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In the News (Tue 18 Sep 18)

  Stadtroda | Stadtroda
Schon frühzeitig war Stadtroda als Stadt anzusehen, denn 1251 werden "civis", d.h.
Die Reformation in Thüringen leitete die Auflösung des Klosters ein, die sich mit dem Tod der letzten Nonne 1535 endgültig vollzog.
Aus diesem "Genesungshaus" von 1848 entwickelte sich die heute weithin bekannte Asklepios Fachklinikum Stadtroda GmbH.
www.stadtroda.de /index.php?article_id=15   (626 words)

  Stadtroda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stadtroda (Roda until 1925) is a town of 6,293 people, located in Thuringia, Germany.
Stadtroda lies on the Roda river, a tributary of the Saale.
According to some sources, Faust was born in Roda in 1480.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stadtroda   (97 words)

 Saale-Holzland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) the district Burgenlandkreis in Saxony-Anhalt, the district-free city Gera, the districts Greiz, Saale-Orla, Saalfeld-Rudolstadt, Weimarer Land and the district-free city Jena.
The district was created in 1994 by merging the previous districts Eisenberg, Jena and Stadtroda.
When the district Roda (later Stadtroda) was originally created in 1922 it already covered nearly the area of the current district.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saale-Holzland   (283 words)

 trivago travel guide - Stadtroda
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www.trivago.co.uk /stadtroda-29407   (129 words)

 adolfhitler.ws   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is alleged that she was the arbiter of life and death at the women?s and children?s psychiatric wards of Stadtroda Hospital, in eastern Germany, and was called "The Harvester" by other medical staff because she "gathered up corpses".
In addition, the investigation has uncovered claims that Albrecht wrote a report recommending the "mercy killing" of 24 mentally handicapped children from an institution near Jena, when she was an assisting physician to the head of the ward.
She added she did not know what happened to the majority of "untreatable patients in the ward who were looked after by nursing staff".
www.adolfhitler.ws /print.php?sid=86   (469 words)

 Warrant Officer Basil Cotton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On August 21st 1942 I was moved to the hospital at Egendorf, near Stadtroda, in the central part of Germany.
Shortly after returning to Egendorf I was sent back to Stadtroda on June 13th 1943, where I stayed for about 5 weeks and started to learn chess, taught by a Russian, before being put on a train to Mohlsdorf on August 21st.
At Stadtroda the cooking was based on a liquid fat which may have caused the jaundice.
www.pegasus-one.org /pow/basil_cotton.htm   (2688 words)

 History News Network
It has only come to light because of evidence unearthed in East German Stasi secret police files, which showed that her activities during the Nazi era were covered up by the communist regime.
Last week, state prosecutors in Gera formally charged Professor Albrecht with the murder of one 34-year-old mentally handicapped woman at Germany's Stadtroda Hospital in 1941 and with complicity in the killing of a further 158 female patients in her care between 1940 and 1942.
The deaths were among an estimated 900 "euthanasia" killings at the hospital in accordance with Nazi doctrine, which stipulated the mentally handicapped were a "useless burden" on the German people.
hnn.us /readcomment.php?id=30814   (680 words)

 Deutsche Wappen (Gemeindewappen Kreiswappen) - German Civic Heraldry - STADTRODA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The arms show a castle, a typical symbol on the seals of medieval cities.
The castle of Stadtroda appeared on the seals since the 15th century.
All later seals and images have shown the castle, although the shape often changed.
www.ngw.nl /int/dld/s/stadtrod.htm   (163 words)

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