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the-original-supermodels · 2 months ago
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Top Models 92 - Max Germany (1992) Karen Mulder, Christy Turlington,Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford & Claudia Schiffer
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niuniuyork · 3 years ago
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Christy Turlington by Arthur Elgort for Max Germany, July 1990
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germanpostwarmodern · a month ago
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Mortuary Chapel of the Crematorium (1971-73) of Waldfriedhof Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany, by Max Bächer
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watermelonseb · 8 months ago
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Mick being asked about if he wants Max to be WDC so his dad’s record stays and being all political in his answer
And then Seb just going: “I hope Max wins [so lewis doesn’t break the record]”
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maxieattaxie · 9 months ago
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haha suck it loser get kugelschreiber'd
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subtilitas · 8 months ago
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Max Dudler - Railway museum, Bochum 2019. Photos (C) Stefan Müller.
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blunt-science · 8 months ago
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In WW2, George de Hevesy dissolved the 2 gold Nobel Prizes of Laue and Franck to conceal them from the Nazis. This liquid was left unnoticed on a shelf until after the war when Hevesy extracted the gold from the acid, which the Nobel Society then recast into medals for Laue and Franck.
German Physicists Max Von Laue and James Franck were both strong objectors of Nazism and were renowned academics, leaving them vulnerable under the tyranny of the Nazi Party. They had sent their gold Nobel prizes to scientist Niels Bohr at his institute in Copenhagen for safe keeping when the Nazi’s were establishing power in their own country.
However, the sending of gold under The Third Reich was a capitol offence and when Denmark eventually came under the power of the Germans, the discovery of these medals would’ve resulted in the persecution of these two scientists who were already in danger. Thanks to de Hevesy’s skill as a chemist, the medals were concealed from the Germans and were returned to their rightful owners after the war. 
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itcars · 5 months ago
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BMW Z4 Roadster
Images by Max Otto || IG
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Sepultura -  Holiday in Cambodia (Dead Kennedys cover)
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kweenphia · 3 months ago
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Ralf seeing macs show lewis the middle finger and jokingly saying he was just ”stretching his finger“ because “you have to do that after holding the wheel for a long time“ I‘m actually gonna commit murder 🙂🙂🙂
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the-original-supermodels · 5 months ago
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Topmodels 92 - MAX Germany (1992) Karen Mulder
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black-is-no-colour · 2 months ago
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Kendall Jenner, photographed by Dan Martensen and styled by Max Ortega for Vogue Germany December 2021
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germanpostwarmodern · 6 months ago
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During the 1970s German architect Max Bächer intensely dealt with architecture, fascism and fascist architecture. Triggered by what Bächer perceived as fascist tendencies in contemporary architecture he held lectures, got in touch with Albert Speer and even planned a book about fascist architecture. Recently M Books released Frederike Lausch’s excellent study „Architektur und Faschismus - Max Bächers Auseinandersetzung mit Albert Speer“, a close examination of the architect’s dialogue with Speer and fascist architecture based on the analysis of his expansive archive at Deutsches Architekturmuseum. What results from the latter is a very differentiated perspective on Max Bächer’s struggle with Neoclassicism, fascism, the expression of power and subjugation in architecture and contemporary architectural discourses. Against the backdrop of what he perceived as the unreflected use of historical architectural models and styles (e.g. in the work of the Krier brothers) Bächer drew comparisons to the prestige buildings of the Third Reich, often on the sole basis of outward similarities. This mode of rather superficial analysis is also the core of Bächer’s polemics: what he regarded as the return of fascist principles in architecture he at the same time wasn’t able to pinpoint. Bächer’s slide collection used during his lectures includes the Bielefeld Kunsthalle by Philip Johnson or the Mainz Town Hall by Arne Jacobsen and Otto Weitling, certainly buildings representing power and aplomb but where they are fascist he wasn’t able to explain convincingly. On the other hand Bächer also was a fierce opponent of any type of ideology and also the use of the label „fascistic“ as knockout argument in contemporary architectural discourse.
As the examples show Max Bächer’s attitude is complex, not completely stringent and thus illustrates that it is virtually impossible to classify architecture as fascist based on style alone. But it seems to have been his concern, especially in his position as professor, to his inform his students about the role and position of the architect with regards to ideology and political systems. Friederike Lausch‘s study is a pivotal read on the intellectual currents of post-1968 architecture in Germany, an honest portrait of Max Bächer‘s efforts and struggles during these times.
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maxieattaxie · 9 months ago
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nataliepinkham · 8 months ago
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seventeenlovesthree · 11 months ago
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Sensible move from [football magazine] 11FREUNDE: Instead of exclaiming "one should finally come out of the closet" as usual, this time it's about 800 football players that say: you can count on us. #homosexuality #homophobia #bundesliga [X]
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cafeinevitable · 8 months ago
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Oderteich | Germany
The 5k m hike around the Oderteich is filled with the beautiful sights and sounds of nature. Even if it means getting up quite early, it’s a perfect way to start the day.
- ph. Max Fischer
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subtilitas · a year ago
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Max Otto Zitzelsberger - Outdoor classrooms for disabled students, located on the grounds of a former treatment plant, Berngau 2019 Photos (C) Sebastian Schels.
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Sepultura -  Lobotomy
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toosmallortootall · 3 months ago
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