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Rathenau

Walther . 1867--1922, German industrialist and statesman: he organized the German war industries during World War I, became minister of reconstruction (1921) and of foreign affairs (1922), and was largely responsible for the treaty of Rapallo with Russia. His assassination by right-wing extremists caused a furore
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Rathenau had powerful enemies among the Potsdamers, the monarchists, and the new right.
The author has benefited from the recent upheavals in eastern Europe that turned up long-missing sources of great value for his research, such as the Rathenau papers and the records of the Oberreichsanwaltschaft located in Moscow.
Mir ist die tiefe Notwendigkeit in Rathenaus Tod immer klar gewesen, indessen der Landauers, der nicht "geredet" sondern "geschrien" hat, die Deutschen mit anderer Schwere bezichtigt.
The assassination of Foreign Minister Walter Rathenau on 24 June 1922, just hours after late-night deliberations with Hugo has all the makings of an important transition, but the stakes are not dearly enough highlighted, and the rise of right-wing insurgency, like the French invasion of the Ruhr or Hitler's Beerhall Putsch the following year, remains underdramatized.
The heads of these superfirm enterprises, such as Emil and Walther Rathenau of AEG, Stinnes, Charles Stone and Edwin Webster, and S.
Gerard went to Great Britain and Germany and returned to Amsterdam to help Emil Rathenau and German General Electric (AEG) negotiate with the city government.
At this time, Siemens & Halske found itself confronted by a powerful new competitor--the Edison Corporation of Germany--which had been founded by Emil Rathenau in 1883.
The Netherlands jubilee is an opportunity for the company to travel back in time, and recall a part of its long and eventful history that began at the peak of the Industrial Revolution with the creation of AEG by Emil Rathenau.
At the request of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Rathenau Institute, as an independent party, developed a framework for monitoring and evaluating applied research organizations: the Evaluation and Monitoring Framework Applied Research (Emto).
Einstein enjoyed the moral support of the German statesman Walther Rathenau and the financial support of Baron de Rothschild.
2) Others identify Suss with Weimar foreign minister Walther Rathenau, murdered by anti-Semites in 1922.
Le touriste qui passe par la station de metro Rathenauplatz, a Nuremberg, ne manque pas de noter deux grands portraits sur le mur, ceux de Theodor Herzl et de Walther Rathenau.