What is German theater?
ETO (European Theater of Operations); PTO (Pacific Theater of Operations); CBI (China, Burma, India Theater of Operations) during WWII.
Herbert Lederer has written: 'Kindheit in Favoriten' 'Bevor alles verweht--' -- subject(s): Buildings, structures, Experimental theater, History, Theater, Theaters 'Handbook of East German drama, 1945-1985 =' -- subject(s): Bio-bibliography, German drama, Theater 'Kleines Aufsatzbuch' -- subject(s): Composition and exercises, German language 'A glossary of grammatical terminology, English-German, German-English' -- subject(s): Comparative and general Grammar, Dictionaries, English, English language, German, German language, Terminology
William Grange has written: 'Historical dictionary of postwar German literature' -- subject(s): Austrian Authors, Austrian literature, Authors, Austrian, Authors, German, Authors, Swiss, Bio-bibliography, Biography, Dictionaries, German Authors, German literature, Swiss Authors, Swiss literature (German) 'Historical Dictionary of German Theater (Historical Dictionaries of Literature and the Arts)' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Theater, Biography, German Dramatists
Georg Gustav Wiessner has written: 'Der Pulsschlag deutscher Stilgeschichte' -- subject(s): Art, German, German Art, History 'Richard Wagner, der Theater-Reformer vom Werden des deutschen Nationaltheaters im Geiste des Jahres 1848' -- subject(s): Theater, History, Germany 'Deutsches Theater als darstellung deutschen Wesens' -- subject(s): Theater
Wilhelm Kosch has written: 'Friedrich Spe' 'Biographisches Staatshandbuch' -- subject(s): Biography, Bio-bibliography, German newspapers, Bibliography, German Journalists, German Statesmen, German periodicals 'Adalbert Stifter und die Romantik' -- subject(s): Romanticism 'Das deutsche Theater und Drama seit Schillers Tod' -- subject(s): German drama, History and criticism, Theater 'J. M. Sailer'
Wolfgang Ismayr has written: 'Das politische Theater in Westdeutschland' -- subject(s): German Political plays, German drama, History, History and criticism, Theater 'Parlamentarische Kommunikation und Abgeordnetenfreiheit' -- subject(s): Freedom of debate, Germany (West), Germany (West). Bundestag, Legislative bodies
Epic theater, also known as theater of alienation or theater of politics, is a theater movement arising in the early to mid-20th century, inextricably linked to the German playwright Bertolt Brecht. Though many of the concepts involved in epic theater had been around for years, even centuries, Brecht unified them, developed the style, and popularized it. It is sometimes referred to as Brechtian acting, although its principles apply equally to the writing and production of…
C. Bernd Sucher has written: 'Theaterzauberer' -- subject(s): Actors, Biography, History, Theater, Theatrical producers and directors 'Das Theater der achtziger und neunziger Jahre' -- subject(s): Reviews, Theater 'Luthers Stellung zu den Juden' -- subject(s): Jews 'Das Handbuch des guten Benehmens' 'Henschel Theaterlexikon' -- subject(s): German, Theater, Dictionaries
The answer is generally reliant upon the theater , for example on the Eastern Front the defeat of German forces at the Battle of Stalingrad which many historians regard as the turning point in the Second World War , the Battle of Midway in the Pacific Theater , El Alamein in the Middle East or D-Day in the European Theater where penultimately a NAZI occupied Europe was liberated .
Julius Bab has written: 'Fortinbras =' -- subject(s): German literature, History and criticism, Romanticism, Realism in literature 'Das Theater Der Gegenwart' -- subject(s): Theater, History 'Die deutsche Kriegslyrik, 1914-1918' -- subject(s): German Poets, German poetry, History and criticism, Poetry, Poets, German, War poetry, World War, 1914-1918 'Die deutsche Revolutionslyrik' -- subject(s): German Patriotic poetry, German poetry, History, Patriotic poetry, German, Poetry, Political ballads and songs 'Die Chronik des deutschen Dramas' -- subject(s): German drama, History…
Some US Servicemen may have transferred to the PTO from the ETO (Pacific Theater of Operations and European Theater of Operations); or, if the material is "dated", meaning from WW1 (1914-1918), some of those islands were German territory and Japan took them by force in WW1 (Japan was an ally in WW1). Example: A German Luger pistol is a WW1 handgun. WW2 German handguns were Walther P-38's. Although there might be some production models going…
Anatol Rosenfeld has written: 'Thomas Mann' -- subject(s): Biography, German Novelists, Novelists, German 'A arte do teatro' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Theater 'Cinema' -- subject(s): History, Motion picture industry, Motion pictures, Social aspects, Social aspects of Motion picture industry 'Prismas do teatro' -- subject(s): Drama, History and criticism, Theater