Synonyms for beginn_der or Related words with beginn_der

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Examples of "beginn_der"
Innenminister Boris Rhein, Polizeipräsident Achim Thiel und Kriminaldirektor Dieter Rein präsentierten den Erfolg: „Zu Beginn der Ermittlungen 2011, waren 90 % des Frankfurter Drogenhandels fest in mazedonischer Hand“, so Rein.
Ridiculed by Huelsenbeck as ‘the Caspar David Friedrich of the Dadaist Revolution’, he would reply with an absurdist short story "Franz Mullers Drahtfrühling, Ersters Kapitel: Ursachen und Beginn der grossen glorreichen Revolution in Revon" published in Der Sturm (xiii/11, 1922), which featured an innocent bystander who started a revolution 'merely by being there'.
They also organized the Bewegung Freies Deutschland (Free Germany Movement) to work with people in factories, military units, opposition parties and others, growing to several hundred people. In his publication, "Am Beginn der letzten Phase des Krieges" ("At the beginning of the last phase of the war"), Jacob wrote that to end the war and overthrow the fascist dictator, Communists should concentrate all their strength "on developing a broad, national front composed of all groups that stand opposed to fascism.
They also organized the Bewegung Freies Deutschland (Free Germany Movement) to work with people in factories, military units, opposition parties and others, growing to several hundred people. In his publication, "Am Beginn der letzten Phase des Krieges" ("At the beginning of the last phase of the war"), Jacob wrote that to end the war and overthrow the fascist dictator, Communists should concentrate all their strength "on developing a broad, national front composed of all groups that stand opposed to fascism.
In 1890 Lippmann wrote an extremely detailed and influential history of sugar processing, "Geschichte des Zuckers: seiner Darstellung und Verwendung, seit den ältesten Zeiten bis zum Beginn der Rübenzucker Fabrikation" (History of sugar from the ancient times until the beginning of beet sugar production). To make it more accessible, he wrote an abridged version in 1894, which was also translated in French. In 1929 he published an updated version of his initial volume (824 pp). Although an influential work in its day, 21st century scholars found it to be misleading with respect to sugar production in the Middle Ages.
Gerhard Zinserling left high school in 1944 with a "Reifevermerk" (certificate of maturity), to take part in the war effort. He was captured as a prisoner of war, but was released early in 1945 and enrolled in prelininary studies for university in Jena in the same year and soon completed his final examination. In 1946 he enrolled in classical archaeology, art history and prehistory at the University of Jena. In 1949 he completed the final academic exam and became an academic assistant at the archaeological institute in Jena. His studies came to an end in 1950, when he received his doctorate from Ludger Alscher and Friedrich Zucker. His dissertation was entitled "Die Stilentwicklung der stadtrömischen Porträtkunst vom Ausgang des zweiten Jahrhunderts n. Chr. bis zum Beginn der Spätantike" (The Stylistic Development of Portraiture in the City of Rome from the End of the Second Century AD until the Beginning of Late Antiquity). Then he was made an acting lecturer. In March 1956 he completed his habilitation from Robert Heidenreich und Horst Kusch at the same location with the work "Die Stilentwicklung der stadtrömischen Porträtkunst vom Ausgang des zweiten Jahrhunderts n. Chr. bis zum Beginn der Spätantike" (The Stylistic Development of Portraiture in the City of Rome from the End of the Second Century AD until the Beginning of Late Antiquity), which was a continuation of the studies he had carried out for his doctorate. In September 1956 he became an ordinary lecturer, from June 1960 he was a Professor with lectureship and from February 1963 a Professor with Full Lectureship. Finally, in September 1969, Zinserling was appointed Chair of Classical Archaeology at Jena, where he continued to teach until his retirement in 1991.
Hoffmann was born in Dresden and grew up in Stuttgart, Germany. He is the son of , the future Director of the Wurtemberg State Library. After studying at the universities of Stuttgart, Tübingen, Zurich, Northwestern University and Munich he received his PhD in 1961 from Franz Schnabel following his thesis defense on "The diplomatic relations between Wurtemberg and Bavaria from the Crimean War and the beginning of the Italian Crisis" ("Die diplomatischen Beziehungen zwischen Württemberg und Bayern im Krimkrieg und bis zum Beginn der Italienischen Krise"). In 1965 he became a postdoc at the University of Northern Iowa. In 1970 he took up a teaching position on German History at McGill University in Montreal. Hoffmann is the William Kingsford Professor of History and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.