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A Tramp Abroad is a work of travel literature, including a mixture of autobiography and fictional events, by American author Mark Twain, published in 1880.
The A35 autoroute is a toll free highway in northeastern France.
Ace of Aces (1970 – 26 March 1992) was an American-bred French-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Achern is a city in Western Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Achille-Félix Montaubry, (born Niort, Deux-Sèvres, 12 November 1826 – died Angers, 2 October 1898) was a French musician and operatic tenor, active in Paris; later a theatre director.
The Adelaide Liedertafel (Die Adelaider Liedertafel) is a traditional German male choir, one of several Liedertafeln, or song societies, in the history of Adelaide and South Australia.
Karl Ernst Adolf Anderssen (July 6, 1818 – March 13, 1879)"Anderssen, Adolf" in The New Encyclopædia Britannica.
Adolf Ausfeld (30 August 1855, Gotha – 16 August 1904, Heidelberg) was a German schoolteacher and classical philologist, known for his studies of "Alexander romance", defined as a collection of legends involving the mythical exploits of Alexander the Great.
Adolf Des Coudres (2 June 1862, Karlsruhe - 21 September 1924, Fürstenfeldbruck) was a German landscape painter.
Adolf Jensen (12 January 1837 – 23 January 1879) was a German pianist, composer and music teacher, and was the brother of Gustav Jensen (1843–1895) who was a violinist and composer.
Adolf Franklin Rebner (also Adolph Rebner) (21 November 1876 in Vienna, Austria – 19 June 1967 in Baden-Baden, Germany) was an Austrian violinist and violist.
Gustav Adolf von Rauch (25 August 1805 - 26 June 1877) was a cavalry officer in the Prussian Army.
Adolf Ziegler (16 October 1892 in Bremen – 18 September 1959 in Varnhalt, today Baden-Baden) was a German painter and politician.
Adolph Emmerling (13 June 1842, Freiburg im Breisgau – 17 March 1906, Baden-Baden) was a German chemist, known for his research in the field of agricultural chemistry.
Countess Agatha Marie of Hanau-Lichtenberg (22 August 1599 in Buchsweiler (now Bouxwiller) 23 May 1636 in Baden (now Baden-Baden)), was a daughter of Count Johann Reinhard I (1569-1625) and his wife, Countess Maria Elisabeth of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein (1576-1605).
Aglaja Orgeni, real name Anna Maria von Görger St.
The Agri Decumates or Decumates Agri were a region of the Roman Empire's provinces of Germania superior ("Upper Germania") and Raetia; covering the Black Forest, Swabian Jura, and Franconian Jura areas between the Rhine, Main, and Danube rivers; in present southwestern Germany, including present Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Freiburg im Breisgau, and Weißenburg in Bayern.
The "Alabama Song"—also known as "Moon of Alabama", "Moon over Alabama", and "Whisky Bar"—is an English version of a song written by Bertolt Brecht and translated from German by his close collaborator Elisabeth Hauptmann in 1925 and set to music by Kurt Weill for the 1927 play Little Mahagonny.
Albert III (Albrecht III.) (9 November 141411 March 1486) was Elector of Brandenburg from 1471 until his death, the third from the House of Hohenzollern.
Albrecht Moritz James Karl Schoenhals (7 March 1888 – 4 December 1978) was a German film actor.
Aleksander Miller (Müller, Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Ми́ллер, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Miller (1862, Saint Petersburg – 1923, Baden-Baden) was a Russian nobleman, the last Russian President of Warsaw. Graduate of St. Petersburg University. Owned and managed estate near Ariogala, being a neighbour and friend of Pyotr Stolypin. From 1902 to 1909 he was elected Marshal of Nobility of the Kovno Governorate. Miller was President of Warsaw from 1909 to 1915, up to the moment when the city was occupied by the German army during the World War I. Category:1862 births Category:1923 deaths Category:Saint Petersburg State University alumni Category:Marshals of nobility Category:Presidents of Warsaw Category:Russian officials in Congress Poland.
Aleksandrs Antoņenko (born in Riga June 26, 1975) is a Latvian tenor who specializes in dramatic repertoire.
Alexander Alekhine (Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Але́хин, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Alekhin;; March 24, 1946) was a Russian and French chess player and the fourth World Chess Champion.
Alexander Baumann (born 28 May 1984 in Rastatt, West Germany) is a curler from Baden-Baden, Germany.
Alexander Constantin Watzke, Senior, was born in Prenzlau, in the Ückermark district of the Kingdom of Prussia, now part of Germany, in 1836, the sixth of thirteen children born to Johann Watzke, roofer, and his first wife, Charlotte Dubois.
Alexander Mikhailovich Gorchakov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Миха́йлович Горчако́в), (15 July 179811 March 1883) was a Russian diplomat and statesman from the Gorchakov princely family.
Alexander Ivanov (Russian: Александр Иванов, born 27 October 1962) is a Russian art collector who lives in Moscow.
Alexander Schleicher (May 22, 1901 – April 26, 1968) was a German pioneer of sailplane design.
Alexandra Kamp-Groeneveld (born 29 December 1966) is a German model and actress.
Alexey (Alex) Sergeyevich Selezniev (Алексе́й Серге́евич Селезнёв, alternative transliterations: Selesniev, Selesniew, Selesnev, Selesnieff; pronounced "selezNYOFF") (1888, Tambov, Russia – June 1967, Bordeaux, France) was a Russian chess master and chess composer.
Alexis-Joseph Mazerolle (29 June 1826 – 29 May 1889) was a French painter.
Bruno Alfred Döblin (10 August 1878 – 26 June 1957) was a German novelist, essayist, and doctor, best known for his novel Berlin Alexanderplatz (1929).
Alfred Erich Hoche (1 August 1865 in Wildenhain, Province of Saxony – 16 May 1943 in Baden-Baden) was a German psychiatrist well known for his writings about eugenics and euthanasia.
Alisa Sadikova (Алиса Садикова) (born 30 March 2003) is a prodigy classical harpist from Russia.
Allen Jones (born 1 September 1937) is a British pop artist best known for his paintings, sculptures, and lithography.
Upon the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II, the victorious Allies asserted their joint authority and sovereignty over 'Germany as a whole', defined as all territories of the former German Reich which lay west of the Oder–Neisse line, having declared the extinction of Nazi Germany at the death of Adolf Hitler (see 1945 Berlin Declaration).
The ruins of Alt-Eberstein are the remains of the former Schloss Eberstein (Eberstein Castle), located on a hill near the town of Ebersteinburg and directly upstream of the modern city of Baden-Baden, in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Altes Schloss or Altes Schloß, which is German for "Old Palace" or "Old Castle", may refer to the following structures:;Germany.
Altstadt is the German language word for "old town", and generally refers to the historical town or city centre within the old town or city wall, in contrast to younger suburbs outside.
Amalie of Brandenburg (born: 1 October 1461 on the Plassenburg; died: 3 September 1481 in Baden-Baden) was Princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Countess Palatine and Duchess of Zweibrücken and Veldenz.
The American Folk Blues Festival was a music festival that toured Europe as an annual event for several years beginning in 1962.
André Friedrich or Andreas Friederich (17 January 1798, Ribeauvillé - 9 March 1877, Strasbourg) was an Alsatian artist, sculptor and lithographer active in Germany and France.
André Salvat (16 May 1920 – 9 February 2017) was a colonel in the French Army.
Andreas Heinecke is a social entrepreneur and the creator of Dialogue in the Dark.
Andreas Lehnert is a German clarinetist.
Andrey Ermakov (Андрей Андреевич Ермаков), (born May 27, 1987) is a Russian ballet dancer, a winner of 'Soul of Dance' award (Russian 'Ballet' magazine, 2013), who performs as a soloist with the Mariinsky Ballet (formerly the Kirov Ballet).
Angad Aulakh is an American filmmaker.
Ann-Marie MacDonald (born October 29, 1958) is a Canadian playwright, novelist, actress and broadcast host who lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Anna Zerr (26 July 1822 – 14 December 1881) was a German operatic soprano.
Annemarie von Nathusius, originally Anna Maria Luise von Nathusius (28 August 1874, Ludom/Poznań – 17 October 1926, Berlin), was a German novelist who wrote boldly about issues of women’s sexuality and lived a distinctly unconventional life.
Annie Louise Cary (October 22, 1842April 3, 1921) was an American singer.
This is a list of the main career statistics of New Zealand former tennis player Anthony Wilding (1883–1915) whose amateur career spanned from the beginning of the 20th century until the outbreak of World War I. Wilding won six Grand Slam singles titles, including four Wimbledon Championships.
The Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), originally known as the Boycott Movement, was a British organisation that was at the centre of the international movement opposing the South African apartheid system and supporting South Africa's non-White population who were persecuted by the policies of apartheid.
Antje Vowinckel (born December 14, 1964 in Hagen) is a Berlin-based German sound artist, radio artist, and musician.
Antoinette Bower (born September 30, 1932) is a film, television and stage actress, whose career lasted nearly four decades.
Anton Flettner (November 1, 1885 – December 29, 1961) was a German aviation engineer and inventor.
Anton Piëch (21 September 1894 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary – 29 August 1952 in Klagenfurt, Austria) was an Austrian lawyer and the son-in-law of Ferdinand Porsche.
Anton Rumpelmayer (in Pressburg, Austria – in Saint-Martin-Vésubie, France) was an Austrian confectioner and k.u.k. Hoflieferant ("Purveyor to the Royal and Imperial Court", equivalent in the United Kingdom to holding a Royal warrant of appointment).
South Africa did not compete at Olympic Games from 1964 to 1988, as a part of the sporting boycott of South Africa during the apartheid era.
The Appenweier–Strasbourg railway is a major railway line linking the French TGV station at Strasbourg with the German Rhine Valley Railway (Rheintalbahn) and the Karlsruhe–Basel high-speed railway (between Offenburg and Baden-Baden stations).
SWR2 Archivradio, commonly referred to as Archivradio is an internet radio network by the German public broadcasting corporation SWR.
ARD (full name: Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland – Consortium of public broadcasters in Germany) is a joint organisation of Germany's regional public-service broadcasters.
ARD 1 Plus was a German cultural television channel, which was broadcast as an offshoot of Das Erste from 29 March 1986 to 30 November 1993.
Aribert Ferdinand Heim (28 June 1914 – 10 August 1992) was an Austrian SS doctor, also known as "Dr Death".
Arkadij Naiditsch (Arkadiy Naydiç; born 25 October 1985) is an Azerbaijani (since 2015) chess grandmaster that previously represented Latvia (until 2005) and Germany (2005–2015).
Armand Charles, Count Guilleminot (March 2, 1774 – March 14, 1840), was a French general during the Napoleonic wars.
Arno Paulsen (1900–1969) was a German actor who appeared in around sixty films in the post-Second World War years.
Arnold Halbach (3 July 1787 in Müngsten, near Remscheid – 16 May 1869 in Baden-Baden) was the Prussian Consul in Philadelphia.
Arvato is a global services company headquartered in Gütersloh, Germany.
Ashal (foaled 6 March 1986) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Asilia Guillén (1887–1964) was a Nicaraguan folk artist, specializing in embroidery and painting.
August Friedrich Johann Kraus (9 July 1868, Ruhrort - 8 February 1934, Berlin) was a German sculptor.
August Lewald (14 October 1792 Königsberg – 10 March 1871 Baden-Baden) was a German author.
August Schmarsow (26 May 1853, Schildfeld – 19 January 1936, Baden-Baden) was a German art historian.
Princess Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (Augusta Marie Luise Katharina; 30 September 1811 – 7 January 1890) was the Queen of Prussia and the first German Empress as the consort of William I, German Emperor.
Auguste-Étienne Villemot (1811, Versailles – 19 September 1870, Paris) was a 19th-century French journalist.
Augustus George, Margrave of Baden-Baden (August Georg Simpert; 14 January 1706, Rastatt, Margraviate of Baden – 21 October 1771) was the ruling Margrave of Baden-Baden from 1761 till his death in 1771.
The Austro-Turkish War (1663–1664) or fourth Austro-Turkish War was a short war between the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire.
Avery Brundage (September 28, 1887 – May 8, 1975) was the fifth President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), serving from 1952 to 1972.
is a Japanese Superflat artist, manga artist, and science fiction essayist.
Joseph-Édouard Risler (23 February 187322 July 1929) was a French pianist.
The Abbey of Saint Pancras of Backnang, better known as Backnang Abbey (Stift Backnang), was a German monastery of canons regular founded around AD 1100 in Backnang, in the Duchy of Swabia.
Bad Herrenalb is a municipality in the district of Calw, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Bad Rotenfels is a district in the city of Gaggenau, district of Rastatt, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Bad Wildbad is a town in Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
Baden is a historical German territory.
Baden (an obsolete German word for "Baths") is the western part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg, named for Baden-Baden, which was named for its hot springs.
Baden is a region (Anbaugebiet) for quality wine in Germany,, read on January 1, 2008 and is located in the historical region of Baden in southwestern Germany, which today forms part of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg.
Baden-Baden is a spa town in Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany Baden Baden or Baden-Baden may also refer to.
The Baden Baden International also known as the Baden-Baden tennis tournament and the Baden Baden Invitational was a tennis event held from 1896 through 1966 in Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany on outdoor Clay courts.
The Baden main line (Badische Hauptbahn) is a German railway line that was built between 1840 and 1863.
The Baden Racing Stuten-Preis is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbred fillies and mares aged three years or older.
Baden is a community in Township of Wilmot, Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Baden is a borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, along the Ohio River.
The 1870 chess tournament in Baden-Baden can be regarded as the first strong tournament.
Baden-Baden station is the most important of the three railway stations in the city of Baden-Baden in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Baden-Württemberg is a state in southwest Germany, east of the Rhine, which forms the border with France.
The Baden-Württemberg-Trophy is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
The Badener Höhe is a mountain in the Northern Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Badener Meile is a Group 2 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
The Badener Sprint-Cup was a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
Verlag Karl Baedeker, founded by Karl Baedeker on July 1, 1827, is a German publisher and pioneer in the business of worldwide travel guides.
Though mentioned in the Bahá'í (Bahaitum) literature in the 19th century, the Bahá'í Faith in Germany begins in the early 20th century when two emigrants to the United States returned on prolonged visits to Germany bringing their newfound religion.
Ballet Mécanique (1923–24) is a Dadaist post-Cubist art film conceived, written, and co-directed by the artist Fernand Léger in collaboration with the filmmaker Dudley Murphy (with cinematographic input from Man Ray).
Barbara Jaracz (born 8 June 1977), née Grabarska, is a Poland chess Woman Grandmaster (2007).
Barbara von Annenkoff (1900–1979) was a Russian-born German stage and film actress.
Bart Berman (ברט ברמן; born December 29, 1938) is a Dutch-Israeli pianist and composer, best known as an interpreter of Franz Schubert and 20th-century music.
The Zigarettenfabrik A. Batschari was a German cigar and cigarette manufacturer established in 1834 in Baden-Baden by August Batscharis.
The Battert is a hill,, on the western edge of the Northern Black Forest north of Baden-Baden in Germany.
The Battle Born World Tour is the fourth major concert tour by American rock band The Killers, in support of their fourth studio album Battle Born, which was released in September 2012.
The Battle of Sinsheim was a victory of the Vicomte de Turenne, over forces from the Holy Roman Empire on 16 June 1674, during the Franco-Dutch War.
The Bénazet-Rennen is a Listed flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
The city of Bühl is part of the district of Rastatt in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Benedict John Kerkvliet (born 1943) is Emeritus Professor at the Department of Political and Social Change, School of International, Political & Strategic Studies, Australian National University.
Henri-Benjamin Constant de Rebecque (25 October 1767 – 8 December 1830), or simply Benjamin Constant, was a Swiss-French political activist and writer on politics and religion.
Bernard Groethuysen (September 9, 1880 – September 17, 1946) was a French writer and philosopher.
Bernard I of Baden (1364 – 5 April 1431, Baden) was Margrave of the Margraviate of Baden from 1391 to 1431.
Henry Bernard Levin CBE (19 August 1928 – 7 August 2004) was an English journalist, author and broadcaster, described by The Times as "the most famous journalist of his day".
Bernhard II of Baden (1428 or 1429 at Hohenbaden Castle in Baden-Baden – 15 July 1458 in Moncalieri, Turin), was the second son of Margrave Jacob of Baden and his wife, Catherine of Lorraine.
Bernhard Molique (Wilhelm Bernhard Molique; 7 October 1802 – 10 May 1869) was a German violinist and composer.
Berthold Karl Adolf von Deimling (21 March 1853, Karlsruhe, Grand Duchy of Baden – 3 February 1944) was a general officer of the German Army during World War I. Deimling entered the army in 1871, following the Franco-Prussian War, and after working on the General Staff and in German South-West Africa rose to command a brigade of infantry in 1907.
Bertold Hummel (November 27, 1925 in Hüfingen – August 9, 2002 in Würzburg) was a German composer of modern classical music.
National Olympic Committees select from within their national territory cities to put forward bids to host an Olympic Games.
The selection process for the 1988 Winter Olympics consisted of three bids, and saw Calgary, Alberta, Canada, be selected ahead of Falun, Sweden, and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.
Big FM is a German radio station.
Birgit Stauch (Born in Baden-Baden, Germany, December 11, 1961) is a contemporary German sculptor who works in bronzes, sculptures, sketches and portraits.
The Black Forest (Schwarzwald) is a large forested mountain range in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany.
The Black Forest National Park (Nationalpark Schwarzwald) was created on 1 January 2014 and is the first national park in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Black Knights' Tango (also known as the Mexican Defense or Kevitz–Trajkovic Defense) is a chess opening beginning with the moves: This position can also be reached by transposition, for example 1.c4 Nf6, 1.d4 Nc6, or 1.c4 Nc6.
Blood and Honor: Youth Under Hitler, 1982 (aka Blut und Ehre – Jugend unter Hitler) is a German/American made for TV mini-series which was a co-production between Daniel Wilson Productions and S.W.F (Südwestfunk) and Taurus-Film GmbH.
Blue Wings AG was a charter airline based in Germany, focussing on serving Turkey, the Middle East and Russia from its base at Düsseldorf Airport.
The Bocksbeutel is a type of wine bottle with the form of a flattened ellipsoid.
Bruchsal station is the centre of the rail transport in the city of Bruchsal in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Brunhilde Pomsel (11 January 1911 – 27 January 2017) was a German woman who, as a personal secretary to Joseph Goebbels from 1942 onwards, was one of the last surviving eyewitnesses of the Nazi power apparatus.
The Budapest Gambit (or Budapest Defence) is a chess opening that begins with the moves: Despite an early debut in 1896, the Budapest Gambit received attention from leading players only after a win as Black by Grandmaster Milan Vidmar over Akiba Rubinstein in 1918.
is a 445 km (277 mi) long Autobahn in Germany.
The Bundesstraße 500 is a German federal highway.
Burkard Schliessmann is a German classical pianist and concert artist with an active international career.
Buziaș is a town in Timiș County, Romania.
Cajus Schmiedtlein (ca. 1555–1611) was a German Renaissance composer and organist and is best known for his time as the organist at St. Mary's Church, Gdańsk.
Call a Bike is a dockless bike hire system run by Deutsche Bahn (DB) in several German cities.
The Canadian Winter Sport Institute, also known as WinSport Canada is a non-profit organization based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada whose mandate is to provide training y development to Canada's Olympic athletes, and to maintain the facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Carl Joseph Anton Mittermaier (5 August 1787 Munich – 28 August 1867 Heidelberg) was a German jurist.
Carlos Jesús Torre Repetto (29 November 1904Hooper/Whyld, Gaige say 1905. in Mérida, Yucatán – 19 March 1978 in Mérida, Yucatán) was a chess grandmaster from Mexico.
Carola Neher (born Karola Neher; 2 November 1900 – 26 June 1942) was a German actress and singer.
Carroll House (foaled 5 March 1985) was an Irish-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Caspar Neher (born Rudolf Ludwig Caspar Neher; 11 April 1897 – 30 June 1962) was an Austrian-German scenographer and librettist, known principally for his career-long working relationship with Bertolt Brecht.
Catan Geographies: Germany is a spin-off of the Settlers of Catan series of German-style board games by Klaus Teuber, released in 2008 by publisher Kosmos in German and Mayfair Games in English.
Catherine of Austria (1424 in Wiener Neustadt – 11 September 1493 at Hohenbaden Castle in Baden-Baden) was a member of the House of Habsburg and through marriage Margravine of Baden.
César Ritz (23 February 1850 – 24 October 1918) was a Swiss hotelier and founder of several hotels, most famously the Hôtel Ritz in Paris and the Ritz and Carlton Hotels in London (the forerunners of the modern Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company).
The Cello Concerto, Op.
Richard Strauss composed his Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 6, TrV 115, in 1883 when he was 19 years old.
Cendrillon is a chamber operetta with dialogue in three acts by Pauline Viardot based on the story of Cinderella.
The Central/North Black Forest Nature Park (Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord) covers an area of 3,750 km² and is thus the largest nature park in Germany (as at 2008).
Cezanne (26 April 1989 – after 2001) was a British-bred Thoroughbred racehorse.
Charles André Joseph Marie de Gaulle (22 November 1890 – 9 November 1970) was a French general and statesman who led the French Resistance against Nazi Germany in World War II and chaired the Provisional Government of the French Republic from 1944 to 1946 in order to reestablish democracy in France.
Charles Francis Richter; April 26, 1900 – September 30, 1985) was an American seismologist and physicist. Richter is most famous as the creator of the Richter magnitude scale, which, until the development of the moment magnitude scale in 1979, quantified the size of earthquakes. Inspired by Kiyoo Wadati’s 1928 paper on shallow and deep earthquakes, Richter first used the scale in 1935 after developing it in collaboration with Beno Gutenberg; both worked at the California Institute of Technology. The quote “logarithmic plots are a device of the devil” is attributed to Richter.
Charles Frederick (22 November 1728 – 10 June 1811) was Margrave, Elector and later Grand Duke of Baden (initially only Margrave of Baden-Durlach) from 1738 until his death.
Charles Augustus Lindbergh (February 4, 1902 – August 26, 1974), nicknamed Lucky Lindy, The Lone Eagle, and Slim was an American aviator, military officer, author, inventor, explorer, and environmental activist.
Charles Harold Stuart Low, 2nd Baron Aldington (born 22 June 1948) is a British peer, the son of Toby Low, 1st Baron Aldington.
The term Chess Bundesliga (Schach-Bundesliga) normally refers to the premier league of team chess in Germany established in 1980.
Christa Ruppert Leiria (2 April 19356 May 2010) was a German, later also Portuguese violinist.
The Christian Democratic Union of Germany (Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands, CDU) is a Christian democratic and liberal-conservative political party in Germany.
Prof Christian Friedrich Schönbein HFRSE(18 October 1799 – 29 August 1868) was a German-Swiss chemist who is best known for inventing the fuel cell (1838) at the same time as William Robert Grove and his discoveries of guncotton and ozone.
Christian Sievers (born 1969 in Offenbach am Main) is a German journalist and news presenter.
Christopher I of Baden (13 November 1453 – 19 April 1527) was the Margrave of Baden from 1475 to 1515.
Church architecture refers to the architecture of buildings of Christian churches.
Clearing Customs is a studio album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith.
Coach Trip 1 was the first series of Coach Trip (a Channel 4 programme) that was filmed from April to June 2004 and aired from 7 March to 19 April 2005.
Coleman Barracks/Coleman Army Airfield (ICAO: ETOR) is a United States Army military installation located in the Sandhofen district of Mannheim, Germany.
The Concerto for Two Pianos (sometimes also referred to as Concerto for Two Solo Pianos or rather as its Italian original name, Concerto per due pianoforti soli) is a composition by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky.
Confidence is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Scribner's Monthly in 1879 and then as a book later the same year.
The Constellation Egg is one of two Easter eggs designed under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé in 1917, for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II.
Cool Velvet is a studio album by American saxophonist Stan Getz, recorded and released in 1960 on Verve Records.
Cosmic Pulses is the last electronic composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen, and it is number 93 in his catalog of works.
Louise Wilhelmine Emilie, Countess von Bose, born Countess von Reichenbach-Lessonitz (1813–1883) was a benefactress of the poor and patron of the arts and sciences, particularly the natural sciences.
Countess Palatine Irmengard of the Rhine, also known as Irmengard of Baden (– 24 February 1260) was Margravine of Baden by her marriage to Herman V, Margrave of Baden-Baden.
The Counts of Eberstein were a family of nobility in the southwest of Germany.
The Crystal Cave is a limestone cave located in Put-in-Bay, Ohio, located on South Bass Island in Lake Erie.
Curt Max Prüfer (July 26, 1881 in Berlin-Friedenau - January 30, 1959 in Baden-Baden) was a German diplomat.
Daniel Fohr, born at Heidelberg in 1801, first studied science, which he afterwards abandoned for the art of painting.
DASDING is a youth radio station operated by Südwestrundfunk.
Daxlanden is a borough of Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, in the southwest of Germany.
The decline and fall of Pedro II of Brazil occurred over the course of the 1880s, with the underlying factors accumulating and coming increasingly into focus after 1881.
DELAG, acronym for Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft (German for "German Airship Travel Corporation"), was the world's first airline to use an aircraft in revenue service.
Denis Mukengere Mukwege (born 1 March 1955) is a Congolese gynecologist.
Deutsche Luft Hansa A.G. (from 1933 styled as Deutsche Lufthansa and also known as Luft Hansa, Lufthansa, or DLH) was a German airline, serving as flag carrier of the country during the later years of the Weimar Republic and throughout Nazi Germany.
Devon Ditty (8 May 1976 – 1999) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare.
Dieter Jung (born October 9, 1941 in Bad Wildungen, Hessia) is a German artist working in the field of holography, painting and installation art.
Dietrich Hugo Hermann von Choltitz (9 November 1894 – 4 November 1966) was a German General who served in the Royal Saxon Army during World War I and the German Army during World War II.
Dil To Pagal Hai (English: The Heart Is Crazy), is a 1997 Indian musical romance film directed by Yash Chopra.
The Diocese of Berlin and Germany (Berliner Diözese der Russischen Orthodoxen Kirche, Берлинская и Германская епархия Русской православной церкви) is an eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC), Moscow Patriarchate, uniting parishes on the territory of Germany.
Dirmstein is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bad Dürkheim district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
The Donaueschingen Festival (Donaueschinger Musiktage) is a festival for new music that takes place every October in the small town of Donaueschingen in south-western Germany.
Maria Anna Josepha of Bavaria (Maria Anna Josepha Augusta; 7 August 1734 – 7 May 1776) was a Duchess of Bavaria by birth and Margravine of Baden-Baden by marriage.
Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg (Franziska Sibylle Auguste; 21 January 1675 – 10 July 1733) was Margravine of Baden-Baden.
Duke of Otranto (Duc d'Otrante) is a hereditary title in the nobility of the First French Empire which was bestowed in 1809 by Emperor Napoleon I upon Joseph Fouché (1759-1820), a French statesman and Minister of Police.
Ebersteinburg is an Ortsteil of Baden-Baden.
Professor Eckhard Jesse (born 16 July 1948 in Wurzen, Saxony) is a German political scientist.
The Editions Victor Gadoury is a Monaco publishing company specialized in numismatics and selling coin catalogs.
Edward Fortunatus (or in German Eduard Fortunat) of Baden (17 September 1565 – 8 June 1600) was Margrave of Baden-Rodemachern and Baden-Baden.
Efim Dmitriyevich Bogolyubov (also Romanized Bogoljubov, Bogoljubow; April 14, 1889 – June 18, 1952) was a Russian-born German chess grandmaster who won numerous events and played two matches against Alexander Alekhine for the world championship.
Egon Eiermann (29 September 1904 – 20 July 1970) was one of Germany's most prominent architects in the second half of the 20th century.
Eisenbahn-Romantik (literally: "railway romance") is a German television programme, broadcast by SWR.
Elizabeth of the Palatinate (16 November 1483, Heidelberg – 24 June 1522, Baden-Baden) was a member of the House of Wittelsbach and a Countess Palatine of Simmern and by marriage, successively Landgravine of Hesse-Marburg and Margravine of Baden.
Elisabeth Adelheid Hildegard von Thadden (29 July 1890 – 8 September 1944, executed) was a German progressive educator and a resistance fighter against the Nazi régime as a member of the Solf Circle.
Elmar Hörig, (born 15 June 1949) is a German radio and television presenter.
Elsa Bassermann (1878–1961) was a German screenwriter, stage and film actress.
Emil Julius Carl Kessler (20 August 1813 - 16 March 1867) was a German businessman and founder of the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen ('Esslingen Engineering Works').
Emil Rudolf Weiß, or Weiss (12 October 1875, Lahr - 7 November 1942, Meersburg), was a German painter, typographer, graphic artist and poet.
Emil Karl Heinrich von Richthofen, born 11 July 1810, died 20 June 1895 at Baden-Baden, was a Prussian baron (freiherr) and diplomat.
Emil August Edward Wentzel (c. 1817 – 23 February 1892) was a timber merchant and politician in the colony of South Australia.
Countess Emilie of Reichenbach-Lessonitz née Ortlöpp (13 May 1791 in Berlin – 12 February 1843 in Frankfurt) was the mistress and later second wife of Elector William II of Hesse.
Emma Herwegh (born Emma Siegmund: 10 May 1817 – 24 March 1904) was a German merchant's daughter who participated in the 1848 uprisings, undertaking at least one secret quasi-diplomatic mission on behalf of the "Legion of German democrats".
Empfangshalle (literally lobby) is the name of a German performing art duo.
Enemy in Sight was the working title of a military-themed and strategy-focused first-person shooter video game that was in development by the studio Illusion Softworks.
Epitaph is the second and final studio album by German death metal band Necrophagist released by Relapse Records on August 3, 2004.
Eric Otto Koch (31 August 1919 – 28 April 2018) was a German-born Canadian author, broadcaster and academic.
Erich Fried (6 May 1921 – 22 November 1988) was an Austrian-born poet, writer and translator.
Erich Kuby (28 June 1910 – 10 September 2005) was a German journalist, publisher and screenwriter.
Erich Friedrich Schmidt (September 13, 1897 – October 3, 1964) was a German and American-naturalized archaeologist, born in Baden-Baden.
Ernest Bour (20 April 1913 - 20 June 2001) was a noted conductor.
Ernest Frank Richardson (1871–1952) was a Chief Constable of Salisbury, Wiltshire (UK).
Louis Étienne Ernest Reyer (1 December 1823 – 15 January 1909) was a French opera composer and music critic.
Ernst Carl Stiefel (27 November 1907 – 3 September 1997) was a German American jurist.
Ernst Christian Carl, 4th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (May 7, 1794 – April 12, 1860), was a brother-in-law of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.
Ernst Mehlich (February 9, 1888 - February 12, 1977) was a German-Brazilian orchestra conductor and composer.
Erwin von Steinbach (c. 1244 – 17 January 1318) was a German architect, and was a central figure in the construction of the Strasbourg Cathedral.
Eugen Maximilianovich Romanowsky, 5th Duke of Leuchtenberg, Prince Romanowsky (8 February 1847 - 31 August 1901) was a son of Maximilian de Beauharnais, 3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg and Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia Duke of Leuchtenberg.
Eugene L. Armbruster (1865–1943) was a New York City photographer, illustrator, writer, and historian born in Baden-Baden, Germany and based in Bushwick, Brooklyn, where he died.
Eugene Schuyler (Ithaca, New York, February 26, 1840 – Venice, Italy, July 16, 1890) was a nineteenth-century American scholar, writer, explorer and diplomat.
The European Corps (Eurocorps) is an intergovernmental military corps of approximately 1,000 soldiers stationed in Strasbourg, Alsace, France.
The European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) is a group of European concert halls who collaborate in the interests of enhancing audiences, exploring music repertoire and stimulating music practice at all levels.
European route E 35 is a European route that runs from Amsterdam, Netherlands, in northwestern Europe, to Rome, Italy in the south of the continent.
European route E 52 is a road part of the International E-road network.
This is a list of episodes for the fifth season of Everybody Loves Raymond.
Ezéchiel du Mas, Comte de Mélac (about 1630, Sainte-Radegonde, Gironde – 10 May 1704) was a career soldier in the French army under King Louis XIV and war minister Louvois.
A Fabergé egg (Яйца Фаберже́, yaytsa faberzhe) is a jeweled egg (possibly numbering as many as 69, of which 57 survive today) created by the House of Fabergé, in St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia.
The Fabergé Museum is a privately-owned museum located in the German spa city of Baden-Baden, dedicated to items made by the Russian jewellery firm Fabergé.
Fabian Ludwig Georg Adolf Kurt von Schlabrendorff (1 July 1907 – 3 September 1980), was a German jurist, soldier, and member of the resistance against Adolf Hitler.
Fabiano Luigi Caruana (born July 30, 1992) is an Italian-American chess grandmaster.
Falko Traber (born in Besançon, France, October 13, 1959) is a German high wire artist.
Nicolas Sarkozy is a Frenchman of mixed national and ethnic ancestry.
Fanny White, a.k.a. Jane Augusta Blankman (March 22, 1823 – October 12, 1860) was one of the most successful courtesans of ante-bellum New York City.
The Fürstenberg-Rennen is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to three-year-old thoroughbreds.
Feim Ibrahimi (1935–1997) was born on 20 October 1935 in Gjirokastër, southern Albania.
Felix Gilbert (May 21, 1905 – February 14, 1991) was a German-born American historian of early modern and modern Europe.
Ferdinand Keller, or von Keller (5 August 1842 – 8 July 1922) was a German genre and history painter.
Ferdinand Maximilian of Baden-Baden, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Baden (23 September 1625 – 4 November 1669) was the father of the famous general Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden.
Johann Philipp Ferdinand Preiss (February 13, 1882 – July 29, 1943) was a German sculptor.
The Festspiel Baden-Baden (Baden-Baden Festival) is a series of festivals presented by the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden in Baden-Baden, Germany.
The first-move advantage in chess is the inherent advantage of the player (White) who makes the first move in chess.
Flag officers of the Kriegsmarine were the leadership of the German Navy (known then as the "Kriegsmarine") from 1935 to 1945.
The Fløibanen is a funicular railway in the Norwegian city of Bergen.
Florian Marc Ballhaus (born 1965) is a German cinematographer.
FlyEgypt (Arabic: فلاي_ايجيبت|فلاي ايجيبت) is an Egyptian hybrid airline based in Cairo.
François Jean Antonin Gonzalez de Linarès (7 July 1897 – 2 March 1956) was a French general who commanded forces in World War II under General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny and in Vietnam under General Raoul Salan.
François Sevez (22 October 1891 – 29 February 1948) was a French general during World War II.
The History of France from 1914 to the present includes.
Francilla Pixis (15 May 1816 – ?1888) was a German mezzo-soprano.
Francis Lieber (March 18, 1798 or 1800 – October 2, 1872), known as Franz Lieber in Germany, was a German-American jurist, gymnast and political philosopher.
Francis Jack Needham, 2nd Earl of Kilmorey (12 December 1787 – 20 June 1880), known as Viscount Newry from 1822 to 1832, was an Anglo-Irish peer and Member of Parliament.
Francis Walker (31 July 1809 – 5 October 1874) was an English entomologist.
Francisco Enrique de Borbón y Borbón, Grandee of Spain (16 November 1912 - 18 November 1995), was a Spanish aristocrat and a distant relative of the Spanish Royal Family.
Francisco de Paula Enrique de Borbón y Escasany, 5th Duke of Seville, Grandee of Spain (born 16 November 1943), is the current Duke of Seville and a distant relative of the Spanish royal family.
Frank Colón (born October 13, 1951) is an American musician and martial artist of Puerto Rican descent.
Frank Moser (born 23 September 1976) is a German professional tennis player.
Franke-Schenk is an art dealership and art gallery in Munich, Germany, which presents works of art from the 16th to the 20th centuries.
Franz Carl Müller-Lyer, born Francis Xavier Hermann Müller (5 February 1857 - 29 October 1916) was a German psychologist and sociologist.
Franz von Roggenbach (23 March 1825 - 25 May 1907) was a leading Baden politician.
Franz Xaver Winterhalter (20 April 1805 – 8 July 1873) was a German painter and lithographer, known for his portraits of royalty in the mid-19th century.
Franz Zureich (1904 in Karlsruhe – 1992 in Baden-Baden) was a German painter, graphic artist, illustrator, and caricaturist.
Frau Farbissina (Frau Kaput in Spain), is a fictional character played by Mindy Sterling in the Austin Powers film series.
Frederica Piedade (born 5 June 1982, in Faro) is a former Portuguese tennis player.
Frederik of Baden (9 July 1455 – 24 September 1517 in Lier) was a bishop of Utrecht from 1496 to 1517.
Frederick Alexander Lindemann, 1st Viscount Cherwell, (5 April 18863 July 1957) was a British physicist and an influential scientific adviser to the British government from the early 1940s to the early 1950s, particularly to Winston Churchill.
Freital is a town in the district of Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge in the Free State of Saxony, Germany.
The Fremersberg is a hill,, on the western edge of the northern Black Forest in south Germany on the territory of the town of Baden-Baden and the municipality of Sinzheim.
Fremersberg Tower (German: Fremersbergturm) is an 83 metre tall telecommunication tower built of reinforced concrete with an observation deck 30 metres above ground.
The French Forces in Germany were French military forces stationed in Germany after the Second World War.
French legislative elections took place on 23 and 30 June 1968 to elect the fourth French National Assembly of the Fifth Republic.
The French Riviera (known in French as the Côte d'Azur,; Còsta d'Azur; literal translation "Coast of Azure") is the Mediterranean coastline of the southeast corner of France.
Freudenstadt is a town in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany.
Frieder Burda (born 29 April 1936 in Gengenbach, Baden-Württemberg) is a German art collector and Honorary Citizen of Baden-Baden.
Friedrich Hermann Fahnert (18 January 1879 in Limbach – 10 June 1964) was a German Luftwaffe General during World War II.
Friedrich Hauser (Stuttgart 1859–Baden-Baden, 1917) was a German classical archaeologist and art historian.
Friedrich Ernst Koch (3 July 186230 January 1927) was a German composer, cellist and teacher.
Friedrich Sämisch (September 20, 1896, Charlottenburg – August 16, 1975, Berlin) was a German chess Grandmaster (1950).
Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (10 November 17599 May 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, physician, historian, and playwright.
Friedrich Adolf "Fritz" Traun (29 March 1876 – 11 July 1908) was a German athlete and tennis player.
Friedrich Wilhelm Graf von Bismarck (28 July 1783 – 18 June 1860) was a German lieutenant general, diplomat and military writer.
Not to be confused with the West German industrialist Fritz Dietz. Fritz Diez (27 February 1901 – 19 October 1979) was a German actor, producer, director and theater manager.
Fritz Morstein Marx or F. M. Marx (February 23, 1900 - October 9, 1969) was a German-American political and administrative scientist.
Fritz Neumark (20 July 1900 in Hanover – 9 March 1991 in Baden-Baden) was a German economist.
Fritz Suhren (10 June 1908 – 12 June 1950) was a German SS officer and Nazi concentration camp commandant.
Fyodor Mikhailovich DostoevskyHis name has been variously transcribed into English, his first name sometimes being rendered as Theodore or Fedor.
The G20 (or Group of Twenty) is an international forum for the governments and central bank governors from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union.
Gaggenau is a town in the district of Rastatt, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Gazania krebsiana Less. is one of some 19 species of Gazania that are exclusively African and predominantly South African - only Gazania krebsiana subsp.
Gengenbach is a town in the district of Ortenau, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and a popular tourist destination on the western edge of the Black Forest with about 11,000 inhabitants.
Georg Baselitz (born 23 January 1938, as Hans-Georg Kern, in Deutschbaselitz, Germany) is a German painter, sculptor and graphic artist.
Georg Benoit (3 March 1868 - 20 October 1953) was a professor of mechanical engineering at the former TH Karlsruhe (today: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).
George Frederick of Baden-Durlach (30 January 1573 – 24 September 1638) was Margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1604 until his abdication in 1622.
Georg Groddeck (13 October 1866 in Bad Kösen – 10 June 1934 in Knonau, near Zurich) was a physician and writer regarded as a pioneer of psychosomatic medicine.
Georg Eduard Otto Saal (11 March 1817, Koblenz - 3 October 1870, Baden-Baden) was a German painter; known primarily for his landscapes of Norway, although he worked in a wide variety of genres.
George Frederick Shrady Sr. (January 13, 1830 – November 30, 1907) was an American physician active in the late 19th century. Note that a different birth date of January 14, 1837 is provided in the earlier non-encyclopedia source General Grant's Last Days.
George Radwanski (February 28, 1947 – September 18, 2014) was a public servant, policy adviser, journalist and author.
Georges Jean Raymond Pompidou (5 July 19112 April 1974) was Prime Minister of France from 1962 to 1968—the longest tenure in the position's history—and later President of the French Republic from 1969 until his death in 1974.
Gerhard Krüger (30 January 1902, Wilmersdorf near Berlin – 14 February 1972, Baden-Baden) was a German philosopher.
Gerhard Ferdinand Otto Raht (6 June 1920 – 11 January 1977) was a German Luftwaffe night fighter ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves during World War II.
Gerhard VII, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (1404 – 24 July 1433 in Emmerich am Rhein) was Count of Holstein-Rendsburg and by claim also Duke of Schleswig, as Gerhard III.
German Mexicans (German: Deutschmexikaner or Deutsch-Mexikanisch, Spanish: germano-mexicano or alemán-mexicano) are Mexican citizens of German descent or origin.
The German Open was a men's golf tournament.
Germania Superior ("Upper Germania") was an imperial province of the Roman Empire.
Germany was represented by Conny Froboess, with the song '"Zwei kleine Italiener", at the 1962 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 18 March in Luxembourg City.
Germany was represented by Ireen Sheer, with the song '"Feuer", at the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 22 April in Paris.
Germany's Next Topmodel, Cycle 7 is the seventh season of the show that was aired on the German television network ProSieben.
Gernsbach is a town in the district of Rastatt, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Geroldsau Waterfall (Geroldsauer Wasserfall) is a roughly six-metre-high waterfall on the Grobbach stream south of the Baden-Baden quarter of Geroldsau in the Northern Black Forest.
The Gertelbach Falls (Gertelbachfälle) or Gertelbach Waterfalls (Gertelbach-Wasserfälle), formerly also the Gertelbach Gorge (Gertelbachschlucht), are on the Gertelbach stream in the Bühlertal valley in the Northern Black Forest in Germany.
Gerti Daub Hollmann (born 1937 in Utrecht, Netherlands) is a German esthetician, model and actress.
The GfK Entertainment Charts are the official music charts in Germany and are gathered and published by GfK Entertainment GmbH (formerly Media Control GmbH and Media Control GfK International GmbH) on behalf of Bundesverband Musikindustrie (Federal Association of Phonographic Industry).
Gilbert Grandval (born Gilbert Hirsch, subsequently Gilbert Hirsch-Ollendorff: 12 February 1904 – 29 November 1981) was a French Resistance activist who went on to become the military governor of the Saar Protectorate in 1945.
Gilbert Monell Hitchcock (September 18, 1859February 3, 1934) was an American congressman and U.S. Senator from Nebraska, and the founder of the Omaha World-Herald newspaper.
Goblin 2 is an upcoming German horror film by director Eric Hordes and producer Alexander König.
The Goldene Peitsche is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
The Governor of Hong Kong was the representative in Hong Kong of the British Crown from 1843 to 1997.
Graham Waterhouse (born 2 November 1962) is an English composer and cellist.
Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia (Анастасия Михайловна; 28 July 1860 – 11 March 1922) was a daughter of Grand Duke Michael Nicolaievich of Russia and a granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia.
The Grand Duchy of Baden (Großherzogtum Baden) was a state in the southwest German Empire on the east bank of the Rhine.
The Grand Duchy of Baden was an independent state in what is now southwestern Germany until the creation of the German Empire in 1871.
This is a list of the 42 grandchildren of the British Queen Victoria (1819–1901, queen from 1837, married 1840) and her husband Prince Albert (the Prince Consort, 1819–1861), each of whom was therefore either a sibling or a first cousin to each of the others.
The Grenelle Agreements (Accords de Grenelle) or Grenelle Reports were negotiated 25 and 26 May, during the crisis of May 1968 in France by the representative of the Pompidou government, the trade unions, and the Organisation patronale.
Grenke Chess Classic is an elite chess tournament held in the German cities of Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden and sponsored by Grenke Leasing.
Großweier is an urban subdivision (Stadtteil) of the major county town (Große Kreisstadt) of Achern in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Grosser Preis der Badischen Unternehmen is a Group 2 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged four years or older.
The Grosser Preis von Baden is a Group 1 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
Grote was a German book publishing company founded in 1849, which successively used the names G. Grote, G. Grote'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, and Müller-Grote.
Guglielmo Achille Cavellini (11 September 1914 – 20 November 1990), also known as GAC, was an Italian artist and art collector.
Gundula Krause (born 7 July 1966) is a German folk violinist.
Gustav Overbeck (from 1867 von Overbeck, in 1873 Baron von Overbeck; born 4 March 1830 in Lemgo; died 8 April 1894 in London) was a German businessman, adventurer and diplomat.
Gustav Rochlitz (1889–1972) was a German art dealer of Paris and Baden-Baden who was a key figure in the looting of art during the Second World War by the Nazis.
Gustav Trunk (24 July 1871 in Waldprechtsweier - 23 April 1936 in Karlsruhe) was a three-time President of Baden.
Haim Ernst Wertheimer (חיים ארנסט ורטהיימר; August 24, 1893 – March 23, 1978) was an Israeli biochemist.
For the former airline, see Hamburg Airlines Hamburg Airways (legally HHA Hamburg Airways Luftverkehrsgesellschaft mbH) was a small German charter airline which operated between 2010 and 2014.
Hanns-Christian Kaiser (26 March 1969) is a German artist.
Hans Baldung Grien or Grün (September 1545) was a German artist in painting and printmaking who was considered the most gifted student of Albrecht Dürer.
Hans Freyer (born 31 July 1887 in Leipzig, died 18 January 1969 in Ebersteinburg near Baden-Baden) was a conservative German sociologist and philosopher.
Johannes Wilhelm "Hans" Goldschmidt (January 18, 1861 – May 21, 1923) was a German chemist.
Hans Goltz (11 August 1873 in Elbing (Elbląg), Prussia, Germany—21 October 1927 in Baden-Baden) was a German art dealer, known as a pioneer of modernism in art.
Hans Ormund Bringolf (January 11, 1876, Baden-Baden - March 4, 1951, Hallau) was a Swiss adventurer and autobiographer.
Hans Robert Hiegel (born 1954 in Kaiserslautern) is a German architect.
Hans Rosbaud (22 July 1895 – 29 December 1962), was an Austrian conductor, particularly associated with the music of the twentieth century.
Hans Stiebner (19 November 1898 – 27 March 1958) was a German actor.
Johannes "Hans" Wolfgang Zender (born 22 November 1936) is a German conductor and composer.
Hanson Milde-Meissner (Habelschwerdt, 1 April 1899 – 14 July 1983, Baden-Baden) was a German composer of film scores.
Hanspeter Kyburz (born 8 July 1960) is a contemporary Swiss composer of classical music, known for applying electronic music techniques to his productions.
Hanuš Wihan (5 June 1855 – 1 May 1920) was a renowned Czech cellist, considered the greatest of his time.
The Happiness Tour is the first concert tour by British band Hurts in support of their debut album Happiness.
Hausberg (lit.: "house mountain", plural: Hausberge) is German for a prominent mountain or hill in the immediate vicinity of a village, town or city, usually located on its municipal territory, but outside the built up area.
The Ritz Paris is a hotel in central Paris, in the 1st arrondissement.
Hügelsheim is a western German town across the Rhein River border with French Alsace.
The Heavy Rotation Tour is the second concert tour by American singer-songwriter Anastacia in support of her fourth studio album Heavy Rotation which was released in 2008.
Louis-Hector Berlioz; 11 December 1803 – 8 March 1869) was a French Romantic composer, best known for his compositions Symphonie fantastique, Harold en Italie, Roméo et Juliette, Grande messe des morts (Requiem), L'Enfance du Christ, Benvenuto Cellini, La Damnation de Faust, and Les Troyens. Berlioz made significant contributions to the modern orchestra with his Treatise on Instrumentation. He specified huge orchestral forces for some of his works, and conducted several concerts with more than 1,000 musicians. He also composed around 50 compositions for voice, accompanied by piano or orchestra. His influence was critical for the further development of Romanticism, especially in composers like Richard Wagner, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Franz Liszt, Richard Strauss, and Gustav Mahler.
Hedwig Potthast (5 February 1912 – 22 September 1994) was the private secretary and mistress of Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler with whom she had two children.
Johann Heinrich Bernhard Martin Averbeck (13 August 1844 – 2 February 1889) was a German physician who was a native of Bremen.
Heinrich Hübsch (9 February 1795 – 3 April 1863) was a German architect.
Heinrich Julius Holtzmann (7 May 1832 – 4 August 1910), German Protestant theologian, son of theologian Karl Julius Holtzmann (1804–1877), was born at Karlsruhe, where his father ultimately became prelate and counsellor to the supreme consistory (Evangelischer Oberkirchenrat) of the Evangelical State Church in Baden.
Heinrich Schwarz (14 June 1906 – 20 March 1947) was an SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) and concentration camp officer who served as commandant of Auschwitz III-Monowitz in Nazi-occupied Poland and Natzweiler-Struthof in Alsace-Lorraine.
Heinrich Strobel (born 31 May 1898 in Regensburg; died 18 August 1970 in Baden-Baden) was a German musicologist.
Heinrich Tillessen (born November 27, 1894 in Cologne, died 12 November 1984 in Koblenz) was one of the murderers of Matthias Erzberger, the former minister of finance of the Centre Party.
Heinrich Eugen Waentig (21 March 1870 – 22 December 1943) was a German economist and politician.
Heinz Bosl (21 November 1946 – 12 June 1975) was a German ballet dancer.
Heinz Jentzsch (13 March 192021 April 2012) was the most successful horse trainer in the history of German horse racing.
Heinz Tietjen (24 June 1881 - 30 November 1967) was a German conductor and music producer born in Tangier, Morocco.
Helen Berman (הלן ברמן; born 6 April 1936) is a Dutch-Israeli visual artist.
Helen Marie Chamberlain (born 2 April 1967) is an English television presenter, best known for presenting Soccer AM on Sky Sports for 22 years.
Helene "Lene" Berg born Helene Veser (10 April, 1906 – 21 February, 2006) was a left-wing German politician and a resistance activist against National Socialism.
Helmut Knochen (March 14, 1910 – April 4, 2003) was the senior commander of the Sicherheitspolizei (Security Police) and Sicherheitsdienst in Paris during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II.
Hemer is a town in the Märkischer Kreis (District), in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Herbert Albert (26 December 1903, Bad Lausick – 15 September 1973) was a German conductor.
Herbert Rösler (June 15, 1924 – November 11, 2006) was a German artist, writer and designer.
Herbert von Böckmann (24 July 1886 – 3 March 1974) was a German general during World War II who commanded the L Army Corps.
Herbert Wetterauer (born 21 April 1957 in Karlsruhe, West Germany) is a German painter, sculptor and author.
Herman I of Baden (c. 1040 – April 25, 1074 in Cluny) was the titular Margrave of Verona and the ancestor of the line of Margraves of Baden.
Hermann II of Baden (c. 1060 – 7 October 1130) was the first to use the title Margrave of Baden, after the family seat at Castle Hohenbaden.
Hermann Johannes Karl Fehling (14 July 1847 - 11 November 1925) was a German obstetrician and gynecologist who was a native of Stuttgart.
Karl Hermann Knoblauch (11 April 1820 – 30 June 1895) was a German physicist.
Margrave (Prince) Hermann of Baden-Baden (12 October 1628 in Baden-Baden; died 30 October 1691 in Regensburg) was a general and diplomat in the imperial service.
The Herrenwieser Schwallung is a splash dam, built in 1844–47 of bunter sandstone, near Herrenwies in the Black Forest, which impounds the waters of the Schwarzenbach stream into a pond.
Hever Golf Rose (22 February 1991 – September 1999) was a thoroughbred racehorse who was bred and trained in the United Kingdom, and campaigned throughout Europe in a career that lasted from 1993 to 1998.
HIAS (founded as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) is an American nonprofit organization that provides humanitarian aid and assistance to refugees.
Hilde Schneider (1914–1961) was a German actress.
The history of Baden-Württemberg covers the area included in the historical state of Baden, the former Prussian Hohenzollern, and Württemberg, part of the region of Swabia since the 9th century.
The Southern part of Germany was split at the end of World War II into two occupation zones, an American and a French one.
The Hornberg is a hill in the northern Breisgau in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Horst Krüger (September 17, 1919 Magdeburg – October 21, 1999 Frankfurt am Main) was a German novelist.
Horten AG (Aktiengesellschaft) was a German department store chain founded by Helmut Horten in 1936 and headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. With up to 80 stores throughout Germany, Horten ranked fourth-largest among German department store chains, after Karstadt, Kaufhof and Hertie. Horten was one of the most modern German department store companies in the 1960s and 1970s. Many new stores were built and the traditional, long-established high street stores were renovated, modernized, and in some cases, expanded. Horten built the first department stores that included car parks and petrol stations. Horten wanted to be the department store of choice for customers from the suburbs who had their first cars and did not want to travel into the cities by bus or tram. In addition to their high-end downtown department stores, Horten built new "edge of downtown stores." Every department store featured a restaurant, mostly located on the top floor. In the 1960s they were called "KUPFERSPIESS" (Copper Kettle). Later, Horten began to reorganise them into self-service-restaurants and called them "Bon appetit" or "Horten-Restaurant," also combined together as "Bon appetit: Ihr Horten-Restaurant." In the 1990s Horten also began introducing the Galeria-concept for its restaurants and gave them a new food distribution sector and a lighter outfit. After Kaufhof took over Horten, they merged their two restaurant companies "Bel-Terine" and "Bon appetit" into one, dubbed "DINEA." Smaller restaurants with less service were called "Grillpfanne." Horten's dark brown interiors morphed into a more modern and fresh look with the introduction of the new Galeria stores in the 1980s, with an emphasis on lighter colors such as blue, light gray and white. Some of the bigger stores added food courts called "delikatessa" and also added onsite supermarkets. After returning from a visit to the United States and returning with the concept, Helmut Horten opened Germany's first supermarkets in the basement floors of his department stores. They were innovative, modern, and much larger than most German grocery stores at the time. In 1968 Helmut Horten sold all of his shares in the company and was not subsequently seen at celebratory occasions of Horten AG (like the 50th anniversary in 1986). Helmut Horten died in 1987, at this time his former company had been acquired by British American Tobacco plc. Until 1988, Horten operated some of its department stores under the name of Merkur; some of the group's smaller department stores were called DeFaKa (Deutsches Familien Kaufhaus), but these had all been replaced with modern types of Horten department stores by the 1970s. In 1988 Horten introduced a new concept for their department stores called the "GALERIA" concept. This proved to be a very successful venture for Horten AG. Horten AG decided to refresh the 39 biggest stores with the GALERIA design, though this goal was never fully implemented. That year, Horten founded Horten-Extra GmbH to hold its thirteen smallest locations not branded with the new GALERIA design. Ten of these Horten-Extra stores were sold to Kaufring AG in 1993. The other three Horten-Extra stores also did not have successful histories. The location in Dortmund was closed directly after the ten Horten-Extra stores were sold; it was renovated as a mall (Westfalen Forum). The other two Horten-Extra stores became part of Kaufhof (Neuss and Schwäbisch Gmünd) and traded for a few years once again as Horten, until the year 2000, when both stores closed because they were considered too small to be renamed Galeria Kaufhof. In 1994 competitor Kaufhof took over Horten and - over a ten-year period - all Horten department stores were either renamed Kaufhof, sold or closed. This process ended in 2004 with the last stores being closed or renamed and the Horten name disappeared. Today only one store - the Carsch-Haus in Düssldorf - still has the Horten logo on its facade, struck in stone over the main doors. The former name "Horten im Carsch-Haus" was dropped in 1996. In 2008 Kaufhof cleaned the Horten stone logos and they are now clearly visible on the facade. The store now simply trades as Carsch-Haus and wasn't changed into Kaufhof. A Galeria Kaufhof store is located in the same street. The 'Carsch-Haus' in Düsseldorf was the finest department store of Horten AG and served as a flagship store. It is now run by Kaufhof, but still trades as Carsch-Haus. This store has a very interesting and unique story, as in the 1980s it was dismantled stone by stone and later rebuilt only a few feet away. This became necessary because the 'Rheinbahn' (public transport in Düsseldorf) had planned to build a subway station under the building. After rebuilding, the Carsch-Haus became Horten AG's most modern department store and a model of development for the Galeria concept. In 1995 Horten AG became a real estate company and leased the Horten stores to Kaufhof. The operating business was transferred to the Horten GALERIA GmbH, which was later merged with Kaufhof AG.
Walter Horten (born 13 November 1913; died 9 December 1998 in Baden-Baden, Germany) and Reimar Horten (born 12 March 1915; died 14 March 1994 in Villa General Belgrano, Argentina), sometimes credited as the Horten Brothers, were German aircraft pilots and enthusiasts.
Hou Yifan (born 27 February 1994), China Chess League is a Chinese chess grandmaster and three-time Women's World Chess Champion.
The House of Fabergé (Russian: Дом Фаберже) is a jewellery firm founded in 1842 in St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia, by Gustav Faberge, using the accented name "Fabergé".
The Yusupovs (r) were a Russian noble family descended from the monarchs of the Nogai Horde, renowned for their immense wealth, philanthropy and art collections in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Howard E. Zimmerman aka Z (July 5, 1926 – February 12, 2012) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, operating as HSBC in Deutschland, is a German financial services company.
Hugh Weedon Mercer (November 27, 1808 – June 9, 1877) was an officer in the United States Army and then a Confederate general during the American Civil War.
Hugo Mann (November 17, 1913December 20, 2008) was a German businessman.
(German: "Hurrah, the School Is Burning!") is a 1969 German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Heintje Simons and Theo Lingen.
Lieutenant General Richard Hussey Vivian, 1st Baron Vivian (28 July 177520 August 1842), known as Sir Hussey Vivian from 1815 to 1828 and Sir Hussey Vivian, Bt, from 1828 to 1841, was a British cavalry leader from the Vivian family.
The Hybrid-Airplane Technology H-Aero (styled as H-AERO) is a small hybrid electric aircraft by a Baden-Baden based start-up Hybrid-Airplane Technology GmbH.
"I've Been Everywhere" is a song which was written by Australian country singer Geoff Mack in 1959, and made popular by Lucky Starr in 1962.
Ian Balding (born 7 November 1938) is a British horse trainer.
Ilya (Elias) Leontievich Rabinovich (Rabinowitsch, Rabinovitch, Rabinovitz, Rabinowicz, Rabinovici) (Илья Рабинович; 11 May 1891, Saint Petersburg – 23 April 1942, Perm) was a Russian / Soviet chess master, among the best Russian and Soviet players for three decades, from 1910 to 1940.
In Freundschaft is a composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen, number 46 in his catalogue of works, which is playable on a wide variety of solo instruments.
Topics related to Germany (sorted alphabetically) include.
In the game of chess, Indian defence is a broad term for a group of openings characterised by the moves: They are all to varying degrees hypermodern defences, where Black invites White to establish an imposing presence in the centre with the plan of undermining and ultimately destroying it.
Inside Out is a global participatory art project, initiated by the French photographer JR.
International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering – CIGR (Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) founded in 1930 in Liège, Belgium, as an international, non-governmental, non-profit organization regrouping, as a networking system, regional and national societies of agricultural and biological engineering as well as private and public companies and individuals all over the world, is the largest and highest international institution in the field.
The International Institute for Advanced Studies is a non-profit educational organization committed to the development and promotion of Cybernetics and Systems Research and the advancement of interdisciplinary studies in the sciences, engineering, arts and humanities.
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Iris gatesii is a species in the genus Iris, it is also in the subgenus of Iris and in the Oncocyclus section.
The ISCM World Music Days is an annual contemporary music festival organized by the International Society for Contemporary Music, originally created in 1923 as the ISCM Festival as a means to support the most advanced composition tendencies.
The Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) Community is an international community of researchers, practitioners and policy makers involved in or concerned about the design, development, deployment, use and evaluation of information systems for crisis response and management.
Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev (ɪˈvan sʲɪrˈɡʲeɪvʲɪtɕ tʊrˈɡʲenʲɪf; September 3, 1883) was a Russian novelist, short story writer, poet, playwright, translator and popularizer of Russian literature in the West.
Ivo Puhonny (July 19, 1876 – February 6, 1940) was a German graphic artist and puppeteer, son of the landscape painter Victor Puhonny.
Jack Recknitz (born Hans-Joachim Recknitz; 1931-2013) was a German and Polish actor.
Jacob I of Baden (15 March 1407, Hachberg – 13 October 1453, Mühlburg), was Margrave of Baden-Baden from 1431 to 1453.
Jacques Émile Massu (5 May 1908 – 26 October 2002) was a French general who fought in World War II, the First Indochina War, the Algerian War and the Suez crisis.
Jacques Servranckx, (January 21 1928, Belgium - May 16 2017, Paris France), was a French general that has served an entire career in the French Foreign Legion then the French Army.
Jakob Götzenberger (Franz Jakob Julius Götzenberger, Heidelberg 4 November 1802 – Darmstadt 6 October 1866) was a German mural painter and portraitist, a pupil of Peter Cornelius.
Jakob Rosenhain (Jacob, Jacques) (2 December 1813 in Mannheim – 21 March 1894 in Baden-Baden), April 21, 1894 issue.
Jakob von Baden (James of Baden) (1471–1511) was the Archbishop-Elector of Trier from 1503 to 1511.
Margrave James III of Baden-Hachberg (26 May 1562 – 17 August 1590) was margrave of Baden-Hachberg from 1584 to 1590 and resided at Emmendingen.
James Lawrence Levine (born June 23, 1943) is an American conductor and pianist.
Dr James Matthews Duncan FRS FRSE FRCP FRCPE LLD (April 1826 – 1 September 1890) was a Scottish physician, known as a practitioner of and author on obstetrics.
James R. Newby was a 19th-century African-American missionary to present-day Nigeria, Cameroon, and Liberia.
Jarmila Wolfe (née Gajdošová, formerly Groth; born 26 April 1987) is a Slovak-Australian former tennis player.
Jean René Désiré Françaix (23 May 1912 in Le Mans – 25 September 1997 in Paris) was a French neoclassical composer, pianist, and orchestrator, known for his prolific output and vibrant style.
Jean Gamans (1606–1684) was a German Jesuit hagiographer.
Jean-Marc Rochette (born 23 April 1956) is a French painter, illustrator and comics creator.
Jean-Pierre Dantan (28 December 1800, in Paris – 6 September 1869, in Baden-Baden), known as Dantan the Younger, was a French portrait sculptor.
Jeanne Douste de Fortis (4 December 1872 -) was an English musical child prodigy.
James P. Tucker, Jr. (December 31, 1934 – April 26, 2013), also known as Big Jim Tucker, was an American journalist and author of Jim Tucker's Bilderberg Diary, who, beginning in 1975, focused on the Bilderberg Group.
Joachim-Ernst Berendt (20 July 1922 in Berlin – 4 February 2000 in Hamburg) was a German music journalist, book author and producer specialized on jazz.
Didier Morville, better known by his stage name JoeyStarr with additional alias as Jaguar Gorgone or Double R, is a French rapper, from Saint-Denis.
Johann Hasler (born 1548, died after 1602), also known as Haslerus, was a 16th century Swiss theologian and physician.
Johann Heynlin, variously spelled Heynlein, Henelyn, Henlin, Hélin, Hemlin, Hegelin, Steinlin; and translated as Jean à Lapide, Jean La Pierre (Lapierre, de la Pierre), Johannes Lapideus, Johannes Lapidanus, Johannes de Lapide (c. 1425 – 12 March 1496) was a German-born scholar, humanist, and theologian who introduced the first printing press to Paris (and France in general) in the late fifteenth century.
Johann Sigismund Kusser or Cousser (baptised 13 February 1660 – before 17 November 1727) was composer of Hungarian parentage active in Germany, France, and Ireland.
Johann Peter Pixis (10 February 178822 December 1874) was a German pianist and composer born in Mannheim, Germany.
Count Johann Reinhard I of Hanau-Lichtenberg (13 February 1569, Bitche (Bitsch) – 19 November 1625 Lichtenberg) ruled the county of Hanau-Lichtenberg from 1599 to 1625.
Johannes Brahms (7 May 1833 – 3 April 1897) was a German composer and pianist of the Romantic period.
Johannes Metger (15 December 1850, Groothusen - 24 January 1926, Kiel) was a German chess master.
John II of Baden (1434 at Hohenbaden Castle in Baden-Baden – 9 February 1503 in Ehrenbreitstein) was a titilar Margrave of Baden and was Archbishop and Elector of Trier as John II of Baden from 1456 until his death in 1503.
Joseph Francis Sartori (December 25, 1858 – October 6, 1946) was a Los Angeles banker and civic leader, founder and President of Security-First National Bank, was one of the founders of the Los Angeles Country Club and the City of Torrance, and was influential in the development of the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel, Subway Terminal Building and Los Angeles Civic Center.
Joseph Henry Blackburne (10 December 1841 – 1 September 1924), nicknamed "The Black Death", dominated British chess during the latter part of the 19th century.
Joseph Melling (27 December 1724, Saint-Avold - 23 December 1796, Strasbourg) was an Alsatian artist who served as court painter for the Margraviate of Baden at Karlsruhe Palace.
Joseph Vollmer (1871–1955) was a German automobile designer and engineer and a pioneering tank designer.
Joseph Zaehnsdorf (27 February 1816 – 7 November 1886), was a bookbinder.
Joseph Zehrer (born May 16, 1954 in Perbing, Germany) is a German visual artist.
Josephine Brunszvik, miniature drawn by pencil, before 1804. Josephine Brunsvik or Countess Jozefina Brunszvik de Korompa (Brunszvik Jozefina; 28 March 1779 – 31 March 1821) was probably the most important woman in the life of Ludwig van Beethoven, as documented by at least 15 love letters he wrote her where he called her his "only beloved", being "eternally devoted" to her and "forever faithful”.
Julius, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld (Julius Peter Hermann August Graf und Edler Herr zur Lippe-Biesterfeld; 2 April 1812 – 17 May 1884) was Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld from 1840 to 1884 and father of Ernest II, regent of the Principality of Lippe.
Kai Whittaker (born 10 April 1985) is a German CDU politician.
The term Kaiserpfalz ("imperial palace") or Königspfalz ("royal palace", from Middle High German phalze to Old High German phalanza from Middle Latin palatia to Latin palatium "palace") refers to a number of castles and palaces across the Holy Roman Empire that served as temporary, secondary seats of power for the Holy Roman Emperor in the Early and High Middle Ages.
The Karelian Birch egg, also known as the Birch Egg, is a Fabergé egg, one of two Easter eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé in 1917 for the last Tsar of Russia Nicholas II.
Karl Friedrich Moest (also Carl Friedrich Moest: 26 March 1838 - 14 August 1923) was a German sculptor.
Karl Heinrich Baumgärtner (21 October 1798 in Pforzheim – 11 December 1886 in Baden-Baden) was a German physician and pathologist.
Karl Max, Prince Lichnowsky (Karl Max Fürst von Lichnowsky) (Kreuzenort, Upper Silesia (now Krzyżanowice, Poland), 8 March 1860 – Kuchelna, 27 February 1928) was a German diplomat who served as Ambassador to Britain during the July Crisis and who was the author of a noted pamphlet of 1916 that deplored German diplomacy in mid-1914 that, he argued, directly caused the outbreak of the First World War.
Spindler by Winterhalter. Karl Spindler (October 16, 1796 – July 12, 1855) was a German novelist.
Karlovy Vary or Carlsbad (Karlsbad) is a spa town situated in western Bohemia, Czech Republic, on the confluence of the rivers Ohře and Teplá, approximately west of Prague (Praha).
Karlsruhe (formerly Carlsruhe) is the second-largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg, in southwest Germany, near the French-German border.
Karlsruhe is one of the four administrative regions (sing. Regierungsbezirk) of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located in the north-west of the state.
The Karlsruhe model is a tram-train system which consists tram/light rail trains and commuter/regional rail trains running on the same set of tracks, generally between or outside of urban areas.
Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport (German: Flughafen Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden) is the international airport of Karlsruhe, the second-largest city in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, and also serves the spa town of Baden-Baden.
Kastellaun is a town in the Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis (district) in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Kateřina Böhmová (born 18 November 1986, in Ostrava) is a retired Czech professional tennis player.
Princess Katharina Ursula of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (also Catherine Ursula of Hohenzollern-Hechingen) (1610 – 2 June 1640 in Baden-Baden) was the first wife of Margrave William of Baden-Baden.
Kathryn Meisle (October 14, 1899—January 17, 1970) was an American operatic contralto.
The King's Fianchetto Opening or Benko's Opening (also known as the Hungarian Opening, Barcza Opening, or Bilek Opening) is a chess opening characterized by the move: White's 1.g3 ranks as the fifth most popular opening move, but it is far less popular than 1.e4, 1.d4, 1.c4 and 1.Nf3.
The Kinzig is a river in southwestern Germany, a right tributary of the Rhine.
The Klavierstücke (German for "Piano Pieces") constitute a series of nineteen compositions by German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen.
The Kniebis is a 960-metre-high mountain ridge in the Black Forest and the name of a village to the south which is a dispersed settlement.
Koenigsbruck Abbey otherwise Königsbrück Abbey (Abbaye de Koenigsbruck; Kloster Königsbrück) was a Cistercian abbey in the Forest of Haguenau, near Leutenheim, Alsace, Bas-Rhin, France, on the River Sauer.
Konrad Jarnot (born 1972) is an English baritone who works in opera and oratorio and is a notable performer of Lieder.
In the history of cryptography, the Kryha machine was a device for encryption and decryption, appearing in the early 1920s and used until the 1950s.
Kuks (German: Kukus) is a village in the Czech Republic, Hradec Králové Region, Trutnov District.
Kuppenheim is a town in the district of Rastatt, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Kurhaus is a spa resort, casino, and conference complex in Baden-Baden, Germany in the outskirts of the Black Forest.
Kurt Dahlmann (4 March 1918 – 29 August 2017) was a German pilot, attorney, journalist, newspaper editor and political activist.
La Colombe (The Dove) is an opéra comique in two acts by Charles Gounod with a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré based on the poem Le Faucon by Jean de la Fontaine.
La princesse de Trébizonde is an opéra bouffe with music by Jacques Offenbach and text by Étienne Tréfeu and Charles-Louis-Étienne Nuitter.
Labinsk (Лаби́нск) is a town in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, located on the Bolshaya Laba River (Kuban's tributary) southeast of Krasnodar and southwest of Armavir.
The LaSalle Quartet was a string quartet active from 1946 to 1987.
Below is list of Latin exonyms for places in Europe and Middle East.
Léon Battu was a French dramatist, born 1829Walsh T J. Second Empire Opera: The Théâtre Lyrique Paris 1851–1870. John Calder (Publishers Ltd), London, 1981, Appendix D, p. 342.
Léon Frédéric Gustave Delacroix (27 December 1867 – 15 October 1929) was a Belgian statesman.
Le dernier sorcier (The Last Sorcerer) is a chamber opera in two acts with music composed by Pauline Viardot to a French libretto by Ivan Turgenev.
Le Marteau sans maître (The Hammer without a Master) is a composition by French composer Pierre Boulez.
Leopold von Auer ('Auer Lipót'; June 7, 1845July 15, 1930) was a Hungarian violinist, academic, conductor and composer, best known as an outstanding violin teacher.
Margrave Leopold Wilhelm of Baden-Baden (September 16, 1626 – Baden-Baden, March 1, 1671) was an Imperial Field Marschal.
Les pêcheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers) is an opera in three acts by the French composer Georges Bizet, to a libretto by Eugène Cormon and Michel Carré.
Libuše Průšová (born 13 July 1979) is a former professional Czech tennis player.
The Lichtentaler Allee is a historic park and arboretum set out as a 2.3 kilometer strolling avenue along the west bank of the river Oos in Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Lichtenthal Abbey (Kloster Lichtenthal) is a Cistercian nunnery in Lichtenthal in the town of Baden-Baden, Germany.
Lil Dagover (30 September 1887 – 23 January 1980) was a German stage, film and television actress whose career spanned between 1913 and 1979.
This is a list of year-round and seasonal destinations served by Air Berlin, the former second-largest German airline and former member of the oneworld alliance, as of October 2017.
The DST column shows the months in which Daylight Saving Time, a.k.a. Summer Time, begins and ends.
Format of entries is.
This is a list of airports in Germany, sorted by location.
The German federal motorways are now numbered according to a clear system.
This is a comprehensive list of awards, honours and other recognitions bestowed on Nelson Mandela.
Since 1954 the Bilderberg Group has held a series of invitation-only meetings.
This is a list of botanical gardens in Germany.
Numerous castles can be found in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Cistercians are a Roman Catholic religious order of enclosed monks, whose monasteries and abbeys have been built from 1098.
This is a complete list of the 2,060 towns and cities in Germany (as of January 1, 2018).
This is an incomplete list of the roughly 1000 cities and towns that have stolpersteine.
This is a list of cities and towns founded by the Romans.
This is a list of cities and towns whose names were officially changed at one or more points in history.
A concert hall is a cultural building with a stage that serves as a performance venue and an auditorium filled with seats.
Country Code: +49 International Call Prefix: 00 Trunk Prefix: 0 Area codes in Germany (German Vorwahl) have two to five digits, not counting the leading trunk access code 0.
Germany is divided into 401 administrative districts; these consist of 294 rural districts (German: Kreise and Landkreise), and 107 urban districts (German: Kreisfreie Städte or, in Baden-Württemberg only, Stadtkreise – cities that constitute districts in their own right).
This article provides a collection of the etymology of the names of country subdivisions.
As of June 2018, German low-cost carrier Eurowings serves the following destinations.
This list shows the French exonyms for German toponyms.
List by departments of the senators of Senate of France (2014-2017) elected in the various renewals.
This is a list of funicular railways, organised by place within country and continent.
The following list of G20 summits summarizes all G20 conferences held at various different levels: summits of heads of state or heads of government, and ministerial-level meetings, and others.
This is a list of named geological features on asteroid 951 Gaspra.
As of October 2015, German low-cost carrier Germanwings served the following destinations.
Happy Valley Racecourse, Hongkong, 2008 Racecourse in Kyoto, Japan, 1997 Hippodrom Moscow, 2007 Winter-Rennbahn St. Moritz, 1931 Hippodrome d'Arnac-Pompadour, France, 2008 Churchill Downs, Kentucky, 2007 Jockey Club Brasileiro, Hipódromo da Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, 2010 Royal Bangkok Sport Club, Thailand 2008 Ellerslie Racecourse, New Zealand, 1908 This is a list of currently active horse racing venues (Thoroughbred racing and harness racing), sorted by country.
The Holy Roman Empire was a highly decentralized state for most of its history, composed of hundreds of smaller states, most of which operated with some degree of independent sovereignty.
This is a list of all the Intercity-Express-stations in Europe.
This is a list of international airports by country.
This is a list of international presidential trips made by Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States.
This is a list of presidential trips made by Boris Yeltsin during his presidency, which began with his appointment on July 10, 1991.
International trips made by the President of the United States have become a valuable part of U.S. diplomacy and international relations since such trips were first made in the early 20th century.
This is a list of international visits undertaken by the United States Secretary of State.
This is the list of International Olympic Committee (IOC) meetings.
This is a list of Japanese spies including leaders and commanders of the Japanese Secret Intelligence Services (Kempeitai) in the period 1930 to 1945.
This is a partial list of concerts and concert tours held by Joan Baez, the American folk singer.
This list includes European countries and regions that were part of the Roman Empire, or that were given Latin place names in historical references.
In almost fifty years, Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote more than 725 letters, 315 of which are preserved.
The following is a list of game boards of the Parker Brothers/Hasbro board game Monopoly adhering to a particular theme or particular locale in Europe.
This is a list of concert appearances, at multi-artist events and in solo shows, by Swedish singer Loreen.
This is a list of monarchs (and other royalty and nobility) sorted by nickname.
The list contains a selection of the mountains and hills in the Black Forest, in order of their height.
Below is a list of municipalities in Germany with over 20,000 inhabitants in the year 2000.
This is a list of museums in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Lists of notable venues worldwide including theaters, clubs, arenas, convention centers and stadiums, all which can host a concert (music related).
As of November 2017, Austrian leisure airline Niki served the following scheduled destinations.
This inclusive list of opera companies in Europe contains European opera companies with entries in Wikipedia plus other companies based there.
This is an inclusive list of opera festivals and summer opera seasons, and music festivals which have opera productions.
This is a list of notable opera houses listed by continent, then by country with the name of the opera house and city.
This is a list of the operas written by the German composer Paul Hindemith (1895–1963).
This is a complete list of the 98 operettas of Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880).
His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama made his first foreign visit in exile to Japan and Thailand in 1967.
Stamp issues are described in the following general format: Year of issue: Catalogue number 1, Catalogue number 2.
Russian low-cost airline Pobeda serves the following destinations.
Postal codes in Germany, Postleitzahl (plural Postleitzahlen, abbreviated to PLZ; literally "postal routing number"), since 1 July 1993 consist of five digits.
This is a list of presidential trips made by Barack Obama during 2009, the first year of his presidency as the 44th President of the United States.
The list of railway stations in Baden-Württemberg contains all stations in Baden-Württemberg that are currently served by long-distance passenger transport or regional transport.
This is a list of recipients of the Pour le Mérite for Sciences and Arts (Pour le Mérite für Wissenschaften und Künste), a German and formerly Prussian honor given since 1842 for achievement in the humanities, sciences, or arts.
This is a list of places with reduplication in their names, often as a result of the grammatical rules of the languages from which the names are derived.
This is a list of ancient Roman public baths.
Baden was a state of the Holy Roman Empire and later one of the German states along the frontier with France, primarily consisting of territory along the right bank of the Rhine, opposite Alsace and the Palatinate.
Ryanair serves the following 220 year-round and seasonal destinations in 35 countries.
This is a list of schools France.
This list of social nudity places in Europe is a list of places where social nudity is practised for recreation in Europe.
The List of Soviet military sites in Germany contains all military installations and units of the former Soviet Union on German territory.
The following is a list of spa towns in Germany.
This is a list of states in the Holy Roman Empire beginning with the letter B.
The following is a list of subcamps of the Natzweiler-Struthof complex of Nazi concentration camps, and work kommandos from the main camp.
List of current and past men's and women's tennis tournaments.
The List of the Bishops of Schleswig contains the names of the bishops of the see in Schleswig (Slesvig, Sleswick) in chronological order.
This is a list of the busiest airports in Germany.
This is a list of trips made by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon.
This is a list of trolleybus systems in Germany by Land.
German leisure airline TUI fly Deutschland served the following scheduled destinations as of December 2012.
Turkish Airlines flies to 47 domestic and 230 international destinations in 119 countries, excluding those only served by Turkish Airlines Cargo.
This is a list of places in Ukraine having standing links to local communities in other countries.
A university hospital is an institution which combines the services of a hospital with the education of medical students and with medical research.
This is a list of town tramway systems in Germany by Land.
This is a list of US places named for non-US places.
This is a chronological list of military conflicts in which Polish armed forces won or took place on Polish territory from the reign of Mieszko I (960–992) to the ongoing military operations.
Wizz Air operates flights to various European metropolitan and leisure destinations from its central and eastern European base airports in Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, Chisinau, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Debrecen, Gdańsk, Iași, Katowice, Kiev, Kutaisi, London, Poznań, Riga, Sibiu, Skopje, Sofia, Timisoara, Tuzla, Varna, Vilnius, Warsaw and Wroclaw.
This list of works by Richard Meier categorizes the Pritzker-winning American architect's work.
The following is a list of World Chess Championships including the hosting cities.
There are 43 official UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany, 40 cultural and 3 natural, with one additional previous site struck from the list.
By the end and in the aftermath of World War II, POW camps administered by France existed in the territory of France and the zones of French occupation in Germany and in Austria.
This is a complete list of Zeppelins constructed by the German Zeppelin companies from 1900 until 1938.
This list of zoos, animal parks, wildlife parks, bird parks and other public zoological establishments in Germany is sorted by location.
The Little Major is a bridge bidding system devised primarily by Terence Reese.
Louis Alexandre Piccinni (variously Louis Alexandre, Luigi Alessandro or Lodovice Alessandro) (born 10 September 1779 in Paris; died 24 April 1850 in Paris) was a prolific music composer born in Paris of Italian ancestry.
Ludwig Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (6 January 1731, Frankfurt am Main – 20 May 1795, Ludwigsburg), was the third son of Duke Karl Alexander and Princess Maria Augusta of Thurn and Taxis (11 August 1706) – 1 February 1756).
Louis George, Margrave of Baden-Baden (Ludwig Georg Simpert; 7 June 1702 – 22 October 1761) was the Margrave of Baden-Baden from 1707 until his death in 1761.
Louis II (12 July 1870 – 9 May 1949) was Prince of Monaco from 1922 to 1949.
Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig Krevel, known as Louis Krevel (19 September 1801, Braunschweig - 14 May 1876, Trier) was a German portrait painter of the Biedermeier period.
Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden (8 April 1655 – 4 January 1707) was the ruling Margrave of Baden-Baden in Germany and chief commander of the Imperial army.
Lucas Pfeiffenberger was an architect.
Ludwig Levy (18 April 1854 – 30 November 1907) was a German Jewish architect of the Historicist school.
Ernst Friedrich Ludwig Robert (or Robert-Tornow; 16 December 1778 – 5 July 1832) was a German dramatist.
Luise Adolpha Le Beau (April 25, 1850 in Rastatt, Grand Duchy of Baden – July 17, 1927 in Baden-Baden) was a German composer of classical music.
Magdalena Schnurr (born March 25, 1992 in Baden-Baden) is a German ski jumper.
Magnetawan is a township in the Almaguin Highlands region of the Parry Sound District in the Canadian province of Ontario, as well as the name of the primary population centre in the township.
Mahagonny-Songspiel, also known as The Little Mahagonny, is a "small-scale 'scenic cantata'" written by the composer Kurt Weill and the dramatist Bertolt Brecht in 1927.
Marc Trillard (born 1955 in Baden-Baden) is a 20th–21st-century French writer.
Marco Grimm (born 16 June 1972 in Baden-Baden) is a former German football player.
The Margraviate of Baden (Markgrafschaft Baden) was a historical territory of the Holy Roman Empire.
Maria Kalergis (Maria Kalergis-Muchanow, née Maria Nesselrode; Warsaw, 7 August 1822 – 22 May 1874, Warsaw) was a countess, Polish pianist and patron of the arts.
Countess Maria Magdalena of Oettingen-Baldern (1619 – 31 August 1688 in Baden-Baden) was the second wife of the Margrave William of Baden-Baden.
Marie Battu (30 May 1838 – 12 June 1919) was a French soprano.
Marie Cabel (31 January 1827 – 23 May 1885) was a Belgian coloratura soprano.
Marie Hanfstängl (born Breslau, 30 April 1848; died Munich, 5 September 1917), born Marie Schroeder (or Schröder), was a notable German operatic soprano singer and singing teacher, whose career was mostly conducted in Germany.
Marlene Schmidt (born 1937) is a German actress, TV host and beauty queen who won the 1961 Miss Universe beauty pageant.
The Marshall Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves: The Marshall Defense is a fairly dubious variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined.
Martin Elsaesser (1884–1957) was a German architect and professor of architecture.
Martin Selmayr (born 5 December 1970) is a German-Belgian civil servant who has been the Secretary-General of the European Commission since 1 March 2018.
Martina Müller-Skibbe (born 11 October 1982 in Hanover, Germany) is a former professional tennis player from Germany.
María Luisa Terán de Weiss (29 January 1918 – 8 December 1984), known in Argentina as Mary Terán de Weiss, and out of Argentina as María Teran Weiss, was an Argentine tennis player, the first Argentine woman to have a relevant sport performance in the international tennis tour.
Mateusz Jakub Morawiecki (born 20 June 1968) is a Polish politician, manager, banker, economist, lawyer, historian who is currently the Prime Minister of Poland.
Maurice Bavaud (January 15, 1916 in Neuchâtel – May 14, 1941 in Berlin-Plötzensee) was a Swiss theology student who in 1938 attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
Maurice Ephrussi (18 November 1849 – 29 October 1916) was a French banker and horsebreeder.
Moritz Adolf Schlesinger (30 October 1798 in Berlin - 25 February 1871 in Baden-Baden), generally known during his French career as Maurice Schlesinger, was a German music editor.
Max Berg (17 April 1870 – 22 January 1947) was a German architect and urban planner.
Max Fremery (29 March 1859 – 1 March 1932) was a German chemist and industrialist.
Max Grundig (7 May 1908 in Nuremberg – 8 December 1989 in Baden-Baden) was the founder of electronics company Grundig AG.
Maximilian Leichtlin (20 October 1831, Karlsruhe – 3 September 1910, Baden-Baden) was a German horticulturalist.
Maximilian Bayer (11 May 1872 in Karlsruhe – 25 October 1917 in Nomeny) was the founder of Scouting in Germany, along with Alexander Lion.
The volatile period of civil unrest in France during May 1968 was punctuated by demonstrations and massive general strikes as well as the occupation of universities and factories across France.
Mechthild of Bavaria (12 July 1532 – 2 November 1565 in Baden-Baden) was a German noblewoman.
Melody of the World is a 1929 German film directed by Walter Ruttmann.
Menton (written Menton in classical norm or Mentan in Mistralian norm; Mentone) is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.
The Merkur or Großer Staufenberg is a mountain,, in the Northern Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Merkur Funicular Railway (Merkurbergbahn) is a metre gauge funicular railway in the town of Baden-Baden in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Merkur Tower (Merkur) is an observation tower on the Merkur near Baden-Baden, at 8°16'50" E and 48°45'52" N. The tower has been in use since 8 April 1950 by the former SWF (now SWR) as a transmission tower for FM-radio and, since 1953, television.
Michał Krasenkow (born 14 November 1963) is a Polish chess grandmaster, a chess trainer and writer.
Michael Lawrence Mery (April 4, 1851 – December 6, 1927) was the eighth and tenth President of the Chico Board of Trustees, the governing body of Chico, California from 1888 to 1889 and from 1890 to 1891.
Mihail Sturdza (1795, Iași – 8 May 1884, Paris), sometimes anglicized as Michael Stourdza, was prince of Moldavia from 1834 to 1849.
Milán Füst (1888–1967) was a Hungarian writer, poet and playwright.
Mineral spas are spa resorts developed around naturally occurring mineral springs.
Miss Europe is a beauty pageant with female contestants from all over Europe.
Mittelbaden (German: "Middle Baden") is an vaguely defined region in the Baden part of Baden-Württemberg.
Mon Tresor (8 May 1986 – after 2001) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Moncalieri (Moncalé) is a town and comune of 57,530 inhabitants (1-1-2017) about directly south of downtown Turin (to whose Metropolitan City it belongs), in Piedmont, Italy.
Monte Carlo (Monte-Carlo, or colloquially Monte-Carl; Monégasque: Monte-Carlu) officially refers to an administrative area of the Principality of Monaco, specifically the ward of Monte Carlo/Spélugues, where the Monte Carlo Casino is located.
A municipal forest or municipal woodland is a forest or wood that is owned by a town or city.
Museums of modern art listed alphabetically by country.
The Music Ensemble of Benares was conceived in 1975 and founded in 1982 by the German musician Gunther Paust (born 1954), The Music Ensemble of Benares is a group of artists from the north Indian city of Benares (Varanasi).
The Nagold Valley Railway (German: Nagoldtalbahn) is a railway line in the northern part of the Black Forest in Germany which links Pforzheim with Horb am Neckar and, for most of its route, follows the valley of the River Nagold. Trains on the non-electrified, single-tracked main line are operated by DB Regionalverkehr Alb-Bodensee. Since 2005, the line has been designated and operated as a Kulturbahn ("cultural line"), together with the Upper Neckar Railway from Horb to Tübingen.
Nagoya 1988 was one of the two short-listed bids for the 1988 Summer Olympic Games, and was to be held in Nagoya, Japan.
The Black Forest is categorised as a natural region of the 3rd level and is part of the South German Scarplands, where it forms the basement and escarpments of Bunter sandstone along with the major region of Odenwald, Spessart and South Rhön.
Natzweiler-Struthof was a German-run concentration camp located in the Vosges Mountains close to the Alsatian village of Natzwiller (German Natzweiler) in France, and the town of Schirmeck, about 50 km (31 m) south west of the city of Strasbourg.
Nebos (30 March 1976 – 26 June 1999) was a German Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
The Never Ending Tour is the popular name for Bob Dylan's endless touring schedule since June 7, 1988.
North Stoke (4 April 1974 – 1979) was an Irish-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
The Northern Black Forest (Nordschwarzwald) refers to the northern third of the Black Forest in Germany or, less commonly today, to the northern half of this mountain region.
The Nova Baden State Park (Parque Estadual de Nova Baden) is a state park in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Novellist is an Irish-bred, German-trained Thoroughbred racehorse.
The following events occurred in November 1900.
The following events occurred in November 1901.
Nudity, or nakedness, is the state of wearing no clothing.
In the NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) codes of Germany (DE), the three levels are.
Nyle Wolfe (born October 1971) is an Irish operatic baritone, who has sung with the Musiktheater im Revier in Germany and Opera Ireland.
The following events occurred in October 1963.
ODDO BHF is an independent Franco-German financial services group, with a history stretching back over 150 years.
The Oettingen-Rennen is a Group 2 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged three years or older.
The old town of a city or town is its historic or original core.
An Olympic Congress is a large gathering of representatives from the different constituencies of the Olympic Movement, organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The Olympic Cup (French: Coupe olympique) is an award given annually by the International Olympic Committee.
Olympic town is a honorary designation given by the International Olympic Committee to certain towns, which have had a profound importance for the Olympic movement.
"On the Beach at Bali-Bali" is a song written by Al Sherman, Abner Silver and Jack Meskill.
The One Night in Eden Tour was a worldwide concert tour by British classical crossover singer Sarah Brightman.
Onslow Burrish (died 1758) was a British envoy in the Low Countries and Germany.
Oos, also called Oosbach, is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Oskar Becker (18 June 1839 in Odessa - 16 July 1868 in Alexandria) was a German political fanatic, known for his attempted assassination of William I of Prussia.
Oskar Kaufmann (2 February 1873 – 8 September 1956) was a Hungarian-Jewish architect.
Oskar Schlemmer (4 September 1888 – 13 April 1943) was a German painter, sculptor, designer and choreographer associated with the Bauhaus school.
Doctor Oswald Schmiedeberg (10 October 1838 – 12 July 1921) was a Baltic German pharmacologist.
Ottilie of Katzenelnbogen (c. 1451 – 15 August 1517, Baden-Baden), was by marriage Margravine of Baden-Baden.
Otto Lagerfeld (September 20, 1881 – July 4, 1967) was a German businessman, who in 1919 founded the German company Lagerfeld & Co, which imported evaporated milk.
Otto Lohse (21 September 1859 - 5 May 1925) was a German conductor and composer.
Otto Nüsslin (26 October 1850, Karlsruhe – 2 January 1915), Baden-Baden) was a German zoologist and forester. After completing his studies, he joined the staff of Bernard Altum (1824-1900) and Robert Hartig (1839-1901) at the Forestry Academy in Eberswalde. In 1880 Nüsslin founded the Lehrstuhl für Zoologie und Forstzoologie (Department of Zoology and Forest Zoology) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, where he served as a professor until 1914. He is known for his research of zoological species that have a negative impact on forests, such as the bark beetle. In the field of ichthyology, he is credited with providing scientific descriptions of three coregonid species found in Swiss lakes. Several species bear his name, such as: Henneguya nuesslini, Adelges nuesslini, Bursaphelenchus nuesslini and Kissophagus nuesslini.
Otto Rippert (22 October 1869 – 15 January 1940) was a German film director during the silent film era.
Ernst Otto von Diederichs (born 7 September 1843 in Minden, Westphalia, Kingdom of Prussia (today in the German Federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia) - died 8 March 1918 at Baden-Baden, Germany) was an Admiral of the Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine), serving in the predecessor Prussian Navy and the Navy of the North German Confederation.
Overdose (2 April 2005 in Nottinghamshire, Great Britain – 1 July 2015 in Germany) was a Hungarian Thoroughbred racehorse.
Owington (foaled 6 February 1991) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Paul Keres (January 7, 1916June 5, 1975) was an Estonian chess grandmaster and chess writer.
Paul Nikolaus Cossmann (April 6, 1869–October 19, 1942) was a German journalist.
Paul Robert Schneider (August 29, 1897 – July 18, 1939) was an Evangelical Church of the old-Prussian Union pastor who was the first Protestant minister to be martyred by the Nazis.
Paul Schuss (born 23 July 1948 in Munzkirchen, Austria) is a French artist of the Ecole de Paris (School of Paris).
Paul Sidorin, full name Pierre-Paul-Désiré Siraudin,(18 December 1812 – 8 September 1883) was a French playwright and librettist He also used the pen names Paul de Siraudin de Sancy, Paul Siraudin de Sancy and M. Malperché.
Pauline Viardot (18 July 1821 – 18 May 1910) was a leading nineteenth-century French mezzo-soprano, pedagogue, and composer of Spanish descent.
Paweł Aleksander Pawlikowski (born 15 September 1957) is a Polish filmmaker, who has lived and worked most of his life in the UK.
Peter Beauvais (September 9, 1916, Wunsiedel, Germany – December 17, 1986, Baden-Baden, Germany) was a German television film director and scriptwriter.
Peter Griffin (17 December 1939 – 17 January 2007) was a German disco musician.
Peter Langley Jones (6 January 1930 – 10 July 2015) was a British journalist, author, editor, promoter and presenter who wrote mainly on show business matters, especially pop music, for magazines including Record Mirror and Billboard.
Peter Arsenievich Romanovsky (Пётр Арсеньевич Романо́вский; 29 July 1892, Saint Petersburg – 1 March 1964, Moscow) was a Russian chess International Master, International Arbiter, and author.
Peter Joshua Sculthorpe AO OBE (29 April 1929 – 8 August 2014) was an Australian composer.
Pforzheim is a city of nearly 120,000 inhabitants in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, in the southwest of Germany.
Philémon et Baucis (Philemon and Baucis) is an opera in three acts by Charles Gounod with a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré.
Margrave Philibert of Baden (22 January 1536 in Baden-Baden – 3 October 1569 in Montcontour) ruled the Margraviate of Baden-Baden from 1554 to 1569.
Philip Hutchins Rogers (1794–1853) was an English marine and landscape painter.
Margrave Philip I of Baden (6 November 1479 – 17 September 1533) took over the administration of his father's possessions Baden (Baden-Baden), Durlach, Pforzheim and Altensteig and parts of Eberstein, Lahr and Mahlberg in 1515 and ruled as governor until he inherited the territories in 1527.
Margrave Philip II of Baden (born 19 February 1559 in Baden-Baden – died 7 June 1588 in Baden-Baden) was from 1571 to 1588 Margrave of the Margraviate of Baden-Baden.
Philipp III of Hanau-Lichtenberg (18 October 1482 – 15 May 1538, Bouxwiller (Buchsweiler)) was the third Count of Hanau-Lichtenberg.
Philipp Christoph Friedrich, Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (24 June 1616 in Hechingen – 24 January 1671 in Hechingen) was a German nobleman.
American rock band Phish is one of the most successful live acts in popular music history, forging a popularity in concert far greater than their album sales, radio airplay, or music video presence would otherwise indicate.
Piccolo (foaled 8 May 1991) is a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Piece for Clarinet and String Orchestra/Mobiles is an album by American jazz composer and arranger Jimmy Giuffre which was released on the Verve label in 1960.
Pierre Louis Joseph Boulez CBE (26 March 1925 – 5 January 2016) was a French composer, conductor, writer and founder of institutions.
Pierre Lanith Petit (Aups 15 August 1832 – 16 February 1909 Paris) was a French photographer.
Pli selon pli (Fold by fold) is a piece of classical music by the French composer Pierre Boulez.
The Plombières Agreement (Accordi di Plombières, Entrevue de Plombières) of 1858 was a secret verbal agreement concluded at Plombières-les-Bains between the chief minister of Piedmont-Sardinia, Count Cavour, and the French Emperor, Napoleon III.
Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini (11 February 1380 – 30 October 1459), best known simply as Poggio Bracciolini, was an Italian scholar and an early humanist.
Germany introduced postal codes on 25 July 1941, in the form of a two-digit system that was applied initially for the parcel service and later for all mail deliveries.
The Preis der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to thoroughbreds aged four years or older.
The Preis der Winterkönigin is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to two-year-old thoroughbred fillies.
Prince Alfred Louis of Liechtenstein (Alfred Aloys Eduard; 11 June 1842 in Prague – 8 October 1907 in Frauenthal castle) was the son of Prince Franz de Paula of Liechtenstein (1802–1887) and Countess Julia Eudoxia Potocka-Piława (1818–1895), older brother of Prince Louis of Liechtenstein, and cousin and brother-in-law of Franz I of Liechtenstein.
Maximilian, Margrave of Baden (Maximilian Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm; 10 July 1867 – 6 November 1929),Almanach de Gotha.
Prince Wilhelm Karl Bernhard Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (21 December 1853 – 15 December 1924) was a member of the House of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Princess Charlotte of Prussia (Viktoria Elisabeth Auguste Charlotte; 24 July 1860 – 1 October 1919) was Duchess Consort of Saxe-Meiningen as the wife of Bernhard III, the duchy's last ruler.
Princess Feodora of Leiningen (Anna Feodora Auguste Charlotte Wilhelmine; 7 December 1807 – 23 September 1872) was the only daughter of Emich Carl, Prince of Leiningen (1763–1814) and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1786–1861).
Princess Louise of Prussia (3 December 1838 – 23 April 1923) was the second child and only daughter of German Emperor Wilhelm I and Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Princess Louise Maximilienne Caroline Emmanuele of Stolberg-Gedern (20 September 1752 – 29 January 1824) was the wife of Charles Edward Stuart, the Jacobite claimant to the English and Scottish thrones.
Princess Marie Amelie of Baden (Marie Amelie Elisabeth Caroline; 11 October 1817 – 17 October 1888) was the youngest daughter of Charles, Grand Duke of Baden and Stéphanie de Beauharnais,.
Princess Marie Victoire of Arenberg (Marie Victoire Pauline; 26 October 1714 – 13 April 1793) was a member of the House of Arenberg and later the Margravine of Baden-Baden as consort of Augustus George of Baden-Baden.
Prince Pyotr Borisovich Kozlovsky (Пётр Бори́сович Козло́вский, December 1783 in Moscow – October 26, 1840 in Baden-Baden) was a Russian diplomat and a man of letters.
Prince Pyotr Andreyevich Vyazemsky (p; 23 July 1792 – 22 November 1878) was a leading personality of the Golden Age of Russian poetry.
A pyramid (from πυραμίς) is a structure whose outer surfaces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top, making the shape roughly a pyramid in the geometric sense.
Rambles in Germany and Italy, in 1840, 1842, and 1843 is a travel narrative by the British Romantic author Mary Shelley.
Rastatt is a ''Landkreis'' (district) in the west of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Ratzeburg is a town in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Römer + Römer (Torsten and Nina Römer) are a German-Russian artist couple living and working in Berlin, Germany.
The Imperial Diet was the primary legislative body in the Holy Roman Empire after 1648.
Reinhard Karl (3 November 1946 – 19 May 1982) was a German mountaineer, photographer and writer.
Reinhold Schneider (Baden-Baden, May 13, 1903 – Freiburg im Breisgau, April 6, 1958) was a German poet who also wrote novels.
René Sergent (July 4, 1865 - August 22, 1927) was a noted French architect.
Residenz is a formal but otherwise obsolete German word for "place of living".
A resort town, often called a resort city or resort destination, is an urban area where tourism or vacationing is the primary component of the local culture and economy.
Reuchlin-Gymnasium (germ. for Reuchlin Grammar School) is a general educating grammar school of the town Pforzheim in Germany with one language and one science orientation.
Rex Lewis-Clack (born June 24, 1995) is an American pianist, considered a prodigious musical savant.
The Rheingold ('Rhinegold') was a named train that operated between Hoek van Holland, near Rotterdam, and Geneva, Switzerland (or Basel before 1965), a distance of, until 1987.
Rheinstetten is a city in the west of Baden-Württemberg on the border to Rhineland-Palatinate.
Ricardo Bernal (born March 30, 1970 in Mexico City) is a Mexican lyric tenor.
Richard Pohl (September 12, 1826 – December 17, 1896) was a German music critic, writer, poet, and amateur composer.
Richard Riemerschmid (20 June 1868 – 13 April 1957) was a German architect, painter, designer and city planner from Munich.
Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny) is a political-satirical opera composed by Kurt Weill to a German libretto by Bertolt Brecht.
The Riviera International Film Festival (RIFF) is an annual film festival held in Sestri Levante, Italy, which previews new films of various genres from around the world.
Robert Adolf Stemmle (10 June 1903 – 24 February 1974) was a German screenwriter and film director.
Robert Carsen O.C. (born 23 June 1954) is a Canadian opera director.
Robert Eyssen (2 April 1892 – 31 March 1960) was a German admiral during World War IIGiese, O., 1994, Shooting the War, Annapolis: United States Naval Institute, and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross of Nazi Germany.
Robert H.P. Platz (born 16 August 1951) is a German classical composer.
Robert Heinrich Hermann Koch (11 December 1843 – 27 May 1910) was a German physician and microbiologist.
Roderick Hudson is a novel by Henry James.
The Archdiocese of Freiburg im Breisgau (Latin Archidioecesis Friburgensis) is a Roman Catholic diocese in Baden-Württemberg comprising the former states of Baden and Hohenzollern.
Romanza is the first compilation album by Italian singer Andrea Bocelli, released internationally in 1997.
Rose trial grounds or rose test gardens are agricultural areas where garden roses are grown to be assessed for qualities such as health, floriferousness, novelty, and scent.
Rosen Tantau (also RosenWelt Tantau) is a rose breeding company located at Uetersen, in the District of Pinneberg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
The Rothschild egg is a jewelled, enameled, decorated egg that was made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé by the workshop of Michael Perchin in 1902.
A rotor ship is a type of ship designed to use the Magnus effect for propulsion.
Rudolf Escher (8 January 1912 in Amsterdam – 17 March 1980 in De Koog) was a Dutch composer and music theorist.
Rudolf Höss (also Höß, Hoeß or Hoess; 25 November 1901 – 16 April 1947) was a Nazi German SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel) and the longest-serving commandant of Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp in World War II.
Rudolf Hesso of Baden-Baden (c. 1290 – 17 August 1335) was a son of Hesso, Margrave of Baden-Baden and his wife, Adelaide of Rieneck.
Rudolf Holste (9 April 1897 – 4 December 1970) was a German general during World War II.
Rudolf Katz (23 November 1895 – 23 July 1961) was a German politician and judge.
Rudolf Olden (January 14, 1885 in Stettin – September 18, 1940) was a German lawyer and journalist.
The Ruhestein is a mountain pass between the Murg valley and the Acher valley in the Northern Black Forest.
Sabine von Maydell (born 9 October 1955, Baden-Baden, Germany) is a German television actress.
Sada Yacco or was a Japanese geisha, actress and dancer.
Samuil Osipovich Vainshtein (Weinstein, Wainstein, Vainstein, Wajnsztejn) (1894–1942) was a Russian chess master, organizer, publisher and editor.
The Sandbach is a river in the counties of Rastatt and Baden-Baden in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Sankt Julian (often rendered St. Julian) is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Sébastien de Brossard, pronounced, (12 September 1655 – 10 August 1730) was a French music theorist, composer and collector.
Sì is an operetta in three acts composed by Pietro Mascagni to a libretto by Carlo Lombardo with verses by Arturo Franci.
Südwestrundfunk (SWR, "Southwest Broadcasting") is a regional public broadcasting corporation serving the southwest of Germany, specifically the federal states of Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate.
SC Baden-Baden is a German football club from the town of Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg.
is a locality of Berlin, Germany.
Schloss Favorite is a schloss on the outskirts of Rastatt-Förch in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Schwarzwaldhochstraße, or "Black Forest High Road", is the oldest, and one of the best known, themed drives in Germany.
Sebastian Siebrecht (born 16 April 1973) is a German chess grandmaster.
Senta Berger (born 13 May 1941) is an Austrian film, stage and television actress, producer and author.
The following events occurred in September 1981.
A shield wall (Schildmauer) refers to the highest and strongest curtain wall, or tower of a castle that defends the only practicable line of approach to a castle built on a mountain, hill or headland.
Siergiej Siergiejewicz Muchanow (Stara Wołogda, 1833 – 29 May 1897, Przemęczany, near Miechowa) was a Russian official, an officer in the Special Corps of Gendarmes, director of the Warsaw Theatre Directorate and second husband of the Polish pianist Maria Kalergis.
Sigmar Polke (13 February 1941 – 10 June 2010) was a German painter and photographer.
Sinzheim is a municipality in the district of Rastatt, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Sky Airlines was an airline which operated chartered flights.
Smoke («Дым») is an 1867 novel by the Russian writer Ivan Turgenev (1818–1883) that tells the story of a love affair between a young Russian man and a young married Russian woman while also delivering the author's criticism of Russia and Russians of the period.
Sochi (a) is a city in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, located on the Black Sea coast near the border between Georgia/Abkhazia and Russia.
Sofiya Mykhaylivna Yevdokymenko-Rotaru (born 7 August 1947), known as Sofia Rotaru (Ukrainian: Софiя Михайлівна Ротару; София Ротару; Romanian: Sofia Rotaru), is a Romanian ethnic from former Soviet and current Ukrainian pop singer.
Sono Osato (born 1960 in Baden-Baden) is an American artist based in New York City.
The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (also known in English as the SWR Baden-Baden Freiburg Symphony Orchestra and in German as the Sinfonieorchester des Südwestrundfunks) was a German radio orchestra located in the German cities of Baden-Baden and Freiburg.
A spa is a location where mineral-rich spring water (and sometimes seawater) is used to give medicinal baths.
Spa architecture (Kurarchitektur) is the name given to buildings that provide facilities for relaxation, recuperation and health treatment in spas.
A spa town is a resort town based on a mineral spa (a developed mineral spring).
Stanislav Yevgrafovich Petrov (Станисла́в Евгра́фович Петро́в; 7 September 1939 – 19 May 2017) was a lieutenant colonel of the Soviet Air Defence Forces who became known as "the man who single-handedly saved the world from nuclear war" for his role in the 1983 Soviet nuclear false alarm incident.
Stéphane Breitwieser (born 1 October 1971) is a Frenchman notorious for his art thefts between 1995 and 2001.
Steel Heart (25 March 1972 – 1994) was an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse and sire.
Stefan Anton Reck is a German orchestra conductor and painter.
Stefan Armbruster (born 26 March 1953) is a German coxswain who represented West Germany.
Steinbach may refer to.
Stephen Woulfe (1787 – 2 July 1840) was an Irish barrister and Liberal politician.
Steven Kemenyffy (born 1943) is an American ceramic artist living and working in Pennsylvania.
The Hungarian composer György Ligeti published three string quartets throughout his life - 2 string quartets proper (1953-54, 1968), and a student piece from 1950 published towards the end of Ligeti's life.
Johannes Brahms' String Sextet No.
The Order of Battle of the French Army in 1989 is given below.
Stuttgart (Swabian: italics,; names in other languages) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Güneş Ekspress Havacılık A.Ş., doing business as SunExpress, is a Turkish airline based in Antalya.
Swabia (Schwaben, colloquially Schwabenland or Ländle; in English also archaic Suabia or Svebia) is a cultural, historic and linguistic region in southwestern Germany.
The Circle of Swabia or Swabian Circle (Schwäbischer Reichskreis, also Schwäbischer Kreis) was an Imperial Circle of the Holy Roman Empire established in 1500 on the territory of the former German stem-duchy of Swabia.
Sylvia Rothschild (born 21 November 1957) is a British Reform rabbi.
The Talk on Corners Tour is the second concert tour by Irish band, The Corrs.
Prince Tasziló Festetics de Tolna (5 May 1850 – 4 May 1933) was a member of the Hungarian noble family of Festetics.
Tatiana Borodina is a Russian opera soprano.
Tatort (Crime scene) is a German language police procedural television series that has been running continuously since 1970 with some 30 feature-length episodes per year, which makes it the longest-running German TV drama.
Edward Rivers John "Ted" Ray (6 April 1877 – 26 August 1943) was a British professional golfer, one of the leading players of the first quarter of the 20th century.
The Tees Valley Youth Orchestra is the flagship orchestra of Tees Valley Music Service, which welcomes the best music students across the four boroughs of the Tees Valley (Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees and Hartlepool) and indeed from all over the North East of England.
Terje Rypdal (born 23 August 1947) is a Norwegian guitarist and composer.
"The Ablest Man in the World" is a short story by American journalist and author Edward Page Mitchell.
The Baden-Baden Lesson on Consent (Badener Lehrstück vom Einverständnis) is a Lehrstück by the German dramatist Bertolt Brecht, written in collaboration with Slatan Dudow and Elisabeth Hauptmann.
The Captain and the Kid Tour was a concert tour by Elton John which lasted from September 2006 until January 2008.
"The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax" is one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Doo-Wops & Hooligans Tour was the first headlining concert tour by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars.
The Family Jewels Tour is the first major headlining concert tour by Welsh singer-songwriter Marina Diamandis, known professionally as Marina and the Diamonds, in support of her debut album, The Family Jewels.
The Gambler (Игрокъ, Igrok; modern spelling Игрок) is a short novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky about a young tutor in the employment of a formerly wealthy Russian general.
The Good Neighbour (Unter Nachbarn) is a 2011 German film directed by Stephan Rick.
In 1941–1942 during the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, there were at least 2,173 Jews in Norway.
The Romantic Englishwoman is a 1975 British film directed by Joseph Losey and starring Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson, Helmut Berger.
The Sabre Squadron is Volume III of the novel sequence Alms for Oblivion by Simon Raven, published in 1966.
The Small House at Allington is the fifth novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the "Chronicles of Barsetshire", first published in 1864.
The Winner (Wygrany) is a 2011 American-Polish co-production written and directed by Wieslaw Saniewski and starring Pawel Szajda, Janusz Gajos, Wojciech Pszoniak and Marta Żmuda-Trzebiatowska.
Theodor "Theo" Osterkamp (15 April 1892 – 2 January 1975) was a German fighter pilot during World War I and World War II.
Theobald Ziegler (9 February 1846 – 1 September 1918) was a German philosopher and educator born in Göppingen, Württemberg.
Theodor Barth (16 July 1849, Duderstadt – 3 June 1909, Baden-Baden) was a German liberal politician and publicist.
Theodor Christoph Heinrich Rehbock (12 April 1864, Amsterdam – 17 August 1950, Baden-Baden) was a German hydraulics engineer, and professor at the University of Karlsruhe.
Theodor Seitz (Mannheim, 12 September 1863 – Baden-Baden, 28 March 1949) was a German colonial governor.
Hans Theodor Woldsen Storm (14 September 1817 – 4 July 1888), commonly known as Theodor Storm, was a German writer.
Theodorus Marinus Roest (14 April 1832, Dongen – 2 September 1898 Baden-Baden) was a Dutch numismatist and conservator of the numismatic collection of the Teylers Museum.
Thomas Clement Cobbold CB (22 July 1833 – 21 November 1883) was a British diplomat and Conservative Party politician.
Thomas Ernst Josef Wiedemann (14 May 1950 – 28 June 2001.) was a German-British historian.
Thomas Täglichsbeck (31 December 1799 - 5 October 1867) was a German violinist and composer.
Thomas Wiseman (born Alphons Weissmann, Vienna, 1931) is a British author, playwright and screenwriter.
Tikkanen (foaled 1991 in Pennsylvania) is a French Thoroughbred racehorse who competed internationally.
The following is a timeline of the Presidency of Barack Obama from his inauguration as president of the United States on January 20, 2009, to December 31, 2009.
Tobias A. Schliessler (born 5 November 1958) is a German cinematographer.
Tobias Stimmer (7 April 1539 – 4 January 1584) was a Swiss painter and illustrator.
Tomasz Szukalski (born December 25, 1947 in Warsaw, Polish People's Republic, registered by Soviet authorities January 8, 1948. - died August 2, 2012 in Piaseczno, Poland) was a Polish jazz saxophone player, composer and improviser.
Toni Kinshofer (16 February 1934 – 24 October 1964) was a German mountaineer.
Tony Marshall (born 3 February 1938) is a German Schlager and opera singer.
Germany is the seventh most visited country in the world, with a total of 407.26 million overnights during 2012.
Germany has an extensive number of tramway networks (Straßenbahn in German).
The Triberg chess tournament constitutes a series of chess tournaments, held in Triberg im Schwarzwald during World War I. Eleven players from the Russian Empire, who participated in the interrupted Mannheim 1914 chess tournament, were interned in Rastatt, Germany, after the declaration of war against Russia on August 1, 1914.
Tricel is a global engineering company headquartered in Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland.
The Trinkhalle (pump house) in the Kurhaus spa complex in Baden-Baden, Germany was built 1839–42 by Heinrich Hübsch in a complementary architectural style as the spa's main building.
Turgeon (foaled 1986) is an American-bred, French-trained Thoroughbred racehorse an sire.
A Turkish bath (hamam, translit) is a type of public bathing associated with the culture of the Ottoman Empire and more widely the Islamic world.
Twafeaj (22 February 1989 – after 2007) was an American-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare.
Twin Islands, formerly known as the Ulloa Islands, are two small islands southeast of Cortes Island, between the eastern coast of Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia, Canada and are part of the Discovery Islands.
Ufgau (Old High German Ufgowe, Uffgau; Usgau, Osgau; pagus auciacensis) was a historical county (gowe) of the duchy of Franconia, along the Oos River and the lower Murg, delimited to the south by the counties of Albgau and Ortenau.
The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa (UNCCD) is a Convention to combat desertification and mitigate the effects of drought through national action programs that incorporate long-term strategies supported by international cooperation and partnership arrangements.
Thirteen United States presidents have made presidential visits to Western Europe.
The University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, with its head office in Offenburg and a branch in Gengenbach, is a German university owned by the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Vanity Fair is a 2004 British-American historical drama film directed by Mira Nair and adapted from William Makepeace Thackeray's novel of the same name.
Varnhalt is a district of Baden-Baden in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwestern Germany.
Vasily Zhukovsky was the foremost Russian poet of the 1810s and a leading figure in Russian literature in the first half of the 19th century.
Vehicle registration plates are mandatory number plates used to display the registration mark of a vehicle registered in France.
The Vel' d'Hiv Roundup (French: Rafle du Vélodrome d'Hiver, commonly called the Rafle du Vel' d'Hiv: "Vel' d'Hiv Police Roundup / Raid") was a Nazi-directed raid and mass arrest of Jews in Paris by the French police, code named Opération Vent printanier ("Operation Spring Breeze"), on 16 and 17 July 1942.
For the 1968 Summer Olympics, a total of twenty-five sports venues were used.
For the 1988 Summer Olympics, a total of thirty-one sports venues were used.
Vera Vitalievna Glagoleva (Ве́ра Вита́льевна Глаго́лева; 31 January 1956 – 16 August 2017) was a Russian actress and film director.
Count Victor Eugen Felix Voß-Schönau (31 March 1868 – 9 August 1936) was a German count and tennis player in the late 19th century.
Villa rustica (countryside villa) was the term used by the ancient Romans to denote a villa set in the open countryside, often as the hub of a large agricultural estate (latifundium).
Viswanathan "Vishy" Anand (born 11 December 1969) is an Indian chess grandmaster, a former World Chess Champion, and the current World Rapid Chess Champion.
Vladimir Gelfand (Влади́мир Ната́нович Ге́льфанд) (born March 1, 1923 in the village of Novoarkhangelsk, Kirovohradskyi Raion; died in November 25, 1983 in the city of Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) was a diarist and Soviet soldier in World War II.
Vladimir Borissovich Lomeiko (Russian: Владимир Борисович Ломейко Novorossiysk November 27, 1935 – August 15, 2009 Moscow) was a Russian diplomat, later a Belarusian national.
The 1968 Men's Olympic Volleyball Tournament was the 2nd edition of the event, organized by the world's governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the IOC.
The 1968 Women's Olympic Volleyball Tournament was the 2nd edition of the event, organized by the world's governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the IOC.
150px The 1988 Men's Olympic Volleyball Tournament was the 7th edition of the event, organized by the world's governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the IOC.
150px The 1988 Women's Olympic Volleyball Tournament was the seventh edition of the event, organised by the world's governing body, the FIVB in conjunction with the International Olympic Committee.
WAGs (or Wags) is an acronym used to refer to Wives And Girlfriends of high-profile sportspersons.
The Waldenecksee or Petersee is a quarry lake on the western edge of the Northern Black Forest.
Wallis Bird (born 29 January 1982) is an Irish musician.
Walter D. Asmus (born 1941 in Lübeck) is a German theatre director.
Eugen Walter Krüger (23 March 1892 – 11 July 1973) was a general in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II who commanded the LVIII Panzer Corps.
Walter Robert John Swinburn (7 August 1961 – 12 December 2016) was a flat racing jockey and trainer who competed in Great Britain and internationally.
Waltraud Meier (born 9 January 1956 in Würzburg) is a Grammy Award–winning German dramatic soprano and mezzo-soprano singer.
War and Remembrance is an American miniseries based on the novel of the same name written by Herman Wouk, which aired from November 13, 1988, to May 14, 1989.
Warrsan (February 28, 1998 – June 19, 2006) was a thoroughbred racehorse foaled in Ireland who competed in Europe and Asia.
We'll Take Care of the Teachers (German: Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne) is a 1970 West German comedy film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Uschi Glas, Hansi Kraus and Fritz Wepper.
Wendelin Weißheimer (26 February 1838, Osthofen – 16 June 1910) was a 19th-century German composer, conductor, essayist, teacher and music writer.
Werner Bergengruen (September 16, 1892 – September 4, 1964) was a Baltic German novelist and poet.
Werner Hofmann (born November 11, 1952 in Baden-Baden) is a German professor of physics.
The West Baden Springs Hotel, part of the French Lick Resort Casino, is a national historic landmark hotel in West Baden Springs, Orange County, Indiana.
West Baden Springs is a town in French Lick Township, Orange County, in the U.S. state of Indiana.
Wiesbaden is a city in central western Germany and the capital of the federal state of Hesse.
Wiesloch-Walldorf station is in the towns of Wiesloch and Walldorf in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Wilhelm Brückner (11 December 1884 – 18 August 1954) was Adolf Hitler's chief adjutant until October 1940.
Wilhelm Dürr the Younger (24 August 1857, Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden – 23 February 1900, Munich) was a German painter and draughtsman, as well as a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich.
Wilhelm Furtwängler (January 25, 1886November 30, 1954) was a German conductor and composer.
Wilhelm (later William) Steinitz (May 17, 1836 – August 12, 1900) was an Austrian and later American chess master, and the first undisputed World Chess Champion, from 1886 to 1894.
Wilhelm von Apell (16 January 1892 – 7 March 1969) was a German general in the Wehrmacht during World War II who commanded the 22nd Panzer Division.
Margrave William Christopher of Baden (born 12 October 1628 in Baden-Baden; died: 25 August 1652) was a margrave of Baden and canon at Cologne.
Sir George William Des Vœux (22 September 1834 – 15 December 1909) was a British colonial governor who served as Governor of Fiji (1880–1885), Governor of Newfoundland (1886–1887), and Governor of Hong Kong (1887–1891).
William Hespeler (December 29, 1830 – April 18, 1921) was a German - Canadian businessman and immigration agent and a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.
Margrave William of Baden-Baden (30 July 1593 – 22 May 1677) was regent of Baden-Baden between 1621 and 1677.
Willibrord Benzler OSB (16 October 1853 – 16 April 1921) was the Roman Catholic Bishop of Metz from 1901 to 1919.
Wolfgang Krull (26 August 1899 – 12 April 1971) was a German mathematician who made fundamental contributions to commutative algebra, introducing concepts that are now central to the subject.
Wolfgang Preiss (27 February 1910 – 27 November 2002) was a German theatre, film and television actor.
The 1981 Women's World Chess Championship was won by Maia Chiburdanidze, who successfully defended her title against challenger Nana Alexandria after a closely fought match, which ended in an 8-8 tie.
WMSCI, the World Multi-conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, is a conference that has occurred annually since 1995, which emphasizes the systemic relationships that exist or might exist among different disciplines in the fields of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics.
Yalta (Yalta; Я́лта; Я́лта) is a resort city on the south coast of the Crimean Peninsula surrounded by the Black Sea.
The Yberg is a mountain of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Yburg Castle is a ruined hilltop castle on the western edge of the Black Forest near Baden-Baden in southwestern Germany.
Zascha Moktan (ज़स्चा मोक्तान; born 23 December 1981) is a Nepalese-German singer, pianist and guitarist.
Zeitmaße (Time Measures) for five woodwinds (1955–56) is a chamber-music work by German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, and is Number 5 in the composer's catalog.
Zen 49 was a group of German artists, who came together in Munich in July 1949.
Zoltán Ribli (born September 6, 1951 in Mohács) is a Hungarian chess grandmaster and International Arbiter (1995).
The Zukunfts-Rennen is a Group 3 flat horse race in Germany open to two-year-old thoroughbreds.
Zurich Concert is an album by German jazz saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock, which was recorded live in 2011 at the Rote Fabrik in Zurich and released on the Swiss Intakt label.
Year 1102 (MCII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1910.
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1913.
Events in chess in 1914.
The year 1930 in tennis was a complex mixture of mainly amateur tournaments composed of international, invitational, national, exhibition, team (city leagues, country leagues, international knock-out tournaments) events and joined by a marginal Pro Tour encompassing only British, German, French and American Pro events.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1955.
France emerged from World War II in the 1960s, rebuilding the country physically and the nation's national identity through the French Fifth Republic.
List of notable events in music that took place in the year 1965.
The 1968 Summer Olympics (Spanish: Juegos Olímpicos de Verano de 1968), officially known as the Games of the XIX Olympiad, were an international multi-sport event held in Mexico City, Mexico, in October 1968.
The 1974–75 Eintracht Frankfurt season was the 75th season in the club's football history.
The 1985 Rajneeshee assassination plot was a conspiracy by a group of high-ranking Rajneeshees, followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later known as Osho), to assassinate Charles Turner, the then-United States Attorney for the District of Oregon.
The 1988 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIV Olympiad (Korean), were an international multi-sport event celebrated from 17 September to 2 October 1988 in Seoul, South Korea.
The 1988 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XV Olympic Winter Games (Les XVes Jeux olympiques d'hiver), was a Winter Olympics multi-sport event celebrated in and around Calgary, Alberta, Canada, between February 13 and 28, 1988 and were the first Winter Olympics to be held over a whole two week period.
The 2006 FIFA World Cup was the 18th FIFA World Cup, the quadrennial international football world championship tournament.
The 2009 Strasbourg–Kehl Summit was a NATO summit of heads of state and heads of government held in Strasbourg, France, and in Kehl and Baden-Baden, Germany, on 3–4 April 2009.
2017 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.
The 2nd Army Corps (e Corps d'Armée) was first formed before World War I. During World War II it fought in the Campaign for France in 1940 and during the 1944–45 campaigns in southern France, the Vosges Mountains, Alsace, and southwestern Germany.
In automobiles, a 42-volt electrical system was an electrical power standard proposed in the late 1990s.