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In French, it is called a soutien-gorge, it and other early versions resembled a camisole stiffened with boning. Vogue magazine first used the term brassiere in , by the word had made its way into the Oxford English Dictionary. On 3 November , the newly formed US patent category for "brassieres" was inaugurated with the first patent issued to Mary Phelps Jacob. In the s brassiere was shortened to bra. Wearing a garment to support the breasts may date back to ancient Greece.
Roman women wore breast-bands during sport, such as those shown on the Coronation of the Winner mosaic. Fragments of linen textiles found in East Tyrol in Austria dated to between and are believed to have been bras. Two of them had cups made from two pieces of linen sewn with fabric that extended to the bottom of the torso with a row of six eyelets for fastening with a lace or string.
One was decorated with lace in the cleavage. From the 16th century, the undergarments of wealthier women in the Western world were dominated by the corset , which pushed the breasts upwards.
In the 19th century, clothing designers began experimenting with alternatives, splitting the corset into multiple parts: a girdle-like restraining device for the lower torso, devices that suspended the breasts from the shoulder to the upper torso. Women have played a large part in the design and manufacture of the bra, accounting for half the patents filed; the Dresden-based German, Christine Hardt, patented the first modern brassiere in Sigmund Lindauer from Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt , developed a brassiere for mass production in and patented it in In the United States , Mary Phelps Jacob received a patent in for the first brassiere design, recognized as the basis for modern bras.
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Mass production in the early 20th century made the garment available to women in the United States, Western Europe , other countries influenced by western fashion. Metal shortages in World War I encouraged the end of the corset. Brassieres were manufactured by small production companies and supplied to retailers; the term "cup" was not used until , manufacturers relied on stretchable cups to accommodate different sized breasts. Women with larger or pendulous breasts had the choice of long-line bras, built-up backs, wedge-shaped inserts between the cups, wider straps, power Lastex, firm bands under the cup, light boning.
In October , the S. Camp and Company correlated the size and pendulousness of breasts to letters A through D. Camp's advertising featured letter-labeled profiles of breasts in the February issue of Corset and Underwear Review. In , Warner began to feature cup sizing in its products. Adjustable bands were introduced using multiple eye closures in the s. He was born in the Free City of Danzig ; as a teenager, he served as a drafted soldier from late in the Waffen-SS and was taken prisoner of war by US forces at the end of the war in May He was released in April Trained as a stonemason and sculptor , Grass began writing in the s.
In his fiction, he returned to the Danzig of his childhood. Grass is best known for The Tin Drum , a key text in European magic realism , it was the first book of the other two being Cat and Mouse and Dog Years. His works are considered to have a left-wing political dimension, Grass was an active supporter of the Social Democratic Party of Germany ; the Tin Drum was adapted as a film of the same name, which won both the Palme d'Or and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In , the Swedish Academy awarded him the Nobel Prize in Literature, praising him as a writer "whose frolicsome black fables portray the forgotten face of history".
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He referred to himself as Kashubian. Grass was served as an altar boy when he was a child, his parents had a grocery store with an attached apartment in Danzig-Langfuhr. He had a sister, born in Grass attended the Danzig gymnasium Conradinum. In , at age 16, he became a Luftwaffenhelfer. Soon thereafter, he was conscripted into the Reichsarbeitsdienst. In November , shortly after his 17th birthday, Grass volunteered for submarine service with Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine , "to get out of the confinement felt as a teenager in his parents' house", which he considered stuffy Catholic lower middle-class; the Navy refused him and he was instead called up for the 10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg in late Grass did not reveal until , his unit functioned as a regular Panzer Division, he served with them from February until he was wounded on 20 April He was captured in Marienbad and sent to a U.
He was a co-founder of Group 47 , organized by Hans Werner Richter. Grass worked as an author, graphic designer, sculptor, traveling frequently. In he studied at the Berlin University of the Arts. From , he lived in Berlin as well as part-time in Schleswig-Holstein. In he publicly objected to the erection of the Berlin Wall. From to , he held the presidency of the Academy of Berlin. Grass's marriage in to Anna Margareta Schwarz, a Swiss dancer, ended in divorce in , he and Schwarz had four children, Raoul and Bruno.
Separated in , he had a child with her, Helene, he had a child with Ingrid Kruger, Nele. In he married an organist, to whom he was still married at his death, he had two stepsons from his second marriage and Hans.
He had 18 grandchildren at his death. Grass's best-known work is The Tin Drum, published in , it was followed in by Cat and Mouse, a novella , in by the novel Dog Years. Dog Years is considered a sequel of sorts to The Tin Drum, as it features some of the same characters, it portrays the area's mixed ethnicities and complex historical background in lyrical prose, evocative.
The Tin Drum established Grass as one of the leading authors of Germany, set a high bar of comparison for all of his subsequent works, which were compared unfavorably to this early work by critics. Nonetheless, in the West Germany of the late'50s and early'60s the book could be controversial, its "immorality" prompted the city of Bremen to revoke a prize it had bestowed upon him; when Grass received the Nobel Prize in literature in the Nobel Committee stated that the publication of The Tin Drum "was as if German literature had been granted a new beginning after decades of linguistic and moral destruction" The novel The Flounder is based on the folktale of " The Fisherman and His Wife ", deals with the struggle between the sexes.
It has been read as an anti-feminist novel, since in the novel the magical flounder of the folk tale, now representing male triumphalism and the patriarchy is caught by a group of s feminists, who put it on trial. The book interrogates male-female relations from the past and the present through the relationship between the narrator and his wife, who as the wife in the folk tale, insatiably craves more. In spite of the fact that the book could be read as a defense of women and a denouncement of male chauvinism , the book was harshly critiqued and rejected by feminists d.
Serial killer A serial killer is a person who murders three or more people in service of abnormal psychological gratification, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them. Different authorities apply different criteria. While most set a threshold of three murders, others lessen it to two; the Federal Bureau of Investigation defines serial killing as "a series of two or more murders, committed as separate events but not always, by one offender acting alone". Although psychological gratification is the usual motive for serial killing, most serial killings involve sexual contact with the victim, the FBI states that the motives of serial killers can include anger, thrill-seeking, financial gain, attention seeking; the murders may be completed in a similar fashion.
The victims may have something in common, for example, demographic profile, gender or race. A serial killer is neither a mass murderer, nor a spree killer, although there may be conceptual overlaps between serial killers and spree killers. In his book, Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters, criminal justice historian Peter Vronsky notes that while Ressler might have coined the English term "serial homicide" within law in , the terms serial murder and serial murderer appear in John Brophy's book The Meaning of Murder.
The Washington DC newspaper Evening Star , in a review of the book: There is the mass murderer, or what he calls the "serial" killer, who may be actuated by greed, such as insurance, or retention or growth of power, like the Medicis of Renaissance Italy , or Landru, the " bluebeard " of the World War I period, who murdered numerous wives after taking their money.
This use of "serial" killer to paraphrase Brophy's serial murderer does not appear to have been influential at the time. In his more recent study, Vronsky states that the term serial killing first entered into broader American popular usage when published in The New York Times in the spring of , to describe Atlanta serial killer Wayne Williams. Subsequently, throughout the s, the term was used again in the pages of The New York Times, one of the major national news publication of the United States, on occasions.
By the end of the s, the use of the term had escalated to 2, instances in the paper; when defining serial killers, researchers use "three or more murders" as the baseline, considering it sufficient to provide a pattern without being overly restrictive. Independent of the number of murders, they need to have been committed at different times, are committed in different places.
The lack of a cooling-off period marks the difference between a serial killer; the category has, been found to be of no real value to law enforcement, because of definitional problems relating to the concept of a "cooling-off period".
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Cases of extended bouts of sequential killings over periods of weeks or months with no apparent "cooling off period" or "return to normality" have caused some experts to suggest a hybrid category of "spree-serial killer". In , the FBI hosted a multi-disciplinary symposium in San Antonio , which brought together experts on serial murder from a variety of fields and specialties with the goal of identifying the commonalities of knowledge regarding serial murder; the group settled on a definition of serial murder which FBI investigators accept as their standard: "The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender in separate events.
The definition does not consider motivation for define a cooling-off period. Historical criminologists have suggested that there may have been serial murders throughout history, but specific cases were not adequately recorded; some sources suggest that legends such as werewolves and vampires were inspired by medieval serial killers. In Africa, there have been periodic outbreaks of murder by Leopard men. According to the Chinese historian Sima Qian , he would "go out on marauding expeditions with 20 or 30 slaves or with young men who were in hiding from the law, murdering people and seizing their belongings for sheer sport".
Although many of his subjects knew about these murders, it was not until the 29th year of his reign that the son of one of his victims sent a report to the Emperor, it was discovered that he had murdered at least people. The officials of the court requested.
Red-light district A red-light district or pleasure district is a part of an urban area where a concentration of prostitution and sex-oriented businesses, such as sex shops, strip clubs, adult theaters, are found. Areas in many big cities around the world have acquired an international reputation as red-light districts; the term red-light district originates from the red lights. Red-light districts are mentioned in the minutes of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting in the United States ; the Oxford English Dictionary records the earliest known appearance of the term "red light district" in print as an article from the Sandusky Register , a newspaper in Sandusky , OhioAuthor Paul Wellman suggests that this and other terms associated with the American Old West originated in Dodge City , home to a well-known prostitution district during the 19th century, which included the Red Light House saloon.
This has not been proven, but the Dodge City use was responsible for the term becoming pervasive. A widespread folk etymology claims that early railroad workers took red lanterns with them when they visited brothels so their crew could find them in the event of an emergency.
However, folklorist Barbara Mikkelson regards this as unfounded. One of the many terms used for a red-light district in Japanese is akasen meaning "red-line". Japanese police drew a red line on maps to indicate the boundaries of legal red-light districts. In Japanese, the term aosen meaning "blue-line" exists, indicating an illegal district. In the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries, the term "sporting district" became popular for legal red-light districts.
Municipal governments defined such districts explicitly to contain and regulate prostitution; some red-light districts are places which are designated by authorities for legal and regulated prostitution. These red-light districts were formed by authorities to help regulate prostitution and other related activities, such that they were confined to a single area; some red-light districts are under video surveillance.
This can help counter illegal forms of prostitution, in these areas that do allow regular prostitution to occur. List of red-light districts Media related to Red-light districts at Wikimedia Commons. Funded from a combination of television licence fee revenue and limited on-air advertising, ORF is the dominant player in the Austrian broadcast media.
Austria was the last country in continental Europe after Albania to allow nationwide private television broadcasting; the first unregulated test transmissions in Austria were made beginning 1 April by Radio Hekaphon , run by the radio pioneer and enthusiast Oskar Czeija, who applied for a radio license in September 2, it aired a first broadcast address by Austrian President Michael Hainisch.
Regular transmissions began on 1 October from provisional studios inside the War Ministry building that were to become known as Radio Wien.
By the end of October it had 30, listeners, by January , Relay transmitters, established across the country by , ensured that all Austrians could listen to Radio Wien at a monthly fee of two schillings. Radio programmes aimed at an educated audience, featuring classical music and lectures. First live radio broadcasts aired in , transmitted from the Vienna State Opera and the Salzburg Festival.
On the other hand, news broadcasts only played a minor part out of deference to the Austrian press and the " neutralism " policy of the federal government. Regular sportscasts began and in the Austrian legislative election was comprehensively covered.
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The Austrian government used RAVAG broadcasts for propaganda activities, defying massive cross-border Nazi propaganda broadcasts aired from German transmitters in the Munich region, but promoted the live transmission of mass celebrations. Only hours live broadcasts featured the cheering devotees of his Nazi successor Arthur Seyss-Inquart , the triumphant entry of Adolf Hitler in Linz the next day, his speech on Vienna Heldenplatz. Reichssender Wien transmissions were important for strategic bombing alerts; the Funkhaus broadcasting centre itself was damaged by Allied bombs in January and February , followed by the Red Army Vienna Offensive.
Reichssender Wien last aired 6 April.