Synonyms for verteidigung or Related words with verteidigung

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Examples of "verteidigung"
In November 1989 the acting Minister for National Defense "(amtierender Minister für Nationale Verteidigung)", Admiral Theodor Hoffmann, abolished this rank.
The Ministry of National Defense (German: "Ministerium für Nationale Verteidigung - MfNV") was the chief administrative arm of the East German National People's Army. The MND was modeled on that of the Soviet Union. The headquarters of the Ministry was in Strausberg near East Berlin. The Hugo Eberlein Guard Regiment provided security and guard services to the Ministry. The Ministry also had its own publishing house, Verlag des Ministeriums für Nationale Verteidigung.
In October 2011 the Federal Ministry of Defence ("Bundesministerium der Verteidigung") announced that the FSLK200 will be deactivated, and their functions integrated into other units, a process that was to be completed by the year 2014.
The highest level of leadership for the NVA was the Ministry for National Defense ("Ministerium für Nationale Verteidigung") headquartered in Strausberg near East Berlin. NVA administration was divided into the following commands:
There are several different kinds of oral examinations used in practice. The "Disputation", also called "Verteidigung" ("defense"), is usually public (at least to members of the university) and is focused on the topic of the thesis. In contrast, the "Rigorosum" is not held in public and also encompasses fields in addition to the topic of the thesis. The "Rigorosum" is only common for doctoral degrees. Another term for an oral examination is "Kolloquium", which generally refers to a usually public scientific discussion and is often used synonymously with "Verteidigung".
Kmoch had written for the magazine "Wiener Schachzeitung" from the early 1920s. His "Die Kunst der Verteidigung" (The Art of Defence) was the first chess book devoted to this subject. In 1930, Kmoch updated the Bilguer handbook, and wrote the tournament book for the Carlsbad 1929 event.
One of her first productions was a translation of Mary Wollstonecraft's programmatic paper in English on the women's rights movement. It appeared in 1899 under the title "Mary Wollstonecraft – Eine Verteidigung der Rechte der Frau" (Mary Wollstonecroft — in defense of women's rights).
Werner E. Ablaß (born 11 December 1946) is a German politician who was a Christian oppositionist in East Germany (GDR). Together with minister Rainer Eppelmann, Secretary of State in the Ministerium für Abrüstung und Verteidigung (MfAuV), Ablaß played a major role in the closure of the National People's Army (NVA) during the German reunification.
In addition to "Total Resistance", von Dach authored more than a hundred publications about tactics, including army manuals, defence journal articles and books, such as "Gefechtstechnik" ("Combat technique", various editions from 1958 to 1957), "Kampfbeispiele" ("Combat examples", 1977) and "Kampfverfahren der Verteidigung" ("Defensive combat techniques", 1959). A gifted draftsman, he illustrated many of his own works.
After World War II, West Germany started with preparations for rearmament ("Wiederbewaffnung") in 1950, as ordered by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. After the outbreak of the Korean War, the United States called for a West German contribution to the defence of Western Europe (against the Soviet Union). Initially Gerhard Graf von Schwerin, a former Wehrmacht General, advised the Chancellor on these issues and led the preparations, but after Count Schwerin had talked to the press about his work, he was replaced by Theodor Blank, who was appointed as "Special Representative" of the Chancellor. As the rearmament plans met with harsh opposition by a wide circle within the West German population and contradicted the occupation statute, the government office responsible for the rearmament acted secretly, unofficially known as "Amt Blank". By 1955, the number of employees had surpassed 1,300. On 7 June 1955 the office became the Ministry of Defence, or "Bundesministerium für Verteidigung" in German. The Bundeswehr was established and Germany joined the NATO the same year. In 1956, Germany reintroduced conscription, and the German military force quickly became the largest conventional military force in Western Europe. To confirm the ministry's importance, it was renamed "Bundesministerium der Verteidigung" on 30 December 1961, similar to the German names of the "classic" ministries of Finance, the Interior and Justice — though the federal minister is still denoted as "Bundesminister für Verteidigung" in Article 65a of the German Constitution.
After this tournament, the gambit finally began to be taken seriously. Top players like Savielly Tartakower and Siegbert Tarrasch started to play it. Schlechter published in 1918 the monograph "Die budapester Verteidigung des Damengambits", which can be considered the first book on this opening. The gambit reached its peak of popularity (around five Budapest Gambits for every thousand games played) around 1920, so much so that many White players adopted the move-order 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 to avoid it.
The Wachbataillon (full name: "Wachbataillon beim Bundesministerium der Verteidigung" (WachBtl BMVg) (Guard battalion at the Ministry of Defence)) is the German "Bundeswehr's" elite drill unit. The Wachbataillon is the largest battalion of the German forces with about 1,000 soldiers in Berlin. It consists of seven active companies (see list below) and belongs to the "Streitkräftebasis" (Joint Service Support Command) of the Bundeswehr. The soldiers of the Wachbataillon often refer to themselves as "Protter" or "Protokollsoldaten", meaning protocol soldiers.
In 1976 - 1978 Bagger commanded the Panzergrenadierbataillon 51 in Rotenburg an der Fulda and served at the Bundesministerium der Verteidigung until 1980. From April 1980 till September 1982 Bagger, now an Oberst, was the Chief of staff of the 3. Panzerdivision and afterwards head of the branch "Security policy" at the Hamburg Führungsakademie, from October 1984 till April 1988 he commanded the Panzergrenadierbrigade 7 (Hamburg).
The Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Bundeswehr, use a basis of commands for all three service branches. These commands are summarized in the so called "Formaldienst"-guideline (engl. approx.: formal service), which is also the common term for military drill in the Bundeswehr. The Army ("Deutsches Heer") and Air Force ("Luftwaffe") use the same commands; the German Navy ("Deutsche Marine") has a number of additional commands for duty on a ship. The German "Guards Battalion" of the Federal Department of Defense (""Wachbataillon" beim Bundesministerium der Verteidigung") also have additional commands for honorary duties ("Protokolldienst"). The Wachbataillon commands mentioned below are only an excerpt of the latter's regulations.
The famous German author Erich Kästner once said: "Die Eierschecke ist eine Kuchensorte, die zum Schaden der Menschheit auf dem Rest des Globus unbekannt geblieben ist." "(The Eierschecke is a type of cake which to the detriment of humanity remained unknown to the rest of the world)", and Martin Walser says in his book "Die Verteidigung der Kindheit" (The defence of the childhood): "Eierschecke gibt es außerhalb Sachsens nur ersatzweise und innerhalb Sachsens nirgends so gut wie im Toscana." "(There are only substitutes of Eierschecke outside of Saxony and inside it is nowhere better than in the Toscana (referring to the Café Toscana in Dresden))"
In 1620 he represented the Genevan Church at the national synod of Alais, when the decrees of the synod of Dort were introduced into France; and in 1621 he was sent on a successful mission to the states-general of the Netherlands, and to the authorities of the Hanseatic towns, with reference to the defence of Geneva against the threatened attacks of the duke of Savoy. He published in 1618-1620 (2 vols.) a defence of the Genevan translation of the Bible, "Eine Verteidigung der genser Bibelubersetzung" ("Defense de la fidelité des traductions de la Bible faites a Geneve"), against Pierre Cotton's "Geneve plagiaire". He died on 4 March 1631.
Berlin has two commercial international airports. Tegel Airport (TXL) is situated within the city limits. Schönefeld Airport (SXF) is located just outside Berlin's south-eastern border in the state of Brandenburg. Both airports together handled 29.5 million passengers in 2015. In 2014, 67 airlines served 163 destinations in 50 countries from Berlin. Tegel Airport is an important transfer hub for Air Berlin as well as a focus city for Lufthansa and Eurowings. The military aviation unit (Flugbereitschaft des Bundesministeriums der Verteidigung) of the Federal Republic of Germany is based there as well. Schönefeld serves as an important destination for airlines like Germania, easyJet and Ryanair.
The income he derived from his writings provided Scharnhorst's chief means of support, for he still held the rank of lieutenant, and though the farm of Bordenau produced a small sum annually, he had a wife, Clara Schmalz (a sister of Theodor Schmalz, the first director of Berlin University) and family to maintain. His first military campaign took place in 1793 in the Netherlands, in which he served with distinction under the Duke of York. In 1794 he took part in the defence of Menen and commemorated the escape of the garrison in his Defence of the Town of Menen ("Verteidigung der Stadt Menin", Hanover, 1803), which, apart from his paper on "The Origins of the Good Fortune of the French in the Revolutionary War" ("Die Ursachen des Glücks der Franzosen im Revolutionskrieg") remains his best-known work. Shortly thereafter he received promotion to the rank of major and joined the staff of the Hanoverian contingent.
Since the Hegelians in general rejected his "Life of Jesus", Strauss defended his work in a booklet titled "Streitschriften zur Verteidigung meiner Schrift uber das Leben Jesu und zur Charakteristik der gegenwärtigen Theologie" (Tübingen: E. F. Osiander, 1837), which was finally translated into English by Marilyn Chapin Massey and published under the title "In Defense of My 'Life of Jesus' Against the Hegelians" (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1983). The famous scholar Bruno Bauer led the attack of the Hegelians on Strauss, and Bauer continued to attack Strauss in academic journals for years. When young Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche began criticizing Strauss, Bauer gave Nietzsche every support he could afford. In the third edition (1839) of "Das Leben Jesu", and in "Zwei friedliche Blätter" (Two Peaceful Letters), Strauss made important concessions to his critics, some of which he withdrew, however, in the fourth edition (1840) of "Das Leben Jesu".
Ablaß was the co-founder of the party Democratic Awakening in Mecklenburg and in April 1990 he became Deputy to the Minister and State Secretary in the Ministerium für Abrüstung und Verteidigung ("Ministry for disarmament and defense")of the GDR. He served there as a negotiator for the Einigungsvertrag ("Unification Treaty")and was involved in the negotiations on the withdrawal of the GDR from the Warsaw Pact. From October 1990 to December 1996 he headed the branch office of the Federal Ministry of Defence in Strausberg. Since 1997 Ablaß has been an appointee for specific function in the field of the Bundeswehr in the "new federal states" (former East Germany). In 1997 he was awarded the Bundesverdienstkreuz.