"... was cosponsored by two thirds of the General Assembly, including the entire African Group , and was adopted by consensus by all UN members. The resolution, which was hailed by the Ban FGM Campaign , reflects universal agreement that female genital mutilation constitutes a violation of human rights, which all countries of the world should address through 'all necessary measures, including enacting and enforcing legislation to prohibit FGM and to protect women and girls from this form of violence, and to end impunity'." 10
The new building for the central station Hauptbahnhof was opened in May 2006 and together with Südkreuz (southern cross) and Ostbahnhof (eastern station) - plus minor Gesundbrunnen in the north and Spandau in the west - form the backbone of all connections. All are connected to either S- or U-Bahn (and in the future, both). All trains travel through central station and a second major hub (depending on the destination you travel to or arrive from). Trains in the regional area (Berlin and Brandenburg) mostly use these stations. Regional trains stop at several stations within Berlin.
DDR German Shepherd Lines:: 5A: This line descends from Alf v. Nordfelsen and is predominantly propagated by Don v. Rolandsteich and his descendants. 11A: This line originates from Rolf v. Osnabruecker Land and is continued predominantly through Bernd v. Lierberg and his descendants like Pushkass v. Haus Himpel and Olf v. Fuerstendamm. 11B: This line descends from Ex v. Riedstern primarily through Cliff v. Bleichfleck. 11C: This line originates from V Ali vom Gränert,V Barry vom Andershofer Ufe,V Drusus vom Falkenwappen,V Geier vom Baruther Land,Bodo v Winkel, Casar v Rangental, Lars v Furstendamm, Seigo v Angerholz...Grand vd Ziegelwiese, Boy v Hohenwarthereck, Henk vd Moschelwith. 11D: This line radiates from Ingo v. Rudingen leading to Held v. Ritterberg and Jeff v. Flaemings Sand through his sons Flint v. Steiglerhof, Birko . Wolfshoehle, and most famous of all Lord v. Gleisdreieck. 11E: This line comes through 2x DDR seiger Condor v. Maderpfahl and radiates through Ohle v. Rundeck into the studs Fels v. Kemmlerblick and Zorro v. Laagerwall. 12: This line today descends primarily from Golf v. Ritterberg and his brother Grand v. Ritterberg. 13A: This line today persists primarily through the descendants Alf v. Koernersee.
Preserving the DDR lines implies standing still, not improving the line. We need to preserve the image of the breed as it was and build on top just as they would have done. The most important thing we can do is to retain the DDR body style & type while maintaining and improving as strong as genetic diversity as we possibly can for the health of the breed. The standards we look for include powerful, deep chested bodies with almost straight square frames, intimidating presence and supreme intelligence. Working abilities include tracking, athleticism, toughness, climbing abilities, hardiness, and the ability to withstand extreme physical conditions and demands. These are the strict guidelines imposed on the breed, and resulted in the creation of the DDR Shepherd one the finest working animals the world has ever had, with thanks to a few. Please note that most of the best dogs for breeding and security in the DDR did not go to the Military they went to friends and families of the breeders. They can make, with proper guidance some of the best family pets you will ever have. This lines are amazing, and as each member of your family is different from the next, puppies are no different. One sister/brother may excel in martial arts, police or military while one is best suited as a care giver, a nurse or doctor. Some of our puppy's are best suited for family life, some as protection dogs and some for Police and Military. Once your needs are identified we will help you choose the right new family member or partner.