Proto-Orchester Berlin - Schlacht Bei Sedan / Parade Vor S. M. Kaiser Wilhelm II mp3 album
- Performer: Proto-Orchester Berlin
- Title: Schlacht Bei Sedan / Parade Vor S. M. Kaiser Wilhelm II
- Genre: Military
- Formats: AUD ASF AUD RA ADX DTS TTA
- MP3 album: 1165 mb
- FLAC album: 1384 mb
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Proto-Orchester Berlin – Schlacht Bei Sedan, Parade Vor S. M. Kaiser Wilhelm II. Label: "Aste" Schallplatte – No. 50025. A. Schlacht Bei Sedan. B. Parade Vor S. Companies, etc. Record Company – August Stukenbrok, Einbeck.
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a Protestant church affiliated with the Evangelical Church in Berlin, Brandenburg and Silesian Upper Lusatia, a regional body of the Evangelical Church in Germany. It is located in Berlin on the Kurfürstendamm in the centre of the Breitscheidplatz. The original church on the site was built in the 1890s. It was badly damaged in a bombing raid in 1943.
The second SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, named for the German Emperor, was a 19,361 gross ton passenger ship built at Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland). The ship was completed in the spring of 1903. The ship was seized by the . Government during World War I, and subsequently served as a transport ship under the name USS Agamemnon
In honour of Wilhelm I, the first German Kaiser, his grandson Wilhelm II planned a magnificent church, which was built by Franz Schwechten between 1891 and 1895 in the Neo-Romantic style. With five spires, the bombastic design reflected the tastes of the time and that of the Kaiser. The church bells were the second biggest in Germany after Cologne, and when the church was inaugurated, the five bells rang so loudly that the wolves in the zoo started howling. During the Second World War, the chimes stopped and the five bells were melted down for munitions.
Regiment (center has an inset printed image of the Regiment's shoulder board strap) made of stamped brass (pin staff missing) with a celluloid photo printed image of Kaiser Wilhelm II inset into a Flag surrounded by decorations of the Imperial.
The Gedächtniskirche or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the symbolic centre of West Berlin, an anti-war memorial to peace and reconciliation. Built between 1891 and 1895 in neo-Romanesque style in memory of Kaiser Wilhelm I, the first German Emperor (1861-1888, by Franz Schwechten in neo-Romanesque style, it was damaged on December 23rd, 1943 and subsequently almost completely destroyed during the April 1945 air-raids. Emperor Wilhelm II Memorial Church.
|A||Schlacht Bei Sedan|
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- Record Company – August Stukenbrok, Einbeck