The normal ballpark estimate of how much heat a person gives off is comparison to a 100W (sometime 120W) incandescent light bulb. The Theater an der Wien had a capacity of 2,000 in Beethoven's time, which was more than sufficient to heat a building in temperatures only near freezing.
Originally, it was “more spacious than any in Vienna”, with a capacity ...
The answer would go something like this:
Civilisation means some kind of organised society in which humans live in close proximity to each other.
The humans, in the Freudian picture, are subject to internal drives, predominantly related to sex and generated by important figures such as mothers and fathers.
In civilisations such as that of Vienna drives ...
The standard of real and genuine voluntarism, without consequence other than equivalent fatigue duties, in Jew and Slav hunting is well known and a commonplace in the scholarly literature. (Browning 1992 Ordinary men; Klee 1988 The Good Old Days). This holds for all theatres.
If it's true, you could simply refuse to cooperate with the SS and nothing bad ...
This is what we are talking about:
E: (Map of the Czech Republic present day borders with relative ethnic German inhabitants around 1930 marked in colour. Source: WP: Deutschböhmen und Deutschmährer)
That means the vast majority of ethnic or linguistically German people were near the border of Germany, and not that many really ...
It seems that Alexander and Francis were both present at the start of the battle, although I can find no sources that claim Francis remained with the allied armies after that. Alexander certainly seems to have remained in the vicinity all day, although he played little part in the battle.
Although Tsar Alexander and Emperor Francis were nominally ...