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Volk is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Amy Volk (born ), American politician from Maine; Austin Volk (–), US politician; Christopher Völk (born ), German judoka; Douglas Volk (), American portrait and figure painter, muralist, and educator; Ernest Volk (–), German-born US archaeologist; George Herbert Volk . "In the Name of the Volk" chronicles the change of the German "high court" for treason, the VGH (Volksgerichtshof) or National Socialist People's Court, from its foundation on "natural law" (whatever that is) during the Republic to its foundation on the "healthy intuitive feeling of the Volk" (p,) to finally the subjective will of the /5. In the Name of the Volk book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the Nazis set up a special court to deal with treason agai /5. While the book does not deal with Volk's sister's sensibilities, I get the impression, the sister had her mother's number from the beginning. I still recommend the book, just be prepared for a fascinating psychological profile that the author, because she's too close to the forest to see the trees, doesn't know she is providing, unless she is 4/5(88).
The name Volk is ranked on th position of the most used names. It means that this name is rarely used. We estimate that there are at least persons in the world having this name which is around % of the population. The name Volk has four characters. Volk is one of the names carried to England in the great wave of migration from Normandy following the Norman Conquest in It is based on the Norman personal name Fulco. The line of this name descends from the noble house of Fulco Nerra, who held the title of Count of Anjou, Normandy. Guido Fitz-Fulco of Normandy was listed in the Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae . In the Nazis set up a special court to deal with treason against the German state. Between and this court - the ""Volksgerichtshof"" or ""People's Court"" - condemned more t civilians to death and sent thousands more to concentration camps. Yet in spite of its blatantly political character, the People's Court was never indicted, either at Nuremberg or in . The location setting in the book is very vivid and allows the reader to truly place themselves in the settings. I've been fortunate enough to travel to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Prague, and New York - and these places jumped to life on the pages of Volk's Game. I found the book thoroughly enjoyable, and I wish I still had more to read!4/5(31).
Volk Family History & Genealogy 2 photos, 4, biographies, and last name history of the Volk family, shared by AncientFaces Members. Erik Volk was born and raised in the little state of Rhode Island, spent ten years in the big city of Seattle and now makes his home in a tiny town in Ve /5. The term Volk in the medieval period (Middle High German volc) had the primary meaning of "large crowd, army", while the more general sense of "population" or "people" was expressed by diet (adjective dietsch, deutsch "popular, of the people"). It was only in the early modern period that deutsch acquired the meaning of an ethnic self-designation.. Beginning in , the Holy . The surname Volk appears to be of patronymic origin, that is, a surname derived from the first name of the father or other ancestor of the eponymous bearer. It is based on the Germanic personal name Volz, which was very popular in former times, and simply means "son or descendant of Volz or Folz." Its etymology may be traced to the German word "volk," meaning .