Die Kaiserliche Marine und ihre Großen Kreuzer

Die Kaiserliche Marine und ihre Großen Kreuzer КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Die Kaiserliche Marine und ihre Großen Kreuzer (Marine-Arsenal Sonderheft 15)BySiegfried BreyerPublisher: Podzun-Pallas 199752 PagesISBN: 3790906034PDF27 MBAuf den britischen DREADNOUGHT-Schritt bald nach Be­ginn des 20. Jahrhunderts folgte mit der INVINCIBLE der Sprung zum "Battlecruiser". Die DREADNOUGHT ver­körperte das erste "all huge gun battleship" (d.h. ein Schlacht­schiff mit mehr als den bisher vier standardmäßig eingerüste­ten schweren Geschützen), die INVINCIBLE den auf Schnel­ligkeit und gleich starkes Hauptkaliber (30,5 cm) hoch­gezüchteten Panzerkreuzer. Mit beider Entwicklung hatten die Briten gehofft, die unter Wilhelm II. aufstrebende deut­sche Marine in ihre Schranken zu verweisen; sie glaubten, daß es den Deutschen nicht möglich sein werde, ebenfalls so große und kampfstarke Schiffe zu bauen. Darin hatten sie sich jedoch getäuscht: Die Deutschen nahmen die Herausfor­derung an und begannen ihrerseits, Linienschiffe (Schlacht­schiffe) in den Normen der britischen DREADNOUGHT und Schlachtkreuzer vom Typ der INVINCIBLE zu bauen. Damit trat die britisch-deutsche Flottenrivalität in ein neu­es Stadium ein, das am 1. August 1914 - allerdings aus ande­ren Gründen als dem der bestehenden Rivalität auf See -durch den Kriegsausbruch seine blutige Kulmination fand. letitbitsharingmatrix zero

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Modernist preacher Henry Ward Beecher put it best when he said that the oaks of civilization had evolved over time. ”8 The implication of such a statement was that the Bible represented the acorn, or seed, from which grew the fully evolved oak tree of Christianity in the late nineteenth century. Religious adaptation to evolutionary development accounted largely for the idea of progress that virtually all western European and American intellectuals adopted in the nineteenth century. Modernist theologians were by no means unusual among academics in their belief that civilization was progressing toward virtual utopia.

Neoevangelicals were those who wanted to retain an emphasis on the fundamentals of the faith while presenting an intellectually compelling case for a nonseparatist, culturally engaged gospel. The Rise of Neoevangelicalism Among a handful of events that were instrumental in the development of neoevangelicalism was the formation of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) in 1942. The NAE was modeled after the New England Fellowship (NEF), a regional organization of evangelicals led by J. Elwin Wright.

Evangelicals believed that the threat of modernism could be resisted and battles averted if everyone could just agree on a baseline of belief beyond which no orthodox Protestant would be allowed to go. The question was simply, What are the fundamentals of the faith? The term “fundamental” was not widely used in 1910, and the five points would not become formalized as “fundamentals” until the 1920s. ” From 1910 to 30 Chapter Two 1915 there appeared in print twelve paperback pamphlet volumes known collectively as The Fundamentals of the Faith.

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