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I like to recall these circumstances, not least because one of the sponsors of our conference has been the Concetta Social Centre. In: …weiland Bursch zu Heidelberg… Eine Festschrift der Heidelberger Korporationen zur 600-Jahr-Feier der Ruperto Carola. One may or may not agree with these theses, but from a heuristic point of view they were strongly innovative and set in motion a series of fruitful research projects aimed at establishing a relationship between historical memory and the new generations of Germany's citizens, without the filtering mediation of ivory-tower academics or party apparatchiks. It was paid according to the individual circumstances of the person concerned, and the claimant was eventually expected to repay it. The fact of preserving traces of the past and constructing around them an initiative based on historical memory - not simply the setting up of a memorial stone - ranks high in the scale of civil activity and meaning. However his methods were not acceptable to the sociologists at the Institute.

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The period is the last three years of the Weimar Republic, and the place is Berlin. Thus this period saw an increase in mobility of labour from factory to factory, sector to sector and region to region. The proposal was adopted, and a few days later Die Rote Fahne reported success all along the line: three hundred extra copies of the paper had been sold, Social Democrats were showing interest, the house-defence squad already had sixty members, and the tenants had formed an action committee. This involved the marginalisation of Hans Neumann, who, together with two other leaders, Thalmann and Remmele, ran the party; also the removal of Albert Kuntz, the party's organising officer in Berlin, and two leaders of the Communist youth organisation, Alfred Hiller and Kurt Muller. Since then, members may choose whether they want to practice. The years of creeping civil war I would like to touch on a problem which has been raised several times by historians.

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Detlev Peukert zum Gedenken, ed. This law opened the way for a general increase in working hours throughout industry, in some cases provoking excesses against which even the Nazi authorities themselves had to intervene. This power derived particularly from the fact that companies were complaining about shortages of skilled workers, and were thus disposed to improve terms and conditions of employment in order to attract labour. This source material is invaluable for a reconstruction of the context of working-class life and work under Nazism. Of the two radical leaders, Otto and Gregor Strasser, the first left the party in 1930, and the second was marginalised in the party shortly prior to Hitler's nomination as Chancellor.

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Urige Kneipe mit Charme

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The unemployed could receive social security only if they succeeded in convincing the benefits officer in a face-to-face interview. So we can say that the integration was not a general integration, but an integration aimed at particular new sectors. One of the most original contributions has been that of a young historian who died recently - Detlev Peukert. They were young and very young, often coming from broken families; they had never worked and had no prospects of finding work; they entered and left the party and its organisations extremely easily. Broadly speaking these were the three blocs of the factory working class which Hitler was going to have to integrate into his totalitarian state. Secondly, the history of the working class is to be analysed in all the various fragmentations and segmentations which the working class has experienced; one should not limit oneself, as so often happens in the work of social and labour-movement historians, to examining only the central portion of the factory working class that is tied culturally to the social democratic party and the social democratic trade union. Insecurity and exasperation grew, and there was a strong desire to get rid of the regime.

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The German Communists and Political Violence 1929-1933. And in a number of decisive sectors such as engineering but not auto and electrical engineering, women's employment rose; it went, respectively, from 40. As you may know, in the Weimar Republic, Mayday was not a holiday. People say that in some respects they were very similar to those of their peers who were joining the ranks of the National Socialist organisations. Abseits vom üblichen Touristenstrom der Klassikerstadt wurde mit viel Liebe zum Detail dieses irische Kleinod mitten in Thüringen geschaffen.

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Nightlife in Berlin

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For example, the Micheletti Foundation to be specific, Pier Paolo Poggio has researched the available literature in English, American and French journals; the research institutes in Hamburg and Bremen have made available original research work and a selected bibliography; and Michael Wildt, editor of Werkstatt Geschichte undertook to study the journal published for history teachers in junior and secondary schools in Germany, Geschichte im Unterricht. Es war eine gute Stimmung da, war ein schöner Abend. But the atomisation of the unemployed prevented a social reconfiguration to the Left. In the fourth quarter of 1930, the unemployed stood at 3,699,000; in the same period of 1931, the figure was 5,060,000; by one year later it stood at 5,353,000. But I don't think this should minimize the existnece of partiicpaton by the working classes as well. If we examine the industrial policy initiatives of the period, and the course of restructuration and major technological innovation, certain things become apparent.

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