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Candidature spontanée à un poste de secrétaire de mairie.

Objet : Candidature spontanée à un poste de secrétaire de mairie. Apostrophe, Secrétaire de mairie depuis neuf ans à Firos, j'ai acquis une bonne expérience dans la gestion des affaires communales. Pendant ces années, j'ai notamment préparé les réunions du conseil municipal, accueilli et orienté le public et émis les bulletins de salaire des employés de la mairie. Je désire...

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Annonce parue dans l'Yonne républicaine.

Objet : Annonce parue dans l'Yonne républicaine. Apostrophe, L'annonce que vous avez publiée dans l'Yonne républicaine pour un poste de secrétaire de mairie a retenu toute mon attention. Désirant m'installer dans votre région, je me permets de vous adresser ma candidature. Très déterminé et motivé, et occupant actuellement un poste similaire à Cahors, je suis familiarisé avec les lourdes responsabilités...

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Lettre de relance.

Objet : Lettre de relance. Apostrophe, Je vous ai fait parvenir, il y a quatre semaines, un dossier de candidature pour le poste de secrétaire de mairie à pourvoir dans votre commune. Sans nouvelles de votre part, je me permets de vous recontacter afin que nous puissions prendre un rendez-vous et évaluer ensemble vos exigences au regard de mes...

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Candidature à un poste de secrétaire de direction.

Objet : Candidature à un poste de secrétaire de direction. Apostrophe, Titulaire d'un BTS de secrétariat de direction et du diplôme de la chambre de commerce britannique, je pense être l'assistante trilingue, expérimentée et dynamique idéale. L'organisation est mon point fort. Outre le secrétariat classique, je me charge volontiers de l'organisation des séminaires, conférences et voyages. Parallèlement à mes activités...

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Candidature au poste de secrétaire de direction.

Objet : Candidature au poste de secrétaire de direction. Apostrophe, Vous recherchez une secrétaire qui soit en mesure d'assister efficacement votre directeur technique grâce à son sens de l'organisation et sa parfaite maîtrise de l'outil informatique. En raison de mon expérience dans un service technique, je suis convaincue de satisfaire à ces conditions. L'établissement de devis, la rédaction de rapports...

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Sous le soleil de Satan - Georges Bernanos

Auteur : Georges Bernanos Date : 1926 Genre : Roman. Composition : Commencé en 1918, Sous le soleil de Satan est achevé par Georges Bernanos en 1923. C'est son premier roman. Publié en 1926, il connaît tout de suite un grand succès. Il a été adapté au cinéma par Pialat, avec Gérard Depardieu et Sandrine Bonnaire dans les rôles...

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Les oeuvres de la littérature au XIXe siècle

1800 De la littérature Mme de Staël  1801 Atala François-René de Chateaubriand  1802 Le Génie du christianisme François-René de Chateaubriand  1811 Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem François-René de Chateaubriand  1820 Méditations poétiques Alphonse de Lamartine  1821 Smarra ou les Démons de la nuit Charles Nodier  1822 Odes Victor Hugo  1823-1825 Racine et Shakespeare Stendhal  1827 Cromwell Victor Hugo...

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WOLFF, KURT

WOLFF, KURT (1887–1963), publisher; with Samuel Fischer* and Ernst Rowohlt,* helped set the contours of modern German literature and twentiethcentury publishing. Born in Bonn to a music* professor, he completed Gymnasium in 1906 and went to Brazil for a banking apprenticeship in Sa˜o Paulo. He soon sensed that the trip was a mistake and returned home to study German language and literature. In...

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WISSELL, RUDOLF

WISSELL, RUDOLF (1869–1962), politician and trade-union* official; the Republic's first Economics Minister. Born in Go¨ttingen to a chief helmsman (Obersteuermann), he apprenticed as a metalworker. He joined the SPD in 1888 and took a job in Kiel in 1893, where he became active in the local metalworkers' union. In 1901 he became union secretary in Lu¨beck (he sat on the city assembly during...

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WIESBADEN AGREEMENT

WIESBADEN AGREEMENT; an accord finalized on 7 October 1921 between Germany and France whereby Germany agreed to pay reparations* in kind for the reconstruction of France. While the Wiesbaden concept responded to problems inherent in the London Ultimatum (see Reparations), it originated with Konstantin Fehrenbach's* government and thus preceded disclosure of the ultimatum. Negotiated at Wiesbaden on 12–14 June, the accord was the...

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WESSEL, HORST

WESSEL, HORST (1907–1930), SA* leader; his murder by a member of the KPD, one of the infamous episodes in the struggle for Berlin's* streets, induced the Nazis to turn him into a martyr. Born in Bielefeld to a Lutheran pastor, he went to Berlin to study; instead, he joined the NSDAP in 1926. A leader of the SA in Berlin's Friedrichshain district,...

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WELS, OTTO

WELS, OTTO (1873–1939), politician; on 23 March 1933, before the Reichstag,* he bravely condemned Hitler's* proposed Enabling Act.* Born to a Berlin* restaurant proprietor, he apprenticed as an upholsterer. At seventeen he joined the SPD and became Brandenburg's Party secretary in 1907 and chairman of the Vorwa¨rts* press organization in 1908. He was also a trade-union* activist. He was elected to the Reichstag...

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WEIMAR COALITION

WEIMAR COALITION; a parliamentary alliance comprising the SPD, the DDP, and the Center Party.* It originated in July 1917 when an interparty Reichstag* committee of the SPD, the Center, and the Progressive Party (precursor to the DDP) was created to draft a peace resolution and constitutional reforms. The coalition became a governing alliance when Philipp Scheidemann* formed the Republic's first cabinet in February...

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WEBER, AUGUST

WEBER, AUGUST (1871–1957), politician; Reichstag* faction leader for the DStP. Born in Oldenburg, he took a doctorate in law and became leaseholder for an estate in the Berlin* suburb of Teltow. A committed democrat, he served in the Reichstag during 1907–1912 as a leftist member of the National Liberal Party (NLP). In December 1918 he proposed that the NLP disband and merge with...

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WARBURG, ABY

WARBURG, ABY (1866–1929), cultural historian; employed his family's banking fortune to amass a superb library of art history. Born the eldest of seven children to the Hamburg banker Moritz Warburg, he was raised in an orthodox Jewish home. Although he broke with Judaism, he never embraced Christianity and remained proud of his heritage. A student of art history, he took a doctorate (writing...

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WALTER, BRUNO

WALTER, BRUNO, born Bruno Walter Schlesinger (1876–1962), conductor; the last great exponent of German romanticism. Born in Berlin,* he began studying music* at the Stern Conservatory in that city when he was eight. Although he gave a piano recital at age nine, the next year he decided on a conducting career. He was engaged at seventeen by the Cologne Opera and went...

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THYSSEN, FRITZ

THYSSEN, FRITZ (1873–1951), industrialist; the most important business leader to support Hitler* before 1933. Born in Styrum, near Mu¨lheim, he was the eldest son of August Thyssen, founder of the August-Thyssenhu¨tte in Oberhausen. After studying engineering, he joined the firm in 1898 as its ‘‘crown prince''; his father, in his eighties when he died, refused to yield control before his death (1926). Fritz,...

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THULE SOCIETY

THULE SOCIETY (Thule Gesellschaft). Among the obscure threads that were drawn together to form the NSDAP, few have gained more notice than the Thule Society. Founded in Munich on 17 August 1918 by Rudolf von Sebottendorff and Walter Nauhaus, it was initially a cover for the Germanen Orden, a racist league whose Munich branch was founded in 1913. Seeking ‘‘German-blooded, serious men of...

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THE THREEPENNY OPERA

THE THREEPENNY OPERA (Die Dreigroschenoper). In 1928 the new intendant of the Theater am Schiffbauerdamm, Ernst-Josef Aufricht, chanced upon Elisabeth Hauptmann's translation of The Beggar's Opera. Originally written in 1728 by John Gay, the work had recently enjoyed a two-year run on the London stage. With support from Erich Engel,* Aufricht convinced Bertolt Brecht* and Kurt Weill* to reconstruct Hauptmann's draft as a...

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TARNOW, FRITZ

TARNOW, FRITZ (1880–1951), trade-union* leader; championed economic democracy (Wirtschaftsdemokratie) as a bridge from capitalism to socialism. Born to a cabinetmaker in the Westphalian village of Rehme, he apprenticed as a carpenter and joined the woodworkers' union in 1900. Settling in Berlin* in 1903, he studied at the trade-union school and was soon prominent in his union's central committee. During 1908–1909 he polished his...

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STERNHEIM, CARL

STERNHEIM, CARL (1878–1942), dramatist; applauded in the Republic's early years for his plays satirizing bourgeois society. Born in Leipzig to a Jewish banker and theater* critic, he grew up in Berlin* and resolved in his teens to become a writer. After broad studies during 1897–1901, he spent much of the next two decades developing a literary style. In 1907, after marrying the...

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STAMPFER, FRIEDRICH

STAMPFER, FRIEDRICH (1874–1957), journalist and politician; editor of Vorwa¨rts,* the SPD's flagship newspaper.* Born to a German-Jewish family in the Moravian capital of Bru¨nn (now the Czech city of Brno), he was raised in the Habsburg Empire. He was already interested in socialism and journalism while in Gymnasium and began working for Leipzig's Volkszeitung, a socialist newspaper, while studying at the city's university....

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STAHLHELM

STAHLHELM; Germany's largest postwar veterans' organization. Founded by Franz Seldte* on Christmas Day, 1918, the Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten, began with three basic principles: comradeship, support of law and order, and reconstruction. Although it was opposed to the November Revolution,* it was initially neither reactionary nor antirepublican. Membership was open to socialists and Jews* so long as they had served a minimum of...

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SPENGLER, OSWALD

SPENGLER, OSWALD (1880–1936), cultural philosopher; famous for the portentous metaphysical essay Der Untergang des Abendlandes (The Decline of the West), he was deemed ‘‘the philosopher of pessimism'' (he rejected the label). Born to a middle-class home (his father was a postal clerk) in the town of Blankenburg am Harz, he pursued broad studies in mathematics, philosophy, science, and history. After taking a doctorate...

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SOLLMANN, WILHELM

SOLLMANN, WILHELM (1881–1951), politician and journalist; one of the SPD's pragmatists, he regularly sponsored collaboration with the moderate bourgeois parties. Born to a middle-class home in the village of Oberlind, near Coburg, he completed a business apprenticeship in Cologne and attended the local Handelshochschule. In 1907, soon after joining the SPD, he founded a youth group, Freie Jugend Ko¨ln. Shifting his attention to...

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