Tailor's -Vera, German Lady's Costume: according to illuminations in the Codex Manesse (1300-1320). The costume consists of a linnen lady´s brie, separated hose, lady´s inferior and superior flax linnen cotte, woolen sleeveless surcotte (according to the pattern of the Gown of St. Clare of Assisi ) and a white "coffee hat". The neckline of the superior cotte is embroidered with a golden thread, the superior cotte has a golden brocade borders.
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!
German lady's renaissance The dress is made of green-blue brocade and real silk and is decorated by perls embroidery and Leon ribon. Skirt consists of 40 pieces. Lady has on her head white silk coif and brocade bonnet decorated by ostrich plumes. The inspiration for this dress were painting of Lucas Cranach the elder (1472 – 1553)
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American GIs talk with young German ladies in Berlin's Tiergarden in August 1945. A group of Soviet soldiers is in the background. "Fraternization" was officially discouraged and sometimes punished. That of course couldn't stop "friendly chatting." In the two years following the end of the war GI applications for marrying German women increased manifold.