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Forest Schools, Germany's Waldkindergarten
Waldkindergarten, nature's pre-school for children, where class room walls are replaced by fresh air, the natural world and exploration. It's a system of education that began in 19th century Germany and has become increasingly popular throughout the country.
Frederick the Great
Germany celebrated the 300th anniversary of Frederick II of Prussia in 2012. One of the most famous and respected German rulers, both for his military success as a brilliant strategist and for the ground breaking domestic reforms he introduced into his country.
Friedrich Nietzsche Philosopher, Quotations
Written for a completely different world of the 19th Century, nevertheless German born Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophical quotations can be as relevant now as they were then.
Friedrich Nietzsche, 19th Century Philosopher
Born in the mid 19th Century, German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s timeless quotations have made him a present day sage, but there was a complex man behind quotes such as 'That which does not kill us makes us stronger'.
Frugal Fashionista Chic Behind The Berlin Wall
Fashion was inseparable from politics in East Germany, with a "one style fits all" mentality. A sewing machine, needle, thread and "Sybille", a culture and fashion magazine that supplied dreams as well as patterns, made possible a world of individuality and escape from every day grayness.
Fun Facts - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Fun Facts about the Life, Times and Music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Who made his first performing tour at six years old, wrote his first symphony at eight, kissed an Empress, was an excellent billiards player, spoke 15 languages, and had a very popular marzipan candy named after him.
Fun Facts About Germany
There's a Chancellor Angela Merkel Barbie Doll, German affection for red Hungarian paprika means it's added to everything from potato chips and meat to sauces, in Bavaria beer is officially 'food', and phone calls are answered only by the surname, never a greeting. Some fun facts.
Gardening by the Moon in Germany
Often thought of as a New Age trend or old superstition Moon Gardening is science based. Evidence suggests there is a connection between the sky's energy and that of earth, and in Germany the system has been followed for generations with 'Moon Gardening' calendars a big hit as Christmas gifts.
German American Heritage
German immigrants to the USA made a huge contribution to its culture, economy and technology. From introducing Santa Claus, founding breweries, popularizing ketchup, producing Presidents to establishing banking, industrial and philanthropic dynasties and designing the Brooklyn Bridge.
German Americans Who Made a Difference
German Americans make up almost 25 percent of the US population. It was 1608 when the first immigrants arrived, with those following mainly hoping to improve on the way their life had been "at home", and their work and lives have had an effect not only in America but worldwide.
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