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  1. Prince Nicolaus of Liechtenstein Photos Photos: The Wedding ...

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    Dec 6, 2016 - Prince Nicolaus of Liechtenstein Photos - Prince Nicolaus of Liechtenstein and Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein attend the wedding ceremony of Prince Guillaume Of Luxembourg and Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg at the Cathedral of our Lady of Luxembourg on October 20, 2012 in Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

  2. Medieval Fortress - Bran Castle

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    Documents concerning the years 1395, 1398 and 1406 expressly show that Bran Fortress (and, Implicitly, the territory around it) was in possession of the Magyar King Sigismund of Luxemburg. The most obvious piece of evidence seems to be the presence of the Magyar King himself at Bran in 1395.

  3. HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH*

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    He organized and completed the ritual of the church, gave it greater magnificence, improved the canon of the mass and the music by a new mode of chanting called after him. He preached often and effectively, deriving lessons of humility and piety, from the calamities of the times, which appeared to him harbingers of the judgment-day.

  4. The Franciscans in Nebraska - USGenNet

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    N. Meysenburg, son of Nicolaus Meysenburg, was a native of Sandweiler in the Grandduchy of Luxemburg, enclosed by France and Germany and Belgium. He was born on Dec. 11, 1838. He came during the Civil War, in the spring of 1863, via New York to Cascade, Iowa, where many of his countrymen had settled.

  5. Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples - Wikipedia

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    The Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples (Latin: Congregatio pro Gentium Evangelizatione) is a congregation of the Roman Curia of the Catholic Church in Rome, responsible for missionary work and related activities.

  6. Rosa Luxemburg: What Does the Spartacus League Want ...

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    The establishment of the socialist order of society is the mightiest task which has ever fallen to a class and to a revolution in the history of the world. This task requires a complete transformation of the state and a complete overthrow of the economic and social foundations of society. This transformation and this overthrow cannot be decreed by any bureau, committee, or parliament. It can be begun and carried out only by the masses of people themselves. In all previous revolutions a small minority of the people led the revolutionary struggle, gave it aim and direction, and used the mass only as an instrument to carry its interests, the interests of the minority, through to victory. The socialist revolution is the first which is in the interests of the great majority and can be brought to victory only by the great majority of the working people themselves. The mass of the proletariat must do more than stake out clearly the aims and direction of the revolution. It must also persona...

    During the bourgeois revolutions, bloodshed, terror, and political murder were an indispensable weapon in the hand of the rising classes. The proletarian revolution requires no terror for its aims; it hates and despises killing.It does not need these weapons because it does not combat individuals but institutions, because it does not enter the arena with naïve illusions whose disappointment it would seek to revenge. It is not the desperate attempt of a minority to mold the world forcibly according to its ideal, but the action of the great massive millions of the people, destined to fulfill a historic mission and to transform historical necessity into reality. But the proletarian revolution is at the same time the death knell for all servitude and oppression. That is why all capitalists, Junkers, petty bourgeois, officers, all opportunists and parasites of exploitation and class rule rise up to a man to wage mortal combat against the proletarian revolution. It is sheer insanity to be...

    The reference is to the famous biblical story (Daniel, v, 25-29) of the handwriting on the wall which read: "You have been weighed in the balance and found wanting." A menetekelis thus a sign of impending doom. At the Founding Congress of the German Communist Party (Spartacus League), this passage was attacked by Paul Frölich and others as being a veiled criticism of the Bolshevik Revolution. The independents – the USPD – had joined the Scheidemann-Ebert government in November. They withdrew from that government on December 29, 1918. This was a well-known slogan of Lassalle. Rosa Luxemburg Internet Archive Last updated on: 13 February 2012

  7. Ernest Mandel: The Laws of Uneven Development (December 1969)

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    Nicolaus shows a similar inability to understand the contradictory, dialectical process of social change, in his polemic on the question of black employment. My figure of the reduction of unskilled jobs in the USA comes from Secretary of Labour Wirtz, (quoted in Baran-Sweezy: Monopoly Capital , p.267, Monthly Review Press, 1966).

  8. Die 48 besten Bilder zu Maria Teresa v.Luxemburg in 2020 ...

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    18.05.2020 - Erkunde Anna Mitterbauers Pinnwand „Maria Teresa v.Luxemburg“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Luxemburg, Weilburg, Mahlberg.

  9. Martin Nicolaus – Page 6

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    Rosa Luxemburg, with him in opposition, and also jailed, wrote bitterly, “The dividends rise and the proletarians fall.” In the bloody days of the November Revolution at war’s end they fought for a socialist Germany, helped found a Communist Party and, two weeks later, 98 years ago, were both brutally murdered by forerunners of the Nazis.

  10. The Konrath Family - Ancestry

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    Anna married Nicolaus Laus, son of Joannes Anton Laus and Anna Catharina Emsbach, on 7 Feb 1763. Nicolaus was born on 18 Sep 1738 in Treis and died on 13 Jan 1815 in Treis at age 76. He was baptized on 18 Sep 1738 in St. Johannes Der Taufer. His Godparents were Nicolaus Seibolt and Anna Maria, daughter of Joise Pleser (Bleser).

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