Important in German?
Depending on the context of the sentence the following words mean "important" in it's many forms.
"wichtig", "bedeutend", "einflussreich", "entscheidend", "maßgeblich", "nennenswert"
Oktoberfest! Would be nice if this would be a holiday lol. You can´t ask what are the important German holidays as it depends if they are catholic or lutherian. For the lutherian Good Friday and Christmas are very important. To the catholics all holidays are important. If there are non believers all holidays are important as well because usually we don´t have to work lol
Sudetenland was very important to Hitler as it contained roughly 3 million German speaking people. Since, Hitler believed in Anschluss ( reuniting all German speaking), this is why Sudetenland very important to him. Furthermore, Sudetenland is very ( and I mean very) important for Czechoslovakia as it contained their industries. So, losing Sudetenland means losing their industries as well as their defense.
Why was it important that Hitler made the German soldiers swear allegiance to him personally rather than to the German nation?
Nazi ideology was based on the concept that German people and their culture were better than all other people and cultures. So as part of that, German people needed to make more German people- thus, having a big family was an important part of that; and there was an emphasis on "traditional values"- family, hard work, being a good German, and so on. They even tried to remove words from the German language that were…
The issue lay investiture was considered so important by both German emperors and popes because Henry IV believed that he had the right to appoint bishops of the German church but Pope Gregory VII angrily opposed lay investiture and responded to the emperor's attempt to name bishops by excommunicating Henry IV.
The issue of lay investiture was considered so important by both German emperors and popes because Henry IV believed that he had the right to appoint bishops of the German church but Pope Gregory VII angrily opposed lay investiture and responded to the emperor's attempt to name bishops by excommunicating Henry IV.
The Battle of the Bulge was quite a important battle for the allies for few reasons. Someof those reasons are that; It was the final major German offence in WW2. If the allies were victoriouse, it would crush the German moral If the allies failed, it would boost German morale and would result the Germans pushing the allieds on the western front, then to encounter the USSR, which were advancing from the east.