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Zur Kieler Woche verwandelt der NDR den Ostseekai ab Freitag, 16. Juni, zehn Tage lang in eine Event-Location - mit Live-Shows angesagter Stars, Jazz-Sounds, Open-Air-Kino und Public Viewings des Confederations Cups. Dabei ist der NDR mit fünf Programmen: NDR 1 Welle Nord, Schleswig-Holstein Magazin, N-JOY, NDR 2 und NDR Info. Auf die Bühne kommen dann unter anderen Max Giesinger, Radio Doria mit Sänger Jan Josef Liefers, The Disco Boys und die NDR Bigband. Die NDR Programme aus Schleswig-Holstein, NDR 1 Welle Nord und das Schleswig-Holstein Magazin berichten an allen zehn Tagen aktuell und live von der Kieler Woche.

Die schönsten Fotos von der Kieler Woche

NDR Bühne am Ostseekai - Überblick
Datum/Uhrzeit Programm Veranstalter
Freitag,
16.06.2017,
ab 20 Uhr
Konzerte: Lola Marsh und Max Giesinger NDR 2
Sonnabend,
17.06.2017,
20.30 Uhr
Konzert: Kultband Tiffany NDR 1 Welle Nord
Schleswig-Holstein Magazin
Sonntag,
18.06.2017,
21.30 Uhr
Konzert: Wincent Weiss (inkl. Gebärdendolmetscherin Laura Schwengber) NDR 1 Welle Nord
Schleswig-Holstein Magazin
Montag,
19.06.2017,
17 Uhr
Public Viewing: Confederations Cup
Anpfiff 17 Uhr
Australien : Deutschland
und Open-Air-Kino "Tatortortreiniger"
NDR
Dienstag,
20.06.2017,
19 Uhr
Konzerte: Meute und NDR Bigband feat. Alon & Joca NDR Info
NDR Bigband
Mittwoch,
21.06.2017,
19.30 Uhr
Open-Air-Kino "Tatort"
Donnerstag,
22.06.2017,
ab 20 Uhr
Public Viewing: Confederations Cup
Anpfiff 20 Uhr
Deutschland : Chile
und Konzert von The Disco Boys
N-JOY
Freitag,
23.06.2017,
ab 20 Uhr
Konzert: Chefboss und Teesy N-JOY
Sonnabend,
24.06.2017,
21.30 Uhr
Konzert: Radio Doria mit Jan Josef Liefers NDR 1 Welle Nord
Schleswig-Holstein Magazin
Sonntag,
25.06.2017,
ab 17 Uhr
Public Viewing: Confederations Cup
Anpfiff 17 Uhr
Deutschland : Kamerun
und Konzert: Yvonne Catterfeld und Laith Al-Deen
NDR 2

Musikalischer Auftakt mit Max Giesinger

Freitag, 16. Juni: NDR 2 startet am Freitag mit einem Top-Act in die Kieler Woche: Max Giesinger ist der Shooting-Star des vergangenen Jahres. Mit "80 Millionen", der ersten Single seines Albums "Der Junge, der rennt" stürmte er auf Platz zwei der Charts, erhielt eine Platin-Auszeichnung und schuf damit die inoffizielle Hymne der Fußball-Europameisterschaft. Auf YouTube erhielt sein Musikvideo dazu bis heute rund 27 Millionen Views. Auch den Abschlussabend der Kieler Woche am 25. Juni übernimmt NDR 2.

Holstenbummel und Kultband Tiffany

Sonnabend, 17. Juni: Auch NDR 1 Welle Nord und das Schleswig-Holstein Magazin veranstalten Konzerte am Kieler Ostseekai. Zum traditionellen Holstenbummel am Sonnabend präsentieren sie Kiels Kultband Tiffany mit Sängerin Hanne Pries.

Bühnenshow mit Wincent Weiss

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Sonntag, 18. Juni: Shootingstar Wincent Weiss sorgt für beste Unterhaltung am Abend. Selten wurde ein Debüt-Album mit so viel Spannung erwartet. Nachdem der 24-Jährige mit den Songs "Musik sein" und "Feuerwerk" Hits landete, veröffentlichte er schließlich Mitte April mit "Irgendwas gegen die Stille" sein erstes Album. Der Song "Musik sein" erschien im April 2016 - und wurde ein Hit, der sich 29 Wochen lang in den Charts hielt und mit Gold ausgezeichnet wurde. Bereits im März spielte er eine ausverkaufte Deutschland-Tour. Auf die Kieler Woche kommt Wincent Weiss gemeinsam mit seiner Band. Gebärdendolmetscherin Laura Schwengber macht das Konzert auch für Gehörlose zu einem außergewöhnlichen Erlebnis.

Kino unter freiem Himmel

Montag und Mittwoch, 19. und 21. Juni: Erstmalig lädt der NDR im Rahmen der Kieler Woche zu zwei Fan-Abenden mit Open-Air-Kino-Events ein. Zwei "Tatort"-Folgen mit dem Kieler Ermittler Borowski zeigt der NDR am Mittwoch, 21. Juni, auf großer Videowand am Ostseekai. Schauspieler Axel Milberg präsentiert hier Borowskis Lieblingsfälle. Freunde des skurrilen Humors dürfen sich außerdem am Montag, 19. Juni, ab 19 Uhr auf die Folgen "Die Challenge", "Freunde" und "Özgür" von "Der Tatortreiniger" freuen - unter Anwesenheit von Bjarne Mädel, der im Anschluss Autogramme gibt. An beiden Abenden wird ein Teil des NDR Areals bestuhlt sein. Darüber hinaus können Besucher Decken oder Isomatten mitbringen.

Fußball auf großer Leinwand

Montag, Donnerstag und Sonntag, 19., 22. und 25. Juni: Mitgefiebert werden kann auch beim Public Viewing zum Confederations Cup. Alle Spiele der deutschen Fußball-Nationalmannschaft, die während der Kieler Woche stattfinden, werden beim NDR am Ostseekai auf einer LED-Wand übertragen. Als aktueller Weltmeister nimmt die deutsche Elf am Turnier in Russland teil. Ihr erstes Spiel bestreitet sie gegen Asienmeister Australien am Montag. Anpfiff ist um 17 Uhr. Weiter geht es dann mit dem Spiel gegen Südamerika-Meister Chile am Donnerstag ab 20 Uhr. Beim dritten Gruppenspiel am Sonntag trifft die Mannschaft von Jogi Löw auf Afrikameister Kamerun. Spielbeginn ist um 17 Uhr.

Jazz-Sounds vor maritimer Kulisse

Dienstag, 20. Juni: Freunde der Jazz-Musik dürfen sich auf Dienstag freuen - dann präsentiert NDR Info die NDR Bigband am Ostseekai. Unter der Leitung von Jörg Achim Keller spielt sie ein gemeinsames Set mit dem israelischen Pianisten und Komponisten Alon Yavnai und dem brasilianischen Perkussionisten Joca Perpignan. Beide werden außerdem als Sänger dem Publikum eine überzeugende Kostprobe geben. Das Konzert der NDR Bigband feat. Alon & Joca widmet sich dem Welt-Jazz aus Südamerika, Afrika und dem Nahen Osten.

Open-Air-Party mit The Disco Boys

Donnerstag und Freitag, 22. und 23. Juni: Zwei Abende gestaltet N-JOY, das junge Radioprogramm des NDR. Während die Live-Acts für Freitag noch bekannt gegeben werden, steht für Donnerstag ein Auftritt von The Disco Boys fest. Das ist schon fast Tradition. Das DJ-Duo feiert am Ostseekai eine Club-Party unter freiem Himmel. Die Hamburger Raphael Krickow und Gordon Hollenga begannen vor mehr als 20 Jahren Disco-Musik von Vinyl-Scheiben mit aktuellen House-Sounds zu mixen. Heute gehören sie zur europäischen Spitze der House-DJs und bespielen weltweit Clubs. Auch auf großen Electro-Festivals wie Nature One oder Sensation White stehen sie regelmäßig im Line-Up.

Radio Doria mit Sänger Jan Josef Liefers

Sonnabend, 24. Juni: Ein anderes Highlight erwartet die Besucherinnen und Besucher mit dem Auftritt von Radio Doria. Ende März schickte NDR 1 Welle Nord Radio Doria und Jan Josef Liefers mit dem durch das südliche Schleswig-Holstein. Schon da begeisterte die Band Tausende Zuschauer bei den Bahnhofs-Konzerten - und jetzt macht sie am zweiten Sonnabend der Kieler Woche auf der NDR Bühne am Ostseekai Station. Im Gepäck: die Songs ihres Albums "Die freie Stimme der Schlaflosigkeit".

Abschlussabend am Ostseekai

Sonntag, 25. Juni: Bereits ab 17 Uhr startet der NDR 2 Abschlussabend der Kieler Woche mit einem Public Viewing. Im Confederations Cup spielt die deutsche Elf gegen Kamerun. Ab 19 Uhr präsentiert NDR 2 Moderator Dirk Böge den Besuchern vor der NDR 2 Bühne am Ostseekai zweimal NDR 2 Musikszene Deutschland. Mediterranes Feeling und große Emotionen stehen auf dem Programm, denn NDR 2 holt Yvonne Catterfeld und Laith Al-Deen auf die Bühne.

Serienstars aus dem Ersten beim NDR am Ostseekai

Am zweiten Wochenende der Kieler Woche erwartet die Besucherinnen und Besucher außerdem ein ganz besonderes Ereignis: Insgesamt 13 Stars aus den ARD-Serien im Ersten "Lindenstraße", "Großstadtrevier", "Rote Rosen", "Um Himmels Willen", "Sturm der Liebe", "Alles Klara" und "WaPo Bodensee" kommen für einen Talk und eine Autogrammstunde auf das NDR Areal am Ostseekai. Der Bühnentalk startet jeweils um 14.45 Uhr. Im Anschluss geben die Darsteller ab 15 Uhr Autogramme.

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NDR 1 Welle Nord | Nachrichten für Schleswig-Holstein | 28.04.2017 | 13:00 Uhr

Map of the Peninsula

   (Nørrejylland), i.e. Jutland north of the Kongeå River. In Danish, the region can be subdivided into Nord-, Midt-, and stiftung warentest singlebörsen 2014 Sydjylland. Not to be confused with "Nordjylland", the latter roughly corresponds to the North Denmark Region

  ; commonly reckoned as part of Jutland, although technically an island, since it was severed from the Jutland Peninsula in 1825 by a flood.

   (Nordschleswig or Sønderjylland): Denmark (Middle Ages), part of the (a fief of the Danish crown) 13th century till 1864; German from 1864 until 1920; Danish since 1920

   (German since 1864; part of the Duchy of Schleswig (a fief of the Danish crown) until 1864; historically an integral part of Southern Jutland)

  Historical area of (Holsten), sometimes considered part of Jutland Peninsula – south to the Elbe and the Elbe-Lübeck Canal

The history of Schleswig-Holstein consists of the corpus of facts since the pre-history times until the modern establishing of the state.

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Early history[]

The is a peninsula in with modern-day at its. is also called (Sønderjylland). The old Scandinavian, perhaps dating back to the times of the and give the impression that Jutland has been divided into a northern and a southern part with the border running along the River.

Taking into account both and sources, however, one could conclude that the inhabited both the Kongeå region and the more northern part of the peninsula, while the lived approximately where the towns and Schleswig later would emerge (originally centered in the southeast of Schleswig in ), the (earlier known apparently as the ) originally centered in Western Holstein (known historically as "") and, part of the (Abodrites) in Eastern Holstein. The settled in the early Viking ages in Northern and Central Schleswig and the Northern after approximately the year 900 in Western Schleswig.

The pattern of populated and unpopulated areas was relatively constant through and.

After the Dark Ages migrations[]

Historic settlement areas in present-day Schleswig-Holstein. Some areas were not or became depopulated and repopulated during the.

After many Angles emigrated to the British Islands in the 5th century, the land of the Angles came in closer contact with the Danish islands — plausibly by partly immigration/occupation by the. Later also the contacts increased between the Danes and the people on the northern half of the peninsula.

Judging by today's placenames, then the southern border of the seems to have been (starting at the west) up the river, along the (also known as Danewerk), then cutting across from the estuary to, and leaving the peninsula, while the West coast of Schleswig had been the area of the Frisian language.

After the Slavic migrations, the eastern area of modern Holstein was inhabited by (Vagri) a subgroup of the (Obotritae).

Nordalbingia and Wagria in 8th century-9th century[]

Apart from northern Holstein and Schleswig inhabited by there were and in respectively, Western and Eastern Holstein.

Nordalbingia (German: Nordalbingien, i.e. land north of the river) was one of the four administrative regions of the medieval Duchy of Saxony, the others being Angria, Eastphalia, and Westphalia. Nordalbingia consisted of four districts: Dithmarschen, Holstein, Stormarn (north of the Elbe) and (south of the Elbe).

The, Wagiri, or Wagrians were a tribe of Polabian Slavs inhabiting, or eastern Holstein in, from the ninth to twelfth centuries. They were a constituent tribe of the confederacy.

Conquest of Nordalbingia by Obodrites and Franks[]

In the (German: Schlacht bei Bornhöved) on the field of Sventanafeld (Sventanapolje, Slavonic for "sacred field") near the village of Bornhöved near Neumünster in 798 the Obodrites, led by Drożko, allied with the Franks, defeated the Nordalbingian Saxons.

Following defeat of Norgalbingians in the Battle of Bornhöved by combined forces of the Obodrites and the Franks, where the Saxons lost 4,000 people, 10,000 Saxon families were deported to other areas of the empire. Areas north of Elbe (Wagria) were given to the Obodrites, while was directly incorporated. However, the Obodrites soon were invaded by Danes and only the intervention of Charlemagne pushed the Danes out of Eider river.

Danish, Saxon, Franks struggle for control of Holstein[]

As extended his realm in the late 8th century, he met a united Danish army which stiftung warentest singlebörsen 2014 successfully defended , a fortified defensive barrier across the south of the territory west of the Schlei. A border was established at the in 811.

This stiftung warentest singlebörsen 2014 strength was enabled by three factors:

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  • the fishing,
  • the good soil giving good pasture and harvests
  • in particular the tax and customs revenues from the market in, where all trade between the and Western Europe passed.

The Danevirke was built immediately south of the road where boats or goods had to be hauled for approximately 5 kilometers between a Baltic Sea bay and the small river (Danish, Rejde Å) connected to the. There on the narrowest part of southern Jutland was established the important transit market (, also known as Hedeby, near modern Haddeby), which was protected by the Danevirke fortification. Hedeby was located on the inlet Schlei opposite to what is now the.

The wealth of Schleswig, as reflected by impressive archeological finds on the site today, and the taxes from the Haithabu market, was enticing. A separate of Haithabu was established around year 900 by the Olaf from. Olaf's son and successor Gnupa was however killed in battle against the Danish king, and his kingdom vanished.

The southern border was then adjusted back and forth a few times. For instance, the Holy Roman Emperor occupied the region between the river Eider and the inlet Schlei in the years 974–983, called the of Schleswig, and stimulating German. Later Haithabu was burned by, and first under the reign of King (986-1014) the situation was stabilised, although raids against Haithabu would be repeated. Haithabu was once again and ultimately destroyed by fire in 1066. As reported in 1076, the was the border between Denmark and the Saxon territories.

From the time Danes came to Schleswig from today’s eastern part of Denmark and Germans colonised Schleswig migrating from Holstein, the country north of the Elbe had been the battleground of and, as well as certain. Danish scholars point to the existence of Danish placenames north for Eider and Danevirke as evidence that at least the most of Schleswig was at one time Danish; German scholars claim it, on the other hand, as essentially "Germanic"[], due to the fact that Schleswig became an autonomous entity and a duchy (in the 13th century) since it has been populated and been dominated from the South. The Duchy of Schleswig, or (Sønderjylland), had been a Danish, though having been more or less independent from the Kingdom of Denmark during the centuries, similarly to Holstein, that had been from the first a fief of the Holy Roman Empire, originating in the small area of, in today western Holstein, inhabited then mostly by Saxons, but in 13th century expanded to the present Holstein, after winning[] local Danish overlord.[] Throughout the Middle Ages, Schleswig was a source of rivalry between Denmark and the nobility of the duchy of Holstein within the Holy Roman Empire. The Danish position can be exemplified with an inscription on a stone in the walls of the town of (Danish: Rendsborg) located on the border between Schleswig and Holstein: Eidora Terminus Imperii Romani ("The River Eider is the Border of the Holy Roman Empire"). A number of Holsatian nobles sought to challenge this.

Danish, Saxon, Angles struggle for control of Schleswig[]

The area of Schleswig (Southern Jutland) was first inhabited by the mingled West Germanic tribes, and, later also by the North Germanic Danes and West Germanic. Holstein was inhabited mainly by the West Germanic Saxons, aside (such as ) and other Slavic peoples in the East. The Saxons were the last of their nation to submit to Charlemagne (804), who put their country under counts, the limits of the Empire being pushed in 810 as far as the Schlei in Schleswig. In 811 the river was declared as borderline between the and. Then began the secular struggle between the Danish kings and the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire, and in 934 the established the March of Schleswig (Limes Danarum) between the Eider and the Schlei as an outpost of the Empire against the Danes.

South of this raged the contest between the Empire and Slavs. The Slavs, conquered and Christianised, rose in revolt in 983, after the death of the, and for a while reverted to paganism and independence. The Saxon dukes, however, continued to rule central Holstein, and when became (1106), on the extinction of the Billung line, he enfeofed Lord Adolphus of Schauenburg with the County of Holstein, as a Saxon, becoming with the Saxon, later dukes as.

12th century[]

The Earl (jarl) (Eng. )(killed 1131), son of a Danish king, became of or Southern Jutland. His son ascended the Danish throne, and the main branch continued as Kings, and a descended from received Southern Jutland () as their. During the rule of the dynasty Southern Jutland functioned as the which provided for the expenses of Royal Princes. Rivalry of royal succession and particularly the tendency of autonomy led to long-lasting feuds between the Dukes of Schleswig and the Kings of Denmark 1253–1325.

At that time, the Holy Roman Empire expanded northwards and had set up the family as counts of Holstein, under German suzerainty, first located in, the Saxon part of the region, in what now is western Holstein. Knud Lavard had also gained awhile parts of, and thereby came in conflict with Count Adolphus I (Schauenburg) in the part of Holstein within the Empire, as they both were very keen on expanding their influence and pacifying the tribe (see: )., son of Adolphus I, succeeded and established the (1143) with about the borders it has had since then. was, many of the were killed and the land was inhabited by settlers from, and. Soon the Holsatian towns, such as and, became serious trade competitors on the.

13th century[]

(1128–1164), succeeded in re-conquering the Slavonic and founded the city and to hold them in check. (d. 1225), his successor, received in fee from the, but in 1203 the fortunes of war compelled him to surrender Holstein to who mandated, the cession being confirmed in a Golden bull by the in 1214 and the pope in 1217, thus provoking the nobles in Holstein. Valdemar appointed his lieutenant in Holstein.

In 1223, King Valdemar and his eldest son were abducted by count (also known as Heinrich de

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