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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Vogtlandbahn is a private railway company in Germany, which runs diesel trains on regional lines in the states of Saxony, Thuringia, Bavaria, Brandenburg, and Berlin and as well as routes into the Czech Republic. Vogtlandbahn is wholly owned by the Arriva subsidiary Regentalbahn. The company''s most prestigious train is the Vogtland-Express: a daily direct return service connecting Hof with Berlin by way of Plauen, Reichenbach, Zwickau, and Chemnitz. After German Reunification in 1990, there was a sharp drop in passenger numbers on the rail network in all the new Bundesländer. Saxony, and thus Vogtland was no exception.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Zwickau/Saxony (German pronunciation: [ tsv ka ]) in Germany, former seat of the government from south-western region at Free State of Saxony, belongs to an industrial and economical core region. Nowadays it is the capital city of country district Zwickau. The city is situated in a valley at the foot of Erzgebirge and also part of the so called Saxon triangle metropolitan area, a network of economical relations with Leipzig-Halle, Dresden. The city counts slightly below 100,000 inhabitants, has a regional catchment for over 480,000 people.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Nikolaus Gross (German:Groß) (30 September 1898 23 January 1945) was a German resistance fighter in the time of the Third Reich who was later beatified by Pope John Paul II at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City on 7 October 2001. Nikolaus Gross was born in Niederwenigern (Hattingen/Ruhr, and, like his father, a miner. He furthered his knowledge in evening courses at the People's Association for Catholic Germany (Volksverein für das katholische Deutschland). In 1920, he gave up his job as a miner and became a youth secretary at the Christian Mineworkers' Trade Association (Gewerkverein Christlicher Bergarbeiter) in Oberhausen. From July 1921 until May 1922, he was assistant editor at the association newspaper, the Bergknappen in Essen. From June 1922 until October 1922, he was a trade union secretary in Waldenburg in Lower Silesia, and afterwards for two years in Zwickau, Saxony, and for another two years (December 1924 to December 1926) in Bottrop.
Auto Union was an amalgamation of four German automobile manufacturers, established in 1932 in Chemnitz, Saxony, during the Great Depression. The company has evolved into present day Audi, as a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group. Auto Union is best known for its racing team (Auto Union Rennabteilung, based at Horch works in Zwickau/Saxony). The Silver Arrows of these two German teams dominated not only GP car racing from 1934 onwards, but set records that would take decades to beat. For example, the power levels of the unlimited 1937 models were only equalled in the early 1980s by turbocharged Formula One Grand Prix cars. In August 1928, Rasmussen, the owner of DKW, acquired the majority of shares in Audiwerke AG. In the same year, Rasmussen bought the remains of the US automobile manufacturer Rickenbacker, including the manufacturing equipment for eight cylinder engines. These engines were used in Audi Zwickau, Audi Imperator and Audi Dresden models that were launched in 1929. At the same time, six cylinder and four cylinder (licensed from Peugeot) models were manufactured.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oelsnitz (German pronunciation: [ lsn ts]) is a town in the district Erzgebirgskreis, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated 14 km east of Zwickau, and 20 km southwest of Chemnitz. Between 1844 and 1971 hardcoal was mined in Oelsnitz and the surrounding towns. The major mine "Karl-Liebknecht" became a mining museum in 1986. Erzgebirgskreis is a district (Kreis) in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is named after the Erzgebirge ("Ore Mountains"), a mountain range in the southern part of the district which forms part of the Germany Czech Republic border. It borders (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Vogtlandkreis and Zwickau, the urban district Chemnitz, the district Mittelsachsen and the Czech Republic.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oelsnitz (German pronunciation: [ lsn ts]) is a town in the Vogtlandkreis district, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the river Weiße Elster, 9 km south of Plauen. The Vogtlandkreis is a Landkreis (rural district) in the southwest of the Free State of Saxony, Germany, at the borders to Thuringia, Bavaria, and the Czech Republic. Neighboring districts are (from south clockwise) Hof, Saale-Orla, Greiz, Zwickau and Erzgebirgskreis. Plauen is the administrative center of the district.
Viola Goretzki (later Landvoigt, born November 23, 1956) is a German rower who competed for East Germany in the 1976 Summer Olympics. She was rowing for SG Dynamo Potsdam. She was born in Zwickau. She is the wife of Bernd Landvoigt, the sister-in-law of Jörg Landvoigt, and the aunt of Ike Landvoigt. In 1976 she was a crew member of the East German boat which won the gold medal in the eights event.
Osterstein Castle (German: Schloss Osterstein, translated as "The Easter stone castle") is the former castle of the town of Zwickau, Germany, in Saxony (Bundesland Sachsen). Now it houses the nursing home. First mentioned in 1292 as "Castrum Czwickaw", it was badly damaged in a fire of 1403, and demolished between 1404 to 1407 under William I, Margrave of Meissen. It was rebuilt during the reign of Christian I, Elector of Saxony, in 1587 - 1590 as a magnificent Renaissance castle. In the 18th century Zwickau Prison (Zuchthaus Zwickau) was established in the castle, which with interruptions was used until the period after the Second World War. There were numerous prominent prisoners, including Karl May, August Bebel, Rosa Luxemburg and Martin Hoop.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Glauchau station is the main station of Glauchau in southwest of the German state of Saxony on the Dresden Werdau line. Glauchau also has another station at Glauchau-Schönbörnchen. On 15 November 1858, the Chemnitz-Zwickau section of the Dresden Werdau line was opened together with Glauchau station. The line was built the support of the Saxon government and eventually became part of the Royal Saxon State Railways. The station originally had seven 680 m-long station tracks with a total of 35 sets of points. With the opening of Mulden Valley Railway to Wurzen on 10 May 1875, the station was slightly expanded.