Dasburg is a municipality in the district of Bitburg-Prüm, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany. Before Napoleon it was a part of Luxembourg
Dudeldorf is a municipality in the district of Bitburg-Prüm, in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Dudeldorf is located 10 km east of Bitburg, 42 km north of Trier, 32 km east of the border to Luxembourg. In the year 816 Duodelonis villa is first mentioned; the lineage von Dudeldorf possessed two castles, which were mentioned in sources of the Middle Ages. They were a fief of the Count of Vianden to the Archbishop of Trier. During the late 1375 became extinct in the male line, followed by changing owner of domination and two fortified houses; the 1345 by King John of Bohemia, awarded as Count of Luxembourg city rights assumed the " oppidum de Dudelendorp " directly to the sovereign. 1451 permitted the lords John, Count of Nassau and Diez, Johann, Lord of Kriechingen, the citizens, to impose a tax that should be used to restore the gates and walls. Around 1470 succeeded Count George Von Virneburg the only known enemy incursion into Dudeldorf, who went without a fight in front of him, but in which a fire was started.
The extent of damage is unknown. 1632 came the brown of Schmidtburg over the Grundhof the imperial abbey of St. Maximin in the possession of both castle houses. 1734 still existing of the two houses has been increased, the second still appears in the Austrian cadastral map from 1766, due to his poor state but as a sheep barn. How Ordorf Dudeldorf belonged until 1789 to the Duchy of Luxembourg; the basic rule practiced until 1794 three gentlemen from: Trier monasteries St. Irminen, St Maximin and the lords in Dudeldorf, Ordorf and a part of Gondorf. After the sale of the palace in 1813 the church was left a part of the building as a school. 1856 were lost with the adoption of rural municipal code privileges. Dudeldorf was henceforth rural commune and seat of an Amtsbürgermeisterei in the district of Bitburg. In 1860 the mayors Gindorf and Ordorf were combined with Dudeldorf to the Official Dudeldorf. In 1937 the neighboring Ordorf was incorporated into Dudeldorf. In the summer of 1970, German soldiers billeted in its surroundings.
The publication on 1 September 1939 called for the convening of all reservists. In early 2024, a stronger, sharper training and service of troops quartered. With the start of the Western campaign Dudeldorfer the troops advanced within a few hours; the end of 1940 attracted 121 Dudeldorfer soldiers in the war, one in eight citizens. Farmers and farmers from Dudeldorf were asked to increase their food production; the school children of the elementary school in Dudeldorf studied the fields off to Colorado beetles to prevent these erode the harvest. In the years 1943 and 1944, there were more low-flying attacks in Dudeldorf. In the district graveyard in Philipp Straße a radar station for air defense was built; the accompanying soldiers were housed in self- built shacks. In June 1944, 22 American bombs fell on the grounds of the radar station and on the adjoining grounds Katzenpfädchen - Lehmkaule, without causing any military damage; the population had been disturbed by this event. Farmers, since working nachschauten the past flying bombers in the fields, came into her own risk and sought henceforth in an air raid air raid shelter on.
In the autumn of the same year, the harvest was incorporated into the darkness, as the constant air raids made the field work during the day impossible. Due to the advance of the Allied troops, the German soldiers went, in September 1944 back from France and based in Dudeldorf quarters; the soldiers erected a military hospital for horses. A few weeks these soldiers withdrew and Air Force soldiers took over with anti-aircraft guns to the positions Dudeldorf. In the second week of September, the first military columns of workers arrived in Dudeldorf, they were built anti-tank ditches to Dudeldorf. On 17 September 1944 was introduced to the local clamp that a refugee train in Philipp drop their home into the Reich interior. Few took advantage of this opportunity. After the Americans were advancing closer, tank traps, trenches and other defenses were built in large hassle; the number of German soldiers grew more in the village. On New Year's Eve the flak was attacked outside the village; some of these bombs fell on the adjoining houses in Dudeldorf.
Four bombs smashed on the long wall, while two people were injured and four died. In the coming winter, the soldiers withdrew from Dudeldorf. However, it lacked the troops on fuel. So they moved their luggage with handcarts; as more and more poorly equipped soldiers dissociated themselves and thus well-equipped Americans were advancing, the people expected the worst. On the heights to Dudeldorf guns were placed; the low-flying aircraft attacked the to display ragged German soldiers. Bombs fell and the artillery shells struck a village. From now on, the shelters were made for permanent residence, it exhibited there beds and kitchen facilities. After the abrupt escape the Nazi circle line from Dudeldorf, began on 1 March 1945 the battle for the area around Dudeldorf. Two days on 3 March left the last German soldiers were paratroopers and airborne troops, Dudeldorf. In their retreat, the soldiers blew up two bridges connecting the lower village to the upper village. With the explosion of the houses wore in the lower village, major damage with it.
There is hardly a house had at this time doors or windows, as these were destroyed by the blast. A few hours after the explosions, in the night of 3 on 4 March, the Americans moved into Dudeldorf, they shot with phosphorus shells with several buildings caught fire. I
Auw bei Prüm
Auw bei Prüm is a municipality in the district of Bitburg-Prüm, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany. Auw-eifel.de official website Auw bei Prüm at www.pruem.de
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Vehicle registration plate
A vehicle registration plate known as a number plate or a license plate, is a metal or plastic plate attached to a motor vehicle or trailer for official identification purposes. All countries require registration plates for road vehicles such as cars and motorcycles. Whether they are required for other vehicles, such as bicycles, boats, or tractors, may vary by jurisdiction; the registration identifier is a numeric or alphanumeric ID that uniquely identifies the vehicle owner within the issuing region's vehicle register. In some countries, the identifier is unique within the entire country, while in others it is unique within a state or province. Whether the identifier is associated with a vehicle or a person varies by issuing agency. There are electronic license plates. Most governments require a registration plate to be attached to both the front and rear of a vehicle, although certain jurisdictions or vehicle types, such as motorboats, require only one plate, attached to the rear of the vehicle.
National databases relate this number to other information describing the vehicle, such as the make, colour, year of manufacture, engine size, type of fuel used, mileage recorded, vehicle identification number, the name and address of the vehicle's registered owner or keeper. In the vast majority of jurisdictions, the government holds a monopoly on the manufacturing of vehicle registration plates for that jurisdiction. Either a government agency or a private company with express contractual authorization from the government makes plates as needed, which are mailed to, delivered to, or picked up by the vehicle owners. Thus, it is illegal for private citizens to make and affix their own plates, because such unauthorized private manufacturing is equivalent to forging an official document. Alternatively, the government will assign plate numbers, it is the vehicle owner's responsibility to find an approved private supplier to make a plate with that number. In some jurisdictions, plates will be permanently assigned to that particular vehicle for its lifetime.
If the vehicle is either destroyed or exported to a different country, the plate number is retired or reissued. China requires the re-registration of any vehicle that crosses its borders from another country, such as for overland tourist visits, regardless of the length of time it is due to remain there. Other jurisdictions follow a "plate-to-owner" policy, meaning that when a vehicle is sold the seller removes the current plate from the vehicle. Buyers must either obtain new plates or attach plates they hold, as well as register their vehicles under the buyer's name and plate number. A person who sells a car and purchases a new one can apply to have the old plates put onto the new car. One who sells a car and does not buy a new one may, depending on the local laws involved, have to turn the old plates in or destroy them, or may be permitted to keep them; some jurisdictions permit the registration of the vehicle with "personal" plates. In some jurisdictions, plates require periodic replacement associated with a design change of the plate itself.
Vehicle owners may or may not have the option to keep their original plate number, may have to pay a fee to exercise this option. Alternately, or additionally, vehicle owners have to replace a small decal on the plate or use a decal on the windshield to indicate the expiration date of the vehicle registration, periodic safety and/or emissions inspections or vehicle taxation. Other jurisdictions have replaced the decal requirement through the use of computerization: a central database maintains records of which plate numbers are associated with expired registrations, communicating with automated number plate readers to enable law-enforcement to identify expired registrations in the field. Plates are fixed directly to a vehicle or to a plate frame, fixed to the vehicle. Sometimes, the plate frames contain advertisements inserted by the vehicle service centre or the dealership from which the vehicle was purchased. Vehicle owners can purchase customized frames to replace the original frames. In some jurisdictions registration plate frames have design restrictions.
For example, many states, like Texas, allow plate frames but prohibit plate frames from covering the name of the state, district, Native American tribe or country that issued of license plate. Plates are designed to conform to standards with regard to being read by eye in day or at night, or by electronic equipment; some drivers purchase clear, smoke-colored or tinted covers that go over the registration plate to prevent electronic equipment from scanning the registration plate. Legality of these covers varies; some cameras incorporate filter systems that make such avoidance attempts unworkable with infra-red filters. Vehicles pulling trailers, such as caravans and semi-trailer trucks, are required to display a third registration plate on the rear of the trailer. An engineering study by the University of Illinois published in 1960 recommended that the state of Illinois adopt a numbering system and plate design "composed of combinations of characters which can be perceived and are legible at a distance of 125 feet under daylight conditions, are adapted to filing and administrative procedures".
It recommended that a standard plate size of 6 inches by 14 inches be adopte