January 02, 2017: Publications at the Internet Archive

Atlas for Higher Educational Institutions, Edition B

This information-map collection presents you facts on the German Reich. It bases on an original atlas of 1913. All documents were scanned with 300 dpi, thus they are also suited for the prepress preparation. All reproductions are copyright-free and can be used 100 % royalty-free, for commercial as well as for non-commercial purposes.

GEI digital also offers this text book (title page, complete PDF file top right), the resolution there is 100 dpi.

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Dissemination of the German Language

This map shows beautifully, why our national anthem states: “[...] Von der Maas bis an die Memel, Von der Etsch bis an den Belt [...]” resp. in English “[...] From the Meuse to the Memel, From the Adige to the Belt [...]”. This simply is the ancestral Heimat of our people.

Information in the map “Ver­brei­tung der deut­schen Spra­che”, at the bottom on the right: according to Be­ha­gel, Berg­haus, Bren­ner, Lang­hans and others. (“nach Be­ha­gel, Berg­haus, Bren­ner, Lang­hans und an­de­ren”).

Behaghel probably refers to the Germanist Otto Behaghel (English WP-Artikel, German article of the University of Gießen).

Berghaus maybe could refer to one of these three personalities: Johann Peter Berg­haus (cartographer, illustrator, lithographer), Heinrich Berg­haus (cartographer), his neph­ew Hermann Berghaus, or Heinrich Karl Berghaus.

A Germanist named Oskar Brenner researched and taught at the University of Würz­burg (Deutsche Biographie, Würzburgwiki-Eintrag).

Langhans is the surname of a German geographer and cartographer, Paul Langhans.

“Lith. Druck u. Verlag v. Piloty & Loehle, München.“: Lithograpic Print and Pub­lish­ing/Publisher by/from Piloty & Loehle, Munich.”.




June 27, 2016: Basic Mathematics

Proof of the Irrationality of the Square Root of 2“, extended with exercises with solutions, 12 resp. 15 pages.

English versions: A4, A4-dup­lex, US-Let­ter, US-Let­ter-dup­lex.

German versions: A4, A4-dup­lex, US-Let­ter, US-Let­ter-dup­lex.




January 01, 2017: Modern Operating Systems for Old Computers

Free Software strengthens the individual’s and the nation’s in­de­pen­dence. Its per­ma­nent free avail­a­bil­i­ty and its adapt­a­bil­i­ty sup­port the mass ed­u­ca­tion on practical computing and can turn an old com­put­er in­to an effective production system. Learn more on the essential aspects.





28. May 2011: Our Roses (allotment)

Unsere Rosen im Sommer 2011

Our roses, three images (880 times 660), 700 times 660.












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