Ancestors In German Archives

Author: Raymond S. Wright
Editor: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 9780806318158
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Germany

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Adac Travel Guide Berlin Potsdam And Schloss Sanssouci

Author: Ulrike Krause
Editor: ADAC Verlag DE
ISBN: 9783899053005
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Novels Maps Modernity

Author: Eric Bulson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135921636
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This book examines how readers and novelists alike have used maps, guidebooks, and other geographical media to imagine and represent the space of the novel from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.

Berlin

Author: Ian Wallace
Editor: Abc-Clio Incorporated
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De Magazin Deutschland

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Creating The Unequal City

Author: Talja Blokland
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317158431
File Size: 71,32 MB
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Cities can be seen as geographical imaginaries: places have meanings attributed so that they are perceived, represented and interpreted in a particular way. We may therefore speak of cityness rather than 'the city': the city is always in the making. It cannot be grasped as a fixed structure in which people find their lives, and is never stable, through agents designing courses of interactions with geographical imaginations. This theoretical perspective on cities is currently reshaping the field of urban studies, requiring new forms of theory, comparisons and methods. Meanwhile, mainstream urban studies approaches neighbourhoods as fixed social-spatial units, producing effects on groups of residents. Yet they have not convincingly shown empirically that the neighbourhood is an entity generating effects, rather than being the statistical aggregate where effects can be measured. This book challenges this common understanding, and argues for an approach that sees neighbourhood effects as the outcome of processes of marginalisation and exclusion that find spatial expressions in the city elsewhere. It does so through a comparative study of an unusual kind: Sub-Saharan Africans, second generation Turkish and Lebanese girls, and alcohol and drug consumers, some of them homeless, arguably some of the most disadvantaged categories in the German capital, Berlin, in inner city neighbourhoods, and middle class families in owner-occupied housing. This book analyses urban inequalities through the lens of the city in the making, where neighbourhood comes to play a role, at some times, in some practices, and at some moments, but is not the point of departure.

The City As A Terminal

Author: Markus Hesse
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317038118
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The on-time delivery of goods is regarded as a primary factor of the urban economy and is being monitored by businesses and government alike. However, much analysis of freight transportation and the flow of goods into, out of and within urban areas focuses on functional, business-related approaches. This book examines the interrelationship between logistics development on one hand and urban development and geographical issues, such as land use and location, on the other. Avoiding certain one-dimensional views on 'logistics impacts on the city', it discloses the complex interaction of the logistics system with the entire urban environment. It also bridges the gap between recent geographical research into new production systems and (post)modern consumption patterns. Illustrated with case studies from the United States, Germany, France, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom, it examines issues such as: the historical nexus between urban areas and logistics; current urban developments with regards to goods distribution; city-region related characteristics of freight flows; locational dynamics; and specific freight related urban problems and conflicts.

Bibliographic Guide To Maps And Atlases

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Afrika

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Riba Annual Review Of Periodical Articles

Author: Royal Institute of British Architects
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The World Book Encyclopedia

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An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

The American Express Travel Guide

Author: Derek Blyth
Editor: Macmillan General Reference
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Describes points of interest in the three German cities, and recommends hotels and restaurants

Metro Maps Of The World

Author: Mark Ovenden
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Germany West Germany And Berlin

Author: Michelin Tyre Company
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Berlitz Berlin Germany

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Editor: Berlitz Publishing
ISBN: 9782831500249
File Size: 58,71 MB
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For business or pleasure travel, Berlitz guides will meet the needs of anyone going to Berlin. The exclusive "Blueprint for a Perfect Trip" is included as well as special sections on East Berlin and Potsdam.

Berlin Ghost Stations

Author: Christoph Links
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Berlin Berlin

Author: Mary Beth Stein
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Time Out Berlin

Author: Dave Rimmer
Editor: Time Out Guides
ISBN: 9780140289398
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No other European city is changing as quickly and completely as Berlin. The third edition of the "Time Out Berlin Guide" has been reshuffled, rewritten and revised by a team of resident experts, giving you an up-to-date overview of Germany's capital city.

Lonely Planet Berlin

Author: Andrea Schulte-Peevers
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ISBN: 9780864425607
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Presented with 20 pages of colour, the Lonely Planet guide to Berlin offers a multi-faceted view of this diverse and historical city. Authors Andrea and David Peevers take into consideration the social and political changes in recent years, to give readers a fuller portrait of the city. Tips on how to explore the city and where to shop are offered. Choices of accommodation are also considered, ranging from lakeside camping to grand historic hotels. A language section and transportation map also provides useful support material.