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Babysitter, 04103
12,99 € *
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Hello and welcome! My name is Lily and I love kids with all my heart ♥ I would love to help parents to provide the highest level of care for their children when they can’t do it themselves. I have experience sitting with babies since I have brother who is 10 years younger than me! I have been helping my parents since my little bro was born, so I know how challenging it can be. Currently, I am a student at the University of Leipzig, however, I will always manage to find time to take care of your kids. I'm excited to meet your family and looking forward to helping you!

Anbieter: HalloFamilie
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Fernbus Simulator Steam Key GLOBAL
16,72 € *
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Fernbus Simulator is the first game of the genre which focuses on intercity routesFernbus Simulator is not the first bus driving simulator in history. In fact, there were many of them before. However, the Fernbus Simulator is the first title, which focuses so much on intercity routes. Usually bus simulators provide you with one city, where you travel from one bus stop to another. In Fernbus Simulator you're driving a coach bus through more than 20 000 km of roads in Germany. Thanks to cooperation with FlixBus, the roads are accurate and realistic. Furthermore, you will be able to visit 40 most important cities in Germany. Cities like Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Leipzig, Dresden, Bremen, Dortmund, and Hannover are waiting for you.Various events and dynamic weatherBeing a bus driver is not an easy task. Long travels, annoying passengers and most importantly, various events on the road. Unfortunately, you're not alone hence something might happen. Traffic jams or accidents are regular in your job. At the same time you have a schedule to follow. Hence, you have to think fast what to do in certain situations. It might be better sometimes, to simply avoid the highway if you know, that there is a traffic jam. Furthermore, there is a dynamic weather which you also have to take into consideration. During the rainy weather, you simply cannot drive as fast as when there is a sunny day.Take care of your passengersBeing the bus driver is not only about you know, driving. You also have to take care of your passengers. First of all you have to check, if they have tickets. Sometimes, they might buy the wrong one or simply try to cheat. This is why you have to be careful. Furthermore, you need to remember to open the storage cabinet to give passengers their belongings. What is also important, during the travel passengers might ask you about certain things. For example, they might like some music or opening windows. You need to take all these aspects into consideration. Passengers should be happy with your services.Look out for policeFernbus Simulator is not GTA, you are not allowed to break the law. Even the smallest mistake might cost you. Driving 85 km/h instead 80 km/h? Police catches you and you have to pay a big fine. Obviously it is going to be taken from your earnings. Being a bus driver is not easy. On the other hand, there are so much things which you are going to love about this. Get on your bus and start the adventure.

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Leipzig In A New Light
19,80 € *
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What makes Philipp Kirschner's photographs of his hometown so special is his eye for the extraordinary. Capturing the mysterious light of sunset, rare views and angles, the symbiosis of a thousand years of history with the vibrant spirit of new beginnings, the pictures in this book truly show Leipzig at its most attractive. Moreover, each and every photograph is a declaration of love for the city, no matter whether it presents familiar sights or concealed aspects not even locals are aware of. In addition, Leipzig writer Bernd Weinkauf briefly explains the background to each photo, making sure that when you're next out and about, you'll see Leipzig in a new light!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Leipzig In A New Light
20,40 € *
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What makes Philipp Kirschner's photographs of his hometown so special is his eye for the extraordinary. Capturing the mysterious light of sunset, rare views and angles, the symbiosis of a thousand years of history with the vibrant spirit of new beginnings, the pictures in this book truly show Leipzig at its most attractive. Moreover, each and every photograph is a declaration of love for the city, no matter whether it presents familiar sights or concealed aspects not even locals are aware of. In addition, Leipzig writer Bernd Weinkauf briefly explains the background to each photo, making sure that when you're next out and about, you'll see Leipzig in a new light!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.10.2020
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The Battle of Leipzig: The History and Legacy o...
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Though Napoleon Bonaparte's unquenchable thirst for military adventurism eventually cost him both his throne and his freedom during the Napoleonic Wars of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the French emperor was not easily defeated, even when most of Europe's nations united against him. Two military setbacks, on a scale unprecedented in history, were required before the high tide of Napoleon's success began to ebb towards the final denouement of the Hundred Days and the famous Battle of Waterloo. The incredible losses inflicted on Napoleon's Grand Armee by the ill-fated invasion of Russia in 1812 constituted the first setback that switched the Corsican's life journey from the road of success to that of defeat and exile. A huge, veteran, highly experienced force, the French Army of Napoleon perished on the rain-soaked tracks and sun-seared plains of Russia. Napoleon eventually committed over 400,000 men to his Russian project, but at the end of a relatively brief campaign, only about 40,000 men returned to Germany alive, and the Russians took some 100,000 prisoner and largely absorbed them into the Russian military or population. The remainder died, principally from starvation, but also through enemy action and the bitter cold of early winter. The failed Russian invasion set the stage for the second defeat at Leipzig, which essentially sealed the fate of Napoleon's empire. The four-day Battle of Leipzig in October 1813, romantically - but accurately - dubbed the "Battle of the Nations", proved the decisive encounter of the War of the Sixth Coalition and essentially determined the course the Napoleonic Wars took from that moment forward. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Phillip J. Mather. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/034128/bk_acx0_034128_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Legacy, a Musical Indictment: Episode 2: The Re...
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Hip-hop meets history in this four-part musical series about Martin Luther, the Father of the Protestant Reformation. In Episode 2, Martin Luther is at the peak of his popularity with the German people. The Pope and his cronies, however, are hell-bent on taking the wayward priest down. With the help of his nemesis, Johann Von Eck, Martin is lured into a battle of wits at the Leipzig Debate. Though Martin wins the battle, it looks as though he's lost the war when the mouthy monk finds himself on trial before the Pope himself. It will take faith - and a few good friends - to get Martin out of this alive. Complete cast includes: Brant Rotnem, Davon Williams, Robert Fleet, Amanda Hootman, TR Krupa, Tony Gonzalez, Kira Alvarez , Darrell Philips, Damian Sandolo, Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper, Declan Meagher, Brad Simanski, Jonathan Langley, Elizabeth Dubberley, and Nick Dubberley. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: T. R. Krupa, Damian Sandolo, Tony Gonzalez, Brant Rotnem, Davon Williams, Kira Alvarez, Declan Meagher, Elizabeth Dubberley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/090880/bk_acx0_090880_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Blue Night , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 370min
9,95 € *
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After convicting a superior for corruption and shooting off a gangster's crown jewels, the career of Hamburg's most hard-bitten state prosecutor, Chastity Riley, has taken a nosedive: she has been transferred to the tedium of witness protection to prevent her making any more trouble. However, when she is assigned to the case of an anonymous man lying under police guard in hospital - almost every bone in his body broken, a finger cut off, and refusing to speak in anything other than riddles - Chastity's instinct for the big, exciting case kicks in. Using all her powers of persuasion, she soon gains her charge's confidence and finds herself on the trail to Leipzig, a new ally and a whole heap of lethal synthetic drugs. When she discovers that a friend and former colleague is trying to bring down Hamburg's Albanian mafia kingpin single-handedly, it looks like Chas Riley's dull life on witness protection really has been short-lived.... Fresh, fiendishly fast-paced and full of devious twists and all the hard- boiled poetry and ascerbic wit of the best noir, Blue Night marks the stunning start of a brilliant new crime series, from one of Germany's best-selling authors. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gabrielle Baker. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/032189/bk_adbl_032189_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.10.2020
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The Collapse: The Accidental Opening of the Ber...
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The Berlin Wall was erected in 1961 to end all traffic between the city’s two halves: the democratic west and the communist east. The iconic symbol of a divided Europe, the Wall became a focus of western political pressure on East Germany; as Ronald Reagan’s famously said in a 1987 speech in Berlin, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” But as award-winning historian Mary Sarotte shows in The Collapse , the opening of the Wall on November 9, 1989 was not, as is commonly believed, the East German government’s deliberate concession to outside influence. It was an accident. A carelessly worded memo written by mid-level bureaucrats, a bumbling press conference given by an inept member of the East German Politburo, the negligence of government leaders, the bravery of ordinary people in East and West Berlin - these combined to bring about the end of nearly 40 years of oppression, fear, and enmity in divided Berlin. When the news broke, Washington and Moscow could only stand by and watch as Tom Brokaw and other journalists narrated the televised broadcast of this critical moment in the thawing of the cold war. Sarotte opens her story in the months leading up to that fateful day. Following East German dissidents, she shows how their efforts coalesced around opposition to the regime’s restrictions on foreign travel. The city of Leipzig, close to the border with Czechoslovakia, became a hothouse of activism, and protests there quickly grew into massive demonstrations. The East German Politburo hoped to limit its citizens’ knowledge of these marches, but two daring dissidents, East Berliners Aram Radomski and Siegbert Schefke, managed to evade the Stasi and film the largest of them from a church tower. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elisabeth Rodgers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019405/bk_adbl_019405_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.10.2020
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Zombies of Berlin , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 99min
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For generations, the big city has promised romance, danger, opportunity. But what happens when you wake up one hungover morning and realize the promise is gone...along with your cheap apartment? That your whole existence in Berlin - 10 years of easy living based on cheap rent and the ability to just barely make it in the creative industry - was just a historical accident, the cheap rent and Bohemian setting products of a perverse economy, a miracle that couldn't possibly last? What does it do to your sense of place to realize that Berlin is following cluelessly in New York's footsteps, from artsy wonderland to real estate boondoggle? Does that mean Berlin, like New York, is over? Or does it come back to you: Deep down, does it mean that you can't afford to go on fooling yourself? Part amateur sociology, part autobiographical journey, Zombies of Berlin explores Ralph Martin's experience of gentrification in Berlin and New York and the dawning horror that these cities have windows of raw beauty: Blink and you might miss them. The author takes an anxiety-fueled trip to Leipzig to check out the 'better Berlin', with distinctly mixed results, thrown back upon himself as he tries to figure out whether we shouldn't all just move to the country. Zombies is not a political pamphlet but a hauntingly melancholic and comical journey: a vivid portrait of status anxiety in the age of real estate. Ralph Martin is an ex-New Yorker, writer, and journalist. His work has appeared in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, in the New York Times, and elsewhere. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eric Jason Martin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/026507/bk_adbl_026507_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.10.2020
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