Portal:Germany/Did you know/Archive

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This is the archive of Did you know facts, presented until the end of 2010 in the "Did you know" box on Portal:Germany. Most, but not all of them were also on Template:Did you know on Wikipedia's Main page.

For articles with DYK facts in 2011 see Wikipedia:WikiProject Germany/DYK 2011.

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Gelobet seystu Jhesu Christ in Walter's Geystliche gesangk Buchleyn

Soviet memorial in Berlin's Tiergarten made of Harz granite

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Verdi Requiem, 14 November 2010

Berlin Airlift Monument

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The well-lit inside of a large room with large glass plane windows

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Column and fragment of an arch with an inscription, standing on a cobbled surface with a low wall and fence behind

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Rosenmontag parade in 2004

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  • ... that as the SS struggled to keep up sorting the valuables plundered from prisoners at Auschwitz, Karl Möckel stated that fifteen to twenty suitcases of them were sent to the WVHA quarterly?
  • ... that the theme of pederasty in the 1977 German film Die Konsequenz was so controversial that one regional broadcaster refused to relay the transmission signal?
  • ... that the only survivor of the 1944 killing of 10 civilians ordered by Josef Scheungraber testified against him at his war crimes trial, where Scheungraber received a life sentence in August 2009?

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