Quick Check is our scan as you shop service. Using a handheld scanner, you scan each item as you take it from the shelves and pack as you go. When you have finished shopping, all that is left to do is pay at the Quick Check till, without having to unpack and re-pack your shopping. If paying using a debit, credit or account card you can save even more time by using Quick Pay. Quick Check is available in a number of branches. We will also supply special reusable bags to our partnership cardholders and Waitrose and John Lewis account card cardholders.
From officers to soldiers of the ww2 German Gestapo, all fabrics of the German World War two (ww2,wwii) Gestapo uniforms have been custom made to WW2sale's very high quality. We have, however, managed to replicate all the uniform on the German Gestapo to round off the Uniforms requirements for reenactors, collectors and living history enthusiasts for this era.
German nationalism became the sole focus of the German Question which was the question of how Germany was going to be best unified into a nation-state. The idea of unifying all German-speakers into one state was known as the Großdeutsche Lösung ("Greater German solution") which was propagated mostly by the Austrian Empire and the German Austrians. The other option, the Kleindeutsche Lösung ("Lesser German solution") only advocated unifying the northern German states without Austria and the German Austrians was supported predominantly in the Kingdom of Prussia .  The idea of including the Austrian Empire into a German nation-state was a problem because it included many non-German ethnic groups, as well as many of the areas it ruled had never been part of Germany and did not want to become part of a German nation-state.  In 1866, the feud between Austria and Prussia finally came to a head. In the final battle of the German war ( Battle of Königgrätz ) the Prussians successfully defeated the Austrians and succeeded in creating the North German Confederation .