• Russia
  • In 1946, he, along with his wife and two children, was part of the more than two thousand German specialists forcibly (at gunpoint) brought to Russia under Operation Osoaviakhim. (wikipedia.org)
  • The German team was indirectly overseen by Sergei Korolev, the "chief designer" of the Russia rocket program. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fritz Karl Preikschat, who managed the high frequency lab under Gröttrup from 1946-1952 on Gorodomlya Island, was released in June 1952, made it to West Germany, and briefed the U.S. Air Force on the Russia rocket program. (wikipedia.org)
  • Robinson survived the German invasion of Russia, with Hitler's army arrested only 44 miles (71 km) from Moscow. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1992
  • Gérard Biguet (born 16 June 1946 in Jarny) is a retired French football referee, who refereed one match at the 1992 UEFA European Football Championship: CIS versus Germany. (wikipedia.org)
  • Soviet Union
  • Thomas Hässler struck at the death to earn a share of the points for world champions Germany in their opening EURO '92 game against a defensive side representing the former Soviet Union. (uefa.com)
  • West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev signed an agreement here Tuesday calling on the United States and the Soviet Union to seek a 50% reduction in strategic nuclear missiles. (latimes.com)
  • Prize
  • Participated in the international competitions and festivals: VI International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition (1980, First Prize and Golden Medal, Germany), J.S. Bach 300th Anniversary Festival (1984, Germany). (wikipedia.org)
  • Eduard Moiseevich Puterbrot (September 12, 1940, Makhachkala - November 15, 1993, Makhachkala) - a Dagestani artist, member of Artists' Union of USSR, laureate of Republic Prize of Dagestanian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic named after Gamzat Tsadasa for the paintings «Master» and «Village concert» as well as sketches of decorations to «Medea» by Euripides and «Chest of disasters» by Gamzat Tsadasa, Honoured Art Worker of Dagestanian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1945
  • Austria, United States Walter Curt Behrendt (16 December 1884 - 26 April 1945) was a German-American architect, an active advocate of German modernism, and expert on city planning and housing. (wikipedia.org)
  • goals
  • Gerd Müller had scored all the goals in a 4-1 win against them the previous month, and now three quarters of the crowd were German. (uefa.com)
  • Russian
  • The fortress was battle-tested in 1915 when Germany attacked the Russian Empire, and withstood eleven days of assault before capture. (wikipedia.org)
  • In USSR the Gundlach periscope was known as MK-4 (harking to the British designation, as Russian sources openly confirm that it was copied from samples acquired with British-supplied tanks) and implemented in all tanks (including the T-34 and T-70). (wikipedia.org)
  • One of the early leaders in Russian rocket engine development was Friedrich Zander, a German-born spaceflight enthusiast. (wikipedia.org)
  • Empire
  • An increasingly unified Germany troubled the Empire during the second half of the century. (wikipedia.org)
  • The expressed intention was to prepare these countries for self-government, but are often interpreted as a mere redistribution of control over the former colonies of the defeated powers, mainly the German Empire and the Ottoman Empire. (wikipedia.org)
  • country
  • Even after he had renounced Communism in the mid-1930s, Padmore continued until his death in 1959 to cite the trial of Robinson's assailants as evidence that the USSR was the only country that had effectively eradicated racial discrimination. (wikipedia.org)
  • United States Bruno Ahrends (Bruno Arons) (9 April 1878, Berlin, Germany - 24 July 1948, Cape Town, South Africa) was a German architect before Nazis forced him to flee the country. (wikipedia.org)
  • Writer
  • 26 May 1935, Kharkiv, USSR -) is a Soviet-trained architect and writer, he was among the first former Soviet architects-emigrees of the 1970s to register and open successful practice in the US. (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • In the USSR, the Gundlach periscope was known as MK-4 and implemented in all tanks (including the T-34 and T-70). (wikipedia.org)
  • Canada, Israel Alexander Baerwald, (1877-1930) was a German architect of Jewish origin, best known for his contribution to the early Erez Israel architecture. (wikipedia.org)
  • Year
  • For security reasons, German specialists were not allowed to work on important missile technologies after 1951, but they were kept in the USSR for a 1.5 year "cooling off" period so they could not give timely information to British Intelligence or American Intelligence. (wikipedia.org)
  • During the spring of 1902, German Impresario, Paula Kohn-Wöllner, approached Corette (and Fannie Smith) to join her Negro revue "Louisiana Amazon Guards", as two of the girls had departed after the first year of touring. (wikipedia.org)
  • NEWS
  • Eisenstein's project, dating from 1927, to film Marx's book Das Kapital was never realised, although in more recent years the German film director and author Alexander Kluge completed a lengthy homage to Eisenstein's unrealised film entitled News from Ideological Antiquity: Marx - Eisenstein - Das Kapital. (wikipedia.org)
  • member
  • It was agreed the USSR would be a member of the United Nations Security Council, with a veto, and Ukraine and Belorussia would be UN members, but not the other 12 Soviet republics. (wikipedia.org)
  • equipment
  • Then during the night on 22 October 1946, all German scientists and engineers - plus equipment - were unexpectedly and forcibly (at gunpoint) moved to the USSR by 92 trains as part of Operation Osoaviakhim. (wikipedia.org)
  • work
  • While commenting on his work on Lokayata, German indologist Walter Ruben called him a "thought-reformer", who was "conscious of his great responsibility towards his people living in a period of struggle for national awakening and of world-wide fighting for the forces of materialism, progress, humanism and peace against imperialism. (wikipedia.org)
  • reverse
  • Progress was greatly augmented by the reverse engineering of German technology captured by westward-moving troops during the final days of World War II and the immediate period following. (wikipedia.org)
  • English
  • Translated from German to English in 2004 by Martin Hollmann of "Scientists and Friends", Monterey, California. (wikipedia.org)