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Schleswig Holstein Lied|Wo die Nordseewellen (Friesenlied)|Gruss An Kiel|Auf der Reeperbahn nachts um halb eins|HAMBORGER VEERMASTER|My Bonnie is over the ocean|Rolling home|Heute An Bord|Aloha oe

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Seemannslieder
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Seemann (Deine Heimat ist das Meer)|AUF EINEM SEEMANNSGRAB DA BLUEHEN KEINE ROSEN|My Bonnie is over the ocean|SCHWER MIT DEN SCHAETZEN DES ORIENTS BELADEN|Ein Schiff wird kommen|Junge komm bald wieder|What shall we do with the drunken sailor|Santa Lucia|ANCHORS AWEIGH|Das ist die Liebe der Matrosen|Eine Seefahrt die ist lustig|KLEINE MOEWE FLIEG NACH HELGOLAND|Fahr mich in die Ferne|Gorch Fock Lied|UEBER DEN WELLEN / Rosas Juventino|HEUT GEHT ES AN BORD|Das kann doch einen Seemann nicht erschüttern / Jary Michael|Schön ist die Liebe im Hafen|Aloha oe|FRIESENLIED (WO DIE NORDSEEWELLEN)|Gruss An Kiel|In Hamburg Da Bin Ich Gewesen|Ein Seemann liebt die Meereswell|De Hamborger Veermaster|La Paloma|Rolling home|HAMBURG IST EIN SCHOENES STAEDTCHEN|Wir lieben die Stürme|Antje Mein Blondes Kind|Auf der Reeperbahn nachts um halb eins

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Elisabeth Mann Borgese und Das Drama der Meere
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"Wir müssen die Ozeane retten, wenn wir uns selbst retten wollen." Elisabeth Mann BorgeseDas Meer, das Thomas Mann liebte und dessen Motivwelt in seinem Werk eine zentrale Rolle spielt, wurde für seine jüngste Tochter Elisabeth Mann Borgese zum Lebensinhalt. Ihr leidenschaftlicher Einsatz für den Schutz der Ozeane war Teil eines Kampfes für eine gerechtere Welt. Die Kosmopolitin, die in ihrem Leben insgesamt vier Staatsbürgerschaften besaß, wirkte als Mitglied des Club of Rome, als Gründerin des International Ocean Institute und Delegierte bei der UN-Seerechtskonferenz maßgeblich am Internationalen Seerechtsübereinkommen von 1982 mit. Auch als Autorin und Professorin für Politikwissenschaft in Halifax widmete Elisabeth Mann Borgese ihre Arbeit den Meeren. Einer breiten Öffentlichkeit wurde sie in Deutschland durch das Doku-Drama 'Die Manns' bekannt, in dem sie 2001 mit Charme und ungewöhnlicher Leichtigkeit ihre Familiengeschichte kommentierte.Dieser erste wissenschaftliche, mit zahlreichen Fotos illustrierte Sammelband zum Leben und Wirken Elisabeth Mann Borgeses erscheint anlässlich der gleichnamigen Ausstellung im Lübecker Buddenbrookhaus, die danach in Kiel, Berlin und München zu sehen ist. Neben Beiträgen aus Literaturwissenschaft, Familienbiografik, Rechtswissenschaft und Meeresforschung fügen sich persönliche und literarische Texte sowie eine Bibliografie und eine Lebenschronik zu einem faszinierenden, vielschichtigen Porträt dieser Anwältin der Meere.

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Elisabeth Mann Borgese und Das Drama der Meere
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"Wir müssen die Ozeane retten, wenn wir uns selbst retten wollen." Elisabeth Mann BorgeseDas Meer, das Thomas Mann liebte und dessen Motivwelt in seinem Werk eine zentrale Rolle spielt, wurde für seine jüngste Tochter Elisabeth Mann Borgese zum Lebensinhalt. Ihr leidenschaftlicher Einsatz für den Schutz der Ozeane war Teil eines Kampfes für eine gerechtere Welt. Die Kosmopolitin, die in ihrem Leben insgesamt vier Staatsbürgerschaften besaß, wirkte als Mitglied des Club of Rome, als Gründerin des International Ocean Institute und Delegierte bei der UN-Seerechtskonferenz maßgeblich am Internationalen Seerechtsübereinkommen von 1982 mit. Auch als Autorin und Professorin für Politikwissenschaft in Halifax widmete Elisabeth Mann Borgese ihre Arbeit den Meeren. Einer breiten Öffentlichkeit wurde sie in Deutschland durch das Doku-Drama 'Die Manns' bekannt, in dem sie 2001 mit Charme und ungewöhnlicher Leichtigkeit ihre Familiengeschichte kommentierte.Dieser erste wissenschaftliche, mit zahlreichen Fotos illustrierte Sammelband zum Leben und Wirken Elisabeth Mann Borgeses erscheint anlässlich der gleichnamigen Ausstellung im Lübecker Buddenbrookhaus, die danach in Kiel, Berlin und München zu sehen ist. Neben Beiträgen aus Literaturwissenschaft, Familienbiografik, Rechtswissenschaft und Meeresforschung fügen sich persönliche und literarische Texte sowie eine Bibliografie und eine Lebenschronik zu einem faszinierenden, vielschichtigen Porträt dieser Anwältin der Meere.

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Submarine Warfare in World War I: The History a...
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Submarine warfare began tentatively during the American Civil War (though the Netherlands and England made small prototypes centuries earlier, and the American sergeant Ezra Lee piloted the one-man "Turtle" vainly against HMS Eagle near New York in 1776). Robert Whitehead's invention of the torpedo introduced the weapon later used most frequently by submarines. Steady improvements to Whitehead's design led to the military torpedoes deployed against shipping during both World Wars. World War I witnessed the First Battle of the Atlantic, when the Kaiserreich unleashed its U-boats against England. During the war, the German submarines sent much of the British merchant marine to the bottom. Indeed, German reliance on U-boats in both World War I and World War II stemmed largely from their nation's geography. The Germans eventually recognized the superiority of the Royal Navy and its capacity to blockade Germany's short coastline in the event of war. While the British could easily interdict surface ships, submarines slipped from their Kiel or Hamburg anchorages unseen, able to prey upon England's merchant shipping. The sleek hunter-killers lurking beneath the waves, using periscopes to close in unnoticed on their prey, added a new, nerve-wracking element to naval warfare. The mere threat of submarine attack immediately altered naval tactics and strategies employed by both the Western Allies and the Central Powers, shifting them towards a more cautious approach, especially at the war’s start when the submarine threat remained untested. During World War I, German U-boats operated solo except on one occasion. Initially, the British and nations supplying England with food and materiel scattered vessels singly across the ocean, making them vulnerable to the lone submarines. However, widespread late war re-adoption of the convoy system tipped the odds in the surface ships' favor, as one U-boat skipper described: "The oceans at once became bare 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Hare. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/110814/bk_acx0_110814_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Submarine Warfare in the Atlantic: The History ...
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Danger prowled under both the cold gray waters of the North Sea and the shimmering blue waves of the tropical Atlantic during World War II as Adolf Hitler's Third Reich attempted to strangle Allied shipping lanes with U-boat attacks. German and British submarines combed the vast oceanic battlefield for prey, while scientists developed new technologies and countermeasures. Submarine warfare began tentatively during the American Civil War (though the Netherlands and England made small prototypes centuries earlier, and the American sergeant Ezra Lee piloted the one-man Turtle vainly against HMS Eagle near New York in 1776). Britisher Robert Whitehead's invention of the torpedo introduced the weapon later used most frequently by submarines. Steady improvements to Whitehead's design led to the military torpedoes deployed against shipping during both World Wars. World War I witnessed the First Battle of the Atlantic, when the Kaiserreich unleashed its U-boats against England. During the war's 52.5 months, the German submarines sent much of the British merchant marine to the bottom. Indeed, German reliance on U-boats in both World War I and World War II stemmed largely from their nation's geography. The Germans eventually recognized the primacy of the Royal Navy and its capacity to blockade Germany's short coastline in the event of war. While the British could easily interdict surface ships, submarines slipped from their Kiel or Hamburg anchorages unseen, able to prey upon England's merchant shipping. During World War I, German U-boats operated solo except on one occasion. Initially, the British and nations supplying England with food and materiel scattered vessels singly across the ocean, making them vulnerable to the lone submarines. However, widespread late war re-adoption of the convoy system tipped the odds in the surface ships' favor, as one U-boat skipper described: "The oceans at once became bare and empty; for long periods at a time the U 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Gallagher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/073327/bk_acx0_073327_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Biology of the Indian Ocean
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This volume contains the proceedings of a Symposium held at the University of Kiel, Germany, from 31 March to 6 April, 1971. The Symposium was organized by the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) and the Marine Productivity section of the International Biological Programme (IBPIPM) with the assistance of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the International Association of Biological Oceanography (IABO). The aim of the Symposium was to summarize present knowledge of the biology of the Indian Ocean. Twenty-two presentations by invited speakers reviewed the research work carried out during the International Indian Ocean Expedition (lIOE) 1959 -1965, the first cooperative project coordinated by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC). In addition, reports were presented of postexpedition examination of material and of more recent investigations relevant to the aims of the lIOE. In keeping with the aims of "Ecological Studies", the present volume contains much new information and some synthesis, all directed towards obtaining an understanding of the functioning and organization of the ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. The plan of the Symposium was to present the relevant meteorological, physical, chemical and geological background and to follow this with the various aspects of biological oceanography. Because of the uneven stage of development of the different disciplines, the papers included in this volume vary in their analytical level.

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Robert Christian Avé-Lallemant
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Christian Barthold Avé-Lallemant (July 25, 1812 October 10, 1884) was a German physician and explorer who was a native of Lübeck. He was a brother to criminologist Friedrich Christian Benedict Avé-Lallemant (1809-1892) and music critic Theodore Avé-Lallemant (1806-1890). He earned his medical doctorate from the University of Kiel, and in 1836 relocated to Brazil, where he subsequently became director of a sanatorium for yellow fever patients in Rio de Janeiro. In 1855 he returned to Germany, and enlisted as ship's doctor for the Austrian Novara expedition. After the SMS Novara had crossed the Atlantic Ocean to South America in 1857, Avé-Lallemant disembarked in Rio de Janeiro, leaving the expedition. During his second time in Brazil he spent approximately two years performing extensive exploration of the country, having the support of Emperor Dom Pedro.

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Volvo Baltic Race
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Volvo Baltic Race is a yacht race held in the Baltic Sea, sponsored by Volvo. It has been held in 2003 and 2004 as training series for VO60 ships, targeting the Volvo Ocean Race.Volvo Baltic Race, for the SEB Trophy is a three-week sprint version of Volvo Ocean Race. It will either be taking part in, or be in port at the same time, as three of Northern Europe's biggest events: Kiel Week, Germany, The Swedish Match Cup in Marstrand, Sweden, and the Accenture Gotland Runt. Initiator is Viamare, the Swedish yacht and hotel conglomerate.

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