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Papen

Franz von . 1879--1969, German statesman; chancellor (1932) and vice chancellor (1933--34) under Hitler, whom he was instrumental in bringing to power
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In a blog post titled "The Wall of Shame", Papen took the photos during her three-day road trip through Israel, travelling from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Titled "Road to Liberation," the photo shows Papen reclining in a plastic chair with her eyes closed.
Learners from the National Literacy Programme in Namibia (NLPN) discussed, 'the importance of social relationships and economic status with regards to their understanding of literacy and of education more broadly' (Papen 2005, 10) during conversations with ethnographer Uta Papen.
Franz von Papen also bet that he could tame a dictatorial demagogue.
Marisa Papen and her team snapped nude photos at a host of Egyptian landmarks.
Summary: Marisa Papen publishes explicit photos of hers allegedly snapped in landmark Egyptian monuments
When the conservative fool Franz von Papen brought Adolf Hitler to the German Chancellery in 1933, he assured his anxious associates that "within two months, we will have pushed Hitler so far into a corner that he'll squeak."
Papen, "Conceptualising information literacy as social practice: A study of pregnant women's information practices," Information Research, vol.
Three, Hans Fritzche, Hjalmar Schacht, and Franz von Papen were acquitted and the remaining seven received varying terms of imprisonment.
His administrative and ideological credentials later earned him the post of Minister of Agriculture in Franz von Papen's 'cabinet of barons' and Kurt von Schleicher's brief interlude prior to Hitler's chancellorship.