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Re: Question 64

Post by Auceps » 19 Apr 2010 20:00

Ok, last hint. When you see the list of famous bearbeiters of German army, whom you usually automatically want to see the last? For example: Theodor Grawert, Oskar Hackenberger, Hermann Schmidt, ... ? :milwink:

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Re: Question 64

Post by Auceps » 03 Jun 2010 14:01

Ok, the answer is Friedrich Deisenroth, famous bearbeiter and composer of Meinerzhagener Schützenmarsch (I've posted the coats of arms of this town).

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Re: Question 64

Post by DerSchellackOffizier » 11 Jan 2011 12:34

This is fun!! : ))

..well, now that Auceps gave the answer himself ...Who's next ????? (I'm waiting for another question...!?)

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Question 65

Post by Dutto1 » 09 Oct 2011 20:23

What is the real name of the Weimar era vocalist who went by the name on some songs as Leo Moll ??

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Re: Question 65

Post by Dutto1 » 21 Nov 2011 16:15

Anyone ?

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Re: Question 65

Post by Ivan Ž. » 21 Nov 2011 16:31

Leo Monosson.

(I pass on my turn)

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Re: Question 65

Post by Dutto1 » 21 Nov 2011 23:26

Thanks Ivan correct answer !

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Question 66

Post by Ivan Ž. » 14 Jul 2013 13:45

OK, here's one: in the intro of Kormann's march "Unser NSKK", in the background can be heard a popular folk tune. What is the name of that song? [hear the sample here]

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Re: Question 66

Post by In Treue fest » 31 Dec 2013 23:26

»Ach wie ist's möglich dann«

I also pass on my turn.

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Re: Question 66

Post by Ivan Ž. » 01 Jan 2014 14:05

Needless to say, correct :)

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Question 67

Post by Oberleutnant von Bostell » 28 Sep 2014 21:37

Can I play? I see this thread has not been active for a while but I enjoyed reading the older posts so I though I would post one of my own.
If so here is my question: What was the name of the first regional radio station set up in Germany 3 years after the Grossdeutscher Rundfunk was set up in 1920?

P.S. I assume the quiz is run on an honor system of not looking up the answer on google lol!
"To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize" -Voltaire

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Re: Question 67

Post by Ivan Ž. » 01 Oct 2014 09:00

Oberleutnant von Bostell wrote:Can I play? I see this thread has not been active for a while but I enjoyed reading the older posts so I though I would post one of my own.
If so here is my question: What was the name of the first regional radio station set up in Germany 3 years after the Grossdeutscher Rundfunk was set up in 1920?
AGAIN - do not use this forum for the spreading of disinformations. This is your second warning. There was no "Grossdeutscher Rundfunk" (nor "Grossdeutsche" anything) in 1920; it's a short-lived term from 1939-1945. And the radio in Germany exists since 1923, not 1920. Please do some research before posting on this forum, or elsewhere. This applies to everyone.

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Re: Question 67

Post by Oberleutnant von Bostell » 01 Oct 2014 23:35

I got that information from tomahawk history blog. I did not purposely try to spread misinformation.

P.S. Can you tell me when you gave me my FIRST warning. Thank you.
"To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize" -Voltaire

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Re: Question 67

Post by Ivan Ž. » 02 Oct 2014 01:07

Oberleutnant von Bostell wrote:I got that information from tomahawk history blog.

Tomahawk blog is basically a product of its producer's imagination. It is absolutely ridiculous and has nothing to do with history nor reality. It is a great example of something in psychiatry known as pathological lying. No one needs to read nor to believe any of the warnings I write about the harmful works of such individuals; but everyone can do a simple Google search and realize that the "exclusive" informations such people offer can be only found on their own pages, copied directly from their own minds. And this is how a poet killed in WWI becomes one of the most active poets of WWII or how a deceased conductor becomes the main participant in a concert (just some of the Tomahawk pearls).
Oberleutnant von Bostell wrote:I did not purposely try to spread misinformation.

Purposely or not - you did. It doesn't make you a bad person if you did it by accident, but the negative effect on the reader remains the same. This is why I wrote "please do some research before posting". But - you have been warned about such a source (Tomahawk) - you've decided to ignore my detailed explanation - didn't bother to check my informations, but instead even decided to insult me - and then copied here more disinformations from the same source, also without checking them first. So nothing really can be considered accidental there, I'm sorry. You are still welcome to participate here, but please watch what you're posting.
Oberleutnant von Bostell wrote:P.S. Can you tell me when you gave me my FIRST warning. Thank you.
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 8&start=15

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Question 68

Post by Ivan Ž. » 11 Jan 2015 22:16

Ok, here's a new one: who are these famous Wehrmacht musicians? (two from Luftwaffe and three from Heer)

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[/size]Source: "Musikmeister Ahlers", Joachim Toeche-Mittler

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