Rathenow


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Rathenow

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Potsdam District. Population, 31,800 (1974). A landing on the Havel River, Rathenow has optical and electrical-engineering industries.

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The grandson, Wolfgang Musold, lives in Rathenow, in the district of Havelland in Brandenburg.
75X scope marked "EMIL BUSCH A-G RATHENOW WISAR' 2 3/4 x Gewehr No 13 f", which is attached to the rifle by means of a Double-Claw mount and the scope is positioned exactly over the bore's axis.
A visit to a bio-gas plant in the suburbs of Berlin at Rathenow was a worth mentioning and a good experience of how agriculture produce or waste can be used to generate gas and electricity.
Neighbours who wondered at the absence of the father, 67, and mother, 60, called police in the town of Rathenow, west of Berlin.
Zarnikow's right-wing employees were around for official festivals and they guarded conservative political leaders such as Bavarian party leader Edmund Stoiber and Brandenburg's Minister of the Interior, Jorg Schonbohm, when they visited the Rathenow area.
Without any claim to providing a complete list, explicit police CCTV surveillance for crime control purposes is currently in use in Bernau, Bielefeld, Bremen, Dessau, Dresden, Erkner, Flensburg, Frankfurt am Main, Fulda, Halle, Hofheim/Taunus, Leipzig, Mannheim, Potsdam, Rathenow, Regensburg, Stuttgart, Magdeburg und Westerland/Sylt (Nogala 2002).
Rathenow, Lutz Sterben will gelernt sein: Lyrische Prosa -- Prosaische Lyrik ill.
Again, reluctant to let go of their find, Soviet agents of the 3rd Shock Army once again exhumed the bodies sometime in the summer of 1945 and moved them to Rathenow, 91 kilo- metres from Berlin.
Again, reluctant to let go of their find, Smersh officers once again exhumed the bodies and moved on to Rathenow, 60 miles from Berlin.
LUTZ RATHENOW IS THE prolific author of politically charged poetry and grotesque short fiction from Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg.
But when the 3rd Shock Army moved on in the summer of 1945, officers took the remains on to Rathenow, 60 miles from Berlin.