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Definition of Hefte

Hefte
Heft Heft, n.; G. pl. Hefte. [G.] A number of sheets of paper fastened together, as for a notebook; also, a part of a serial publication. The size of ``hefts' will depend on the material requiring attention, and the annual volume is to cost about 15 marks. --The Nation.

Meaning of Hefte from wikipedia

- Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte is a German monthly political magazine (with two double issues in January and July). As its name implies it resulted...
- The Black Notebooks (German: Schwarze Hefte) are a set of notebooks written by German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976). First published in 2014...
- Third Booklet. 1837. (Eventyr, fortalte for Børn. Første Samling. Tredie Hefte. 1837.) Publication type Fairy tale collection Publisher C.A. Reitzel Publication...
- Hilde Hefte (born 1 September 1956 in Kristiansand, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz singer. Hefte got much of her musical education from the well re****ted...
- democracy. Meyer is editor of the journal Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte (NGFH) (New Society/Frankfurt Issues). Meyer was a member of the European...
- structure-function relationships. It was established in 1891 as Anatomische Hefte, renamed first Zeitschrift für Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte in 1921...
- First Booklet (Danish: Eventyr, fortalte for Børn. Ny Samling. Første Hefte, 1838) is a collection of three fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen published...
- story by German writer Heinrich Böll, first published in the Frankfurter Hefte in 1955 and in Doktor Murkes gesammeltes Schweigen und andere Satiren in...
- According to Jürgen Zarusky (originally published in a 1997 article in Dachauer Hefte), 16 SS men were shot in the coalyard (one more killed by a camp inmate)...
- first widely printed in 1881, when Marr published Zwanglose Antisemitische Hefte, and Wilhelm Scherer used the term Antisemiten in the January issue of Neue...
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