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[#알쓸신잡1] 상,하편을 읽었는데 '중'편이 있었다? 김영하가 무인도에 가져갈 딱 하나의 책!

#알쓸신잡_시즌1 EP9 #09
잡학박사들이 무인도에 가져갈 ′한 권의 책′

tvN 알쓸신잡 시즌1 (2017) :
유시민, 김영하, 황교익, 정재승의 지식 대방출 향연! 국내를 여행하면서 다양한 관점의 이야기를 펼쳐 딱히 쓸데는 없지만 알아두면 흥이 나는 신비한 '수다 여행'

☞ 1편부터 정주행하기 : https://bit.ly/2ZnmVf1
tvN : [#알쓸신잡] 시즌1 정주행하기
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgbB1gJhmG7B9Qd9-oukgLg2hO5n_CVpr
권동혁 : ㅋㅋ무인도에 갈거면 무인도에서 살아남기 들고가야지
바밤바 : 무인도에 가져갈 책을 골라라의 의미
문과:내 인생 마지막의 책
이과:내 인생 마지막이 되지 않도록 도와줄 책
무상무 : 지식인들의 대화는 지루할 틈이 없겠다....
사라진너 : 문과는 사색하며 서서히 죽어가는 것을 선택하고 이과는 도구를 만들어 생존할 생각을 하네ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

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Heckerlied [German folk song][+English translation]

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Hecker

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Wenn die Leute fragen, wenn die Leute fragen,
wenn die Leute fragen: "Lebt der Hecker noch?"
Könnt ihr ihnen sagen, könnt ihr ihnen sagen
Könnt ihr Ihnen sagen: "Ja er lebet noch."

Er hängt an keinem Baum, und er hängt an keinem Strick
Er hängt an seinem Traum Von der freien Republik
Er hängt an keinem Baum, und er hängt an keinem Strick
Er hängt an seinem Traum Von der freien Republik

An den Darm der Pfaffen, An den Darm der Pfaffen
An den Darm der Pfaffen hängt den Edelmann
Laßt ihn dran erschlaffen, Laßt ihn dran erschlaffen
Laßt ihn dran erschlaffen, hängt ihn drauf und dran

Ja 33 Jahre währt die Sauerei
Wir sind keine Knechte, wir sind alle frei
Ja 33 Jahre währt die Sauerei
Wir sind keine Knechte, wir sind alle frei

Schmiert die Guillotine, Schmiert die Guillotine
Schmiert die Guillotine mit Tyrannenfett!
Reisst die Konkubine, Reisst die Konkubine
Reisst die Konkubine aus dem Pfaffenbett !

Ja 33 Jahre währt die Sauerei
Wir sind keine Knechte, wir sind alle frei
Ja 33 Jahre währt die Sauerei
Wir sind keine Knechte, wir sind alle frei

Fürstenblut muss fließen, Fürstenblut muss fließen
Fürstenblut muss fließen fließen stiefeldick !
Und daraus ersprießen, Und daraus ersprießen
Und daraus ersprieß'n die freie Republik

Ja hunderttausend Jahre währt die Knechtschaft schon
Nieder mit den Hunden von der Reaktion
Ja hunderttausend Jahre währt die Knechtschaft schon
Nieder mit den Hunden von der Reaktion


#hecker #revolution #germany #song #history #drludwig #german
230pd : A german while coding: Ich bin Hecker Mann
岡田茂吉 Mokichi Okada : We Japanese wish for Germany and Germans happiness.Thank you for the great video. God bless Germany and Germans. I hope for the further development of the friendship between Japan and Germany.                                                                                            
Japan won the battle with Germany in the 1914 Battle of Qingdao, and many German prisoners of war were brought to Japan.It is a story in The Bando POW camp.Toyohisa Matsue was chosen as the chief of the Bando Camp.Matsue was a soldier of the Japanese Army. He ordered his men not to treat German POW absolutely like a criminal.He ordered his men to treat the German POWs with kindness.Japan did not want a war with Germany. At that time, Britain and Japan were allies. There was a request from the United Kingdom, and it became a battle with Germany.There were about 1000 German prisoners of war who came to the Bando camp.At this time, the Japanese government decided to introduce German technology to Japan from Germans.
                                                                                                            
 Japan ordered each camp to receive guidance from German soldiers in all areas.There were leaders in each of the German prisoners of war, such as politics, economics, teaching of musical instruments, bread making, sausages, whiskeys, beer brewing, etc.The Japanese received instruction from them. Germans taught Japanese people how to grow vegetables that were not grown before at the farm.Among the camps were exercise facilities, a bread factory, a beer factory, a dairy farm and farms.It is more correct to say that it is a German village than a camp. Japan treated Germans as friends.Japan permitted POWs to do sports, cultural activities and arts.The POWs made crafts and pictures.
They introduced good European crafts to Japan.A music group formed by German POWs played the first Ludwig van Beethoven symphony No. 9 in Japan.Germans were paid a salary. Salaries were also paid when Germans worked nearby.The Japanese provided goods, money, etc. so that Germans would not be troubled in their lives.There were many exercise facilities in the camp. The sports team formed by the prisoners of war played technical training on soccer in Japan by playing against the Japanese team.At the Narashino camp, excursions to sightseeing spots were often conducted to have Germans enjoy it.There was a restaurant in Bando Camp. There was also a Japanese-owned store. They were free to shop.There were also merchants coming and going to the camp, where they could buy alcohol, daily necessities and sweets.When the German defeat was decided, the Germans were no longer prisoners of war, and their outings were totally free.                                                                                                                   At the last farewell, the townspeople saw off the marching Germans.Many Germans remained in Japan. They set up a company in Japan and married a Japanese.                                                                                                              We Japanese sent 9,000 cherry blossom trees to Germany in 1990. It is said that the money of this cherry blossom trees is gathered by the donation of the Japanese and bought a cherry blossom trees . Almost all Japanese people participated in donations. The Japanese always cooperate with Germany.This cherry blossom tree is still in Berlin.

This is a story that Japanese people helped Germans in japanese Okinawa Miyakojima, Japan. In 1873, the German  Merchant shipRobertoson was hit by a typhoon.The ship was aground off Miyakojima Miyakokuni. At that time, the islander rescues the crew.They gave some food to the Germans.They gave Germans a place to sleep. The days were 34 days.And the islanders put a lot of food and water on the ship and sent the Germans to Germany safely.There are still monuments sent from Germany in Okinawa.
Fatty Franz : This feels like the German equivalent of La Marseillaise. Both talk about brutally doing away with the nobility.
Робертъ Залевски : I love German songs and German music for their unique sound. Your channel makes me happy when I'm sad. Nothing cheers me up like German musical art. And also Germany is the birthplace of a large number of classical musicians.
Herr Ritter : I just discovered this channel, you really deserve to win the internet for your hard and good work. Thanks from brazil.

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