Kraut Runza! We called then "Stones". An old German lady across the street from us (Mrs. Stone) used to make them all the time. We could never remember what they were called so we just called them Stones. Our family still makes and loves Stones!
dressed in linen shirt, silk cotte and woolen upper dress was inspired by statues in Magdeburg cathedral (ca 1250). This pictures is showing one of the possibilities of head dress consisting of golden hairnet, two barbets, diadem, hat and veil. Next page represents another version of head dress. On the leather belt with brass buckle hung purse and prayer beads made by Marsalek
The graves of Michael Wittmann and his crew at German Military Cemetery in La Cambe, Normandy and the field near the road to Caen-Cintheaux, at Gaumesnil, where Wittmann’s Tiger was destroyed and its entire crew killed.