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Jugendstil:

see art nouveauart nouveau
, decorative-art movement centered in Western Europe. It began in the 1880s as a reaction against the historical emphasis of mid-19th-century art, but did not survive World War I.
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Jugendstil

A term meaning “youth style.” The German version of Art Nouveau; after the journal Die Jugend that publicized the style; it was associated with the Sezession movement in Vienna, Munich, and Dresden; chief proponents were Endell, Hoffman, Olbrich, and Wagner.

Jugendstil

 

a term used in art studies in reference to the German branch of art nouveau. It was derived from the name of the Munich-based journal Jugend (1896), which popularized the style.

Jugendstil

“Youth style”; the German version of Art Nouveau.
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Jugend Rettet published a photograph appearing to show the armed men pointing their weapons directly at the migrants and said "a variety of shots" were fired "and refugees were beaten".
Yet young Joseph the future Pope was an Anti Aircraft gunner and infantry soldier of the feared, fanatic and ferocious Hitler Jugend or Hitler Youth from 1943 to 1945 that gave snappy Hitler salutes and sang nasty Nazi hymns.
Mr Maule said: "This year's Kind & Jugend trade fair has been the most successful in the brand's long history.
The following chapters deal with Jugend (1976) (pp.
Although Kind he it und Jugend is specialized and not really appropriate for a general audience, a concise overview in the introduction would orient readers to continuities and diversities over time.
Jugend simply means "youth" in German, and in fact, the name of the style derives from the magazine Die Jugend, which was founded in Munich in 1896.
He was effortlessly - shamelessly - kaleidoscopic when he set out to make his art, gliding from sardonic posters like "Dialog mit der Jugend," to polymorphic installations in galleries (or as often in bars), to producing rock bands, to books, to sculptures, to his entertaining hotel stationery drawings, or those humble self-mocking ready-mades like "Alkoholfolter" ("alcohol torture").
Its name is Jufo, UFO but also an acronym: JUgend FOrum, youth forum.
So Spalding willingly traded a dagger, gun, Hitler Jugend knife and another sword from his archival collection.
In contrast, one of Schmidt's most successful poems, "strasse der jugend," stands out for its upbeat openness of evocation - "wir waren so kichernd miteinander die strasse der jugend/heraufgekommen" - that avoids what she elsewhere calls "druckreife ratsel" and allows for the coincidence of feeling and form.
More directly autobiographical works are Eine Kindheit (1922; A Childhood), Das Jahr der schonen Tauschungen einer Jugend (1941; The Year of Sweet Illusions), Verwandlungen einer Jugend (1928; Boyhood and Youth), and Ungleiche Welten (1951; "Different Worlds").
His early plays, including Krankheit der Jugend ( Illness of Youth, 1926) and Die Verbrecher ( The Criminals, 1928), were strong expressionist dramas dealing with social ills.