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Heidenau

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Dresden District, on the Elbe. Population, 21,400 (1973). Heidenau produces printing equipment and other types of machinery. It also has a pulp and paper industry and a furniture industry.

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A&A was founded in 1992 and is located in Heidenau near Hamburg, Germany.
Earlier this year, the Dresden facility in Heidenau, Germany, was recognized for service excellence, consistent high quality, and longterm cooperation by Russia's largest wall cover producer, KOF Palitra.
In late August, 2015, she commented on anti-migrant protests in the Saxony city of Heidenau in the following way: "it is shameful how citizens, even families with children, support this turmoil by following along." In a similar context, she said: "it is revolting, how right-wing extremists and Neonazis try to spread messages of hate," and "there is no tolerance for people who question the human dignity of others." With the latter statement, she is making a reference to the first paragraph of the German basic law (Grundgesetz), which protects the inviolability of human dignity.
Within several weeks Father Symchych was on the continent, visiting not only the bases in Holland, Belgium, France, and Germany, but also spending time in the various DP camps with sizeable Ukrainian populations such as Hanover and Heidenau (near Hamburg).
Last month, dozens of police were injured when more than a hundred right-wing extremists attacked a refugee home in Heidenau, south of Dresden.
NNA - German authorities canceled Friday a party to welcome refugees in the town of Heidenau, recently the scene of violent far-right protests, saying the public's safety could not be guaranteed due to a shortage of police.
Une situation qui a pousse le gouvernement allemand a interdire jusqu'a lundi les rassemblements publics, notamment dans la ville de Heidenau, theatre de heurts entre policiers allemands et manifestants d'extreme droite protestant contre l'installation d'un centre de refugies, empechant ainsi la tenue d'une manifestation pro-migrants.
This took place while Merkel was in Heidenau, an eastern German town where anti-refugee protesters clashed with police on the weekend.
The German Chancellor had travelled to Heidenau, a small town near Germany's eastern border with the Czech Republic, to express support for refugees following neo-Nazi riots at the site over the weekend.
Merkel, who on Wednesday heads to the eastern town of Heidenau where anti-refugee protests turned violent at the weekend, is also facing criticism for her handling of the problems caused by a wave of asylum seekers arriving in Germany.
Merkel is to travel to Heidenau, near Dresden, where she is to meet
In "Seventh Eclogue," perhaps Radnoti's most famous poem, his speaker invokes the reality of the labor camp at Heidenau in July 1944 with its degradation, physical pain, and hunger from which sleep can still liberate the prisoner: "only thus may the fantasy free itself:/ dream the redeemer dissolves the wreck of the body,/ and off they go homeward, the whole campful of prisoners" Writing in the dark, since "the guards took away everything," flashlight and book, his speaker tells, "I feel my way over the poem ...