Tag Archives: Germany

The fatal hike that became a Nazi publicity coup | Kate Connolly

The Long Read: In 1936, local schools group from south London went on a hike in the Black Forest. Despite the gallant rescue strives of German villagers, five sons succumbed. Eighty times on, neighbourhoods are still asking how it happened The lilac was in full bloom when a group of boys from the Strand school … Read More

East Germany’s old-time mines be converted into new reservoir region

Despite a 2.2 bn regeneration curriculum, the Lusatian Lake District project, on land once resided by the GDRs industrial stronghold, remains relatively unknown to non-east Germans. So we took a tour This was once one of the dirtiest areas in East Germany, enunciates Sren, my tour guide from IBA Tours, as our bikes swoosh through … Read More

Grocery anxieties push Deutsche Bank to give assurances over fiscal health

Share price recovers somewhat after John Cryan casts memo to German banks staff Deutsche Bank is attempting to squelch panics about its financial health as its shares crumbled to brand-new lows on Friday, driving stock market in Asia and Europe sharply lower. Shares in Germanys biggest bank descended below 10 in early trading, a slide … Read More