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  Feldherrnhalle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Die Ludwigstraße mündet in den Odeonsplatz, wo sich die Feldherrnhalle gegenüber der Theatinerkirche befindet.
In 1923 Hitlers attempted coup was defeated in the vicinity of the Feldherrnhalle.
After Hitler had risen to power, he had a memorial on the east side of the Feldherrnhalle erected to the memory of his followers who were killed.
www.courses.psu.edu /nuc_e/nuc_e405_g9c/muenchen/feldh.html   (133 words)

  
  Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - Feldherrnhalle
It was built between 1841 and 1844 by Friedrich von Gärtner at the behest of King Ludwig I of Bavaria after the example of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence.
The Feldherrnhalle was a symbol of the honours of the Bavarian Army, at the southern end of Munich's Prachtstraße (or Ludwigsstraße).
On the morning of 9 November 1923 the Feldherrnhalle was the scene of an armed confrontation between the Bavarian State Police and an armed mob; this was one of the events of the Beer Hall Putsch.
www.fact-archive.com /encyclopedia/Feldherrnhalle   (140 words)

  
 Panzer Corps Feldherrnhalle at AllExperts
The Feldherrnhalle units were the combat formations which drew manpower from the SA, tracing their history back to the days of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch.
The Feldherrnhalle was the monument in Munich where the attempted coup was crushed, and the units which bore the title were considered the élite formations of the SA.
In September 1938, the Feldherrnhalle was placed under the control of the Wehrmacht, and the cadre of the unit was transferred to the Luftwaffe, forming the Luftlande-Regiment Feldherrnhalle, a part of the 7.Flieger-Division.
en.allexperts.com /e/p/pa/panzer_corps_feldherrnhalle.htm   (1946 words)

  
 Feldherrnhalle - Karr.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Friedrich von Gärtner built Feldherrnhalle at the behest of King Ludwig I of Bavaria after the example of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence.
The Feldherrnhalle was a symbol of the honours of the Bavarian Army.
On Sunday morning, 9 November 1923, the Feldherrnhalle was the scene of a confrontation between the Bavarian State Police and an illegal organized march by the followers of Hitler.
216.92.11.22 /encyclopedia/Feldherrnhalle   (318 words)

  
 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Feldherrnhalle units were the combat formations which drew manpower from the SA, tracing their history back to the days of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch.
The Feldherrnhalle was the monument in Munich where the attempted coup was crushed, and the units which bore the title were considered the élite formations of the SA.
In September 1938, the Feldherrnhalle was placed under the control of the Wehrmacht, and the cadre of the unit was transferred to the Luftwaffe, forming the Luftlande-Regiment Feldherrnhalle, a part of the 7.Flieger-Division.
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 Feldherrnhalle - Physik-Lexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Die Feldherrnhalle wurde zu Ehren des bayerischen Heeres als südlicher Auftakt der Ludwigstraße errichtet und korrespondiert mit dem 1 km entfernten Siegestor.
November 1923 marschierte Adolf Hitler mit einem Stoßtrupp seiner Anhänger auf die Feldherrnhalle zu, wo es zu einer Konfrontation zwischen der Bayerischen Bereitschaftspolizei und den Demonstranten kam und der Aufstand niedergeschlagen wurde.
Aufgrund des großen Symbolwertes, den die Nationalsozialisten der Feldherrnhalle beimaßen, erhielten folgende Kampfverbände der Deutschen Wehrmacht den Zusatz „Feldherrnhalle“: Panzerbrigade 106 Feldherrnhalle, Panzerbrigade 110 Feldherrnhalle und Panzergrenadier-Division Feldherrnhalle.
www.physik-lexikon.de /wiki/index.php?title=Feldherrenhalle   (539 words)

  
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Den Gefallenen mußte der Münchner Bürger an diesem Mahnmal durch den Hitler-Gruß die Ehre erweisen, was dazu führte, daß diese Schmalseite der Feldherrnhalle mehr und mehr gemieden wurde.
Der Umgang mit der Feldherrnhalle trägt interessanterweise in der Gegenwart ebenso zwanghafte Züge wie der mit der deutschen Vergangenheit allgemein.
Während das architektonische Vorbild in Florenz auf seinem Dach die Caféterasse der Uffizien beherbergt, ist es nur schwer möglich, eine Erlaubnis für eine Veranstaltung in der Feldherrnhalle oder auf dem Odeonsplatz zu bekommen.
www.artechock.de /kunst/magazin/re/feldhe.htm   (626 words)

  
 Panzerbrigade 106 Feldherrnhalle - MedPort-Lexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Die Brigade erhielt ihre Bezeichnung nach der Feldherrnhalle in München, die für die Nationalsozialisten von besonderem Symbolwert war.
Zersplitterung der Brigade: Ein Teil geht in Gefangenschaft, ein anderer kann sich nach Nordosten, bis in den Elm, östlich Braunschweig, absetzen.
Der letzte Panzer der Panzerbrigade 106 „Feldherrnhalle“ wird schließlich in aussichtsloser Lage von seinem Kommandanten gesprengt, die beiden letzten übrig gebliebenen Panzerbesatzungen trennen sich darauf hin und jeder geht seiner Wege.
www.medport.de /lexikon/index.php/Panzerbrigade_106_Feldherrnhalle   (774 words)

  
 Panzer-Division "Feldherrnhalle"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Division "Feldherrnhalle" was formed in the South of France on the 20th of June, 1943 as a Panzergrenadier-Division.
The Grenadier-Regiment "Feldherrnhalle" came from the 271.Grenadier-Regiment "Feldherrnhalle" of the 93.Infanterie.Division, The Füsilier-Regiment "Feldherrnhalle" came from the 120.Grenadier-Regiment (mot.) of the 60.Panzergrenadier-Division, the Panzer-Abteilung "Feldherrnhalle" came from the 160.Panzer-Abteilung, the Panzer-Aufklarung-Abteilung "Feldherrnhalle" came from 160.Panzer-Aufklarung-Abteilung, the Artillerie-Regiment "Feldherrnhalle" (mot!
In December of 1943, the Panzer-Regiment "Feldherrnhalle" was rebuilt.
www.feldgrau.com /heerfp.html   (199 words)

  
 www.spinne-magazin.de die spinne - vernetzt MittelOsteuropa
Die Feldherrnhalle ist eine Nachbildung der Loggia dei Lanzi in Florenz.
Vielmehr bietet sich der Odeonsplatz durch seine Lage - großer, offener Platz, gut verkehrstechnisch zu erreichen, in der Nähe der Politik durch das Innenministerium - und seine Nähe zum Zentrum für Großveranstaltungen an.
Lediglich manche eher linkspolitische Redner oder Journalisten nehmen auf die Geschichte der Feldherrnhalle in der ersten Hälfte des 20.
spinne.theodor-heuss-kolleg.de /schwerpunkt.php3?magID=19&textID=517   (618 words)

  
 Feldherrnhalle Hitler-Putsch Florenz Vorderansicht Weblinks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Die Feldherrnhalle (es findet sich auch die Schreibweise Feldherrenhalle) ist ein Gebäude in München.
Die Feldherrnhalle wurde zu Ehren des bayerischen Heeres als südlicher Abschluss der Münchner Prachtstraße, der Ludwigstraße, errichtet.
An der Feldherrnhalle kam es zum Schusswechsel mit der bayrischen Polizei.
www.powerwissen.com /PSIu5QTYC3RjmiBbVWTWHw==_Feldherrnhalle.html   (122 words)

  
 SA-Standarte Feldherrnhalle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
и сменя името си на Feldherrnhalle през 1936 г.
Feldherrnhalle е една от единиците, които навлизат в Австрия през март 1938 и през септември същата година минава под контрола на Вермахта.
През февруари 1939 по-голямата част от представителите на Feldherrnhalle преминават към Луфтвафе (в качеството на парашутисти), а останалите са зачислени към 271-ви пехотен полк в армията.
thirdreich.boinaslava.net /sa/SAfeldherrnhalle.htm   (70 words)

  
 German-Helmets.com
To denote elite status, this insignia was changed in 1936 to that of a shield bearing the image of the Feldherrnhalle monument and another with a swastika in circle.
After the unit was transferred to the Luftwaffe in 1937, the decal combinations were changed again to include the use of the Luftwaffe eagle.
Those members who remained in the SA later stitched the decal positions by moving the Feldherrnhalle decal to the right side and the swastika shield to the left.
www.german-helmets.com /SA%20FHH%20helmets.htm   (469 words)

  
 MUNICHFOUND CITY MAGAZINE
Out of this idea came the Feldherrnhalle, a monument to the Bavarian army and graced with the statues of Field Marshals Johann Terklas, Graf von Tilly and Karl Fürst von Wrede—and two lifelike lions, which have the model “Bubi,” an early 20th-century resident at Munich’s zoo, to thank.
Designed by court architect Friedrich von Gärtner, who borrowed heavily from the 14th-century Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence, the Feldherrnhalle replaced the Schwabinger Tor and changed the character of Odeonsplatz from a quaint courtyard somewhat removed from the action, to an expansive square with none-too-faint nationalistic overtones.
Many residents would salute the guards, and then walk across the street to touch the lion’s nose to indicate their support of the monarchy, a practice that, minus the salute, continues today.
www.munichfound.de /new.cfm?news_ID=1484   (783 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Feldherrnhalle : Forgotten Elite (Stahlhelm Series): Books: Alfonso Escuadra Sanchez   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The formations which bore the title Feldherrnhalle present a paradox: élite in status and combat achievements, yet utterly obscure compared with their peers in the Waffen-SS, Luftwaffe or Army such as Leibstandarte, Das Reich, Hermann Göring or Großdeutschland.
Perhaps the Feldherrnhalle was simply too diffuse, lacking association with a celebrated personality such as ‘Sepp’ Dietrich or Felix Steiner, although studded with highly decorated individuals.
This ‘new’ Feldherrnhalle Panzergrenadier Division took the field late in 1943, distinguishing itself at Vityebsk and at Narva (the ‘Battle of the European SS’) before being annihilated during the collapse of Army Group Centre (in the summer of 1944).
www.amazon.com /Feldherrnhalle-Forgotten-Alfonso-Escuadra-Sanchez/dp/1899765662   (746 words)

  
 Munich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The "spiritual" center of Nazism was the Feldherrnhalle on the Odeonsplatz.
A memorial to the fallen putschists was erected on the east side of the Feldherrnhalle, opposite the spot in the street where the dead had fallen and the putsch had been halted.
The large slab had the names of the sixteen dead putschists, which were repeated on the interior wall of the Feldherrnhalle.
www.thirdreichruins.com /munich.htm   (2584 words)

  
 Attractions
The dominating Theatinerkirche, built in 1662, is massive in size, color, and presence.
(Another great example of "Munich Mustard") This church sits on the Odeonsplatz with another imposing giant, the Feldherrnhalle, which is a military memorial consisting of a large stone stage with pillar-and-arch front (not see here).
I have never felt such a strong sense of "heaviness" as when standing in this square.
www.munich-hotels-germany.com /attraction.htm   (261 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Feldherrnhalle: Forgotten Elite : Panzerkorps Feldherrnhalle and Antecedent Formations, Eastern and Other ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The formations which bore the title Feldherrnhalle present a paradox: élite in status and combat achievements, yet utterly obscure compared with their peers in the Waffen-SS, Luftwaffe or Army such as Leibstandarte, Das Reich, Hermann Göring or Großdeutschland.
Perhaps the Feldherrnhalle was simply too diffuse, lacking association with a celebrated personality such as ‘Sepp’ Dietrich or Felix Steiner, although studded with highly decorated individuals.
This ‘new’ Feldherrnhalle Panzergrenadier Division took the field late in 1943, distinguishing itself at Vityebsk and at Narva (the ‘Battle of the European SS’) before being annihilated during the collapse of Army Group Centre (in the summer of 1944).
www.amazon.ca /Feldherrnhalle-Forgotten-Panzerkorps-Antecedent-Formations/dp/1899765662   (450 words)

  
 Feldherrnhalle Munich
That attempt culminated in the "March to Feldherrnhalle".
Many were killed at Feldherrnhalle, Hitler was incarcereted for a few months.
The Feldherrnhalle actually is a late, that takes remembrance of the Florentine "Loggia dei Lanzi".
www.best-of-munich.com /feldherrnhalle/feldherrnhalle.html   (199 words)

  
 Feldherrenhalle- Munich, Germany - VirtualTourist.com
the feldherrnhalle, (field marshall's hall) was built by the wittelsbachs to honor bavarian generals.
the architechture of the feldherrnhalle was inspired by the loggia dei lanzi in florence.
The Feldherrnhalle was built 1841 similar to the "Loggia dei Lanzi" in Florence / Firenze.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Germany/Bavaria/Munich-36623/Things_To_Do-Munich-Feldherrenhalle-R-1.html   (578 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - German 60th Infantry Division
Reconstituted later that year, with the planned name "60th Panzergrenadier Division" being changed to Panzergrenadier Division Feldherrnhalle before its completion, on account of the large number of SA volunteers joining it.
Returned to the Russian Front in 1944, and lost again near Minsk with the destruction of Army Group Center.
Rebuilt once more as Panzer Division Feldherrnhalle 1, and returned once more to the Russian Front in early 1945.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/German_60th_Infantry_Division   (320 words)

  
 Infanterie-Ersatz-Bataillon Feldherrnhalle - Lexikon der Wehrmacht   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Kompanie vom Panzergrenadier-Ersatz-Bataillon 9 in Potsdam und unterstand der Ersatz-Brigade Feldherrnhalle.
September 1942 wurde das Bataillon in ein Infanterie-Ersatz-Bataillon Feldherrnhalle und ein Infanterie-Ausbildungs-Bataillon Feldherrnhalle geteilt.
Bataillon (Pioniere und Nachrichten) lag in Danzig, ebenfalls Wehrkreis XX.
www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de /Gliederungen/InfErsBat/InfErsBatFHH-R.htm   (150 words)

  
 Military Commanders' Hall, Munich
The Feldherrnhalle (1841-44), a 20m/65ft open loggia designed by Friedrich von Gärtner and modeled on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence, closes the vista at the south end of Ludwigstrasse in Munich.
The two lions on the steps were the work of W. Ruemann (1906); one is popularly said to be growling at the Residenz, the other to be keeping its mouth shut towards the church.
After the failure of Hitler's attempted putsch and the subsequent "March to the Feldherrnhalle", the building became a Nazi rallying-point.
www.planetware.com /munich/military-commanders-hall-d-ba-munfh.htm   (193 words)

  
 Munich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The "spiritual" center of Nazism was the Feldherrnhalle on the Odeonsplatz.
A memorial to the fallen putschists was erected on the east side of the Feldherrnhalle, opposite the spot in the street where the dead had fallen and the putsch had been halted.
The large slab had the names of the sixteen dead putschists, which were repeated on the interior wall of the Feldherrnhalle.
thirdreichruins.com /munich.htm   (2532 words)

  
 The Collector's Guild
BACKGROUND: The Feldherrnhalle, (Hall of Generals/Heroes), in Munich was the site of the unsuccessful 1923 Beer Hall Putsch in which the NSDAP, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, (National Socialist German Worker’s Party) attempted to seize governmental power and in which sixteen NSDAP members were killed by the police.
The SA, Sturmabteilung, (Storm/Assault Detachment), was originally formed in the August 1921 as a protective guard unit for the political leaders of the fledgling NSDAP, and as with the NSDAP the SA was structure along para-military lines.
Of Note: The cyphers utilized by the SA-Wachstandarte Feldherrnhalle and the assorted army Feldherrnhalle units were identical with the inclusion of the RZM markings being the only indication that this example was intended for SA personnel.
www.germanmilitaria.com /Political/photos/H52553.html   (486 words)

  
 Thema anzeigen - Feldherrnhalle-Verbände - Panzer-Archiv
Feldherrnhalle II im April 1945 in Niederösterreich, solltest Du mehr Informationen brauchen kann ich nochmal nachschauen, die Einzelheiten habe ich nicht im Kopf
April 1945 früh über Laubach hinaus nach Norden, bei dem einige französische Panzer abgeschossen wurden, erhielt die Kampfruppe gegen Mittag den Befehl zum Rückzug über die Iller.
Das Bataillon "Feldherrnhalle" aber traf bei Aitrach bereits mit auf dem Westufer der Iller nach Süden vorstoßenden Amerikanern zusammen und wich nach Süden aus.
forum.panzer-archiv.de /viewtopic.php?p=99732   (505 words)

  
 International Military Tribunal "Blue Series," Vol. 4, p. 156
As this document shows — Document 3214-PS — service in the Feldherrnhalle Regiment of the SA took the place of conscription.
The next paragraph of Document Number 3214-PS designates the requirements that must be fulfilled before the SA man can join this Feldherrnhalle Regiment, but if he fulfills those requirements he may join that regiment, and having done so, that serves the purpose or serves the function of conscription in the Wehrmacht.
STOREY: In view of the above we would expect the SA to have been used as a striking force in the first steps of the aggressive war launched by Germany and as a basis for so-called commando groups, and such was the case.
www.holocaust-history.org /works/imt/04/htm/t156.htm?size=2   (376 words)

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