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It is utterly and completely untrue to say that the tradition of holding parades and marches to celebrate a victory comes from Nazi Germany. Victory parades were held in Ancient Roman times, and have continued on and off ever since. Napoleon held a victory parade in 1810, and the Allies held parades to celebrate his defeat in 1815. There were victory ...


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https://www.deutschlandfunk.de/vornamen-ranking-marie-und-paul-sind-die-beliebteste.2849.de.html?drn:news_id=1002878 So I'm a new member without reputation. But I did hear like what Leshie wrote in "Deutschlandfunk". Don't know if that is available online. I did not find it. So that, "Deutschlandfunk" is an official Radio Station usually receivable all ...


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The news origins from a statistic of the Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache (GfdS). The Gfds made different Counts: Mohammed is number one in Berlin, if you only take into account the first firstname. Example: If a child has the firstnames "Marie Paula", only Marie is counted not Paula. If all firstnames are counted Number one for males in Berlin is ...


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No. Mohammed was not the most popular first name in Berlin 2018. The official Berlin statistics conclude something different. And at the very least: It seems not likely to be possibly true, regardless of you twist the statistics. But it depends a bit on how you count names, and whether you do that in a consistent manner. The official Ordnungsamt Berlin ...


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