Synonyms for spangenburg or Related words with spangenburg

spangenberg              potrykus              kucherlapati              spangenbert              hooykaas              wricke              jenes              lavitrano              staehelin              hinchee              gepts              rohrmann              petolino              birkhauser              kriegler              kosage              tinnefeld              scheible              klucik              schatzlein              kluver              botterman              kleinhofs              phler              szelei              arelli              ehrengruber              somleva              helentjaris              shrawat              gruissem              wrfel              schfer              signatur              lucken              fladung              towbin              griesbach              zambryski              varianzanalyse              polymr              hereditas              rbbelen              uknes              datla              stoger              hebd              henninghausen              burghard              bchel             



Examples of "spangenburg"
4. Ray Spangenburg and Kit Moser. African Americans in Science, Math, and Invention. New York, 2003. ISBN 0-8160-4806-1
At the time of their capture, the prisoner of war camp infrastructure was only just developing; those in captivity found their conditions relatively relaxed. Griff was placed in a number of POW camps – including Spangenburg Castle (Oflag IX-A/H) and Dulag luft – before incarceration in Stalag Luft III.
In the Second World War, at the Fall of France, on June 10, 1940, he was cut off in Normandy by German tanks, and was separated from the battalion he was with. After that, he got a bike and spent ten weeks hiding from the Nazis, while trying to reach Spain, eventually cycling . Near Poitiers, a French gendarme stopped him because the bicycle lacked a plaque used for annual tax, and phoned the Germans, who made him prisoner. He was sent to Germany and spent the rest of the war in five POW camps, mainly at Spangenburg bei Kassel.
His parents helped nurture his growing interest in science by buying him chemistry sets and reading materials. His interest in space, however, was his primary focus, especially after reading science fiction stories by writers such as H. G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs, which stirred his imagination about life on other planets such as Mars. According to biographer Ray Spangenburg, these early years as Sagan tried to understand the mysteries of the planets became a "driving force in his life, a continual spark to his intellect, and a quest that would never be forgotten."