Refers to Deutsche Marks, the official currency of Germany until the adoption of the Euro in 2002; this figure would be several thousand pounds.
A town in the Miltenberg district of Lower Franconia in Bavaria.
‘Station Road’ in German.
'Mountain Road' in German; a scenic road on the western edge of the Odenwald and Baden-Württemberg.
‘Flower Road’ in German.
French for ‘horse’.
A thought or belief that is fanciful or delusional, rather than true.
Another term for ‘pardon’, i.e. the formal forgiveness of a crime in the eyes of the law and the ending of any sentence that may currently apply.
The individual in charge of a concentration camp.
A gathering of people, most often used to describe a group of people attending church.
A legal term describing an agreement between two or more parties to deprive a third party of their rights, legal or otherwise.
A form of alphabet originating in 9th Century Bulgaria and used in both Slavic and non-Slavic languages including Russian.
A witness testimony which is given out-of-court.
A city in northern Baden-Württemberg which borders the boroughs of Heidelberg.
Latin for ‘horse’.
A shrub with bright yellow flowers.
The German term for either 'Mrs' or 'Ms', similar to 'Madame' in French. It can also mean 'wife'.
‘Haüsser Road’, as in a name, in German.
A municipality and village in the Bodensee district of Baden-Württemberg.
Known as Sibiu in Romanian, it is a major city in Transylvania, Romania.
Official and formal legal accusation towards a person or group that they have committed a crime.
The philosophy of law
Pre-school for young children; translated from German it means ‘children’s garden’.
One of several municipalities or districts of Baden-Württemberg.
The original site of Heidelberg castle.
An area in Heidelberg, largely taken up by student accommodation and research facilities for the University.
Latin for ‘it does not follow’; in language, describes a comment that makes no sense in relation to the one that has just preceded it.
A municipality in Baden-Württemberg, six miles south of Heidelberg.
The study or art of being a teacher.
Describes the temporary stiffness of a corpse shortly after death due to a chemical change in the muscles.
Term to describe customs and practices of law originating from Anglo-Saxon times (c. 5th Century AD)
A German town six miles southwest from Heidelberg.
A very popular trick-taking German card game, originally devised in the 19th Century.
The Schutzstaffel; Hitler’s huge security force used during the Third Reich.
The combat arm of the SS under the Third Reich.
The combined armed forces in Germany under the Third Reich.
‘Williams Place’ in German.