Hermannstadt


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Hermannstadt

(ˈhɛrmanʃtat)
n
(Placename) the German name for Sibiu
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Nach dem Zweiten Wiener Schiedsspruch (der NordSiebenburgen zu Ungarn schlug) begleitete er die Universitat Klausenburg zu ihrer Zufluchtsstatte in Hermannstadt (1940-1946).
His son George was not able to be present, due to his military service near Hermannstadt (Sibiu) in Transylvania.
The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Romania is the German-speaking Lutheran church in Romania, headquartered in the city of Sibiu, formerly known as Hermannstadt.
In this article, I use the current names of places: Brajov instead of Kronstadt and Orasul Stalin (as the city was called between 1950 and 1960), Fagaraf for Fogarasch, Sibiu for Hermannstadt, Cluj for Klausenburg, Rogia for Rothberg, Nou for Neudorf, and Vurpar for Burgberg.
Gracias a La recomendacion de un profesor que Le tomo aprecio en La capitaL austriaca, consiguio un trabajo como medico y bibliotecario de un poderoso e influyente funcionario publico en Hermannstadt --Lo que ahora es Sibiu, Rumania.
I came to high school in the city against the will of my mother," says the text next to a 1971 group photo of Herta in Hermannstadt (Nagyszeben, Sibiu).
They built strongly protected cities like Hermannstadt (Sibiu in Romanian) and Kronstadt (Brasov), Klausenburg (Cluj) and Schassburg (Sighisoara) as well as small villages with churches surrounded by thick fortifying walls.
Furthermore, the German vein is regrettably perpetuated in the toponymy: Thorn is mentioned (99, 107), without any indication that this is the Polish town of Torun; the German minority living in Hermannstadt (163) was really in the Romanian Sibiu (or Hungarian Nagyszeben).
He surveys the emergence of religious communities within a clearly delineated geographical, political, and cultural space during a specific historical period that begins with the Battle of Mohacs in 1526, which ended the medieval Kingdom of Hungary, and ends with the Hermannstadt Declaration in 1688 and the Leopoldine Diploma in 1691, which together marked the loss of the Principality's autonomy.
FABINI Hermann, ORBAN Paul (2002), Lista asezarilor sasesti cu biserici fortificat, Atlas der Siebenburghish-Sachsischen Kirchenburgen und Dorfkirchen, Hermannstadt.
After Soviet troops took control of Hermannstadt in September 1944, all Germans in the territories were retroactively declared members of the Nazi party.
Oskar Pastior was born 1927 in Hermannstadt, in Transylvania, a