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Kaiser

Georg . 1878--1945, German expressionist dramatist
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Mundle, 'Dea Caelestis in der Religionspolitik des Septimius Severus', Historia 10 (1961) 228-37, concluding, at 230, 'Die Inschrift steht in keinerlei Beziehung zur Kaiserin Julia Domna'; cf.
(19.) For instance: Die Siebtelbauern (The Inheritors, 1998), Die Unberiihrbare (No Place to Go, 1999), Der Krieger and die Kaiserin (The Princess and the Warrior, 2000) See Mattias Frey, "No(ir) Place to Go: Spatial Anxiety and Sartorial Intertextuality in Die Unberuhrbare," Cinema journal 45.4 (2006): p.79.
Curtiss oversaw construction of a platform over the bow of the Hamburg-American SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria.
The proof copy passage differs from this dramatically: "The Czar looks into the eyes of the Czarina; the Kaiser looks into the eyes of the Kaiserin; in both they see themselves reflected far bigger than they appear elsewhere.
Baltic was the world's biggest ship for just over a year - the honour passed to the 24,581-ton German liner Kaiserin Auguste Victoria.
In the fourth issue of Kaiserin ("a magazine for boys with problems") there is a photograph of a piece of French bread that looks like a penis.
(40) Fleming's sonnets about Moscow encouraged immediate imitation by Johann Klaj in his sonnet, "An die Stadt Nurnberg." The first lines suffice to demonstrate that Klaj knew Fleming's sonnets about Moscow: "Du schone Kaiserin /der Ausbund Teutschen Erden [parallel] Printzessin dieses Landes...." The manner in which Klaj's sonnet is imbedded into the prose text of the eclogue with its invocation "in was Betrachtung er seine Augen erstlich ergetzen solte /der Hohenkirchenturme und der neulich erbaueten Rahthauses verguldete Spitzen" also merits our attention.
(134.) Id.; Hugo Hantsch, Kaiser Franz Joseph und die Aussenpolitik, in PROBLEME DER FRANZISKO-JOSEPHINISCHEN ZEIT 25-39; HEINRICH BENEDIKT, DIE MONARCHIE DES HAUSES OSTERREICH: EIN HISTORISCHES ESSAY 124, 226, 229 (Vienna 1968); ADAM WANDRUSZKA, THE HOUSE OF HABSBURG 147-54 (Cathleen & Hans Epstein trans., New York 1964); I BRIEFE KAISER FRANZ JOSEPHS AN KAISERIN ELISABETH 1859-1898 28, 32 (Georg Nostitz-Rieneck ed., Vienna 1966).
My favorite section is devoted to the port, with large models of it from earlier eras to the peak of pre-container development in 1929, plus builders' models of the big German liners Patria, Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, Imperator, and Deutschland.