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By Naumann und Goebel

Essen intestine, alles gut!

Den Kindern soll es schmecken, aber der relaxation der Familie möchte nicht jeden Tag Pizza und Pommes essen? Es soll nicht zu aufwendig sein, schnell gehen und trotzdem gesund sein? Sie freuen sich über neue Ideen, aber nicht über Löcher in der Haushaltskasse? Das geht nicht? Und wie das geht!

Mit diesem Kochbuch erhalten Sie a thousand erprobte Rezepte für den ganzen Tag, für jede Gelegenheit und vor allem: für die ganze Familie.
Von Frühstücksideen und Pausensnacks, die stark für den Tag machen, über Snacks und kleine Gerichte für den starvation zwischendurch bis zu Hauptgerichten mit Fleisch, Fisch und Gemüse sowie einem again- und Dessertkapitel: Hier findet jedes Familienmitglied sein neues Lieblingsrezept.

• one thousand Frühstücksideen, Snacks, Hauptspeisen, muffins, again- und Partyrezepte
• Frisches structure mit praktischem Farbleitsystem
• Mehr als 800 brillante Farbfotos
• Gespickt mit zahlreichen Tipps und methods
• DER Garant für glückliche Kinderaugen und zufriedene Eltern

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The plans of the conservative-nationalist resistance for a new political order represented an attempt to reactivate the alternatives to parliamentary democracy, including the principles of government by professional institutions (Berufsstände) and of local autonomy. There can be no doubt that there were similar aspirations among those National Socialists who retained an attachment to governmental institutions and were opposed to the progressive entropy of the political system. With particular regard to the plans for restructuring and reforming the administration, there was no lack of agreement between the conservativenationalist resisters and the isolated champions of institutional reform in the higher echelons of the Nazi Party.

The social vision of the active resistance was not in fact of a ‘restoration’. It did not aim, as Dahrendorf suggests, for a return to the ‘values and institutions’ of the Weimar era; all groups rejected a simple reversion to the status quo ante, at least in theory. The political thinking of the resisters was borne along by their desire to find 50 ALTERNATIVES TO HITLER new solutions to the intellectual and political crisis, which they perceived as a pan-European phenomenon. But in their search they often harked back to the experience of history.

21 To say this is not to devalue the conservative-nationalist resistance politically or morally. It is not easy to admit that Nazism, or some of the goals for which it stood, had become so deeply ingrained in the thinking and behaviour of the German masses that the forces of resistance could only be mobilized through deeply religious and ultimately utopian thinking. Yet we know that pragmatic politicians like Konrad Adenauer or Theodor Heuss22 lapsed into a mood of resignation or believed they could see no point of departure whatever for realistic action.

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