Barbara Vinken analysiert den Mythos der deutschen Mutter von seinen Anfängen in der Reformation über Rousseau bis zu den Entwicklungen in der. Die deutsche Mutter und ihr erstes Kind ist der Titel eines Erziehungsratgebers zur Säuglingspflege, verfasst von der Ärztin Johanna Haarer (–) und. Johanna Haarer in "Die deutsche Mutter und ihr erstes Kind" (Elternratgeber von ). "Das Kind wird gefüttert, gebadet und trockengelegt, im.
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Imperial- Reichs Law Gazette RGBl Part I, , No. The production of the cross involved several established Präsidialkanzlei Presidential Chancellery approved medal makers from across the German Reich.
Inscribed on the reverse side of the cross, of which two official reverse-side styles exist, is the inscription Das Kind adelt die Mutter  The Child ennobles the Mother found on the initial version produced on inception during the early part of No other format of wear or placement was permitted.
Accompanying the decoration was a deed of conferral Besitzzeugnis  otherwise Verleihungsurkunde sealed with the Hoheitszeichen des Deutschen Reiches Great Seal of the German Reich  and the facsimile signature of Adolf Hitler and facsimile countersignature of the Minister of State Otto Meissner , head of the Office of the President of Germany Präsidialkanzlei.
The Mother's Cross of Honour, upon the death of the honoured recipient mother, was permitted by statute to remain inheritable with the bereaved family as a keepsake remembrance.
There was a version of this award that had small diamonds placed in the swastika. The Cross of Honour of the German Mother represented the fundamental ideologies of the role of the mother the role of women under National Socialism and ethnic - nationalism the Völkisch movement of that time period in Germany.
A recommendation presented collectively at the beginning of each month to the Präsidialkanzlei der Ordenskanzlei  Presidential Chancellery of the Chancellery of Honours in Berlin for the Mother's Cross honour, could only be instigated by the local mayor 's office, or on application from the Ortsgruppenleiter local political party leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party NSDAP , or the Kreiswart des Reichsbund der Kinderreichen District Warden of the Reichs Union of Children-rich families.
The nomination involved a lengthy and exhaustive bureaucratic process. Not only were certain characteristics of the mother observed and eligibility studied thoroughly, but those too leading to the grandparents.
In the event the authorities were to find such discrepancies during their investigations leading to non-eligibility, the family risked being regarded or stigmatised as "asozial" anti-social or dysfunctional , which at that time was viewed as a risk and threat for the wellbeing of the German nation.
It was declared inconceivable and abhorrent to consider or recommend any mother of such a family background for the Mother's Cross honour.
Various privileges were bound to the honour, one example being preferential treatment, precedence and priority service within society and public services.
Old people even had to give up their seats on the bus or streetcar. They were treated like royalty with the greatest respect. No standing in line for them.
At the butchers shop the best cuts of meat would go into their baskets. A helper or nurse was assigned by the government to help them take care of the brood and arrived first thing in the morning".
Members of the Hitler Youth organization were also instructed; a wearer of the Mother's Cross was to be honourably greeted saluted when encountered.
The Völkischer Beobachter People's Observer national newspaper Issue No. The receipt of the decoration was no guarantee of permanent recognition, it could be annulled on a case-by-case basis under certain circumstances on the advice of the Reichsminister des Innern Reichs- Minister of Interior.
The first public presentation ceremonies, following inception of the Mother's Cross in December , were held on Mother's Day 21 May  across Germany.
However, due to the unexpected high number of mothers eligible for the decoration across all classes on its inception, despite a stringent nomination criteria, resulted in the initial presentations being restricted to mothers of age 60 and above due to various administrative and logistics limitations.
Some presentation ceremonies were also recorded filmed events chronicled by the Die Deutsche Wochenschau The German Weekly Newsreel.
Exact total decorations bestowed throughout its existence are no longer traceable through the limited official records that survived the Second World War , the central application archives held at the Präsidialkanzlei Presidential Chancellery in Berlin were lost or otherwise destroyed by closing war events; however, it is estimated that up until September there were a total of 4.
After the end of Nazi Germany in , the Mother's Cross was occasionally referred to as the Mütterverdienstkreuz Mother's Cross of Merit.
The Mother's Cross, however, belongs to the decorations and medals bestowed during the Third Reich era of Germany, and as such, incorporates by design the adopted swastika symbol; the wearing or display of which in public places, especially in Germany of such decorations since 26 July , is restricted and regulated by German law Ref.
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Nazi German decoration honouring mothers of large families. Germany portal Politics portal. Reich Law Gazette RGBl Part I, , No. Dezember , Reichsgesetzblatt RGBI Teil I, , Nr.
Dezember , Reichsgesetzblatt RGBI Teil I, , Seite In English: Executive Order to the Statutory Order on the Establishment of the Cross of Honour of the German Mother of 16 December , Reich Law Gazette RGBl Part I, , No.
Die wichtigsten Fragen — Das Dritte Reich In English: The most important questions — The Third Reich. Allgemeine Verwaltung, A.
Landeshoheitssachen, Kgl. Haus, Ordensverleihungen, Nationalfeiern, Antrag auf Verleihung des Ehrenkreuzes für kinderreiche Mütter, Organisation durch die NS-Volkswohlfahrt — In English: Index B Burg an der Wupper — RS 2.
General Administration, A. Mutter is known for appearing on stage wearing elegant strapless gowns. Mutter found that fabric was too slippery to provide the traction that she needed while playing.
She also received advice on her appearance from Karajan who insisted she have her hair styled and that she "go to Paris and get a decent dress".
She has also worn Givenchy. She used to wear John Galliano of Dior , but severed ties after an "anti-Semitic outburst". She owns two Stradivarius violins: The Emiliani of , and the Lord Dunn-Raven Stradivarius of A Stradivari is always special as a piece of sublime craftsmanship, but what sets these instruments apart is their capacity to carry even the softest of pianissimos to the very last row of any hall.
I particularly love the unlimited scope of colours my violin is able to show, as well as the tiger-like roaring G-string … It is the best instrument I could have, with its own personality.
But it is sensitive to abrupt temperature changes—well, it is years old. In , Mutter married her first husband, Detlef Wunderlich, with whom she had two children, Arabella and Richard.
Wunderlich died of cancer in On 26 March , Mutter announced that she had tested positive for COVID From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
German violinist. Not to be confused with the singer Anne Sofie von Otter. Rheinfelden , Baden-Württemberg , West Germany. Detlef Wunderlich.
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