and concert hall with regional importance. Large parts of the city were literally ruined, which were rebuilt in the architectural style of the 1950s and 1960s. Other sub-quarters of South are the Musikantenviertel or the Malerviertel. The city administration has cut down its deficit by cutting down social payments and maintenance, pollution has been (not least by basf) restricted, the formerly rotten Hemshof quarter has been restored.
The palace at Oggersheim was burned down, Mannheim besieged several times, and all the area west of the Rhine annexed by France from 1798 to 1813. It was created for the South German Horticulture Exhibition in 1925 with the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, a multi-purpose hall. The TSG Friesenheim plays in the German 1st handball division since summer 2010. Notable natives edit Kurt Biedenkopf Leipzig 2006 Max Clos (19252002 French journalist William Dieterle, (1893-1972 Hollywood director Paul Ehmann, (born 1993 professional footballer Barbara Eligmann (born 1963 television presenter Wolfgang Güllich, (1960-1992 rock climber Helmut Kohl, (1930-2017 German chancellor (19821998) Robert Franz Schmidt (born 1932). Most of the area, however, remained swampland, with its development hindered by seasonal flooding of the Rhine. When the war was lost by Germany in 1918, the left bank of the Rhine was occupied by French troops, in accordance with the terms of the peace agreement. 163,000 World War I through World War II edit During World War I (1914-1918 Ludwigshafen's industrial plants played a key role in Germany's war economy, producing chemical ingredients for munitions, as well as much of the poison gas used on the Western Front. 65, 170 ml ml "Statistischer Jahresbericht 2016" (PDF). Other railway stations are at Oggersheim, Mundenheim, Rheingönheim, and, the new more central Ludwigshafen (Rhein) Mitte, near Berliner Platz.
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