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  1. Alica Schmidt - Wikipedia

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    Alica Schmidt (born 8 November 1998) is a German runner. She was part of the national team that came second in the 4 × 400 metres relay event at the 2017 European Athletics U20 Championships, and third in the same discipline at the 2019 European ...

    • Fresenius University of Applied Sciences
    • 2017–present
    • 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
    • German
  2. German Figure Skating Championships - Wikipedia

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    Unofficial German Figure Skating Championships were held from 1887 to 1889 in Hamburg. The first official competition was held in Munich in 1891 in the men's category only. In its early years, Germany and the Austrian part of Austria-Hungary ...

  3. 2019 European Athletics U23 Championships – Women's 4 × 400 metres relay - Wikipedia

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    The women's 4 × 400 metres relay event at the 2019 European Athletics U23 Championships was held in Gävle, Sweden, at Gavlehov Stadium Park on 14 July. Results This page was last edited on 5 August 2019, at 22:04 (UTC). Text is available ...

  4. 2021 German federal election - Wikipedia

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    Federal elections were held in Germany on 26 September 2021 to elect the members of the 20th Bundestag. State elections in Berlin and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern were also held. Incumbent chancellor Angela Merkel, first elected in 2005, chose not to ...

  5. Social Democratic Party of Germany - Wikipedia

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    The Social Democratic Party of Germany (German: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, [zoˈtsi aːldemoˌkʁaːtɪʃə paʁˌtaɪ ˈdɔʏtʃlants]; SPD, German pronunciation: [ɛspeːˈdeː] ()) is a social democratic political party in Germany.It is one of the ...

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  7. Philipp Amthor - Wikipedia

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    • Education and Early Career
    • Political Career
    • Political Positions

    Amthor was born 1992 in Ueckermünde and grew up in Torgelow. He studied law at the University of Greifswald, on a scholarship of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS). Since 2017, he has been working as a research associate at the Berlin office of White & Case.

    Amthor joined the CDU in 2008. In the 2017 elections he became member of the Bundestag as the directly elected MP for the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte I – Vorpommern-Greifswald II constituency.He has since been serving on the Committee on Internal Affairs and the Committee on European Affairs. Since 2018, Amthor has been the treasurer of the Young Union (JU), making him part of the organization's leadership around chairman Tilman Kuban. Following the resignation of Vincent Kokert as chairman of the CDU in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Amthor announced his candidacy for the role.Amid growing criticism of his lobbying activities on behalf of a private company, he declared in June 2020 that he would not run for the party's leadership in the state anymore.

    Ahead of the Christian Democrats’ leadership election in 2018, Amthor publicly endorsed Jens Spahn to succeed Angela Merkel as the party's chair. He later endorsed Friedrich Merz as Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer's successor at the party's 2021 leadership election.

  8. Feminism in Germany - Wikipedia

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    • History
    • Feminism in Germany Since Unification
    • See Also
    • Further Reading

    Medieval period to Early Modern era

    Feminism in Germany has its earliest roots in the lives of women who challenged conventional gender roles as early as the Medieval period. From the early Medieval period and continuing through to the 18th century, Germanic law assigned women to a subordinate and dependent position relative to men. Salic (Frankish) law, from which the laws of the German lands would be based, placed women at a disadvantage with regard to property and inheritance rights. Germanic widows required a male guardian...

    Enlightenment and early 19th century

    Legal recognition of women's rights in Germany came more slowly than in some other countries, such as England, France,:406–7 the United States, or Canada. The equal rights of parents under German law did not arrive until the German Federal Republic in the 20th century; the German Civil Code introduced in 1900 had left the law unaltered in the matter, basing it precisely on the General state laws for the Prussian states of 1794. Property rights were also slow to change. During the late 19th ce...

    Wilhelmine Germany

    Germany's unification process after 1871 was heavily dominated by men and gave priority to the "Fatherland" theme and related male issues, such as military prowess. Nevertheless, women became much better organized themselves. Middle class women enrolled in the Bund Deutscher Frauenvereine, the Union of German Feminist Organizations (BDF). Founded in 1894, it grew to include 137 separate women's rights groups from 1907 until 1933, when the Nazi regimedisbanded the organization. The BDF gave na...

    By the early 21st century, issues of intersectionality between diverse social groups gained the attention of a larger number of feminists and other social reformers in Germany and beyond. After decades of pushing for greater legal recognition as full citizens, Gastarbeiter(guest workers) and their children (often born and raised in Germany) won some reforms at the national level in the late 1990s. During this time, women's rights groups had not, in general, made the guest worker issue a feminist cause. There were sporadic instances of women's rights groups voicing support for women guest workers' right to vote, and to have other women's rights included in the government's 1998 draft law for guest workers. Before 1997, the definition of rape in Germany was: "Whoever compels a woman to have extramarital intercourse with him, or with a third person, by force or the threat of present danger to life or limb, shall be punished by not less than two years’ imprisonment". In 1997 there were...

    Abrams, Lynn and Elizabeth Harvey, eds. Gender Relations in German History: Power, Agency, and Experience from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century(1997).
    Anthony, Katharine Susan. Feminism in Germany and Scandinavia (New York: 1915). online
    Evans, Richard J. The feminist movement in Germany, 1894-1933 (1976).
    Ferree, Myra Marx (1993). "The rise and fall of" mommy politics": Feminism and unification in (East) Germany". Feminist Studies. 19 (1): 89–115. doi:10.2307/3178354. JSTOR 3178354.
  9. Sky Deutschland - Wikipedia

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    • History
    • Channels
    • Bone Conduction Advertising Abuse

    The German Sky has its origin in the analogue premium channel Premiere. It was owned by Kirch Group, Bertelsmann, and Canal+, and started broadcasting in 1991. In 1996, Kirch Media launched a digital satellite platform called DF1, which offered several different channels, including premium movie and sports channels and basically, thematic channels. Premiere started broadcasting three digital channels in 1997, one channel mirroring the analogue channel and two showing the same content at different times. Premiere and DF1 merged to form Premiere World on 1 October 1999. Many of the channels offered on DF1 were carried over to Premiere World, others were rebranded or closed. In 2002, the service became known as simply Premiere. Many of the channels were rebranded and the package structure was overhauled at the same time. At the same time, KirchGroup filed for bankruptcy. In 2003, investment group Permirastepped in and took control of Premiere; two years later it launched an initial pub...

    The channels that make up the Sky package broadcast from the Astra 19.2°E satellite position, using the Astra 1H, Astra 1L, and Astra 1Msatellites. All channels are available in SD and separate HD channels. Between 2004 and 2016, they were uplinked by SES Platform Services (later MX1, now part of SES Video); channels are now uplinked by Sky Italia.SES Video (formerly MX1) provide backup transmission services.

    In mid 2013, the company considered using bone conductionvia train windows to broadcast ads to train riders.

  10. 2017 European Athletics U20 Championships - Wikipedia

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    The 2017 European Athletics U20 Championships were the 24th edition of the biennial European U20 athletics championships. They were held in Grosseto, Italy from 20 July to 23 July.[1]

  11. The Voice of Germany (season 10) - Wikipedia

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    The tenth season, also known as the anniversary season of the talent show The Voice of Germany premiered on October 8, 2020 on ProSieben and on October 11, 2020 on Sat.1. Mark Forster returned as coach for his fourth season and Rea Garvey ...

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