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Roy Black (Singer)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Roy Black (January 25, 1943 October 9, 1991) was a German schlager singer and actor, who appeared in several musical comedies and starred in the 1989 TV series, Ein Schloß am Wörthersee. Born Gerhard Höllerich in Bobingen-Straßberg near Augsburg, Germany, Black attended the gymnasium in Augsburg and, aged 20, founded the rock and roll band Roy Black and His Cannons. His stage name derived from his black hair and his idol, Roy Orbison. From 1967, Black also took on roles in several musical comedy films, for example in the 1969 movie Hilfe, ich liebe Zwillinge (Help, I Love Twins) opposite Uschi Glas.

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Roy Black (Singer)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Roy Black (January 25, 1943 October 9, 1991) was a German schlager singer and actor, who appeared in several musical comedies and starred in the 1989 TV series, Ein Schloß am Wörthersee. Born Gerhard Höllerich in Bobingen-Straßberg near Augsburg, Germany, Black attended the gymnasium in Augsburg and, aged 20, founded the rock and roll band Roy Black and His Cannons. His stage name derived from his black hair and his idol, Roy Orbison. From 1967, Black also took on roles in several musical comedy films, for example in the 1969 movie Hilfe, ich liebe Zwillinge (Help, I Love Twins) opposite Uschi Glas.

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The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg
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The story of the Fuggers is absolutely amazing: Jakob Fugger was the outstanding business genius of the Renaissance. He financed the im­perial thrones of Maximilian I and Charles V, minted coins for the popes and created a major European banking, trading, mining and precious metal corporation. His nephew and successor Anton acquired even more wealth. Anton Fugger provided credit to the House of Habsburg, to kings and to the Medici. Never again was one company to have such enormous political and economic influence. Still today, one can hear about the Age of the Fuggers. The Fugger family were known as the German Medici because of their wealth, their love of the arts and their investment in splendour.This travel guide “The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg. Merchants, Mining Entrepreneurs, Bankers and Benefactors“ with a wealth of photos and informative texts, takes you on a trip through Augsburg, the city of the Fuggers, to the world-famous Fuggerei, the Fugger castles and churches. The places of interest de­scribed here all bear witness to a major chapter in European economic and social history.

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The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg
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The story of the Fuggers is absolutely amazing: Jakob Fugger was the outstanding business genius of the Renaissance. He financed the im­perial thrones of Maximilian I and Charles V, minted coins for the popes and created a major European banking, trading, mining and precious metal corporation. His nephew and successor Anton acquired even more wealth. Anton Fugger provided credit to the House of Habsburg, to kings and to the Medici. Never again was one company to have such enormous political and economic influence. Still today, one can hear about the Age of the Fuggers. The Fugger family were known as the German Medici because of their wealth, their love of the arts and their investment in splendour.This travel guide “The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg. Merchants, Mining Entrepreneurs, Bankers and Benefactors“ with a wealth of photos and informative texts, takes you on a trip through Augsburg, the city of the Fuggers, to the world-famous Fuggerei, the Fugger castles and churches. The places of interest de­scribed here all bear witness to a major chapter in European economic and social history.

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The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg
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The story of the Fuggers is absolutely amazing: Jakob Fugger was the outstanding business genius of the Renaissance. He financed the im­perial thrones of Maximilian I and Charles V, minted coins for the popes and created a major European banking, trading, mining and precious metal corporation. His nephew and successor Anton acquired even more wealth. Anton Fugger provided credit to the House of Habsburg, to kings and to the Medici. Never again was one company to have such enormous political and economic influence. Still today, one can hear about the Age of the Fuggers. The Fugger family were known as the German Medici because of their wealth, their love of the arts and their investment in splendour. This travel guide "The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg. Merchants, Mining Entrepreneurs, Bankers and Benefactors" with a wealth of photos and informative texts, takes you on a trip through Augsburg, the city of the Fuggers, to the world-famous Fuggerei, the Fugger castles and churches. The places of interest de­scribed here all bear witness to a major chapter in European economic and social history.

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The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg
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The story of the Fuggers is absolutely amazing: Jakob Fugger was the outstanding business genius of the Renaissance. He financed the im­perial thrones of Maximilian I and Charles V, minted coins for the popes and created a major European banking, trading, mining and precious metal corporation. His nephew and successor Anton acquired even more wealth. Anton Fugger provided credit to the House of Habsburg, to kings and to the Medici. Never again was one company to have such enormous political and economic influence. Still today, one can hear about the Age of the Fuggers. The Fugger family were known as the German Medici because of their wealth, their love of the arts and their investment in splendour. This travel guide "The Fugger Dynasty in Augsburg. Merchants, Mining Entrepreneurs, Bankers and Benefactors" with a wealth of photos and informative texts, takes you on a trip through Augsburg, the city of the Fuggers, to the world-famous Fuggerei, the Fugger castles and churches. The places of interest de­scribed here all bear witness to a major chapter in European economic and social history.

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Eventorganisation unter Berücksichtigung der ve...
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Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2012 im Fachbereich Sport - Sportökonomie, Sportmanagement, Note: 1,0, Hochschule für angewandtes Management, ehem. FH für angewandtes Management Erding (Sportmanagement), Veranstaltung: Eventmanagement, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: 'Duisburg, die Love Parade, um 15.45 Uhr. Schnell, schnell, der Mann braucht jetzt eigentlich zwei Hundertschaften, besser drei, besser vier, er braucht sie für den Osttunnel, für den Westtunnel, für die Rampe. Aber alles, was er im Moment bekommen kann, ist diese eine .... Eine Hundertschaft, um die Katastrophe zu verhindern. Eine Hundertschaft gegen einhunderttausend .... Als später die Menschen übereinanderkippen, als sie nach Luft schnappen, keuchen, um ihr Leben kämpfen, als auch die Polizei nicht mehr weiss, was gerade wo passiert, bitten Beamte sogar einen Hubschrauberpiloten, der über dem Gelände kreist, Durchsagen zu machen. Ein verzweifelter Versuch, der scheitern muss. Am Ende werden 21 Menschen tot sein, untergegangen im Gedränge auf der Rampe, dem Flaschenhals für Hunderttausende, die auf dem Gelände des alten Duisburger Güterbahnhofs feiern wollten.' Jeder erinnert sich wohl an die hier gezeigten und beschriebenen Eindrücke, die sich während der Loveparade 2010 in Duisburg abspielten und tagelang in allen Medien das prägende Thema waren. Die Loveparade, die grösste Techno-Party der Welt mit bis zu einer Million Besuchern und eigentlich bekannt für gut gelaunte Gäste, welche friedlich miteinander feiern, wurde am 24. Juli 2010 in Duisburg für 21 Menschen zur Todesfalle. Auch knapp zwei Jahre später stellt sich immer noch die Frage, wie es überhaupt zu dieser schrecklichen Katastrophe kommen konnte und warum 21 Menschen ihr Leben lassen mussten. Die Ermittlungen der Staatsanwaltschaft haben ergeben, dass von mehreren Beteiligten schwerwiegende Organisationsfehler - bewusst und auch unbewusst - gemacht wurden. Die Vorfälle sind nicht nur an und für sich traurig und ausserordentlich bedauerlich, sie haben auch deutschlandweit einschneidende Veränderungen in der Organisation von Grossveranstaltungen nach sich gezogen. Ein grosser Aufschrei ging so beispielsweise durch die Region Augsburg, als die City Initiative Augsburg (CIA) als Veranstalter von Schwabens grösstem Stadtfest, dem beliebten Maxstrassenfest, Ende Mai 2011 verkündete, dass der Event im Jahr 2011 aufgrund verstärkter Sicherheitsauflagen nicht stattfinden kann. Diese Arbeit soll ausgehend von der neuen Problematik 'Eventorganisation von Grossveranstaltungen' zeigen, wie die aktuelle Situation gehandelt und wie ein neues Maxfest in Augsburg auf die Beine gestellt werden kann.

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Overcoming Mortality
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, University of Augsburg, language: English, abstract: The wish of overcoming mortality and gaining eternity is as old as the awareness of death. Many cultures and times have tried to succeed in this by various methods. Some built their dead enormous graves and buried their entire homes with them to guarantee a comfortable afterlife. Others mummified their corpses so that they might life forever. There is no religion that does not know the thought of afterlife, eternity or rebirth - be it the antique underworld Hades surrounded by the river Styx, the ancestor worship of many natural religions, the Buddhist belief of rebirth and incarnation or the Christian idea of eternal life in heaven or hell. Besides the religious belief, however, there was another way for gaining eternity, especially in the upper classes of cultural western societies. They meant to gain eternity by creating something - a painting, sculpture or poem - that will last for centuries, perhaps for ever, and thus reminding the posterity of it's creator. Some, however, used this method not for themselves but for others. They eternalised another person through their work of art for instance by praising the beauty or the virtues of a beloved or honoured person in verse. The main literal convention for doing so was the poem. Being a very common and possibly the greatest form for a love poem it is not surprising that the motive of giving immortality to the beauty of the beloved person is a very current motive in the sonnet, especially the Renaissance sonnet sequences. One of the greatest sonneteers in the English language, however, is one mostly known as the writer of plays like 'Hamlet', 'Romeo and Juliet', 'King Lear' and many, many others: William Shakespeare.

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Stereotypes Galore! Women's Emancipation as Ref...
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Pre-University Paper from the year 2009 in the subject English - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, Maria-Ward-Gymnasium Augsburg, language: English, abstract: A woman rushes across the screen, cleaning the floor with the latest 'turbo power 3' multifunction vacuum cleaner, feeds her baby with the new and improved baby formula and marvels at her almost blindingly clean dishes, then turns to the camera with a smile on her face that suggests she could not imagine a more satisfying life. This description might sound a little old fashioned and restricting, but it is commonly conveyed to us through advertising, even today. Is this truly the concept we have of modern women? Has not the women's movement brought about more change than just in legal status? As advertising is one of the most powerful educational mediums in modern society, the image of women it conveys is not only quite interesting, but also of great importance. There is such an overload of advertising surrounding us; we're bombarded daily with a vast amount on the radio, TV, online, on billboards, in magazines, even on the most common things like a pen-there is no way to escape its influence. Advertising's key objective is making money; selling an image of perfection to consumers makes great business sense, because it sends people on a never-ending quest, trying to achieve the impossible, all the while spending endless amounts of money. Advertising does not only sell a product, but, through stereotyped characters, also provides us with an exemplary way of life. The concepts of beauty, love, and normalcy it promotes, might have changed in the course of 40 years, but the central message remains the same, 'you have to buy this or otherwise you will be unacceptable'. It seems that in the 21st century, women's emancipation is an issue that should long since have been checked off the list as accomplished. The great effect of the feminist movement, with

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