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Erstausgabe Von Mein Kampf
Kampf (the German word for "battle", "struggle" or "fight") may refer to: Kampf (surname) Der Kampf, a Luxembourg Communist newspaper from 1920 and 1922 Contest (1932 film), known in German as KampfSee also[edit]In Kampf, a Polish Yiddish-language weekly newspaper Kempf (other) Kämpfer, a 2006 Japanese light novel seriesDisambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Kampf. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the
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Kampf (surname)
Kampf or Kaempf may refer to:Arthur Kampf (1864–1950), German painter; (de) Dietrich Kampf (born 1953), former East German ski jumper Edward S. Kampf (1900–1971), American federal judge Johannes Kaempf (1842–1918, Berlin), German politician banker; (de) Lars Kampf (born 1978), German football player; (de) Max Kämpf (1912–1982), Swiss painter Paul Kämpf (1885–1953), German publicist; (de) Paul Müller-Kaempff (1861–1941), German painter and lithographer Saul Isaac Kaempf (1818–1892), Austrian rabbi and Orientalist Serge Kampf (born 1934), French businessman Sieghard-Carsten Kampf (born 1942), German politician; (de) Warren Kampf, American politician and attorneySee also[edit]Kampf (other) Kempf (surname) Kempf (other)Surname list This page lists people with the surname Kampf
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Der Kampf
Der Kampf (English: The Struggle) was a weekly newspaper published in Luxembourg by the Communist Party of Luxembourg between 1920 and 1922. The newspapers had various subheadings over time, from Wochenschrift der Kommunisten Luxemburgs ("Weekly journal of the Communists of Luxembourg") in the first edition, to later Organ der Kommunistischen Partei Luxemburgs (Sektion der 3. Internationale) ("Organ of the Communist Party of Luxembourg [Part of the 3rd International]") in the 8th edition. The first edition appeared on 18 November 1920. From 3 April 1921, the paper had a supplement, Der kommunistische Gewerkschaftler ("The communist trade unionist"). Due to the Communist Party's poor finances, the newspaper was shut down in 1922. See also[edit]List of newspapers in LuxembourgReferences[edit]This Luxembourg newspaper-related article is a stub
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Contest (1932 Film)
Contest (German: Kampf) is a 1932 German sports film directed by Erich Schönfelder and starring Manfred von Brauchitsch, Evelyn Holt
Evelyn Holt
and Kurt Vespermann.[1] It is set in the world of motor racing. It was the final film directed by Schönfelder. The film's sets were designed by Artur Gunther and Willi Herrmann.Contents1 Cast 2 References 3 Bibliography 4 External linksCast[edit] Manfred von Brauchitsch
Manfred von Brauchitsch
as Robert Wenck, Autorennfahrer Evelyn Holt
Evelyn Holt
as Eva, Wencks Frau Kurt Vespermann as Steppke, Wenck's mechanic Georg H
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In Kampf
In Kampf ('In Struggle') was a Yiddish-language weekly newspaper published from Warsaw, Poland. In Kampf was an organ of the Labour Zionist Poalei Zion Right.[1] References[edit]^ Labour and Socialist International. The Socialist Press - The press of the parties affiliated to the Labour and Socialist International. Series 4 - No. 2. Brussels, August 1939. p. 53This article about a Polish newspaper is a stub
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Kempf (other)
Kempf may refer to:German Army Detachment Kempf, a Wehrmacht formation on World War II Eastern Front Kempf's disease or Homosexual panic Panzer Division Kempf George J
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Kämpfer
Kämpfer
Kämpfer
(Japanese: けんぷファー, Hepburn: Kenpufā, German for "Fighter") is a Japanese light novel series by Toshihiko Tsukiji, with illustrations by Senmu. The series contains 15 volumes published by Media Factory
Media Factory
under their MF Bunko J imprint between November 2006 and March 2010. The main series covers 12 volumes, while the remaining three are short story collections. A manga adaptation by Yu Tachibana started serialization in the April 2008 issue of Monthly Comic Alive. A 12-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan between October and December 2009 on TBS, concluded in 2011 with Kämpfer
Kämpfer
für die Liebe.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters2.1 Main characters 2.2 Messengers 2.3 Supporting characters3 Media3.1 Light novels 3.2 Manga 3.3 Anime4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] Natsuru Senō attends a high school that separates the boys from the girls
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Kampf
Kampf (the German word for "battle", "struggle" or "fight") may refer to:Kampf (surname) Der Kampf, a Luxembourg Communist newspaper from 1920 and 1922 Contest (1932 film), known in German as KampfSee also[edit]In Kampf, a Polish Yiddish-language weekly newspaper Kempf (other) Kämpfer, a 2006 Japanese light novel seriesDisambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Kampf. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the
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