking Finnish tour guide, actor, mythologist and eccentric.
In 1991 Petersen stood down as party chairperson, he was replaced by Holger K. Nielsen, who was – compared to the other candidate Steen Gade – closer to the party's socialist past.
Ludvigsen married in 1946 to Holger Ludvigsen ( 1925 – 2008 ) and never finished her university studies in literature, but became a mother of five children.
Holger Henrik Herholdt Drachmann ( 9 October 1846 – 14 January 1908 ), was a Danish poet and dramatist.
Holger Crafoord ( 1908 – 1982 ) was a Swedish industrialist and founded Gambro along with Nils Alwall, a company that would commercialize Alwall's research into artificial kidneys.