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  • Titel: Rot-Kreuz-Gedenkstein bei den Düppeler Schanzen
  • Foto: Arne List am 18.4.2004 mittags
  • Beschreibung: Dieser Gedenkstein wurde 1989 gemeinsam vom Dänischen und Deutschen Roten Kreuz errichtet. Zur 140-Jahr-Feier der Erstürmung der Düppeler Schanzen durch Preußen am 18. April 2004 trafen sich hier unter anderem auch zwei Delegationen der jeweiligen nationalen Rot-Kreuz-Organisationen. Sie erschienen in ihren üblichen Arbeitsuniformen, die sich fast nur durch die anderssprachige Aufschrift unterscheiden. Der Umgang zwischen beiden den Delegationen war auffallend herzlich.

EN: Information about the picture

  • Title: Red Cross Memorial Stone at Dybbøl, Denmark
  • Picture: taken by Arne List, April 18, 2004 (noontime)
  • Description: Memorial stone commemorating the first use of the Red Cross symbol in an armed conflict during the Battle of Dybbøl (Denmark) in 1864; jointly erected on August 22, 1989, the anniversary of the first Geneva Convention of 1864, by the national Red Cross societies of Denmark and Germany. The picture was taken on April 18, 2004, the 140th anniversary of the battle, when delegations from both societies came together for a commemorative meeting. The members of both delegations wore their usual Red Cross clothes which looked nearly the same except for the different national designations. The atmosphere of the meeting between both groups was very cordial and open-hearted.
    The translation of the inscription, in Danish and in German, is: "Dr. Appia / Kpt. van de Velde / 1864 / In memory of the first Red Cross delegates in history / Danish Red Cross / German Red Cross / August 22, 1989."

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DE: vorherige Versionen

  • Originalversion von Arne List hochgeladen in die deutschsprachige Wikipedia am 18. April 2004, 16:52 (Größe: 78,443 Bytes)
  • modifizierte Version hochgeladen in die deutsche Wikipedia durch Umbricht am 9. September 2005, 19:31 (Größe: 151,707 Bytes); Änderung: etwas dunkler
  • hochgeladen in die Commons durch UW am 17. September 2005, 19:44 (Größe: 151,707 Bytes); Text der deutschsprachigen Originalbeschreibung unverändert aus der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia übernommen, englischsprachige Informationen hinzugefügt durch UW

EN: Previous history

  • original version uploaded by Arne List to the German Wikipedia on April 18, 2004, 16:52 (size: 78,443 Bytes)
  • modified version uploaded by Umbricht to the German Wikipedia on September 9, 2005, 19:31 (size: 151,707 Bytes); modification: increased darkness
  • uploaded to the Commons by UW on September 17, 2005, 19:44 (size: 151,707 Bytes); kept original German description from the German Wikipedia, English information added by UW
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