WEFOUNDChronik der Sternenkrieger: Drei Abenteuer #7 (German Edition)


Together with my father I digitized the German book “ Die Chronik der Drewes ” by Hans Troebs. It is 2127 pages of part one and two. It has been a major effort to photograph and OCR the whole book. This book is about the family history of the family Drewes all across Germany. Here is the German summary:

It is very rare book and not even available on the second hand market. So we took the effort to make it available for a small fee.

Thanks a lot! I just purchased the book via scribd.com and by this info I could complete a side arm of my family tree! Perfect.
(My birthday is wrong in the book BTW ;-) )

Together with my father I digitized the German book “ Die Chronik der Drewes ” by Hans Troebs. It is 2127 pages of part one and two. It has been a major effort to photograph and OCR the whole book. This book is about the family history of the family Drewes all across Germany. Here is the German summary:

It is very rare book and not even available on the second hand market. So we took the effort to make it available for a small fee.

Thanks a lot! I just purchased the book via scribd.com and by this info I could complete a side arm of my family tree! Perfect.
(My birthday is wrong in the book BTW ;-) )

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (6 May 1880 – 15 June 1938) was a German expressionist painter and printmaker and one of the founders of the artists group Die Brücke or "The Bridge", a key group leading to the foundation of Expressionism in 20th-century art. He volunteered for army service in the First World War , but soon suffered a breakdown and was discharged. In 1933, his work was branded as " degenerate " by the Nazis and in 1937, over 600 of his works were sold or destroyed. In 1938, he committed suicide by gunshot. [1]

Their group was one of the seminal ones which in due course had a major impact on the evolution of modern art in the 20th century and created the style of Expressionism . [7] The group met initially in Kirchner's first studio, which had previously been a butcher's shop. Bleyl described it as "that of a real bohemian, full of paintings lying all over the place, drawings, books and artist’s materials — much more like an artist’s romantic lodgings than the home of a well-organised architecture student". [6]

Kirchner's studio became a venue which overthrew social conventions to allow casual love-making and frequent nudity. [6] Group life-drawing sessions took place using models from the social circle, rather than professionals, and choosing quarter-hour poses to encourage spontaneity. [6] Bleyl described one such model, Isabella, a fifteen-year-old girl from the neighbourhood, as "a very lively, beautifully built, joyous individual, without any deformation caused by the silly fashion of the corset and completely suitable to our artistic demands, especially in the blossoming condition of her girlish buds." [8]


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