Abgeordnetenhaus


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Ab´ge`ord`ne`ten`haus`


n.1.See Legislature, Austria, Prussia.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Lichtblau, "Die Debatten fiber die Ritualmordbeschuldigungen im osterreichischen Abgeordnetenhaus am Ende des 19.
Press Center, Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin, Niederkirchnerstra[sz]e 5, 10110 Berlin
(42.) See, e.g., Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin, Bannmeile, at http://www.
(48.) For the classic account of the annexationist camp, see Fritz Fischer, Germany's War Aims in the First World War (New York, 1967); for more detail on the divisions in the liberal ranks, see Hartwig Thieme, Nationaler Liberalismus in der Krise, Die nationalliberale Fraktion des PreuBischen Abgeordnetenhaus 1914-1918 (Boppard am Rhein, Germany, 1963).
Together with his (until recently) successful suppression of his candidature for the Conservatives in the 'Urwahl zum preussischen Abgeordnetenhaus' in 1862, this is shown to be part of the self-stylization that characterizes much of Fontane's autobiographical writing; it reflects his attitudes at the time he was writing his memoirs, and specifically his revised attitude to the Kreuzzeitung in the light of its damaged image following the revelations and scandals of the mid-1890s.