[man-hahym; German mahn-hahym]
- Karl [kahrl; German kahrl] /kɑrl; German kɑrl/, 1893–1947, German sociologist.
- a city in SW Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers.
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For Mannheim, generations were born from historical disruption.
For Mannheim, what defined a generation was the particular slice of history people experienced during those plastic years.
Let the attack on Mannheim have what success it may, Strasbourg will be held still.Maurice Tiernay Soldier of Fortune
Charles James Lever
In Mannheim they charged me ten pfennigs extra for a cake of soap.A Book of Burlesques
H. L. Mencken
I rose and coasted down to above the Mannheim parade-ground.
They had abandoned Malstatt by night—but Mannheim—and the Rhine!
Mannheim put his head on the pillow and lifted his feet up on the bed.Anything You Can Do ...
Gordon Randall Garrett
- a city in SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar: one of Europe's largest inland harbours; a cultural and musical centre. Pop: 308 353 (2003 est)
- Karl (karl). 1893–1947, Hungarian sociologist, living in Britain from 1933: author of Ideology and Utopia (1929) and Man and Society in an Age of Reconstruction (1941)
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