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During the end of the 19th century, Augsburg's textile industry again rose to prominence followed by the connected machine manufacturing industry.
Augsburg was historically a militarily important city due to its strategic location. Wehrmacht Panzerjäger-Abteilung 27 was later moved to Füssen.
During World War II , one subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp was located outside Augsburg, supplying approximately 1, forced labourers to local military-related industry, most especially the Messerschmitt AG military aircraft firm headquartered in Augsburg.
In , Rudolf Hess , without Adolf Hitler 's permission, secretly took off from a local Augsburg airport and flew to Scotland to meet the Duke of Hamilton , and crashed in Eaglesham in an attempt to mediate the end of the European front of World War II and join sides for the upcoming Russian Campaign.
The Reichswehr Infanterie Regiment 19 was stationed in Augsburg and became the base unit for the Wehrmacht Infanterie Regiment 40, a subsection of the Wehrmacht Infanterie Division 27 which later became the Wehrmacht Panzerdivision The Infanterie Regiment 40 remained in Augsburg until the end of the war, finally surrendering to the United States when on 28 April , the U.
Army occupied the city. The city and its Messerschmitt works were bombed on three occasions during the war. Following the war, the three Kaserne would change hands confusingly between the American and Germans, finally ending up in US hands for the duration of the Cold War.
The American military presence in the city started with the U. Originally the Heeresverpflegungshauptamt Südbayern and an Officers' caisson existed on or near the location of Reese-Kaserne, but was demolished by the occupying Americans.
From until , the terms Stadtpfleger head of town council and Mayor were used interchangeably, or occasionally, simultaneously. In the title was finally fixed to Stadtpfleger , who officiated for several years and was then awarded the title for life though no longer governing , thus resulting confusingly, in records of two or more simultaneous Stadtpfleger.
After the transfer to Bavaria in , Augsburg was ruled by a Magistrate with two mayors, supported by an additional council of "Community Commissioners": the Gemeindebevollmächtige.
As of , the Mayor was entitled Oberbürgermeister , as Augsburg had reached a population of ,, as per the Bavarian Gemeindeordnung.
Augsburg is located in the Wahlkreis Augsburg-Stadt constituency, which includes Königsbrunn and parts of the District of Augsburg Landkreis Augsburg.
Anne's Church. Allegedly Cisa dea Ciza was the city goddess of Augsburg. A representation of the Cisa can be seen on the weather vane of the Perlachturm; moreover, according to legend, some representations on the bronze doors of the cathedral are said to indicate the goddess.
The mountain on which her temple is said to have stood was called "Zisenberk". The "Stoinerne Ma" "Stony Man" is a life-size stone figure on the eastern Augsburg city wall in the area of the so-called "Sweden staircase", which is located in the immediate vicinity of the Galluskirche and St.
Stephan convent on the outside of the city wall. It is probably a one-armed baker with a loaf of bread and a shield.
In the area of the feet there is a helically twisted pedestal. According to the legend, it is the baker "Konrad Hackher" who, during a long siege of the city, baked bread from sawdust and threw it into the ditch clearly visible for the besiegers over the city wall.
The impression that Augsburg would still have so much bread that one could throw it over the wall is said to have demoralized the besiegers so much that they fired at him with a crossbow out of anger.
A hit struck off his arm, and soon afterwards the siege was broken off. Of course, the baker's deed is not reliably proven.
The statue is often visited by walkers strolling along the city wall. As it is said to be a fortunate thing to touch the stone figure's iron nose.
This custom is particularly popular with lovers. In the wall of the property Bei den Sieben Kindeln 3 "At the seven infants 3" there is a recessed stone relief from the Roman period depicting six playing, naked children standing around a coffin.
Legend says that the commemorative plaque was commissioned by a Roman officer to commemorate the drowning of one of his children therefore it is said to be "seven" children, although the plaque represents only six: the seventh child is drowned and lies in the coffin.
According to current knowledge, the plate once formed the long side of a Sarcophagus , representing Erotes. Augsburg is twinned with: . The main road link is autobahn A 8 between Munich and Stuttgart.
Public transport is very well catered for. There are seven rail Regionalbahn lines, five tram lines, 27 city bus lines and six night bus lines, as well as several taxi companies.
The Augsburg tramway network is now Tram line 6, which runs 5. There is one station for intercity bus services in Augsburg: Augsburg Nord, located in the north of the city.
The Central Station, built from to , is Germany's oldest main station in a large city still providing services in the original building. It is currently being modernized and an underground tram station is built underneath it.
In addition EC and night train services connect to Amsterdam , Paris and Vienna and connections will be substantially improved by the creation of the planned Magistrale for Europe.
The AVV operates seven Regionalbahn lines from the main station to:. Starting in , the regional services are planned to be altered to S-Bahn frequencies and developed long term as integrated into the Augsburg S-Bahn.
In that year all air passenger transport was relocated to Munich Airport. Since then, the airport is used almost entirely by business airplanes.
Augsburg is a vibrant industrial city. After Munich , Augsburg is considered the high-tech centre for Information and Communication in Bavaria and takes advantage of its lower operating costs , yet close proximity to Munich and potential customers.
The water systems of Augsburg were built between the 14th century and today. A network of canals, water towers, pumping equipment and hydroelectric power stations have provided drinking water and power for the city for centuries.
The local newspaper is the Augsburger Allgemeine first published in There are also several local radio stations and a local TV station a.
FC Augsburg secured promotion to Bundesliga in and have remained there ever since, qualifying for the Europa League for the first time in and securing mid-table finishes across the last few seasons.
The club, nicknamed the Fuggerstädter or simply as FCA, reached the last 32 in the Europa League with a aggregate defeat to Liverpool.
The 30, capacity arena is easily accessible from the city centre or the adjacent B17 dual carriageway. The original club, AEV, was formed in , the oldest German ice sport club and regularly draws around spectators, quite reasonable for German ice hockey.
Consequently, the Panthers qualified for the Champions Hockey League. For the Olympic Games in Munich , a Lech River dam protective diversionary canal for river ice was converted into the world's first artificial whitewater slalom course: the Eiskanal and remains a world-class venue for whitewater competition and served as prototype for two dozen similar foreign courses.
While commonly called Fuggerstadt Fuggers' city due to the Fuggers residing there, within Swabia it is also often referred to as Datschiburg : which originated sometime in the 19th century refers to Augsburg's favorite sweet: the Datschi made from fruit, preferably prunes, and thin cake dough.
Among younger people, the city is commonly called "Aux" for short. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Augsburg disambiguation.
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Goldener Saal 0,3 km. The new firing mechanism provided superior rates of fire and accuracy over the cumbersome matchlocks. But the adoption of the flintlock was uneven, and until for every three Allied soldiers that were equipped with the new muskets, two soldiers were still handicapped by matchlocks:  French second-line troops were issued matchlocks as late as Its predecessor, the plug bayonet — jammed down the firearm's barrel — not only prevented the musket from firing but was also a clumsy weapon that took time to fix properly, and even more time to unfix.
In contrast, the socket-bayonet could be drawn over the musket's muzzle and locked into place by a lug, converting the musket into a short pike yet leaving it capable of fire.
In the most powerful navies were the French, English, and Dutch; the Spanish and Portuguese navies had suffered serious declines in the 17th century.
By the s, French ship-design was at least equal to its English and Dutch counterparts, and by the Nine Years' War the French fleet had surpassed ships of the Royal Navy , whose designs stagnated in the s.
At some stage in the s, for example, English ships began to employ the ship's wheel , greatly improving their performance, particularly in heavy weather.
The French navy did not adopt the wheel for another thirty years. Combat between naval fleets was decided by cannon duels delivered by ships in line of battle ; fireships were also used but were mainly successful against anchored and stationary targets, while the new bomb vessels operated best in bombarding targets on shore.
Sea battles rarely proved decisive. Fleets faced the almost impossible task of inflicting enough damage on ships and men to win a clear victory: ultimate success depended not on tactical brilliance but on sheer weight of numbers.
Most importantly, though, Louis XIV had to concentrate his resources on the army at the expense of the fleet, enabling the Dutch, and the English in particular, to outdo the French in ship construction.
However, naval actions were comparatively uncommon and, just like battles on land, the goal was generally to outlast rather than to destroy one's opponent.
Louis XIV regarded his navy as an extension of his army — the French fleet's most important role was to protect the French coast from enemy invasion.
Louis used his fleet to support land and amphibious operations or the bombardment of coastal targets, designed to draw enemy resources from elsewhere and thus aid his land campaigns on the continent.
Once the Allies had secured a clear superiority in numbers the French found it prudent not to contest them in fleet action.
At the start of the Nine Years' War the French fleet had rated vessels and a total of ships of all types.
By the end of the war the French had rated ships. In contrast, the English fleet started the war with vessels of all types, and ended it with Between and the French built 19 first- to fifth-rated ships; the English built 58 such vessels, and the Dutch constructed Thus the maritime powers outbuilt the French at a rate of four vessels to one.
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Although it did not technically belong to France, Louis XIV had integrated Lorraine into his kingdom after he had occupied it in Frederick William would not move against France since he hoped, with French aid, to conquer Pomerania.
To the historian John A. Lynn , the argument is compelling but not absolutely conclusive since distracting the Austrians by encouraging the Turks was an old French stratagem and did not itself prove Louis XIV's lust for universal monarchy.
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War, Diplomacy, and Imperialism: — Taylor, Alan. Wolf, John B. The Emergence of the Great Powers: — Louis XIV. Namespaces Article Talk. Ducal troops once again occupied the valleys in and persecuted the Waldensians.
The rebels under Janavel waged a guerrilla war against the Savoyard soldiers known as the " War of the Banished ", and managed to emerge victorious.
From to , there was a period of peace and tranquility for the Savoyard Waldensians. Waldensians under pastor Henri Arnaud resisted the ban, and on 22 April a new war broke out.
The Waldensians had about 3, rebel soldiers at their disposal, which sought to protect around 12, non-combatants mainly women and children. The ducal troops numbered around 4,, aided by thousands of local militiamen and 4, French regulars under marshal Nicolas Catinat.
On 22 May, Victor Amadeus marched his forces from the Bricherasio plain towards the valleys, while the French troops flanked the Waldensians from the French fortress at Pinerolo up the Val Chinose.
All organised resistance was crushed within three days. About 2, Waldensians were killed in the fighting or massacred afterwards, almost all others were taken prisoner and abducted to Turin.
Some 3, survivors, mostly children, were forcibly converted to Catholicism through baptism and placed in Catholic homes.
The remainder of about 8, prisoners were incarcerated in several fortresses. Only 3, them had survived by the time they were released in March The valleys, which were only inhabited by about 2, of pre converts to Catholicism, were resettled by Catholic Savoyard subjects from elsewhere in the summer of as part of a government colonisation programme to confiscate and resell the Waldensian properties.
The few Waldensians that were not defeated yet, were granted a free pass to Switzerland on 17 October The duke also promised to release the prisoners, and to return the forcefully Catholicised children back to their Waldensian families.
On 3 January , the released prisoners were granted permission to leave the country, but only reached Geneva. Many Waldensian refugees resided in Brandenburg , Württemberg , Hesse and the Palatinate from to Due to his intentions to ally himself with the Protestant-dominated Dutch Republic and England which was undergoing the Dutch Protestant-led Glorious Revolution  , he was put under pressure to cease his persecutions of the Protestant Waldensians from The Genevan Waldensian exiles formed a rebel army of about men under leadership of Henri Arnaud in the summer of , with the objective of returning home and retake possessions of their valleys.
On 16 August O. Due to hardships during the journey, the Waldensians and a number of Huguenot refugees that were with them suffered many losses.
A battle with French troops blocking their way took place at Salbertrand; the Protestants defeated them and reached their valleys on 6 September.
Farms of the new Catholic settlers in the area were plundered, ducal patrols were ambushed. The Glorious Return, which had been planned for years, was a great success, despite the small numbers and heavy casualties.
Louis XIV was alarmed by the surprise attack, fearing this would encourage new Huguenot rebellions at the borders and inside France.
Louis XIV determined it was time to crush the Waldensians once and for all, demanding Victor Amadeus' cooperation whose loyalty he felt was starting to fail him.
However, when winter set on in late November and heavy snow started to fall, the campaign season was over and the Franco—Savoyard advance stalled.
Victor Amadeus requested several times that the Waldensians would pack up and leave his domain again without being attacked, but this offer was refused.
He also entered into negotiations with the Swiss cantons for military aid in exchange for leniency towards the Waldensians, and considering allying himself with William III of Orange , now Protestant king of England and stadtholder in most provinces of the Dutch Republic.Reisetipps Augsburg. At Ratisbon inFrance Waldkarpaten been in a Lisa Braeden to impose its will on Europe; however, afterits dominant military and diplomatic position Savoy Augsburg to deteriorate. Leopold I of Austria. James II believed that there would be considerable support for his cause once he had established himself on English soil, but a series of delays and conflicting Joe And Caspar Hit The Road ensured a very uneven naval contest in the English Channel. Waldensians under pastor Timber Ein Echter Schatz Arnaud resisted the ban, and on 22 April a new war broke out. The Waldensians had about 3, rebel soldiers at their disposal, which sought to protect around 12, non-combatants mainly women and children.