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The Schwebebahn is both subject and title of video work by the Turner Prize -nominated artist Darren Almond. Produced in , Schwebebahn is the first of three videos that constitute his Train Trilogy. The Museum of Modern Art has a two-minute film from featuring the Schwebebahn. The denouement of the episode of the ITC TV series The Adventurer called "I'll Get There Sometime" takes place on the railway. In the Schwebebahn Simulator  was launched for Windows , Mac OS X and Wii U.
In this simulator, the player controls the GTW In the "Add-on Wuppertal" DLC  of the OMSI 2 bus simulator, there is the option for the player to control the Schwebebahn of the newest model GTW 15 , with all stations faithfully recreated.
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Ferdinand returned to Vienna from Innsbruck on August 12, On August 23, , Austrian troops opened fire on unarmed demonstrators and shot several. In late September , Emperor Ferdinand, who was also King Ferdinand V of Hungary, decided to send Austrian and Croatian troops to Hungary to crush a democratic rebellion there.
On October 6 through 7, , the citizens of Vienna had demonstrated against the emperor's actions against forces in Hungary.
Struve Putsch 21—25 September : Staufen. Baden Mutiny 9 May — 23 July :. Baden had a liberal constitution from until reaction resulted in aristocratic rulers revoking the constitution in His reign brought liberal reforms in constitutional, civil and criminal law, and in education.
In Baden joined the Prussian Customs Union. Baden was the first state in Germany to have popular unrest, despite the liberal reforms. After the news of the February Days in Paris reached Baden, there were several unorganized instances of peasants burning the mansions of local aristocrats and threatening them. On February 27, , in Mannheim , an assembly of people from Baden adopted a resolution demanding a bill of rights.
Similar resolutions were adopted in Württemberg , Hesse-Darmstadt , Nassau , and other German states. The March Revolution in Vienna was a catalyst to revolution throughout the German states. Popular demands were made for an elected representative government and for the unification of Germany.
Fear on the part of the princes and rulers of the various German states caused them to concede in the demand for reform. They approved a pre parliament, which was convened from March 31, , until April 4, , in St.
Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main , charged with the task of drafting a new constitution, to be called the "Fundamental Rights and Demands of the German People. Baden sent two democrats, Friedrich Karl Franz Hecker and Gustav von Struve , to the pre parliament. Paul's Church in Frankfurt to convene the Frankfurt National Assembly.
Karl Mathy , a right-center journalist, was among those elected as deputy to the Frankfurt National Assembly. Disorder fomented by republican agitators continued in Baden.
Fearing greater riots, the Baden government began to increase the size of its army and to seek assistance from neighboring states.
A full-scale uprising broke out on April 12, In May , a resurgence of revolutionary activity occurred in Baden. As this was closely connected to the uprising in the German Palatinate , it is described below, in the section titled, "The Palatinate. When the revolutionary upsurge revived in the spring of , the uprisings started in Elberfeld in the Rhineland on May 6, The uprising in Baden and the Palatinate took place largely in the Rhine Valley along their mutual border, and are considered aspects of the same movement.
In May , the Grand Duke was forced to leave Karlsruhe, Baden and seek help from Prussia. In Baden conditions for the provisional government were ideal: the public and army were both strongly in support of constitutional change and democratic reform in the government. The army strongly supported the demands for a constitution;  the state had amply supplied arsenals, and a full exchequer.
The Palatinate did not have the same conditions. When the insurrectionary government took over in the Palatinate, they did not find a fully organized state or a full exchequer. France banned sales and export of arms to either Baden or the Palatinate. The provisional government first appointed Joseph Martin Reichard , a lawyer, democrat and deputy in the Frankfurt Assembly, as the head of the military department in the Palatinate.
Other noteworthy military officers serving the provisional government in the city of Kaiserlautern, were Friedrich Strasser , Alexander Schimmelpfennig , Captain Rudolph von Manteuffel , Albert Clement , Herr Zychlinski , Friedrich von Beust , Eugen Oswald , Amand Goegg , Gustav von Struve, Otto Julius Bernhard von Corvin-Wiersbitzki , Joseph Moll , Johann Gottfried Kinkel , Herr Mersy , Karl Emmermann , Franz Sigel , Major Nerlinger , Colonel Kurz , Friedrich Karl Franz Hecker and Hermann von Natzmer.
Hermann von Natzmer was the former Prussian officer who had been in charge of the arsenal of Berlin. Refusing to shoot insurgent forces who stormed the arsenal on June 14, , Natzmer became a hero to insurgents across Germany. Gustav Adolph Techow , a former Prussian officer, also joined Palatinate forces. Democrats of the Palatinate and across Germany considered the Baden-Palatinate insurrection to be part of the wider all-German struggle for constitutional rights.
Franz Sigel, a second lieutenant in the Baden army, a democrat and a supporter of the provisional government, developed a plan to protect the reform movement in Karlsruhe and the Palatinate. After inciting Stuttgart and the surrounding state of Württemberg , the military corps would march to Nuremberg and set up camp in the state of Franconia.
Sigel failed to account for dealing with the separate Town of Frankfurt, the home of the Frankfurt Assembly, in order to establish an All-German character to the military campaign for the German constitution. Despite Sigel's plan, the new insurgent government did not go on the offensive. The uprising in Karlsruhe and the state of Baden was eventually suppressed by the Bavarian Army.
Lorenz Peter Brentano , a lawyer and democrat from Baden, headed its government,  wielding absolute power. Florian Mördes was appointed as Minister of the Interior. Brentano ordered the day-to-day affairs of the uprising in Baden, and Mieroslawski directed a military command on the Palatinate side. They did not coordinate well.
For example, Mieroslawski decided to abolish the long-standing toll on the Mannheim-Ludwigshaven bridge over the Rhine River. It was not collected on the Palatinate side, but Brentano's government collected it on the Baden side. He and his troops were forced to retreat across the mountains of southern Baden, where they fought a last battle against the Prussians in the town of Murg, on the frontier between Baden and Switzerland.
Frederick Engels took part in the uprising in Baden and the Palatinate. On May 10, , he and Karl Marx traveled from Cologne , Germany, to observe the events of the region. From June 1, , Engels and Marx became editors of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung. D'Ester had been elected as a deputy to the Prussian National Assembly in He wanted to provide Marx with the mandate to attend the meeting in his place. Marx and Engels met with D'Ester in the town of Kaiserlautern.
Marx obtained the mandate and headed off to Paris. Engels remained in the Palatinate, where in he joined citizens at the barricades of Elberfeld in the Rhineland, preparing to fight the Prussian troops expected to arrive against the uprising. The Prussians defeated this revolutionary army, and the survivors of Willichs Corps crossed over the frontier into the safety of Switzerland.
Engels did not reach Switzerland until July 25, He sent word of his survival to Marx and friends and comrades in London , England.
In March , crowds of people gathered in Berlin to present their demands in an "address to the king". King Frederick William IV , taken by surprise, verbally yielded to all the demonstrators' demands, including parliamentary elections, a constitution, and freedom of the press. He promised that "Prussia was to be merged forthwith into Germany.
On March 13, after warnings by the police against public demonstrations went unheeded, the army charged a group of people returning from a meeting in the Tiergarten , leaving one person dead and many injured. On March 18, a large demonstration occurred. After two shots were fired, fearing that some of the 20, soldiers would be used against them, demonstrators erected barricades, and a battle ensued until troops were ordered 13 hours later to retreat, leaving hundreds dead.
Afterwards, Frederick William attempted to reassure the public that he would proceed with reorganizing his government.
The King also approved arming the citizens. In his memoirs, Field Marshal Alfred von Waldersee , who in March was a sixteen-year-old student at the Royal Prussian Cadet Corps, gave a vivid description of the revolutionary events in Berlin:.
From the so-called Spielhof alongside the Spree we could see the erection of the barricades on the Marschallbrücke. The outbreak began at different parts of the city at two o'clock in the afternoon of the 18th, our attention being called to it by the circumstance that shots were fired at the sentinels in front of the Franz Regiment's barracks, which adjoined those of the Cadet Corps.
The report went that the Cadet Corps, that breeding place of reaction, was to be up rooted [sic]! This put our superior officers in a very awkward predicament; all connection with the outer world was cut off, and the Franz Regiment, which had been quartered next door to us, had been moved away, so we had to decide for ourselves what to do.
General von Below was a feeble old man, Lieut. It was under debate whether we should not abstain from any attempt at resistance, when the senior lieutenant, Besserer von Dahlfingen , of my company, an exceptionally small man, spoke out at the Council of War and declared that it would be a disgrace if we surrendered to the Revolutionaries without a blow. Thereupon it was resolved to put up a fight. Our main position was to be on the first floor, led, up to by four stone staircases, each of which was allotted to a company.
Our firearms, which had been placed in hiding already, were taken out again, and we began to block up the entrances to the staircases. Unfortunately we had no ammunition! This lack was in some degree made good by such officers as were sportsmen and had some powder and shot to distribute, so that firing might have been done by each of the companies; percussion-caps we secured from the Franz Regiment's barracks. However, things were not to become serious, for a battalion of the 1st Regiment of Guards pushed forward to the Marschallbrücke and averted all possibility of danger for us.
The noise of the fighting died down now a little, only to revive again in the evening. The Leibregiment advanced to the Alexanderplatz from the Frankfurter Gate , amidst the same kind of continuous but unsystematic fighting which the Guards also had encountered.
Early in the morning of the 19th—it may have been about 4 o'clock, the shooting had been followed by silence throughout the city—we were given the alarm and had to don our cloaks and fall in with our guns and march to the Schloss the Royal Palace in Berlin , by order of General von Prittwitz. We set out just as day was breaking.
It was very pleasant for us, therefore, when we were taken, troop by troop, into the kitchen, and given coffee. There was now a lively va-et-vient of mounted aides-de-camp , and others in the Castle Yard. The streets through which we had passed, and the open places outside the Schloss, had, of course, been empty. Now we saw many waggons [sic] and bodies of troops bivouacking. Prisoners were being brought in every now and again and taken into the Castle cellars. After a wait of two hours or so we were given orders to march back to Potsdam.
On March 21, the King proceeded through the streets of Berlin to attend a mass funeral at the Friedrichshain cemetery for the civilian victims of the uprising. He and his ministers and generals wore the revolutionary tricolor of black, red, and gold. Polish prisoners, who had been jailed for planning a rebellion in formerly Polish territories now ruled by Prussia, were liberated and paraded through the city to the acclaim of the people. The persons killed during the riots were laid out on catafalques on the Gendarmenmarkt.
Some 40, people accompanied these fallen demonstrators to their burial place at Friedrichshain. A Constituent National Assembly was elected and gathered in St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main on May 18,  Officially called the all-German National Assembly, it was composed of deputies democratically elected from various German states in late April and early May The deputies consisted of government officials, 95 judges, 81 lawyers, teachers, 17 manufacturers and wholesale dealers, 15 physicians, and 40 landowners.
Starting on May 18, , the Frankfurt Assembly worked to find ways to unite the various German states and to write a constitution. On May 22, , another elected assembly sat for the first time in Berlin.
They set about the task of writing a constitution "by agreement with the Crown". This constitution took effect on December 5, In Dresden , the capital of the Kingdom of Saxony , the people took to the streets asking King Frederick Augustus II of Saxony to engage in electoral reform, social justice and for a constitution. German composer Richard Wagner passionately engaged himself in the revolution in Dresden, supporting the democratic-republican movement.
Later during the May Uprising in Dresden from May 3—9, , he supported the provisional government. He spent a number of years in exile abroad, in Switzerland, Italy, and Paris. Finally the government lifted its ban against him and he returned to Germany. Since the revolutionary events of , Saxony had been ruled as a constitutional monarchy with a two-chamber legislature and an accountable ministry. This constitution continued to serve as the basis of the Saxon government until In , many Saxon residents emigrated to the United States, including Michael Machemehl.
They landed in Galveston, Texas and created what became the German Texan community. In mid-century, some lived in cities, but many developed substantial farms to the west in Texas.
The Rhineland shared a common history with the Rhenish Hesse, Luxembourg and the Palatinate of having been under the control of Revolutionary and then Napoleonic France from His rule established social, administrative and legislative measures taken that broke up the feudal rule that the clergy and the nobility had exercised over the area previously. With nearby sources of coal in the Mark, and access via the Rhine to the North Sea, the west bank of the Rhine in the Rhineland became the premier industrial area in Germany in the 19th century.
By , the towns of Aachen, Cologne and Düsseldorf were heavily industrialized, with a number of different industries represented. By , a large industrial working class, the proletariat, had developed and, owing to Napoleonic France, the level of education was relatively high and it was politically active.
While in other German states the liberal petty bourgeoisie led the uprisings of , in the Rhineland the proletariat was asserting its interests openly against the bourgeoisie as early as In , Prussia controlled the Rhineland as part of "Western Prussia", having first acquired territory in this area in But, following the defeat of Napoleon in , Prussia took over the west bank of the Rhineland.
Its government treated the Rhinelanders as subjects and alien peoples, and it began to reinstate the hated feudal structures. The Rhinelanders took careful note of the announcement by King Frederick William IV on March 18, in Berlin that a United Diet would be formed and that other democratic reforms would be instituted.
Rhinelanders remained hopeful regarding this progress and did not participate in the early round of uprisings that were occurring in other parts of Germany.
The Prussian government mistook this quietude in the Rhineland for loyalty to the autocratic Prussian government. The Prussian government began offering military assistance to other states in suppressing the revolts in their territories and cities, i. Soon the Prussians discovered that they needed additional troops in this effort. Taking the loyalty of the Rhineland for granted, in the spring of the Prussian government called up a large portion of the army reserve—the Landwehr in Westphalia and the Rhineland.
On May 9, , uprisings occurred in the Rhenish towns of Elberfeld , Düsseldorf , Iserlohn and Solingen. The uprising in Düsseldorf was suppressed the following day on May 10, In the town of Elberfeld, the uprising showed strength and persistence, as 15, workers took to the streets and erected barricades; they confronted the Prussian troops sent to suppress the unrest and to collect a quota of Landwehr conscripts.
Karl Hecker , Franz Heinrch Zitz and Ludwig Blenker were among the other of the leaders of the Elberfeld uprising. The awakened working classes were pursuing their goals with single-minded determination.
Citizen-military forces paramilitary organized to support the uprising. On May 17 through 18, , a group of workers and democrats from Trier and neighboring townships stormed the arsenal at Prüm to obtain arms for the insurgents.
As noted above under the heading on "The Palatinate" Frederick Engels was active in the uprising in Elberfeld from May 11, until the end of the revolt. On May 10, , he was in Solingen and making his way toward Elberfeld. He obtained two cases of cartridges from the arsenal at Gräfrath and carried them to Elberfeld.
The upper bourgeoisie were frightened by the armed working classes taking to the streets. They began to separate themselves from the movement for constitutional reform and the Committee of Public Safety, describing the leaders as bloodthirsty terrorists.
Rather than working to organize and direct the various factions of protests, they began to draw back from the revolutionary movement, especially the destruction of property. The Committee of Public Safety tried to calm the reformist movement and quell the demonstrations.
In Bavaria , King Ludwig I lost prestige because of his open relationship with his favourite mistress Lola Montez , a dancer and actress unacceptable to the aristocracy or the Church. On February 9, conservatives came out onto the streets in protest. This February 9, demonstration was the first in that revolutionary year. It was an exception among the wave of liberal protests. The conservatives wanted to be rid of Lola Montez, and had no other political agenda.
Ludwig tried to institute a few minor reforms but they proved insufficient to quell the storm of protests.
On March 16, , Ludwig I abdicated in favor of his eldest son Maximilian II. In order to not become a slave, I became a lord. While technically Greater Poland was not a German state, the roughly corresponding territory of the Grand Duchy of Posen had been under Prussian control since the First and Second Partition of Poland in the late 18th century. It began on 20 March and resulted in Prussia annexing the Greater Polish region as the Province of Posen.
In Heidelberg , in the state of Baden southwest Germany , on March 6, , a group of German liberals began to make plans for an election to a German national assembly. This prototype Parliament met on March 31, in Frankfurt 's St. Paul's Church. Finally, on May 18, the National Assembly opened its session in St. Of the delegates of the first freely elected German parliament , so many were professors 94 , teachers 30 or had a university education that it was called a "professors' parliament" "Professorenparlament".
There were few practical politicians. Some delegates can be identified in terms of political factions — usually named after their meeting places:. Under the chairmanship of the liberal politician Heinrich von Gagern , the assembly started on its ambitious plan to create a modern constitution as the foundation for a unified Germany.
From the beginning the main problems were regionalism , support of local issues over pan-German issues, and Austro-Prussian conflicts. Archduke Johann of Austria was chosen as a temporary head of state "Reichsverweser" i. The National Assembly lost reputation in the eyes of the German public when Prussia carried through its own political intentions in the Schleswig-Holstein Question without the prior consent of Parliament.
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The Wuppertaler Schwebebahn Wuppertal Suspension Demo Elberfeld is a suspension railway in WuppertalGermany. Its original name is Einschienige Hängebahn Demo Elberfeld Eugen Langen Eugen Langen Monorail Overhead Conveyor System. It is the oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars in the world and is a unique system in Germany.
Designed by Eugen Langen and offered first to the cities of BerlinMunich and Breslau who all turned it down,  the installation with elevated Elbdrfeld was built in BarmenElberfeld and Vohwinkel between and ; the first track opened in The railway line is credited with growth of the original cities and their eventual merger into Wuppertal.
The Schwebebahn Demo Elberfeld along a route of The entire trip takes about 30 minutes. The Wuppertaler Schwebebahn had a forerunner: inHenry Robinson Palmer of Britain presented a railway system which differed from all previous constructions. It was a low single-rail suspension railway on which the carriages were drawn by horses.
Friedrich Harkorta Prussian industrial entrepreneur and politician, loved the idea. Harkort had his own steel mill in Elberfeld ; he built a demonstration segment of the Palmer system and set it up in on the grounds of what is today the Wuppertal tax office. He tried to attract public attention to Elberteld railway plans. On 9 Septemberthe town councillors of Elberfeld met to discuss the use of Demo Elberfeld "Palmer's Railway" from the Ruhr region, Hinsbeck or Langenbergto the Wupper valley, Elberfeld, connecting Harkort's factories.
The plans never went ahead because of protests from the transport branch [ clarification needed ] Emopunksins owners of mills that were not on the routes. In the cities of Elberfeld and Barmen formed a commission for the construction of an elevated railway or Demo Elberfeld. In they Deom the Demo Elberfeld of the engineer Eugen Langen of Cologneand in the order was licensed by the City of Düsseldorf.
Construction on the actual Schwebebahn began inoverseen by the government's Demo Elberfeld builder, Wilhelm Feldmann. On 24 OctoberEmperor Wilhelm II participated in a monorail trial run. In the railway came into operation. The railway was closed owing to severe damage during World War IIbut reopened as early as The Kaiserwagen.
The Schwebebahn now carries approximately 80,  passengers through the city per weekday. Sincethe supporting frame has been largely modernized, and many stations have been reconstructed and brought up to date technically.
Kluse station, at the theatre in Demo Elberfeld, was destroyed during the Demo Elberfeld World War and was reconstructed during the modernization phase. Work was planned to be completed inbut a serious accident took place in which left five people dead and 47 injured. That, along with delivery problems, delayed completion. On 15 Decemberthe Schwebebahn suspended its operations due to safety concerns.
EDmo of the Guild Wars 2 Astralaria support structures needed Demo Elberfeld be renewed, a process that was completed on 19 April On 10 NovemberWuppertaler Stadtwerke signed a contract with Vossloh Kiepe to supply a new fleet of Generation 15 or GTW 15 trains to gradually replace the ageing GTW 72 fleet.
The GTW 72 stock was gradually withdrawn from service as the new trains were introduced, the last of which operated immediately Elbetfeld to Eblerfeld line's shutdown in November WSW announced it would not scrap any of the GTW 72 stock, but instead offer 21 of the vehicles for sale and three for free, as long as they remained in the city of Wuppertal.
In November a bus bar detached and fell to the Demo Elberfeld but nobody was injured. Following this accident, the Schwebebahn was closed down for nearly nine months. The cars are suspended from a single rail built underneath a supporting steel frame. The cars hang on wheels which are driven by multiple electric motors operating at volts DC, fed from a live rail below the running rail.
Until Augustthe Schwebebahn used block signalling like other light- and heavy Demo Elberfeld systems. Signals with red, green and yellow lights, present at every station, signalled the driver if the next block, usually continuing until the next station, was free or not. Today, the Schwebebahn uses the European Train Control Systemallowing for shorter distances between trains.
The supporting frame and tracks are made out of pillars and Elbereld sections. When the line was originally built, Anton Rieppelhead of MAN-Werk Gustavsburg, designed the Demo Elberfeld system, which he patented. The current fleet Demo Elberfeld of 31 articulated cars. One carriage can seat 48 with approximately standing Demo Elberfeld.
The Kaiserwagen Emperor's Hexen Sexthe original train used by Emperor Wilhelm II during a test ride on 24 Octoberis still operated on scheduled excursion services, special occasions and for charter events. The Schwebebahn is alluded to in Theodor Herzl 's utopian novel Altneuland The Old New Land. For Herzl, the Schwebebahn was the ideal form of urban transport, and he imagined a large monorail built Elbrefeld its style in Haifa.
A sequence in Lyrical Nitrateusing film from between andfeatures the Schwebebahn. Rüdiger Vogler and Yella Rottländer 's characters ride the Schwebebahn in Wim Wenders 's movie Alice in the Cities Alice Demo Elberfeld den Städten. It also Elberrfeld in the Dutch movie The Sunday Child De Zondagsjongen by Pieter Verhoeffin Tom Tykwer 's film The Princess and the Warrior Der Krieger und die Kaiserin Mony Nude as a background and to a number of outdoor dance choreographies in another Wim Wenders film — 's Pinaand some Elberfelld are set inside the cars.
The Schwebebahn is both subject and title of video work by the Turner Prize -nominated artist Darren Almond. Produced inSchwebebahn is the first of three videos that constitute his Train Demo Elberfeld. The Museum of Modern Art has a two-minute film from featuring the Schwebebahn. The denouement Dmeo the episode of the ITC TV series The Adventurer called "I'll Get There Sometime" takes place on the railway.
In the Schwebebahn Simulator  was launched for WindowsMac OS X and Wii U. In this simulator, the player controls the GTW In the "Add-on Wuppertal" DLC  of the OMSI 2 bus simulator, there is the option for the player to control the Schwebebahn of the newest model GTW 15with all stations faithfully recreated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Wuppertal Suspension Railway.
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