Animal rescue

A Happy Ending for Rescued Cats

Author: Michael Aufhauser

Publisher: teNeues


Category: Animal rescue

Page: 120

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Cats are masters of the art of survival, independent and elegant. Although loved by humans, they often end up in need. Near the Austro-Bavarian border there is a sanctuary for cats called Gut Aiderbichl. Here homeless and needy cats regain their self-confidence. In this "villa" of their dreams, they have their own parlor, a cozy kitchen, and even a large bedroom! There's lots of room to play - or to get away from it all. Get to know these feline's fascinating stories and enjoy heartwarming photographs of their newfound contentment. These stories bear witness to their courage and endurance, and their desire to be petted!

The Pennsylvania-German




Category: Genealogy


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Devoted to the history, biography, genealogy, poetry, folk-lore and general interests of the Pennsylvania Germans and their descendants.






Page: 904

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Lola Montez Starts A Revolution

Author: Kit Brennan

Publisher: House of Stratus


Category: Fiction

Page: 328

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Lola Montez, on an outrageous dare, seduces King Ludwig I of Bavaria. The aging royal cannot resist her moves as a Spanish dancer, nor the exciting wardrobe malfunction which ensues. Meanwhile, Europe seethes with unrest. In 1848, Lola is the target of a terrifying witch hunt, and must save herself and also foment a remarkable revolution.

Hans Dieter Schaal

Author: Hans Dieter Schaal

Publisher: Edition Axel Menges


Category: Architecture

Page: 223

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Text in English and German. Hans Dieter Schaal worked on opera with Ruth Berghaus for ten years, he also created unforgettable stage architecture for the operas of Heinz Werner Henze. Almost all the important European opera houses, for example those in Berlin, Brussels, Stuttgart, Paris, Vienna and Zurich, served as vehicles for his extraordinarily expressive artistic powers, which he used to captivate the public.