Aussig


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Aussig:

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, Ger. Aussig, city (1991 pop. 100,002), NW Czech Republic, in Bohemia, on the Elbe and Bilina rivers and near the German border. It is a river port, railroad hub, and industrial center in a lignite-mining area.
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As a response to the rising anti-German feelings in the capital, the family move to a small town called Aussig which is about half the size of Swansea and which was a town inhabited by German-speaking folk then.
In Aussig, you always spoke, in Aussig on the Elbe, in flight.
1899) German setting was first performed in Usti nad Labem (Aussig), Czechoslovakia, in 1930 (see Gerd Rohmann and Jeff Phillips, "Carl Flick-Steger: An Opera Version of Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray: A Discovery by Jeff Phillips," Anglistik 10 [September 1999]: 129-31), and Hans Leger's Dorian was premiered in 1939 in Karlsruhe.
Pisendel's Dresden parts contain paper from the Aussig mill operated by Ferdinand Faber and his widow 1707-23.
In Aussig, sagtest du immer, in Aussig an der Elbe, auf der Flucht.