Synonyms for bermbach or Related words with bermbach
Examples of "bermbach"
(1822-1875) was a German lawyer who worked in Cologne.
, a member of the Communist League, was a correspondent of Karl Marx and kept him abreast of anti-communist trials in Cologne after Marx had moved to London.
also was a witness for the defence at that the Cologne Communist Trial.
From 1868 to 1944,
was part of the Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau.
is a municipality in the district Schmalkalden-Meiningen, in Thuringia, Germany.
The community’s six "Ortsteile" are
, Esch (administrative seat), Niederems (with Reinborn), Reichenbach, Steinfischbach and Wüstems.
The first of the constituent communities to have a documentary mention was
, which was named as "Barenbach" in a document from the Lorsch codex in 772. For many centuries this was borderland; the Limes ran nearby, and later, the Electoral Mainz’s, Hesse’s and Nassau’s spheres of influence all came up against each other here. From 1276 to 1570 the village was bound to the noble family of the Lords of
was mentioned in connection with the persecution of witches and the legendary Schinderhannes (1801).
(born 17 February 1981) is a German bobsledder who has competed since 2006. He has two World Cup victories in the four-man events during the 2008–09 season.
Under the name "Berinbach", the outlying centre of
was first mentioned in documents in 1253. Besides agriculture, the villagers also worked at mining. Ore was mined from pits in Bermbach's municipal area up until 1914, when operations ceased.
Margis competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics for Germany. He teamed with driver Francesco Friedrich, Gregor
and Jannis Bäcker in the Germany-2 sled in the four-man event, finishing 10th.
In the framework of municipal reform in Hesse, the hitherto self-governing communities of
, Esch, Niederems, Reichenbach, Steinfischbach and Wüstems merged in 1972 into today’s greater community of Waldems.
At the FIBT World Championships 2009 in Lake Placid, New York,
finished ninth in the two-man event while crashing out in the first run of the four-man event.
Besides the main town, in which just under 40% of the inhabitants live, the outlying centres of Ahausen,
, Drommershausen, Gaudernbach, Hasselbach, Hirschhausen, Kirschhofen, Kubach, Odersbach and Waldhausen also belong to Weilburg's municipal area.
Scholars Dieter Borchmeyer, Udo
() and Hermann Danuser () support the thesis that with the character of Beckmesser, Wagner did not intend to allude to Jewish stereotypes, but rather to criticize (academic) pedantism in general. They point out similarities to the figure of Malvolio in Shakespeare's comedy "Twelfth Night".
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