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Studies in Low German and High German Literature

By: Maccallum, Mungo William, Sir 1854-1942

...M Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND HIGH GERMAN LITERATURE Title: STUDIES IN LOW GERMAN AND HIGH GERMAN LITERAT... ...... ...l Romance ... 131 The Minnesong ... ... ... ... ... 183 The Don Quixote op Germany ... ... ... 223 Hans Sachs and the Mastersong ... ... ... 249 Klops... ...stersong ... ... ... 249 Klopstock ... ... ... ... ... 291 STUDIES IN LOW GERMAN AND HIGH GERMAN LITERATURE. FRITZ REUTER. [In the " Sammtliohe Werke... ... The experiences may be very old and elementary, yet on B t7 2 STUDIES IN GERMAN LITEEATUEE. that very account may interest a rapidly ageing society ... ...s like Aldhelm, archbishops like Tatwine, missionary saints like Boniface, educationists and philosophers like Alcuin have all made their contribution...

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A Young Girl's Diary

By: Sigmund Freud

...so serious, and so artless, that it cannot fail to be of supreme interest to educationists and psychologists. "It is certainly incumbent on you to pub... ...e professor, and I think a drawing mistress as well. The Frau Doktor teaches German and writing. She put us together on the 3rd bench. Then she made a... ...or 1.70 crowns, I don't know exactly. To−day lessons went on until 12, first German, then arithmetic, then religion for Catholics, and then we came aw... ...something to complain of. She must have spoken to Frau Doktor M., for in the German lesson the subject for viva voce composition was Good Manners. And... ...e are the sweets. That's exactly suited for her, for the Frau Doktor teaches German and in the Fourth in German they are reading these poets. Last mon... ...not deceitful, so one sees how easy it is to make a mistake. To−morrow's our German lesson. December 6th. Frau Doktor did not say anything at first. T...

...e burden. Of all these things we have a description at once so charming, so serious, and so artless, that it cannot fail to be of supreme interest to educationists and psychologists....

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Peter Engelmann

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... Peter Engelmann (b. Pfalz, Rhenish Prussia, 1823 in – d. 1874) was a German American educationist, writer and founder of the Germa... ...f Berlin. During the revolution of 1848/49 he identified with the republican movement in Germany, and wrote for the Prussian revolutionary paper Freie... ...then to Milwaukee, where he was engaged by the Milwaukee Schulverein as principal of the German-English Academy, which he worked for until his death. ... .... Categories American educationists Educators from Wisconsin ... ... from Wisconsin Heidelberg University alumni German emigrants to the United States P...

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Some Old-Fashioned Educationists

By: Colville, James

... THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES i^n^^' J" ^y Some Old-fashioned Educationists " Ifwe wish to understand modern theories of education, we... ...ctions which can alone save us from a foolish reaction." Some Old-fashioned Educationists By James Colville, M.A., D.Sc. (Edin.) Principal, Newton Pl... ... culture. 5 6 Preface to an independent reading of his Ludus Literarius. As educationists I believe the others to be fresh subjects. Bacon, Cordery, ... ...erius, the Latinized form of his French name, Cordier. Some Old-fashioned Educationists FRANCIS BACON AS AN EDUCA- TIONAL THEORIST THE theorist is ... ... class, each in turn, on some subject which has been carefully prepared. The Germans know it as the Vortrag, Francis Bacon as an Educational Theorist... ...oks or of materials for study. The best brand of knife (scalpellum), made in Germany and bought at the fair, could be had for twopence. Pens, carried ... ...while the family were at supper. Another wayward son has just come back from Germany, whither he had been sent to study High Dutch by order of his fat... ... entreaty of friends the youth is forgiven, only on con- dition of return to Germany after the vintage. Moral : maternal affection is pernicious folly... ...he word by its head and proceed to mouth or mangle the rest of it. As Latin, German, and French consistently sustain the effort to the close, the earl...

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A Young Girl's Diary

By: Sigmund Freud

... serious, and so artless, that it cannot fail to be of supreme interest to educationists and psychologists. "It is certainly incumbent on you to publ... ...professor, and I think a drawing mistress as well. The Frau Doktor teaches German and writing. She put us together on the 3rd bench. Then she made a s... ...70 crowns, I 8 don't know exactly. To-day lessons went on until 12, first German, then arithmetic, then religion for Catholics, and then we came away... ...mething to complain of. She must have spoken to Frau Doktor M., for in the German lesson the subject for viva voce composition was Good Manners. And a... ...are the sweets. That's exactly suited for her, for the Frau Doktor teaches German and in the Fourth in German they are reading these poets. Last month... ...t deceitful, so one sees how easy it is to make a mistake. To-morrow's our German lesson. December 6th. Frau Doktor did not say anything at first. Th...

...e burden. Of all these things we have a description at once so charming, so serious, and so artless, that it cannot fail to be of supreme interest to educationists and psychologists....

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Anastasios Michail

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...teacher of rhetoric and philosophy. In 1702 he had the chance to meet with distinguished German theologians in Constantinople. Later he went to Halle ... ... Articles containing Greek-language text Greek educationists People from Imathia ...

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The German Enigma : Being an Inquiry Among Germans as to What They Think, What They Want, What They Can Do

By: Bourdon, Georges, 1868-1938; Marshall, Beatrice

...E GERMAN ENIGMA by GEORGES BOURDON THE GERMAN ENIGMA THE GERMAN ENIGMA BEING AN INQUIRY AMONG GERMANS AS TO WHAT ... ...914 INTRODUCTION By Charles Sarolea The present investigation into Franco-German relations conducted on behalf of the Figaro, is the work of one of t... ...ontemporary France. The whole question of the relations between France and Germany is lifted to a higher plane. We hear no more of the humiliation of ... ... book, it is also a brave deed. Too long has it been the fashion V vi THE GERMAN ENIGMA for French publicists to entrench themselves behind Gambetta'... ...rier of fear and distrust. He has taken the first step. He has gone to the Germans in a spirit of frankness and conciliation. He has tried to get at t... ...w, with us defect. How can we fail to be impressed by the efforts of these educationists, who apply themselves by such careful methods to awaken in a ...

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Journal-American Medical Association : Vol. 80

By: American Medical Association

...thout a license, it is reported. Dr. Hirschland, who stated that he is a graduate of a German university, pleaded guilty to the charge. Hospital Ends ... ...r, two years ago, which was the first honor of this nature accorded since the war to a German scientist. He was also a member of the Gesellschaft fur ... .... 1422. Fight .Against Rabies in Russia. L. Poleff. — p. 1422. Address at Centenary of German Naturforscher Society. A. Striimpell. —p. 1423. Psychoge... ...t on experimental animals cannot well be duplicated in human infections. Nevertheless, German surgeons are beginning- to describe a similar efficiency... ...health officer, is leaving for Europe, where he will spend a year attending clinics in Germany, Austria, France and England. Dr. Guy R. Duer of Stough... ...a report. The committee was appointed by the board of education. It consists mainly of educationists, but includes Dr. J. G. Adami, chancellor of the ...

...Digitized from the holdings of Harvard University. Various paging ; Corollarium has special t.-p ; Descriptions in Latin, notes in German and French ; v. 1 Phascaceae. Archidiaceae. Bruchiaceae. Weisiaceae. Dicranaceae. Leucobryaceae. Fissidentaceae.--v. 2. Seligeriaceae. Pottiaceae. Trichostomaceae. Distichiaceae.--v. 3. Tetraphideae. Encalyptaceae. Zyg...

Mosses ; Descriptions in Latin, notes in German and French.

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William Edward Hickson

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...d shoe manufacturer of Smithfield, London. Having studied schools in The Netherlands and Germany, he retired from the family business in 1840 to conce... ... The Singing master (1836) Dutch and German Schools (1840) Part Singing (... ... ^ Aldrich, Richard J; Gordon, Peter (1989). Dictionary of British Educationists. Routledge. p. 112. ISBN .  ...

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The German Enigma : Being an Inquiry Among Germans as to What They Think, What They Want, What They Can Do

By: Bourdon, Georges, 1868-1938

...E GERMAN ENIGMA by GEORGES BOURDON THE GERMAN ENIGMA THE GERMAN ENIGMA BEING AN INQUIRY AMONG GERMANS AS TO WHAT ... ...4 INTRODUCTION BY CHARLES SAROLEA I THE present investigation into Franco-German relations conducted on behalf of the Figaro, is the work of one of t... ...ontemporary France. The whole question of the relations between France and Germany is lifted to a higher plane. We hear no more of the humiliation of ... ...od book, it is also a brave deed. Too long has it been the fashion vi THE GERMAN ENIGMA for French publicists to entrench themselves behind Gambetta'... ...rier of fear and distrust. He has taken the first step. He has gone to the Germans in a spirit of frankness and conciliation. He has tried to get at t... ...w, with us defect. How can we fail to be impressed by the efforts of these educationists, who apply themselves by such careful methods to awaken in a ...

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United Empire : Volume 6

By: Royal Commonwealth Society

...-2 ARMY. See IMPERIAL DEFENCE ARYA SAMAJ, 472 ASIATIC EMIGRATION : India and German East Africa, G. H. Lepper, 350-3 As others see us, E. Colquhoun, 2... ...BARKER, J. ELLIS, Impressions of a new fellow [Letter], 154 The value of the German colonies, 209-13 Italy and the War, 411-8 Fight for the Dardanelle... ...no terms with the enemy, 611-2 BEACONSFIELD, EARL OF, 67-8 Belgium under the German heel, A. Chainaye, 189-96 BELL, H. T. MONTAGUE, The Indian Expedi-... ...ting, 631 Bos WELL, H. M., The dawn of a new spirit, 585-8 BOYD, CHARLES W., Germany in Africa [Review], 470-1 Rhodesia in 1915, 582-5 BRASSEY, EARL, ... ...EORGE ETIENNE, 546-7 CEYLON, 617-8, 921 CHADJAYE, ACHILLE, Belgium under the German heel, 189-96 CHINA, 408-9, 497, 643 CHRISTISON, ROBERT, Obituary n... ...the bottom of the German ocean " than in all the appreciations of pro-German educationists. Fas est et ab hoste doceri ; it would be folly to underrat... ...ent universities and public schools and her noble roll of great scholars and educationists, is still an inspiration to those whose educational systems...

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Education in Germany

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... Academia in Germany ... ... Art schools in Germany ... ... Business education in Germany ... ... Distance education in Germany ... ... Drama schools in Germany ... ... German educationists ... ... German educationists ...

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Dictionary of the English and German Languages : Vol. 2

By: Grieb, Christoph Friedrich

...Y OF TORONTO PRESS CHR. FR. GRIEB'S DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES. TENTH EDITION RE-ARRANGED, REVISED, AND ENLARGED WITH S... ...COLOGNE, FORMERLY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG I. B. IN TWO VOLUMES VOL II! GERMAN AND ENGLISH STUTTGART PAUL NEFF, PUBLISHER (CARL BÜCHLE) VaiD'-VD... ...iKh- GeriiKiH and Gennan-L'nglish Didionunj and in the very full and copious German-English Part of 'Flügel-Schmidt-Tanger'. As in my English-German P... ...my relations to which have already been stated in the Narhcurt to my English-German Part. Among other compilations, I have to mention the Wörterbuch d... ...niel Sanders, 3 vols., and the Er- gämungsicörterbuch by the same author. My German-P'nglish Part differs materially, as does the English-German Part ... ...l or college. 2.member of a school-board (also as a title given to deserving educationists), --«breiter, m. manfege- rider. —iciterin, f. (lady) raanf...

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School; A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education : Volume 4

...the history of either Faculty or journal. Although still among the younger educationists of Ontario, Dr. Stevenson's experience has been variedand ric... ...t, if she con- tinues to teach, she will both need and enjoy a pension. In Germany the retired teacher ranks with the retired judge. Both receive stat... ... the teacher more efficient, more highly honoured, or more content than in Germany. Has not the pen- sion something to do with this? Will not each of ... ...language now slowly moves. He has a message for the teachers of French and German in our High Schools as well as for the teachers of the young foreign... ...fice before November 15th, 1915. Books on the Present War Collier, Price. "Germany and the Germans from an American Point of View". Scribner, 75c. Tel... ..., 75c. Tells, in essay form, of the characteristics and problems of modern Germany. The book is universally praised by critics. Contents: The Cradle o... ...year beginning with 1916. This will mean but one more four-months' course. Educationists throughout the province are pleased that the time has about a... ...ions to teachers and schools. All coun- tries with pension schemes and all educationists are agreed as to that. No opponent of the Ontario scheme has ... ...pp, Toronto, we have received copies of the following books of interest to educationists: — Under the Rainbow Arch, by Margaret Cameron. Cloth 56 page...

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Alfred Baeumler

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...Alfred Baeumler (or Bäumler; German: ; November 19, 1887 in Neustadt an der Tafelfichte, Bohemia – March... ... Bohemia – March 19, 1968 in Eningen unter Achalm, near Reutlingen), was a German philosopher and pedagogue. From 1924 he taught at the Technische Uni... ... Biography An influential philosopher in Nazi Germany, Baeumler used Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy to legitimize Nazis... ...gel's sense, he also wanted to hear nothing of Bismarck's Christian Lesser Germany ("Kleindeutschland"). Before his eyes stood the task of our race: t... ...ce: the task of being leader of Europe. … What would Europe be without the Germanic North? What would Europe be without Germany? A Roman colony. … Ger... ...ple German philosophers German educationists German Nazi politicians ...

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Practical Educationists and Their Systems of Teaching

By: Leitch, James

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRACTICAL EDUCATIONISTS Author: JAMES LEITCH Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...... ...Edinoiistou <5r= DoHgla Dublin, W. H. Smith &> Son. MDCCCLXXVI. PRACTICAL EDUCATIONISTS AND THEIR SYSTEMS OF TEACHING. JAMES LEITCH, PRINCIPAL OF THE... ...the study of education as a science, by connecting its principles with the educationists or teachers who originated them, or first wrought them out su... ...ozzi at Yverdun Fichte's Opinion of Pestalozzi and of the " Situation " in Germany Visit of Karl von Raumer to Yverdun His De- scription of Pestalozzi... ...from thence he occasionally passed over to the Continent, visiting France, Germany, and Holland, where he had opportunities of profiting by the conver... ...gh several editions in English, and was translated into French, Dutch, and German, and had much influence on education. In the preface of Locke's book... ...lish teachers have been led by the mixed character of our language. In the German, which is a primitive language, the words denoting the qualities of ... ...uage, or are formed from such, and are therefore readily understood by the German children.' (Tilleard, p. 56.) Pestalozzi divided his own object less...

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School; A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education : Volume 5

By: University of Toronto. Ontario College of Education

...p. io \\ |(^ UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS TORONTO index; ' PAGE Africa, The War in German East 342, 407 Airship Projectiles 410 Alberta, Home Garden W... ...Geographical Nature Study . 36", 104, 148, 219, 278, 366, 430, 481, 557, 628 PAGE German .East Africa, The War in 342, 407 Grammar, The Need for Unif... ... 654 Vocation, The Pupils' Point of View of a 248 War, Gazetteer of the 616 War in German East Africa, The 342, 407 War History, Devices for Teaching ... ...April 1. Two Zeppelins raid the North-east coast; 116 casualties. French repulse a German attack between Forts Douamont and Vaux. April 2. Extensive r... ...21 casualties) and northern and south-eastern counties of England (no casualties). Germans obtain a precarious footing in the Caillette Wood. April 3.... ...tion or more as teachers, both have been successful, and rank among the best known educationists in the Province. Di . Forrest, whose family live in T... ...United States. The essential features of the "outside survey" are that one or more educationists of note are called from outside points into the city,... ... the farm, office, or workshop. To this Council it called a distinguished group of educationists and scientists. At its head it placed Professor A. B.... ...pulpit, the universities, and the learned professions, the Dominion association of educationists is striving to evolve acommon Canadianeducational ide...

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Dominic Shellard

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...ich College from 1977 to 1984, and St Peter's College, Oxford, where he read English and German. He obtained a DPhil in English Literature on the thea... ...d People educated at Dulwich College English educationists English academics ...

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Practical Educationists and Their Systems of Teaching

By: Leitch, James

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRACTICAL EDUCATIONISTS Author: JAMES LEITCH Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...... ...the study of education as a science, by connecting its principles with the educationists or teachers who originated them, or first wrought them out su... ... schools ; and Spencer is our leading champion for science teaching. Other educationists of equal merit and interest might have been included, but it ... ...zi at Yverdun— Fichte's Opinion of Pestalozzi and of the ** Situation " in Germany — Visit of Karl von Raumer to Yverdun — His De- scription of Pestal... ...from thence he occasionally passed over to the Continent, visiting France, Germany, and Holland, where he had opportunities of profiting by the conver... ...gh several editions in English, and was translated into French, Dutch, and German, and had much influence on education. In the preface of Locke's book... ...lish teachers have been led by the mixed character of our language. In the German, which is a primitive language, the words denoting the qualities of ... ...uage, or are formed from such, and are therefore readily understood by the German children.' (Tilleard, p. 56.) Pestalozzi divided his own object less...

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Federal Magazine and the All-Red Mail : Vol. 102

...heir peaceful occupations and to buikl up their prosperity. The supremacy of Germany meant a very real danger to them in the Antipodes, where covetous... ...under the protection of the Australian battle cruiser " AustraUa," landed in German Samoa, and without firing a single shot, hoisted the British flag ... ...lian Na\-v, in co-operation with the Antipodean troops, has captured several German islands in the Pacific, and has protected British vessels in the P... ...ds. Retreat of Ru,s.siaus between the Bug and the Vistula. Armenian .sunk by German siiliraariue off Cornwall. British success near Ypres. Surrender o... ...ansport torpedoed in .^igean Sea. Austrian advance on .Serbia near Belgrade. German bombardment of West Coast. Zeppehn raid on East Coast. German occu... ...ugiu-ated by the League, and had met with the approval of many distinguished educationists both at home and in the outlying Doniinions of the lunpire....

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Georg Michael Pachtler

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...berg, 14 September 1825; d. at Exaten, Netherlands, 12 August 1889) was a German Jesuit controversial and educational writer. Life He studied i... ...aplain to the Tyrolese troops during the Italian campaign (1866), and to German volunteers in the papal army (1869–70). After the expulsion of th... ...al army (1869–70). After the expulsion of the Society of Jesus from the German Empire (1872), Pachtler lived mostly in the Netherlands and Austria... ... He was the first editor of the Stimmen aus Maria-Laach, published by the German Jesuits, one of the leading Catholic periodicals in Germany. He was ... ...inciting the Kulturkampf .Roisin Healy, The Jesuit Specter in Imperial Germany (2003), p. 76. Among his works are: "Acta et Decreta Sacrosanct... ... "Die Reform unserer Gymnasien" (1883), attracted the attention of German educationists, and he was invited to become a contributor to the "Monumenta...

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Studies in Low German and High German Literature

By: Maccallum, Mungo William, Sir 1854-1942

...MEDIAEVAL ROMANCE ... 131 THE MINNESONG ... ... ... ... ... 183 THE DON QUIXOTE OF GERMANY ... ... ... 223 HANS SACHS AND THE MASTERSONG ... ... ... 2... ... poems. The experiences may be very old and elementary, yet on 7 B V 2 STUDIES IN GERMAN LITERATURE. that very account may interest a rapidly ageing ... ...ircumstances of the "Braid Scottis" of last century being strikingly 4 STUDIES IN GERMAN LITERATURE. analogous to those of Platt Deutsch in the prese... ...nued to be spoken as mother speech by thousands of educated families, to whom High German and English were respectively foreign tongues, which had, as... ...e of home, of friendship, of master and servant, continues to be their own old Low German in its traditional forms. Of course the differences between ... ... Scholars like Aldhelm, archbishops like Tatwine, missionary saints like Boniface, educationists and philosophers like Alcuin have all made their cont...

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School; A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education : Volume 6

By: University of Toronto. Ontario College of Education

...ng the Purpose of 534 Educational Books of the Year 297 Educational Leadership 278 Educationists, Leading Manitoba 536, 597, 694, 777 Egypt, A British... ...tional Guidance in Grades VII and VIII 4U War and Neutral Nations, The ''61 War in German East Africa, The 525 War in the Air, The l^!;'. 579, 666 Wes... ...he study of the local community. This new definition of civics lias led individual educationists and educational associations to survey the whole fiel... ...asks Congress to declare that a state of war exists between the LInited States and Germany. Between Bapaume and Arras British forces advance on a 10 m... ...er Az'.ec torpedoed off the French Coast. .\pril 3. Russians badly beaten when the Germans win a bridgehead at Tolby on the Stocked; 10,000 prisoners.... ...mer Parana torpedoed and sunk, 13 lives lost. -April 5. United States at War -with Germany. She seizes gi German ships interned in her harbours. Great... ...ane drops bombs in Kent; no casualties. -April 6. British lose 28 machines and the Germans lose 46 in two days' air fighting. Germans bombard Rheims. ... ...o comprise the programme. In all of these the teachers, the lecturer, and visiting educationists may take part. The duties of the special lecturer do ... ..." states Mr. Meadows, "to take him out of the artificial restrictions im- posed by educationists. These restrictions result from endeavouring to get k...

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Friedrich Thiersch

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... Friedrich Wilhelm Thiersch (17 June 1784 – 25 February 1860), was a German classical scholar and educationist. Biography ... ...was a violent feud between the Protestant "north" and the Catholic "south" Germans; Thiersch's colleagues, chiefly old monks, offered violent oppositi... ... External links Friedrich Thiersch in the German National Library catalogue Friedrich Thiers... ... People from Laucha an der Unstrut German educationists German classical scholars ... ... People from Laucha an der Unstrut German educationists German classical scholars ...

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What Germany Thinks; The War as Germans See It

By: Thomas F. A. Smith

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: WHAT GERMANY THINKS Author: THOMAS F. A. SMITH Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... .............................66 CHAPTER IX. THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM AND GERMANY'S ANNEXATION PROPAGANDA .......................................... ...TO STEEL” Scott . ................................................121 What Germany Thinks i What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith This page copyri... ...AW” • CHAPTER VIII. ATROCITIES • CHAPTER IX. THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM AND GERMANY'S ANNEXATION PROPAGANDA • CHAPTER X. SAIGNER A BLANC.[161] • CH... ...ll greater variety of stuff−quality. It were better for us to have done with educationists who preach about 'the rigid uniformity of system which is a...

...erpt: Chapter 1. THE CAUSES OF THE WAR. In many quarters of the world, especially in certain sections of the British public, people believed that the German nation was led blindly into the World War by an unscrupulous military clique. Now, however, there is ample evidence to prove that the entire nation was thoroughly well informed of the course which events were taking, a...

...Table of Contents: What Germany Thinks, 1 -- Thomas F. A. Smith, 1 -- Chapter I. THE CAUSES OF THE WAR, 1 -- Chapter II. ON THE LEASH, 6 -- Chapter III. THE DOGS LET LOOSE, 15 -- Chapter IV. MOBILIZATION, 25 -- Chapter V. WARS AND RUMOURS OF WARS, 3...

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School; A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education : Volume 7

By: University of Toronto. Ontario College of Education

..., 528, 594 i:(litorial Notes 1, 69, 141, 213, 283, 353, 423, 493, 565, 635 Educationists, Leading Manitoba 48, 399, 6^6 Examinations in General Knowle... ...st be laid entirely on the shoulders of the ra1:epayer or the trustee? Are educationists doing much to arouse the interest of the average citizen? Unl... ...t a foreign language than at his English, because he feels that in French, German, or Latin he is acquiring a new and useful tool, whereas for nine bo... ...ch province, and becoming familiar with the aims and ideals of the leading educationists. In the autumn of 1910 he returned and accepted the principal... ...e task of righting the matter many educators and, to a lesser extent, some educationists, maintain that the courses at present in vogue in the PuH'lc ... ...l forces under his command at Kavala on September 12th, and was removed to Germany. Meanwhile Venizelos was very active on behalf of the Allies. On Au... ...the expulsion of enemy agents and Greek subjects guilty of espionage. Four German steamers in Piraeus Harbour were seized. Venizelos was clearly comin... ...ingly weakened by it. On the day of Monastir's capture the Allies gave the German, Austro-Hungarian, Bulgarian, and Turkish legations notice to leave ... ... which smoke fire burned, and marched up to mend the roads tramped over by German boots a day or two ago. From airdromes on the way our flying men wer...

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Lewis Elton

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The nemesis of docility, a study of German character

By: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936

...hed by CONSTABLE & CO. LTD., LONDON Pn THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY A STUDT OF GERMAN CHARACTER BY EDMOND HOLMES " Your enemy becomes a mystery that must ... .... 1916 Portions of a paper on " Ideals of Life and Education, English and German," which appeared in the October number of the Nineteenth Century and... ...park is needed to set them ablaze. CONTENTS CHAP. PAGE I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . I II A DOCILE ARMY...... 32 III A DOCILE PEOPLE ..... 5... ... BY DOCILITY .... 140 VII BETRAYED BY DOCILITY .... 173 VIII THE MENACE OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEP... ...ITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEPEST DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . 247 THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY CHAPTER I THE GENESIS OF G... ... one, is opposed DEEPESTDEBTTOGERMANDOCILITY 251 to our ideal of life. As educationists, we believe in the type of education which Germany has ideali...

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University Magazine : Volume 15

By: Mcgill University; University of Toronto; Dalhousie University

...tland — Adam C. Welch 320 Captains Adventurous—Norah M. Holland 334 The Real German Peril — George G. Melvin 335 The Mind of a Poet—Herbert L. Stewart... ...-day — W. Vaughan 575 Book Reviews and Literary Notes 588 TOPICS OF THE DAY GERMAN ^ highly significant passage in the German CHANCEL- Chancellor's s... ... weakening? What about the earlier picture, so generally accepted throughout Germany, of the double-tongued, deceitful villain, who waited craftily ti... ... Sir E. Grey may now expect to regain his lost reputation in the eyes of the German people ? And that the Hymn of Hate may possibly have been the resu... ...mn of Hate may possibly have been the result of a misunderstanding ? Outside Germany every one has always known of the British Foreign Secretary's ear... ...ollowing the publication of opinions of a dozen or more prominent Canadians, educationists, lawyers, bankers and business men, all looking towards a t...

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Mabel Tylecote

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... the arts and education. She was on the (Manchester) Committee of the Free German League of Culture in Great Britain, founded by published by German a... ...ss Sybil Thorndike. The League had its own publishing company, Inside Nazi Germany, and a major artist, John Heartfield, producing most of its illustr... ... British schoolteachers British educationists Councillors in Manchester ... ... the arts and education. She was on the (Manchester) Committee of the Free German League of Culture in Great Britain, founded by published by German a... ...ss Sybil Thorndike. The League had its own publishing company, Inside Nazi Germany, and a major artist, John Heartfield, producing most of its illustr... ... British schoolteachers British educationists Councillors in Manchester ...

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A Course in Scientific German

By: Hodges, Harry Blake

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: A COURSE IN SCIENTIFIC GERMAN Author: HARRY BLAKE HODGES Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...... ...an students of science, of some aid in the acquirement of a knowledge of the German language of a sufficiently practical nature to enable them to read... ...actical nature to enable them to read with ease the scientific literature of Germany. The great difference between the words, phrases, and general sty... ...y. The great difference between the words, phrases, and general style of the German of polite literature, usually the only kind taught in our schools ... ... Gill's Systems of Education. An account of the systems advocated by eminent educationists. Price by mail, $1.10. I can say truly that I think it emin...

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Federal Magazine and the All-Red Mail : Vol. 95

... on the outbreak of the war found herself in collision with both Austria and Germany ; Serbia has been in\'aluable in preventing Austria from concentr... ...a from concentrating all her energies upon Russia, and Japan has obliterated Germany's power in the East. To understand the present e.xtraordinary sit... ...onsideration in the next issue of the Magazine of the position and policy of Germany, Austria and Turkey in so far as they bear upon the present crisi... ...iple Entente. There is no doubt that the ambitious policy of e.xpan- sion of Germany and Austria-Hungary has for long threat- ened the interests of En... ...must oe for ever on the watch against her victorious and powerful neighbour, Germany. .Although primarily an industrial people, hard-working, thrifty ... ...d every year to have meetings such as tlie present one at which teachers and educationists generally could come into personal touch with one another. ... ...st. He wi.shed the Conference at Toronto every possible success, hoping that educationists in the Mother Country would do their best to help it, and t...

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Stephen Ferrando

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..., Nagas and other tribes requesting that he assign priests, nuns, doctors, educationists and other personnel to their communities. In his annual repor... ..., the British Government ordered the internment of most of the Italian and German missionaries throughout British India. While fifty-six of his missio...

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The nemesis of docility, a study of German character

By: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936

...lished by CONSTABLE & CO. LTD., LONDON THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY A STUDY OF GERMAN CHARACTER BY EDMOND HOLMES " Your enemy becomes a mystery that must ... ....%;|fv Portions of a paper on " Ideals of Life and Education, English and German," which appeared in the October number of the Nineteenth Century and... ...y a spark is needed to set them ablaze. CONTENTS CHAP. I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY II A DOCILE ARMY . III A DOCILE PEOPLE IV THE DREAM OF A DO... ...LITY VI BRUTALIZED BY DOCILITY VII BETRAYED BY DOCILITY VIII THE MENACE OF GERMAN DOCILITY IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . X OUR DEEPEST DEBT TO GERM... ...IO 140 173 198 2l8 247 THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY CHAPTER I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY The Germans are the most obedient people on the face of the... ... one, is opposed DEEPESTDEBTTOGERMANDOCILITY 251 to our ideal of life. As educationists, we believe in the type of education which Germany has ideali...

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The Graves of Academe

By: Richard Mitchell

...g they call ``education.'' No one knows exactly what that is, and even among educationists there is some mild contention as to whether there actually ... ...e world. Thus it is the business of the schools, and the special task of the educationists who produce teachers, to generate both supply and demand, s... ..., the laws and regulations of the public schools, which have been devised by educationists in the teachers' colleges, provide an effective equivalent.... ...ed, the latter proceed from the former. If, as a result of the labors of our educationists, we were obviously clear−sighted and thoughtful and thus ab... ...mised in our constitutional system, then we would know something about those educationists. If, on the other hand, we are blind and witless, then we w... ...but to suggest that there are forms of rationality and prudence specifically germane to ``intercultural relations'' is fatuous. To suggest further tha... ... institutions without any tiresome concern for facts and dates, a teacher of German actually has to know the prepositions that take the dative. Furthe... ...y has provided that few college graduates can even speak English, never mind German or French, and when businesses find that their memo writers can't ... ...ns'' between employer and employee, the sort of thing thought useful in East Germany, too. And it is perfectly clear, from Cardinal Principles itself ...

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Elisabeth Blochmann

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... as of philosophy, and a pioneer in and researcher of women's education in Germany. Contents ... ...tor Dr. Heinrich Blochmann and his wife Anna née Sachs into an assimilated German-Jewish upper-middle-class family, Elisabeth grew up in the then Gran... ...ckground, and fled via the Netherlands to England. Unlike almost all other German émigrés, she was able to secure an eventually permanent position at ... ...n its beginning, i.e. in the first institutions, such as girls schools, in Germany. Blochmann and Martin Heidegger ... ...1972 deaths People from Apolda German Jews German educationists ... ...from Apolda German Jews German educationists English people of German-Jewish descent...

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The Nemesis of Docility, A Study of German Character

By: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936

...lished by CONSTABLE & CO. LTD., LONDON THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY A STUDY OF GERMAN CHARACTER BY EDMOND HOLMES " Your enemy becomes a mystery that must ... ....%;|fv Portions of a paper on " Ideals of Life and Education, English and German," which appeared in the October number of the Nineteenth Century and... ...y a spark is needed to set them ablaze. CONTENTS CHAP. I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY II A DOCILE ARMY . III A DOCILE PEOPLE IV THE DREAM OF A DO... ...LITY VI BRUTALIZED BY DOCILITY VII BETRAYED BY DOCILITY VIII THE MENACE OF GERMAN DOCILITY IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . X OUR DEEPEST DEBT TO GERM... ...IO 140 173 198 2l8 247 THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY CHAPTER I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY The Germans are the most obedient people on the face of the... ... one, is opposed DEEPESTDEBTTOGERMANDOCILITY 251 to our ideal of life. As educationists, we believe in the type of education which Germany has ideali...

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The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature, May-October 1916 : Volume 47

...he Fihst F. McKelvey Bell AA\ Canso and Hazel Hill Lacey Amy 225 Censor in Germany, The Prof. F. V. Reilhdorf 238 Cheechas of Serbia, The Paul Fortier... ... Romance of Old Fort Howe, A H. A. Cody 373 Ruhleben, A Civilian Prison in Germany A. J. Flint 235 Saving Sense of Humour, The Esfelle M. Kerr 191 Sei... ...e falling. I think some of our boys are firing at them, mistaking them for Germans. . . . Here's our colonel coming along the trench." The colonel vra... ...n vain. Intrepid little BiD Teake, who was going to surrender to the first German whom he met, stood on the banquette, his jaw thrust forward de- term... ... followers back to the front trench. "It's aU a mistake," he shouted. "The Germans did not advance. The order to retire was a false one. One regiment ... ...competitive examinations for the public services. No doubt there are sound educationists who will challenge the wnsdom of this course, but it is signi...

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Christian Weise

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...und Gleichviel, Orontes, Catharinus Civilis and Tarquinius Eatullus, was a German writer, dramatist, poet, pedagogue and librarian of the Baroque era.... ...ocial criticism and idiomatic style. In the 1670s he started a fashion for German "political novels". He has also been credited with the invention of ... ... Haupt-Verderber in Teutschland (1671).[1] These created a fashion for the German "political novel" which lasted into the next decade, in particular i... ...he works to be of practical educational benefit. As well as continuing the German school drama tradition, he continued the tradition of Protestant bib... ...common people. By the end of the century he introduced German as the school's language of instruction. In 1708 he gave up his posi... ... poets German satirists German educationists German librarians ... ... poets German satirists German educationists German librarians ...

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The Nemesis of Docility, A Study of German Character

By: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936

...hed by CONSTABLE & CO. LTD., LONDON Pn THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY A STUDT OF GERMAN CHARACTER BY EDMOND HOLMES " Your enemy becomes a mystery that must ... .... 1916 Portions of a paper on " Ideals of Life and Education, English and German," which appeared in the October number of the Nineteenth Century and... ...park is needed to set them ablaze. CONTENTS CHAP. PAGE I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . I II A DOCILE ARMY...... 32 III A DOCILE PEOPLE ..... 5... ... BY DOCILITY .... 140 VII BETRAYED BY DOCILITY .... 173 VIII THE MENACE OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEP... ...ITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEPEST DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . 247 THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY CHAPTER I THE GENESIS OF G... ... one, is opposed DEEPESTDEBTTOGERMANDOCILITY 251 to our ideal of life. As educationists, we believe in the type of education which Germany has ideali...

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The American Journal of Sociology : Volume 29

... History of the Newspaper - - - 273 Ross, Frank Alsworth. The Passing of the German Middle Class - 529 Sapir, E. Culture, Genuine and Spurious -------... ...- 83 . Ibid. VIII. Approaches to Objective Economic and Political Science in Germany: Cameralism - - - - - - - -158 . Ibid. IX. The Period of Retarded... ...eralism - - - - - - - -158 . Ibid. IX. The Period of Retarded Development in German Social Science ------------ 166 . Ibid. X. The Transition to Syste... ...------------ 166 . Ibid. X. The Transition to Systematic Pohtical Economy in Germany ------------- 305 . Ibid. XL Attempt to Reconstruct ClassicalEcon... ...Psychology ----------455 . Ibid. XIII. Reappearance of the Ethical Factor in German Economic Theory ----------- 479 . Ibid.. XIV. Later Phases of the ... ...vities are organs of re-organization and re-adjustment. He goes on to indict educationists on the ground that their aim has been too often mere traini...

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Brenda Rawnsley

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...mbs (V1s) and rockets (V2s). In June 1945 she was dispatched on an intelligence mission to the German flying bomb factory in the Harz Mountains, and s... ... 1916 births 2007 deaths British educationists British librarians ...

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Punjab's Eminent Hindus, Being Biographical and Analytical Sketches of Twenty Hindu Ministers, Judges, Politicians, Educationists & Legislators of the Punjab by Some Well-Known Writers of This Province

By: Sen, N. B., Editor

...al and Analytical Sketches of Twenty Hindu Ministers, Judges. Politicians. Educationists and Legislators of the Punjab by some well-known Writers of t... ... that Har Dayal and Bhai Parmanand knew a year before the war started that Germany and England were going to war and for that both of them had con- sp... ...e neutral country Sweden where he wrote his small b-.ok, " Forty months in Germany." In it he criticised the aul ways .if Germany and praisi-d the spi... ...s in the Swedish itself. (Besides this he could speak and write in French, German, Turkish, Sanskrit, Persian and Pali. In his later life he said he h... ...ed to degrade Hindus to convert them to Chris- tianity). After this when i Germany and took his abode in Sweden love of Hindutva was still there as hi... ...sophy and Law, as also in some foreign languages of which he knows French, German and Italian. He has been continuously a member of the provincial leg...

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The American Journal of Sociology : Volume 22

...es and Towns of Washington ------------- 352 MAURER, HEINRICH H. The Earlier German Nationalism in America 519 PARKER, ARTHUR C. The Social Elements o... ...logy. E. C. Hayes - 404 KRUGER, FRITZ-KONRAD. Government and Politics of the German Empire. Ferdinand Schevill - - - - -no LEWIS, NELSON P. The Planni... ... History of the Working Classes in France. . F. Clark - - - 558 . Slavery in Germanic Society during the Middle Ages. /. Dowd 853 WILLIAMS, HATTIE PLU... ...iddle Ages. /. Dowd 853 WILLIAMS, HATTIE PLUM. A Social Study of the Russian German. H. A. Miller 848 WOLFE, ALBERT BENEDICT. Readings in Social Probl... ...For example, the Jesuit priests hold special meetings to laud maternity. The German Kaiser announces that he will now be godfather to seventh, eighth,... ... Professor Ellwood's sug- gestion and ask what sociologists have done to aid educationists in broadening the foundations of educational science by con...

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International Moral Education Congress

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...ngress met every four years in various cities. The official languages were German, English, and French.[3] C... ...ed States, schemes of moral instruction were elaborated in many places. In Germany, the Reading Books for Elementary Schools contained abundance of et... ...ral instruction should form an important part of every school curriculum". Educationists generally laid increasing emphasis on the moral factor in edu... ...cation Bureau at the Hague, and decided to form a permanent association of educationists of the world, based on the 29 national committees already exi... ...ngress met every four years in various cities. The official languages were German, English, and French.[3] C... ...ed States, schemes of moral instruction were elaborated in many places. In Germany, the Reading Books for Elementary Schools contained abundance of et... ...ral instruction should form an important part of every school curriculum". Educationists generally laid increasing emphasis on the moral factor in edu... ...cation Bureau at the Hague, and decided to form a permanent association of educationists of the world, based on the 29 national committees already exi...

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German Higher Schools

By: James E. Russell

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: GERMAN HIGHER SCHOOLS Author: JAMES E. RUSSELL Language: English Subject: ... ...... ...EE SCHOOLS THE HISTORY, ORGANIZATION AND METHODS or SECONDARY EDUCATION IN GERMANY BT JAMBS E. EUSSBLL, PH.T). MAW Of XKIOEBBS C01LB6B, OOLUMBU UHIVmS... ...me, in presenting to the reading public a book on the secondary schools of Germany. For many years American educators have drawn professional inspirat... ...For many years American educators have drawn professional inspiration from German sources, and more recently it has become apparent that German ideas ... ...he personal factor. Without the acquaintance and assistance of many German educationists it would have remained impossible for me to interpret the mas... ...the loyal sup- 42 GERMAN HIGHER SCHOOLS port of many capable teachers and educationists. Melanch- thon's students have already been mentioned as his ... ...lution of one of the most important pedagogical problems before the German educationists of the present time. GENERAL REPBBENCES : Wiese-Kiibler, Gese... ...leasure. In the meantime she is incurring the enmity of some well- meaning educationists, who would hold steadfastly to tho highest pedagogical ideas ...

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Federal Magazine and the All-Red Mail : Vol. 114

...rs of wealth, whether for themselves or for the community. He submitted that educationists were concerned mainly with the production of better citizen... ...mentioned that he was told a few years before the War, by a very intelligent German student of natural science, that the Cavendish Laboratories at Cam... ... Cambridge seemed to him to be better organised than anything he had seen in German universities, and if Mr. Holman visited the Cavendish Laboratories... ...ives and other subjects which were necessary for the purpose of teaching the Germans that freedom and justice prevailed over machinery and despotism. ... ...eated the people. France was a " Patrie." and, in spite of a sprink- ling of German, Scandinavian, Roman, Greek and Arab, the pure blood of the Gauls ... ...t of the nineteenth century. Some of those present would remember the Franco-German war of 1870, when the feeling was expressed at the time that Franc...

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Adolph Douai

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...1888). Karl Daniel Adolph Douai (1819 - 1888), known to his peers as "Adolph," was a German Texan teacher as well... ... to emigrate and did so. Douai came to the United States and made his new home in the country's new state of Texas in the German colony of New Braunfe... ...te tutor, also teaching at a New England institute for the blind in South Boston.[1] While in Boston, Douai established a German workingmen's club whi... ...English-language translator of Das Kapital, the magnum opus of Karl Marx first published in 1867.[4] In January 1878, the German-language socialist da... ...1; pp. 276-277; 282-283. Works A Practical and Complete German Grammar. Boston, MA: ... ...s of the Socialist Labor Party of America American newspaper editors American educationists ...

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The German Enigma

By: Bourdon, Georges, 1868-1938; Marshall, Beatrice

...E GERMAN ENIGMA by GEORGES BOURDON THE GERMAN ENIGMA £THE GERMAN ENIGMA BEING AN INQUIRY AMONG GERMANS AS TO WHAT... ...914 INTRODUCTION By Charles Sarolea The present investigation into Franco-German relations conducted on behalf of the Figaro, is the work of one of t... ...ontemporary France. The whole question of the relations between France and Germany is lifted to a higher plane. We hear no more of the humiliation of ... ... book, it is also a brave deed. Too long has it been the fashion v vi THE GERMAN ENIGMA for French publicists to entrench themselves behind Gambetta'... ...rier of fear and distrust. He has taken the first step. He has gone to the Germans in a spirit of frankness and conciliation. He has tried to get at t... ...w, with us defect. How can we fail to be impressed by the efforts of these educationists, who apply themselves by such careful methods to awaken in a ...

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The American Journal of Education

By: Henry Barnard

...a­ tiedel and nnmilmatics. His _11 haye heen traulated into the French 'aDd German language. Besidee the :MiniIt.erI of Publio 1n8truction, lIOIDe o... ...books, and the.examination of the beet achool-booka ef England, France, and Germany, and either traulatiDg them, or compiling IIooka for the ue of a... ...titution which tends to promote in- Itruction throughout the country. . The German Protestant Deacone8Be8 Institution has established echool. at Smy... ...s Institution is supported by the Queen dowager of Prussia, and consists of German, and a few English ladies. There are also some schools trom which... ...nstruction lasts 4 years, and embraces the following sub­ jcoC'ts: n·ligion, German, Frem'b, geometry, arithmetic, gllneral history, history of Switz... .... Jacob Molyer followed, better known as Micytlus, and one of the most able educationists of the 16th century. ile remained untn 1582 under the same...

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James Pierrepont Greaves

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...an prior to marriage". He was a follower of Jacob Boehme and influenced by German transcendentalism. He was also influenced by Thomas Taylor, William ... ...s VIAF not on Wikidata English educationists Mystics English s... ...an prior to marriage". He was a follower of Jacob Boehme and influenced by German transcendentalism. He was also influenced by Thomas Taylor, William ... ...s VIAF not on Wikidata English educationists Mystics English s...

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Canadian Readers, Based on the Series Prepared by J. M. D. Meiklejohn and Edited by Canadian Educationists for Use in the Schools of Canada : Vol. 4

...Some of his most important productions were the result of his close study of German literature, which he was the first to make familiar to English rea... ...ions of that locality. His first literary efforts were translations from the German, but his first work of importance was his " Border Minstrelsy," a ...

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The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature, November 1914-April 1915 : Volume 44

...da was interested. In 1897. at the instance of Sir "Wil- frid Laurier, the German and Bel- gian treaties were denounced and any British colonies may n... ...left me to the lure of night. rriTT^rT^V 54 So 3 THE CANTADIAN MAGAZINE GERMANY VERSUS BRITAIN IN THE FAR EAST BY JOHN STUART THOMSON AUTHOR OF "CH... ...r America's foreign commerce, has for decades looked upon the autocra- tic German Kaiser, not as the guard- ian of unselfish peace, but as the pro- vo... ...uropean dis- cord and over-armament. In his am- bition to at once push Pan-German- ism as far as the Mediterranean and Suez, he has for years kept 2,0... ... ism as far as the Mediterranean and Suez, he has for years kept 2,000,000 German soldiers practically on a Mo- bilized war-footing, and urged or per-... ... College (1853-1865). The careers and accomplishments of these three early educationists in Ontario make ma- terial for valuable and interesting histo...

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Ted Wragg

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... College, Durham University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in German, awarded with first class honours. He taught at Queen Elizabeth Gram... ...th Grammar School, Wakefield from 1960 to 1964 when he moved to be Head of German at Wyggeston Boys' School in Leicester. In 1966 he went to the Unive... ...938 births 2005 deaths English educationists People educated at King Edward VII Scho...

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Nemesis of Docility: A Study of German Character

By: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936

...11 ! OF DOCILITY A STUDY OF GERMAN CHARACTER EDMOND HOLMES lii ili III 'i lliiHill i THE NEMESIS... ...HOLMES lii ili III 'i lliiHill i THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY A STUDT OF GERMAN CHARACTER BY EDMOND HOLMES " Your enemy becomes a mystery that must ... ... needed to set them ablaze. 360622 CONTENTS CHAP. PAGE I THE GENESIS OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . I II A DOCILE ARMY...... 32 III A DOCILE PEOPLE ..... 5... ...BY DOCILITY .... 140 VII BETRAYED BY DOCILITY . . . 173 VIII THE MENACE OF GERMAN DOCILITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEP... ...ITY . . 198 IX OUR DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . . . 2l8 X OUR DEEPEST DEBT TO GERMAN DOCILITY . 247 vii THE NEMESIS OF DOCILITY CHAPTER I THE GENESIS ... ... one, is opposed DEEPESTDEBTTOGERMANDOCILITY 251 to our ideal of life. As educationists, we believe in the type of education which Germany has ideali...

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The Commonwealth and Empire Review : Volume 19

... led to discuss rather heatedly the respective strength of the British and German navies and the steps taken by both countries to make their navies ef... ...n home. As I have so often said,.! do not in the least believe either that Germany wants war with us or that we want war with Germany, but I quite see... ...y wants war with us or that we want war with Germany, but I quite see that Germany intends to have a navy, and, so far as I can judge, nothing that we... ... can judge, nothing that we can do can prevent her having that navy if the German people are willing to pay for it, Nor do I share the The General El... ... I share the The General Election and Foreign Opinion 13 opinion that the German navy is necessarily being constructed for the ostensible purpose of ... ...cation, from which fact it naturally follows that the lawyers, physicians, educationists, engineers, bankers, and merchants are in the vast majority n...

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Charles-Michel de l'Épée

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...ng the signs of the ASL alphabet. Some deaf schools in Germany and England that were contemporaries of the Abbé de l'Épée's Paris ... ... manualism debate still rages to this day. Oralism is sometimes called the German method, and manualism the French method in reference to those times.... ... German ... ... (List) German (List) ... ... priests Deaf educators French educationists Roman Catholic activists ... ...ng the signs of the ASL alphabet. Some deaf schools in Germany and England that were contemporaries of the Abbé de l'Épée's Paris ... ... priests Deaf educators French educationists Roman Catholic activists ...

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German and English Education : A Comparative Study

By: Frans de Hovre

...ature Collection World Public Library.org ENGLISH EDUCATION Title: GERMAN AND ENGLISH EDUCATION Author: FR. DE HOVRE Language: English Subjec... ...... ...er aspects-Object of this study and its method IS II. THE SOUL OF MODERN GERMANY KultuI' as the real soul of Germany-The genesis of the Kultur ide... ...-Kultur and culture- What is right and what is wrong with KultuI' 23 III. GERMAN EDUCATION Interdependence between German Kultur and German educati... ...tween German Kultur and German education-The first fundamental principle: German education is based on the national principle-The in- . fiuence of ... ...ts bearing on their system is not touched up on in the writings of German educationists. But in education-just as in matters juridical and political... ... (culture and education), and a considerable number of weIl-known· German educationists have even laid down the view that" Bildung " (culture) rests... ...ions, it nevertheless remains a fact that the views of those writers and educationists have finally prevailed and materialised, who considered the ... ...t may be interesting to mention the definition of one of the best English educationists of .. ENGLISH EDUCATION 79 the last century. II Education...

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The American Journal of Education

By: Henry Barnard

...merican colleges are, as a system, to be preferred either to the English or German universities, provided they be made in fact what they are in name... ...er justly to estimate the absolute and relative excellence and value of the German universities, and their systems, as compared with our Amcrican co... ... ,. '" :<C ,~ .i'- ';2 " :4 ~ ., · I S \ ~ ~ ! k ~ ; THB GERMAN UNIVERSmX8. 53 Jena in 1765 and 1778, at Kiel in 1774, at Ootting... ...iod of the dominion, and indeed tyranny, of the Land,­ mannsclta/ten, in the German universities, dating from the sixteenth century, there arose agai... ...ee .. wid ... tba h .. ven. between a cMMlw of the tlmo of Louis XIV. and a German RIUw'1f tba time of Uobo".ta,,(en; ... d .. much between a dueill... ...9,) have not fallen beneath it in excel­ lence. Through this periodical, the educationists of the Rhine prov­ inces were afforded a good opportunity f...

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Martina Bergman-Österberg

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...r Henrik Ling.[4] Her gymnastics studies also took her to England, France, Germany and Switzerland.[1] She graduated in 1881, and later that year move... ...taught to boys in public schools, while private institutions taught either German-style gymnastics, which emphasised apparatus-based and rhythmic exer... ...ysical training courses for men in England, who generally had to travel to Germany, Denmark or Sweden to gain formal qualifications.[18] ... ... Aldrich, Richard; Gordon, Peter (1989). Dictionary of British Educationists. Routledge. ISBN .  ... ...ity Creators of sports English educationists English feminists ... ...r Henrik Ling.[4] Her gymnastics studies also took her to England, France, Germany and Switzerland.[1] She graduated in 1881, and later that year move... ...taught to boys in public schools, while private institutions taught either German-style gymnastics, which emphasised apparatus-based and rhythmic exer... ... Aldrich, Richard; Gordon, Peter (1989). Dictionary of British Educationists. Routledge. ISBN .  ... ...ity Creators of sports English educationists English feminists ...

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Philosophy of education

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History of the Indian National Congress

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...ffar Khan, Islamic civilization for inspiration. They believed, along with educationists like Zakir Husain and E W Aryanayakam, that education should ... ... Reynolds, Beware of Africans). Zakir Husain was inspired by some European educationists and was able, with Gandhi's support, to dovetail this approac... ...t Hindu–German Conspiracy ...

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Mechitarists

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...talks English. The youths learn Latin, all of them, and some Greek – also German and French some – and all Italian – English will now be taught. ::T... ...d Paradise Lost into Armenian (1824). To Aucher also we are indebted for a German translation of the "Armenian Missal" (Tübingen, 1845) and "Dom Johan... ...umerous congregations of the Benedictine order. Missionaries, writers and educationists, devoted to the service of their Armenian brethren wherever t...

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E. D. Hirsch, Jr.

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...ida 's deconstruction. In his hermeneutic work, Hirsch drew extensively on German philosophy, especially the ideas of Schleiermacher, Dilthey, and ... ... continuously in print for more than 40 years and has been translated into German, Italian, Hungarian and Serbo-Croatian. Composition In the late... ...nopinion/9973999/Sorry-NUT-Goves-history-reforms-are-no-pub-quiz.html Some educationists have been strongly opposed to the core-knowledge approach.htt...

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Alternative school

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...ree Speech Movement German student movement ... ...s 3 Canada 4 Germany 5 South Korea 6 ... ...ary school setting are known as alternate schools.[12] Germany Germany has over 200 private schools in Germany ... ...'s education through alternate schools.[14] In the early twentieth century educationists create models of alternative schools as a response to the dra... ... Germany ...

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Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

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Hermann Ebbinghaus

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... Try slightly modifying the date in the first parameter. Halle, German Empire Citizenship ... ... Citizenship German Fields ... ... the University of Berlin, he founded the 3rd psychological testing lab in Germany (3rd to Wilhelm Wundt and G.E. Muller).[2] He began his memory stud... ... Categories Articles containing German-language text WorldHeritage articles with VIAF... ... People from the Rhine Province German Protestants German educationists ... ...ince German Protestants German educationists German psychologists ...

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Hafizabad

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...He is the only player from the district of Hafizabad who got training from German coach Mr Hoggler in a camp which was organised by Pakistan Football ... ...turion which is a great milestone in the field of education. Among all the educationists Maj(r)Hasan Raza Awan has worked tremendously to raise the st... ...He is the only player from the district of Hafizabad who got training from German coach Mr Hoggler in a camp which was organised by Pakistan Football ... ...turion which is a great milestone in the field of education. Among all the educationists Maj(r)Hasan Raza Awan has worked tremendously to raise the st...

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Hazaribagh

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...ing the early years of World War II an internment camp ("parole camp") for German civilians was in the town. In June 1942 it housed 36 women, 5 men an... ...ucation The cool climate and the quiet environment of Hazaribagh attracted educationists to set up institutions in the town. The Dublin Mission has a ...

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W. S. Karunaratne

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...nd English equally besides his fluency in classical languages of Pali, Sanskrit and Latin. He read in Hindi, French, German and Burmese. He was a visi... ...nanda College Alumni of the University of Ceylon (Peradeniya) Sri Lankan educationists ...

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Nicolae Constantin Batzaria

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...ga.[6] At that stage, Batzaria, with Tulliu, Nicolae Papahagi and Pericle Papahagi, founded the Association of Educationists in Service to the Romania... ...st popular library for Aromanian- and Romanian-speakers of Macedonian descent.[21] However, the Association of Educationists stated explicitly that it... ...he Aromanian intellectual proved himself an opponent of the new policies which linked the Ottoman realm to the German Empire, Bulgaria and the other C... ... tales from European folklore and Asian folktales: Indian (Savitri and Satyavan), Spanish (The Bird of Truth), German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Scan...

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

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...the highest civilian award in India.[web 3] 1954: German "Order pour le Merite for Arts and Science"[web 13] ... ...and Science"[web 13] 1961: the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade. 1962: Institution of Teacher's ... ... Honorary Members of the Order of Merit Indian educationists Indian Hindus Ind...

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John Dewey

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...reets of Peking to protest the decision of the Allies in Paris to cede the German held territories in Shandong province to Japan. Their demonstrations... ...berg How We Think (1910) German Philosophy and Politics (1915) Democracy an... ...ers American atheists American educationists American Federation of Teachers people ...

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Muhammad Iqbal

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...lled to the bar as a barrister from Lincoln's Inn. In 1907, Iqbal moved to Germany to study doctorate and earned Doctor of Philosophy degree from the ... ...ia.[11][18][19][20] During Iqbal's stay in Heidelberg, Germany in 1907 his German teacher Emma Wegenast taught him about Goethe's ... ...f the East) is closely connected to the West-östlicher Diwan by the famous German poet Goethe. Goethe bemoans the West having become too materialistic... ...ribed in a seminar as chief guest addressing to distinguished gathering of educationists and intellectuals,that Iqbal is not a poet of the East only, ... ... Name plate of a street Iqbal-Ufer, Heidelberg, Germany, honoured in the name of Iqbal.[53] ... ...lled to the bar as a barrister from Lincoln's Inn. In 1907, Iqbal moved to Germany to study doctorate and earned Doctor of Philosophy degree from the ... ...ribed in a seminar as chief guest addressing to distinguished gathering of educationists and intellectuals,that Iqbal is not a poet of the East only, ...

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Rudolf Steiner

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...eth century, he founded a spiritual movement, anthroposophy, with roots in German idealist philosophy and theosophy; other influences include Goethean... ...rs of the Theosophical Society, becoming the head of its newly constituted German section in 1902 without ever formally joining the society.[9][28] It... ...nted by Annie Besant to be leader of the Theosophical Esoteric Society for Germany and Austria. In contrast to mainstream Theosoph... ...ased on the philosophical and mystical traditions of European culture. The German Section of the Theosophical Society grew rapidly under Steiner's lea... ...ormal split in 1912/13,[9] when Steiner and the majority of members of the German section of the Theosophical Society broke off to form a new group, t... ...people Austrian choreographers Educationists Esoteric Christianity ...

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C. Northcote Parkinson

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...th at the British Council Hall, Singapore, showing scenes ranging from the German surrender to the opening of the Festival of Britain by the late King... ...eice, the then President of the Singapore City Council, as well as leading educationists of the time, thought the suggestion "an excellent, first-clas...

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Oxford University Press

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...na and Russia, then came south to India and spent most of the year meeting educationists and officials all over India. In 1912, he arrived again in Bo... ...s academic background) and a desire to promote "national music outside the German mainstream."[76] In consequence, Foss actively p...

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Alexander Graham Bell

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... machine and after he obtained a copy of von Kempelen's book, published in German, and had laboriously translated it, he and his older brother Melvill... ...rote back indicating that the experiments were similar to existing work in Germany, and also lent Bell a copy of Hermann von Helmholtz's work, The Sen... ... sounds by means of a similar tuning fork "contraption", he pored over the German scientist's book. Working from his own erroneous mistranslation of a... ...e of electricity. It was a valuable blunder ... If I had been able to read German in those days, I might never have commenced my experiments!"[34][35]... ... American business pioneers American educationists American eugenicists ... ... Germany ...

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