Knittel

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Codex Guelferbytanus A - History
... Franz Anton Knittel (1721–1792) discovered it in the Ducal Library of Wolfenbüttel ... Knittel recognized two palimpsest Greek texts of the New Testament in the codex and designated them by A and B ... Knittel published in 1762 Gothic text of the codex (Codex Carolinus) at Brunswick ...
Gustav Knittel - Wartime Career
... before the German invasion of France and the Low Countries Knittel was transferred to the 15th (motorcycle) company of the Leibstandarte ... Knittel took part in the Battle of France saw action at Wormhout and Bollezeele and was awarded the Iron cross 2nd class before he was wounded while leading the attack on Saint-Pourçain-sur-S ... Aufklärungsabteilung LSSAH (Reconnaissance Battalion LSSAH) in Metz in late 1940 he assigned Knittel as commander of the 4th (heavy) company ...
Gustav Knittel - Trial and Imprisonment
... In May 1945 Knittel returned to his family in Neu-Ulm but soon decided to hide on a farm near Stuttgart ... Knittel was imprisoned in the CIC prison in Ulm and interrogated by Thomas ... Knittel later claimed that he was physically abused by his guards but Thomas denied this accusation ...
John Knittel
... John Knittel, originally Hermann Emanuel Knittel (March 24, 1891 in Dharwar, India - April 26, 1970 in Maienfeld, Graubünden) was a Swiss writer ...
John Knittel - Bibliography
... Reto Carisch Der Romancier John Knittel ... Elisabeth Höhn-Gloor John Knittel ... Elisabeth Knöll John Knittel ...