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War Academy (Kingdom of Bavaria)

War Academy (Kingdom of Bavaria)

The building of the Bavarian War College today

The Bavarian War College. also Bavarian Staff College [1] (Ge: Bayerische Kriegsakademie ) was the highest military facility to educate, instruct, train, and develop general staff officers .

It was active from 1867 to the beginning of World War I in 1914. [2] For a better comparison, equivalent institutions of other countries were those like the older and ten times [3] larger Prussian War College of the Prussian Army in Berlin or the k.u.k Kriegsschule (also a War College) of the Austrian Army in Vienna .

The War College was subordinated to the Inspektion der Militärbildungs-Anstalten. a department of the Ministry of War. which was responsible for all training and institutions of the Bavarian Army. [4]

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Like the Military Academy (Ge: Kriegsschule [5] ) and the cadet corps of the Bavarian army, it was located southwesterly of the corner Blutenburgstraße and Pappenheimstraße. nearby to the parade-ground on the Marsfeld and the later infantry barracks "Marsfeldkaserne", which were completed in 1888. [6]

Education and training Edit

Officers of all branches except these of the railroad troops, [7] who were designated for adjutant services as well as candidates for the general staff or for military sciences had to attend the Kriegsakademie. [4] The program of the Kriegsakademie included higher education in tactics. weaponry. fortification theory, army organization. topography [8] and languages, as well as drill. sports, riding and shooting training, completed by courses in strategies. military and generically history, geography. philosophy. mathematics and physics. [9]

  • Othmar Hackl: Die bayerische Kriegsakademie (1867-1914).. in Schriftenreihe zur bayerischen Landesgeschichte. vol. 89, Munich, 1989

References and notes Edit

  1. ^ Langenscheidt`s Encyclopaedic Dictionary of English and German Language “Der Große Muret-Sander“, Part II, German-English, First Volume A–K, 9th edition 2002, page 955
  2. ^Kriegsakademie (German), Meyers Konversationslexikon.
  3. ^Grundkurs deutsche Militärgeschichte (German), p. 452.
  4. ^ abKriegsakademie (German), in Wilhelm Volkert, Richard Bauer: Handbuch der bayerischen Ämter, Gemeinden und Gerichte. 1983, p. 361. ISBN 978-3-406-09669-3 .
  5. ^ Langenscheidt`s Encyclopaedic Dictionary of English and German Language “Der Große Muret-Sander“, Part II, German-English, First Volume A–K, 9th edition 2002, page 956
  6. ^Map of 1922
  7. ^ see also Eisenbahnkaserne
  8. ^ Before 1867 taught in the Topographisches Bureau. Munich, that became part of the General Staff in 1820.
  9. ^Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert - 3. Technische und fachgebietsspezifische Hochschulen (German), in Hans-Christof Kraus: Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert. 2008, p. 35. ISBN 978-3-486-55728-2

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Margaret of Brandenburg (1410–1465)

Margaret of Brandenburg (1410–1465)

Margaret of Brandenburg (1410 – 27 July 1465, Landshut ) was a Princess of Brandenburg by birth and through successive marriages Duchess of Mecklenburg, Duchess of Bavaria-Ingolstadt and Countess of Waldenfels.

Margaret was a daughter of Elector Frederick I of Brandenburg (1371–1440) from his marriage to Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1383–1442 ), daughter of Duke Frederick of Bavaria-Landshut. Elizabeth's brothers were Frederick II and Albert III Achilles, who successively ruled Brandenburg.

She married in 1423 Duke Albert V of Mecklenburg, but he died shortly after his marriage, even before they could being living together. Margaret received as dowry Dömitz and Gorlosen from her father. [ 1 ]

On 20 July 1441 Margaret married Louis VIII of Bavaria-Ingolstadt (1403–1445), to secure peace in the land. [ 2 ] Through this marriage, Louis regained possessions he had lost to Elector Frederick I during the Bavarian War of 1420-1422. [ 3 ] Two children were born is this marriage. Both, however, died young.

In 1446, finally, Margaret married secretly married her tutor, Count Martin of Waldenfels (d. 1471). This relationship has been incorporated into the tragedy Louis the Bearded by Georg Köberle, published in 1844.

References and sources
  • Beatrix Schönewald (2004), "Die Herzoginnen von Bayern-Ingolstadt" (in German), Sammelblatt des Historischen Vereins Ingolstadt113. 35–54, especially pp. 52–53  
  • Bernhard Glasauer (2009) (in German), Herzog Heinrich XVI. (1393–1450) der Reiche von Bayern-Landshut. Territorialpolitik zwischen Dynastie und Reich. Münchner Beiträge zur Geschichtswissenschaft, 5. München: Herbert Utz Verlag, ISBN  978-3-8316-0899-7  
  • Renate Kremer (2000) (in German), Die Auseinandersetzungen um das Herzogtum Bayern-Ingolstadt 1438–1450. Schriftenreihe zur bayerischen Landesgeschichte, 113. München: C. H. Beck, ISBN  3-406-10694-3  
  • Theodor Straub (1992) (in German), Die fünf Ingolstädter Herzoginnen. Ingolstadt: Stadtarchiv Ingolstadt, pp. 43–50, especially pp. 49–50, ISBN  3-932113-06-3  
  • This page is a translation of its German equivalent.
External links
  1. ^ Ludwig Ernst Hahn: Kurfürst Friedrich der Erste von Brandenburg. Hertz, 1859, p. 210
  2. ^ Carl Friedrich Goeschel: Elisabeth, die erste Kurfürstin von Brandenburg aus dem Hause Hohenzollern. Mittler, 1844, S. 35
  3. ^ Max Spindler, Andreas Kraus: Handbuch der bayerischen Geschichte. Band 2, S. 204
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War Academy (Kingdom of Bavaria)

War Academy (Kingdom of Bavaria)

The Kriegsakademie (German for war academy ) of the Bavarian Army was the military academy and staff college of the Kingdom of Bavaria, existing from 1867 to the beginning of World War I in 1914. [1] For a better distinction to equivalent institutions of other countries like the older and ten times [2] larger Prussian Military Academy of the Prussian Army in Berlin or the war academy of the Austrian Army in Vienna, the Kriegsakademie in Munich is commonly called Bavarian war academy.

The Kriegsakademie was subordinated to the Inspektion der Militärbildungs-Anstalten. a department of the Ministry of War. that was responsible for all training institutions of the Bavarian Army. [3] Like the Kriegsschule (war school) and the cadet corps of the Bavarian army, it was located southwesterly of the corner Blutenburgstraße and Pappenheimstraße. nearby to the parade-ground on the Marsfeld and the later infantry barracks "Marsfeldkaserne", which were completed in 1888. [4]

Education and training Edit

Officers of all branches except these of the railroad troops, [5] who were designated for adjutant services as well as candidates for the general staff or for military sciences had to visit the Kriegsakademie. [3] The program of the Kriegsakademie included higher education in tactics. weaponry. fortification theory, army organization. topography [6] and languages, as well as drill. sports, riding and shooting training, completed by courses in strategies. military and generically history, geography, philosophy, mathematics and physics. [7]

Bibliography Edit
  • Othmar Hackl: Die bayerische Kriegsakademie (1867-1914).. in Schriftenreihe zur bayerischen Landesgeschichte. vol. 89, Munich, 1989
References and notes Edit
  1. Kriegsakademie (German), Meyers Konversationslexikon.
  2. Grundkurs deutsche Militärgeschichte (German), p. 452.
  3. ↑ 3.0 3.1 Kriegsakademie (German), in Wilhelm Volkert, Richard Bauer: Handbuch der bayerischen Ämter, Gemeinden und Gerichte. 1983, p. 361. ISBN 978-3-406-09669-3.
  4. Map of 1922
  5. ↑ see also Eisenbahnkaserne
  6. ↑ Before 1867 taught in the Topographisches Bureau. Munich, that became part of the General Staff in 1820.
  7. Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert - 3. Technische und fachgebietsspezifische Hochschulen (German), in Hans-Christof Kraus: Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert. 2008, p. 35. ISBN 978-3-486-55728-2

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Artifacts von Christine A

Artifacts

An archaeologist explores the material culture of Silicon Valley.

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Silicon Valley, a small place with few identifiable geologic or geographic features, has achieved a mythical reputation in a very short time. The modern material culture of the Valley may be driven by technology, but it also encompasses architecture, transportation, food, clothing, entertainment, intercultural exchanges, and rituals.Combining a reporter's instinct for a good interview with traditional archaeological training, Christine Finn brings the perspectives of the past and the future to the story of Silicon Valley's present material culture. She traveled the area in 2000, a period when people's fortunes could change overnight. She describes a computer's rapid trajectory from useful tool to machine to be junked to collector's item. She explores the sense that whatever one has is instantly superseded by the next new thing -- and the effect this has on economic and social values. She tells stories from a place where fruit-pickers now recycle silicon chips and where more money can be made babysitting for post-IPO couples than working in a factory.
The ways that people are working and adapting, are becoming wealthy or barely getting by, are visible in the cultural landscape of the fifteen cities that make up the area called "Silicon Valley."

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The Kriegsakademie (German for war academy ) of the Bavarian Army was the military academy and staff college of the Kingdom of Bavaria. existing from 1867 to the beginning of World War I in 1914. [ 1 ] For a better distinction to equivalent institutions of other countries like the older and ten times [ 2 ] larger Prussian Military Academy of the Prussian Army in Berlin or the war academy of the Austrian Army in Vienna, the Kriegsakademie in Munich is commonly called Bavarian war academy .

The Kriegsakademie was subordinated to the Inspektion der Militärbildungs-Anstalten. a department of the Ministry of War. that was responsible for all training institutions of the Bavarian Army. [ 3 ] Like the Kriegsschule (war school) and the cadet corps of the Bavarian army, it was located southwesterly of the corner Blutenburgstraße and Pappenburgstraße. nearby to the parade-ground on the Marsfeld and the later infantry barracks "Marsfeldkaserne", which were completed in 1888. [ 4 ]

Education and training

Officers of all branches except these of the railroad troops [ 5 ]. who were designated for adjutant services as well as candidates for the general staff or for military sciences had to visit the Kriegsakademie. [ 3 ] The program of the Kriegsakademie included higher education in tactics. weaponry. fortification theory, army organization. topography [ 6 ] and languages, as well as drill. sports, riding and shooting training, completed by courses in strategies. military and generically history, geography. philosophy. mathematics and physics. [ 7 ]

Bibliography
  • Othmar Hackl: Die bayerische Kriegsakademie (1867-1914).. in Schriftenreihe zur bayerischen Landesgeschichte. vol. 89, Munich, 1989
References and notes
  1. ^Kriegsakademie (German), Meyers Konversationslexikon.
  2. ^Grundkurs deutsche Militärgeschichte (German), p. 452.
  3. ^ abKriegsakademie (German), in Wilhelm Volkert, Richard Bauer: Handbuch der bayerischen Ämter, Gemeinden und Gerichte. 1983, p. 361. ISBN 9783406096693.
  4. ^Map of 1922
  5. ^ see also Eisenbahnkaserne
  6. ^ Before 1867 taught in the Topographisches Bureau. Munich, that became part of the General Staff in 1820.
  7. ^Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert - 3. Technische und fachgebietsspezifische Hochschulen (German), in Hans-Christof Kraus: Kultur, Bildung und Wissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert. 2008, p. 35. ISBN 9783486557282

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Emblematik: definition of Emblematik and synonyms of Emblematik (German)

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Emblem aus den Monita amoris virginei von Jacob Cats (1620)

Mit dem Begriff Emblematik bezeichnet man eine Kunstform, Bild und Text in sich gegenseitig interpretierender Weise zu verbinden. Ein Emblem (nach altgriechisch ἔμβλημα: „eingelegtes, eingesetztes Stück“) war in der Antike eine Metallverzierung mit einer sinnbildlichen Darstellung.

Seit dem 16. Jahrhundert wurde die Emblematik in sogenannten Emblembüchern verbreitet und dadurch bis ins 18. Jahrhundert populär. Holzschnitte oder Kupferstiche wurden zusammen mit meist lateinischen Texten so angelegt, dass sie eine Interpretation herausforderten. Meister dieser Form, Text und Bild in einer sich gegenseitig deutenden Weise zusammenzustellen, waren unter anderen Andrea Alciato. Johannes Sambucus. Nicolaus Taurellus und Gabriel Rollenhagen .

Der sinnbildliche Aufbau dieser Darstellungen hat drei Komponenten:

  1. eine knappe Überschrift (inscriptio. Lemma, Motto ), die oft auch in das Bild integriert ist;
  2. ein Bild (pictura. Icon), dessen Thema in der Regel der Mythologie. der christlichen Liturgie oder auch der Natur entlehnt ist und, zum Beispiel durch Attribute. stets allegorische oder symbolische Figurationen enthält, deren Kenntnis für die Deutung vorausgesetzt wird;
  3. eine Unterschrift (subscriptio. Epigramm ), die häufig den symbolischen oder allegorischen Sinn des Bildes aufgreift und zu erläutern versucht.

Die Emblematik ist in der Wissenschaft Gegenstand der Ikonographie .

Firmenlogos oder Signets. ähnlich auch viele Wappen. enthalten oft Sinnbilder mit emblematischem Charakter.

Literatur
  • Heckscher, William S. / Wirth, Karl-August: Artikel Emblem, Emblembuch. in: Reallexikon zur deutschen Kunstgeschichte, Bd.5, Stuttgart 1959/1967/1986, Sp. 85–228. ISBN 978-3-406-14005-1
  • Henkel, Arthur / Schöne, Albrecht: Emblemata. Handbuch zur Sinnbildkunst des XVI. und XVII. Jahrhunderts. Stuttgart 1967 u.ö. Taschenausgabe 1996. – ISBN 3-476-01502-5
  • Ingrid Höpel, Ulrich Kuder (Hrsg.): Mundus Symbolicus I. Emblembücher aus der Sammlung Wolfgang J. Müller in der Universitätsbibliothek Kiel. Katalog, Kiel: Ludwig 2004 ISBN 3-933598-96-6 ISBN 978-3-933598-96-7
  • Magass, Walter: Hermeneutik und Semiotik. Schrift - Predigt - Emblematik. 1983. – ISBN 3-87797-025-7
  • Schöne, Albrecht: Emblematik und Drama im Zeitalter des Barock. München: C.H.Beck, 1993. – ISBN 3-40637-113-2
  • Landwehr, John: Emblem and Fable Books Printed in the Low Countries 1542-1813. A Bibliography. Hes & De Graaf, Utrecht 1988, ed. 3 - ISBN 90-6194-177-6
  • Antje Theise und Anja Wolkenhauer (Hrsgg.): Emblemata Hamburgensia. Emblembücher und angewandte Emblematik im frühneuzeitlichen Hamburg. Kiel, Ludwig Verlag 2009, ISBN 978-3-937719-92-4
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