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  1. Strony w kategorii „Niemieccy malarze” Poniżej wyświetlono 149 spośród wszystkich 149 stron tej kategorii.

  2. In 1932, the SS introduced its best known uniform, the black ensemble designed by Karl Diebitsch and graphic designer and SS-member Walter Heck. The shirt remained brown as a nod to the SA, of which the SS was still nominally a part, but all else was black from high boots to the new military-style peaked cap, aside from the red armband.

  3. 1787 Johann Karl Leopold von Larisch, 1788 Friedrich Ehrenreich von Diebitsch (Alt-Diebitsch), 1791 Heinrich Leopold von Forcade, 1792 Karl Friedrich von Martini, 1795 Friedrich Ferdinand von Anhalt-Köthen-Pless, 1802 Karl Gustav von Erichsen Das Bataillon wurde am 14. Oktober bei Umpferstedt vernichtet, das Depot ergab sich am 16.

  4. Geographische Lage. Neuruppin ist eine der flächengrößten Städte Deutschlands.Die Stadt Neuruppin, 60 km nordwestlich von Berlin im Landkreis Ostprignitz-Ruppin, besteht im Süden aus den am Ufer des vom Rhin durchflossenen Ruppiner See gelegenen Ortsteilen, darunter die eigentliche Kernstadt Neuruppin und Alt Ruppin.

  5. Al final de la batalla en la tarde del 19 de octubre, los restos de la Grande Armée cruzaron el río Elster y comenzaron una retirada bien ordenada. La batalla había terminado de manera concluyente y decisiva con las naciones de la Coalición como vencedoras, y la campaña alemana fue un completo fracaso para los franceses, aunque lograron una victoria menor cuando el ejército bávaro ...

  6. ro.wikipedia.org › wiki › KaliningradKaliningrad - Wikipedia

    După înfrângerea suferită de Napoleon în campania militară împotriva Rusiei, începe și în Prusia de Est reorganizarea unei lupte de eliberare, în 30 decembrie 1812 având loc Convenția militară de la Tauroggen între generalul prusac Yorck și comandantul armatei ruse Hans Karl von Diebitsch.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Pamir_(ship)Pamir (ship) - Wikipedia

    During World War II, Pamir was seized as a prize of war by the New Zealand government on 3 August 1941 while in port at Wellington.Ten commercial voyages were made under the New Zealand flag: five to San Francisco, three to Vancouver, one to Sydney and her last voyage across the Tasman from Sydney to Wellington carrying 2,700 tons of cement and 400 tons of nail wire.