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Germany Language in Early Age

The national, literary and official language of the whole of Germany, the Republic of Austria and a large part of Switzerland, also extended either as a linguistic unit or as a dialectal complex to peripheral areas and to numerous dialectal islands in alloglot lands, is German (deutsch). This adjective, derived from a Germanic noun meaning… Read More »

Germany Language in Middle Age

The French cultural and literary preponderance, which was already felt in the 12th century, triumphed in the second half of this century with the introduction of the life of chivalry. The German vocabulary absorbed in this period innumerable elements of the new French civilization. As the terms of the life of chivalry (abenteuer, preis, harnisch,… Read More »

Germany Language in Modern Period

Among the linguistic forces which, once the cavalry has faded, establish a new, unitary German against the use of literary dialects, more in keeping with the changed times, the action of Chancellorish German was much more powerful than the grammars (based on Italian models). Having passed the court in Vienna with Albert II, especially thanks… Read More »

Germany Law in Middle Ages

With the end of the century. IX opens a new period in the history of Germanic law: the period that is properly called the Middle Ages (for the previous period, see Germanics, peoples: Law). It spans the centuries of the Middle Ages from the end of the century. IX at the end of the century.… Read More »

Germany Law in Modern Period

With the end of the century. XV, also opens for the history of Germanic law, the modern period, which witnesses the decline and the end of the ancient institution of the Roman Empire as a Germanic nation, an institution that was overtaken by the dominance of sovereign territorial principalities. One of these principalities, that of… Read More »

Germany Literature

The cut that defines, a quo, the present picture of German literature is evidently extrinsic and occasional; and yet, by a singular and almost punctual coincidence, as the passage from the old to the new decade, almost suddenly, the situation was radically changed with respect to the immediate past; and this not so much because in… Read More »

Germany Literature – From 1350 to 1750

The four hundred years that pass from the middle of the century. The fourteenth to the mid-eighteenth century, the centuries of the Renaissance, were a period of tiring labor for literary Germany, at the end of which an admirable new flowering was to reward it in a short time for the long wait. In the… Read More »

Germany Lithological Composition of the Soil

In Germany, lands of all ages are represented, starting with the archaic. The rocks of the mountains that form the edge of the Bohemian Basin, the Bavarian Forest, correspond to the latter; there is some in the Fichtelgebirge, in the Ore Mountains and in the Sudetes (Giant Mountains, Eulen). The nuclei of the Black Forest,… Read More »

Germany Livestock and Fishing

Livestock and fishing The cultivation of fodder plants with stable breeding, before the world war was in continuous increase to satisfy the need for an ever greater number of meat and dairy animals, required by the increase in population and its improved regime food. It is mainly done in NW Germany, in the Middle Mountains,… Read More »

Germany Merchant Navy

The proud navies of the Hanseatic ports took a fatal blow both from the Cromwell Sea Act and from similar measures, adopted in other countries, which made long-distance navigation almost impossible; the repeal of the Act(1851) was the sign of liberation, and the fleets of Hamburg and Bremen nearly doubled in 7 years (1851-57). But the German navy… Read More »

Germany Name and the Modern Geographical Knowledge

The oldest information preserved by the historical tradition around Germanic populations dates back to the second half of the century. IV a. C. and comes to us from the Massiliot Pitea. The first to have direct contact with the Germans were the Romans, who entered into relations with them in Gaul. As we know from… Read More »

Germany Navigation Maritime and Ports

Following the marvelous development of economic activity over the past decades, communications and transportation in Germany were greatly improved; and this improvement in turn gave more impetus to trade. The improvement did not consist only in the number of communication routes that were put in excellent condition, but also in the facilities that were made… Read More »

Germany Population and Economy 1933

On March 13, 1938, the territories of the Austrian republic became part of the German Reich as a Land. On the basis of the results of the Munich convention of 29 September 1938, the Sudetic territories also became part of the Reich. The following data update voice Germany for the territories belonging to the Reich first… Read More »

Germany Population and Economy 1939

Population. – The number of residents of the regions and cities of Germany has undergone considerable variations, in addition to war warnings, due to the fact that all the Germans in Poland have been forced to move across the new border; a similar transfer was also made from Czechoslovakia (see History). Overall, it is estimated… Read More »

Germany Population Distribution and Density

Distribution and population density. – The general average population density per square kilometer is 134, but the population is far from being evenly distributed. In fact, if we disregard the urban circle of Berlin and the small states made up of the cities of Hamburg, Bremen and Lübeck, we find that some states and provinces… Read More »

Germany Prehistory – Bronze Age

Bronze Age (from about 2000 to 800 BC). – According to collegetoppicks.com, Bronze was not produced in Germany at first, but was introduced there as a material of exchange in the form of bars, axes, rings and spirals. However, the new metal was soon being worked on in Germany too, and cast bronze objects were produced.… Read More »

Germany Prehistory – Iron Age

Early phase of the Iron Age or Hallstatt (about 800-400 BC). – The civilization of the earliest Hallstatt period in southern Germany is the product of the merger of the primitive population – preserved eg. on the heights of the Swabian Alb – with the immigrant populations probably from the eastern regions of the urnfield civilization. This civilization… Read More »

Germany Prehistory – Neolithic Age

Neolithic age (approximately from 4000 to 2000 BC). – Agriculture and livestock breeding, with which the sedentary lifestyle, the construction of houses and fortified walls, and the beginnings of coexistence in villages are connected, bring with them enormous progress in civil life. In this period, the transformation and cultivation of the uncultivated land forever opened up… Read More »

Germany Prehistory – Paleolithic Age

The prehistory of Germany does not coincide with the prehistory of the Germans, much less with that of the Germans. The real prehistory of Germany – based almost exclusively on archaeological documents – has nothing to do with the Germans, since it only reaches up to the beginning of the Common Era, and for the… Read More »

Berlin, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Berlin is the capital city of the Federal Republic of Germany and one of the sixteen German Länder. It is located in the northeast of Germany, just 70 km from the border with Poland. It is crossed by the rivers Spree and Havel. With a population of 3.4 million residents, Berlin is the most populous… Read More »