Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), German ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ),...... more
Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), German ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Cast/Crew Interview(s), Interactive Menu, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Scene Access, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: A dead-straight, endless road leading to nowhere. And at the end of the road: Nouadhibou, a town in the West African country Mauritania, bordered by the ocean on one side and the Sahara Desert on the other. A bleak and inhospitable departure point for the tens of thousands of people that pour in from neighboring countries, all with only one dream in mind: Europe. Hotel Sahara is a film journey to the last invisible border separating the West-African coast and Europe. The bleak city on the Atlantic Coast is a metaphor, a point of arrival and of departure, a gathering place of broken dreams - a place of waiting for that better life on the far side of the Atlantic. It is above all a no-man's land, a place of endless waiting and endless hoping. The film reveals how difficult it is to differentiate between "true" and "false" refugees. Is one "real" only when threatened life and limb? What if one simply desires to escape a deadening lack of perspective? With an observant and cautious eye, Hotel Sahara documents how closely the dream of a better life is linked to sudden stagnancy, and how much patience is required to wait for years to finally, perhaps, arrive somewhere. ...Hotel Sahara ( Xenodoheio Sahara )
Tokio Hotel Fever Tokio Hotel--twin brothers, vocalist Bill and guitarist Tom Kaulitz; drummer Gustav Schafer; and bassist Georg Listing--were already...... more
Tokio Hotel Fever Tokio Hotel--twin brothers, vocalist Bill and guitarist Tom Kaulitz; drummer Gustav Schafer; and bassist Georg Listing--were already multiplatinum-selling superstars in their native Germany when they decided to take the rest of the world by storm, and this tribute is the ultimate guide to the band. Featuring stunning photos of the band--in performance, off stage, and as children--this biography de... Full description
This fully revised and updated Berlitz Pocket Guide is packed with all the information you need to enjoy Germany, in a genuinely pocketable format. Places to go...... more
This fully revised and updated Berlitz Pocket Guide is packed with all the information you need to enjoy Germany, in a genuinely pocketable format. Places to go and unmissable attractions are explored within easy-to-use, colour-coded sections, so you can locate the information you need at a glance. The country's top 10 attractions are identified on a dedicated double-page spread to help you plan your trip and ensure that you see the very best sights, areas of natural beauty and more. The brand new feature 'A Perfect Tour' offers top recommendations for a truly heavenly day out exploring all the most memorable places and linking the key sights together. Not only does the guide provide in-depth information but there are full-colour photographs throughout providing a highly visual introduction to this stunning destination. Full colour fold-out maps are also included to provide instant orientation wherever you are. A concise history chapter and the handy cultural tips throughout combine to give you a deeper understanding of the country's heritage. The 'Where To Go' section details Germany's must-see sights, landmarks and museums, whilst 'What To Do' covers the best of Germany's shopping, activities, entertainment and sports, as well as ideas for children. The 'Eating Out' chapter recommends Germany's local specialities, and the comprehensive 'Travel Tips' section provides an A-Z summary of all the expert practical advice you will need, including reliable recommendations of hotels and restaurants to suit all budgets, as well as information on climate, health, transport, currency and much more. Small in size but big on content, this guide will help you get to the heart of this truly exciting country and all it has to offer.
Syntrox Germany 40 liter NOISELESS thermoelectric Fridge Blue Line
Important Note: We opted for models without glass door, as comparable models with glass door to only 12 ° C can cool down . This , please pay attention before...... more
Important Note: We opted for models without glass door, as comparable models with glass door to only 12 ° C can cool down . This , please pay attention before you decide to a model with glass door. Sellers often do not indicate this . Hotel fridge well as mini-bar with 50 L volume . Also suitable for commercial interior design in hotels, guesthouses , youth hostels and also for your home light weight, therefore also very quick to implement easy to clean recessed grip automatic defrosting vibration-free including 2 height-adjustable drawers Door has been developed for a variety of beverage sizes up to 2 liters recessed door handles height-adjustable feet Interior equipped with blue LED light CFC-free, therefore particularly environmentally friendly German and English instruction Dimensions approx in mm: 430 x 480 x 510 mm Weight. approx : 11 kg Exterior color: black Power : 220 - 240V 50 - 60 Hz at 70 watts about 0.23 KW consumption in 24 h Cooling capacity up to 5 ° C, max. 15 ° C ambient temperature Disclosures according to EnVKV in connection with the delegates Commission Regulation ( EU ) No 1060 /2010: Energy efficiency class: A + ( on a scale from A + + + ( most efficient) to G ( least efficient ) Annual Energy Consumption ( AEC) in kWh / year: 86 kWh / year (Energy consumption in kWh / year based on standard test results about 24 hours. The actual energy consumption will depend on the use and location of the device. ) Net capacity of the storage compartment : 50 L Climate class: N The climatic class " temperate zone " bears the symbol "N" for an average ambient temperature of 16 to 32 ° C. Noise Level in dB (A ) re 1 pW : 0dB - measured according to Directive 86/594/EEC
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Tokio Hotel is a German rock band who formed in 2001. Comprising of Bill Kaulitz on vocals and his twin brother Tom Kaulitz on lead guitar and joined by Georg...... more
Tokio Hotel is a German rock band who formed in 2001. Comprising of Bill Kaulitz on vocals and his twin brother Tom Kaulitz on lead guitar and joined by Georg Listing on bass guitar and Gustav Schafer on drums Tokio Hotel is one of the hottest bands in Germany and the rest of Europe
Berlin: A Visual and Historical Documentation from 1925 to the Present - Mark R. McGee
HardCover. Pub the Date: January. 2002 Pages: 256 in Publisher by: Overlook Hardcover When it opened in. 1875. The Kaiserhof is hotel was the epitome of...... more
HardCover. Pub the Date: January. 2002 Pages: 256 in Publisher by: Overlook Hardcover When it opened in. 1875. The Kaiserhof is hotel was the epitome of modernity. of The opulent hotel was one of Berlin's most fashionable resorts. inns. The haunt of aristocrats and rich holidaymakers. In 1930. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels used the Kaiserhof as the Nazi Party headquarters. In 1946. the hotel. like much of bombed-out Berlin. was a hollow ruin. In 1975. on the spot where the grand hotel once stood. the North Korean embassy was erected. an architectural eyesore of appalling vulgarity. Berlin charts dramatically the changing face of one of the twentieth century's most fascinating cities at three crucial periods of its history. Berlin presents the buildings and structures of historical and architectural interest which have been affected by events of the twentieth century: gove...
Hitler's Raid to Save Mussolini: The Most Infamous Commando Operation of World War II - Greg Annussek
Paperback. Pub Date: 2006 Pages: 350 Publisher: Da Capo Press This is the first book to tell the incredible story of the most famous German commando operation...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2006 Pages: 350 Publisher: Da Capo Press This is the first book to tell the incredible story of the most famous German commando operation of World War II - the dramatic and daring rescue of Benito Mussolini. As the Allied invasion of Italy pressed on through the summer of 1943. the strutting dictator. Mussolini. was overthrown and imprisoned by his own people in a remote mountaintop resort. Furious at the turn of events. Adolf Hitler. II Duce's sworn ally. promised to rescue Mussolini and restore the Rome-Berlin Axis. On September 12th. a small convoy of glider aircraft suddenly began crash-landing near the hotel-prison where Mussolini was held and German commandos poured out of the half-wrecked planes. The soldiers quickly overwhelmed the hotel and seized Mussolini. who had watched the drama unfold from a second-story window. Hitler's rescue of Mussolin...
Back Roads Germany (DK Eyewitness Travel Back Roads) - 1405353740
Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 264 Publisher: Dorling Kindersley The DK Eyewitness Back Roads Germany Driving Holiday guide will take you via scenic routes to...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 264 Publisher: Dorling Kindersley The DK Eyewitness Back Roads Germany Driving Holiday guide will take you via scenic routes to discover charming German villages local Restaurants and intimate places to stay It helps you unearth the real soul of Germany relying on all the practical information you could need. from road conditions and length of drive to parking information and opening hours. Twenty-four themed drives. each lasting one to six days. reveal eathtaking views. hidden gems and authentic local experiences in Germany that can only be discovered by road. Each tour is bursting with insider knowledge and loaded with ideas for varied activities from short walks to children's attractions to river-rafting. Meanwhile. the best-value hotels and charming restaurants specialising in regional produce . have been selected by expert authors. Full-...
Advantages: Compact, cultured, loads to do Disadvantages: Limited "old town", some may find it lacking vitality
..., a city which was in a much better position to take on the role. Frankfurt already had many suitable buildings and a good infrastructure but Bonn won the day in spite of the added costs involved.
Following World War Two, Germany was divided into four zones; this was done to satisfy the Allies who each had various claims on the territory and wished to protect their individual interests and the other...
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Review of Bonn (Germany)
Advantages: Stunning architecture, lots of history Disadvantages: Rats!
...I would imagine that everybody's heard of Hamelin, or to give it its more correct, German spelling, Hameln. At least, I should think everyone's familiar with the legend of The Pied Piper of Hameln.
The town lies around 50km south of Hanover in the state of Lower Saxony, northern Germany. It straddles the Weser river and is the cultural and economic capital of the Weser area. In fact the town...
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Review of Hameln (Germany)
Advantages: Fantastic fun, great opportunity to broaden your horizons. Disadvantages: Takes a while to adapt to a new country.
...found my gap year in Germany to be one of the best of my life. I was able to make lifelong friends and experience another culture with all of its strange ways and traditions. Of course it wasn't all fun; I missed the normality of Britain terribly at first and until my German improved found it difficult to communicate properly. Other incidents that were terrible at the time, such as minus 26 degree...