Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 (repost)

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 (repost)

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 by Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibai, Brigitte Maréchal and Christian Moe Edited by Jørgen S. Nielsen
English | ISBN 10: 9004184759 | 2010 | PDF | 712 pages | 2,2 MB

The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe provides an up-to-date account of the situation of Muslims in Europe. Covering 46 countries of Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals, the Yearbook consists of three sections: the first section presents a country-by-country summary of essential data with basic statistics with evaluations of their reliability, surveys of legal status and arrangements, organisations, etc.

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 (repost)

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 (repost)

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Vol. 2 by Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibai, Brigitte Maréchal and Christian Moe Edited by Jørgen S. Nielsen
English | ISBN 10: 9004184759 | 2010 | PDF | 712 pages | 2,2 MB

Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Lili Marleen (1981)

Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Lili Marleen (1981)

Lili Marleen (1981)
120 min | XviD 624x384 | 1532 kb/s | 23.976 fps | 92 kb/s MP3 | 2CDs 1.36 GB + 3% recovery record
German | Subtitles: English, Italian and Spanish .srt | Genre: Drama

Willie is a German cabaret singer working in Zurich. She is in love with Robert, a Jewish anti-Nazi activist and composer. When Willie's version of Robert's song "Lili Marleen" becomes a hit with the German troops, she becomes synonymous with the song, with the Third Reich and the war effort, feted as a national icon and celebrated even by the Führer himself. Enraged that his son's work has been co-opted by anti-Semites, Robert's father plays a cruel trick on the couple, forcing them apart. But the two cannot forget one another, and they each determine to risk everything for the one they love.

Lili Marleen es la historia de una canción que, durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, llegó a convertirse en todo un himno, primero del nazismo y posteriormente extendido hasta el bando aliado. En 1936, Norbert Schultze, un pianista de cabaret, le puso música a la letra que había compuesto años atrás un soldado alemán, y tres años más tarde la grababa en disco una bella pero mediocre cantante llamada Lale Andersen. El resultado fue el éxito y una popularidad sin límite para Lale, que fue entonces monopolizada por los servicios de propaganda del III Reich.