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Albin Julius

  1. Albin Julius is an Austrian pagan folk and industrial artist; his the primary musical project is called Der Blutharsch.

Alexander Lernet-Holenia

  1. Alexander Lernet-Holenia ( October 21, 1897 Vienna --- July 3, 1976 Vienna) was an Austrian writer of novels, poetry and historical studies. (Web site)
  2. It also underscores Alexander Lernet-Holenia's place in the Austrian literary canon alongside such writers as Schnitzler, Hofmannsthal, Musil and Broch. (Web site)
  3. Als Spezialist auf dem Gebiet --sterreichischer Literatur- und Kulturstudien, gilt er als Experte f--r das Werk von Alexander Lernet-Holenia.

Alfred Gusenbauer

  1. Alfred Gusenbauer became new party chairman and started restructuring the party politically, organisationally and financially.
  2. The Social Democrat's Alfred Gusenbauer is likely to become the new chancellor. (Web site)
  3. On the sidelines of this conference, bilateral talks were held with Federal Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer. (Web site)


  1. Allen was born in Australia but now lives in Innsbruck.
  2. Allen was in 28th place at that point, but began gaining ground almost immediately.
  3. Allen was timed in 2 hours, 4 minutes, 43.45 seconds.


  1. Alois was 36 when he married for the first time in 1873 and it may have been for money.
  2. Alois was an ambitious man of modest abilities, a mediocre person but he managed well to convince others that he had visions and talents. (Web site)
  3. Alois was born illegitimate and for the first thirty-nine years of his life bore his mother's name, Schicklgruber.
  4. Alois was secure in his profession and no longer the ambitious climber.
  5. Alois was secure in his profession, no longer the ambitious climber. (Web site)

Alois Hitler

  1. Alois Hitler was a domineering father, a customs official who achieved his status through hard work.
  2. Alois Hitler was born illegitimate.
  3. Alois Hitler was born illegitimate.[3] For the first 39 years of his life he bore his mother's surname, Schicklgruber.
  4. Alois Hitler was born out of marriage and used his mother's surname, Schicklgruber, until he was 40.
  5. Alois Hitler was born out of wedlock and used his mother's surname, Schicklgruber, until he was 40.

Andreas Mihavecz

  1. Andreas Mihavecz is an Austrian from Bregenz who holds the record of surviving the longest without any food or liquids.

Angela Hitler

  1. Angela Hitler is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Anita Wachter

  1. Anita Wachter was as surprised as she was delighted by her unexpected win after the race. (Web site)


  1. Annapurna is a Sanskrit name that can be translated as Goddess of the Harvests or more simply The Provider.
  2. Annapurna is a Sanskrit name which is translated as Goddess of the Harvests.

Anton Dreher

  1. His Son Anton Dreher the Younger later developed the brewery further and started fist to export Lager beer across the oceans.
  2. The original amber lager developed by Anton Dreher shortly after the isolation of lager yeast. (Web site)
  3. M--rzen is a traditional bottom fermented Austrian Lager based on the Schwechater Lagerbier developed in the 1830's by Anton Dreher.

Anton Karas

  1. Anton Karas was just another Viennese zither player, performing at different wine gardens at night and working at odd jobs during the day. (Web site)

Ariel Muzikant

  1. On at least one occassion, he made derogative comments and jokes about Ariel Muzikant, president of the Austrian Jewish Community.
  2. Vienna Jewish religious community leader Ariel Muzikant said Austrian Jews had not forgotten the reason for Haider's resignation then.

August Von Pelzeln

  1. August von PELZELN was curator of the bird department between 1857 and 1888.

August Kubizek

  1. However, according to August Kubizek, his close friend and roommate at the time, he was more interested in the operas of Richard Wagner than in politics.
  2. However, according to a close childhood friend, August Kubizek, Hitler was already a "confirmed anti-Semite" before he left Linz, Austria.
  3. According to a theory by Machtan, which he explained in his book The Hidden Hitler, August Kubizek had a homosexual relationship with Hitler.

Axel Corti

  1. Axel Corti is a distinguished director who has worked on stage, screen, television and radio in both his native France and Austria.
  2. Axel Corti was the father of 3 sons, one of them Sebastian Corti.
  3. Axel Corti was the father of three sons, one of them Sebastian Corti. (Web site)

Barbara Schurz

  1. Barbara Schurz is an artist and self-described " revolutionary activist " from Austria.

Beate Sirota

  1. One of the three members of the committee was an Austrian Jew, Beate Sirota.
  2. Beate Sirota currently resides in New York City and has many a few appearances in middle and high schools giving lectures about her life.
  3. Born in Vienna and educated in Tokyo and the United States, Beate Sirota Gordon received her bachelor of arts degree from Mills College, California. (Web site)


  1. The Borchardt was available as a pistol and as a carbine with a detachable stock and attached holster, a variation that Luger and Mauser employed.
  2. The Borchardt was designed by Hugo Borchardt who had also worked for Loewe. (Web site)

Carl Djerassi

  1. Carl Djerassi is a distinguished scientist with an interesting mind, and many millions of women welcomed the Pill he brought them.
  2. Carl Djerassi is a professor of chemistry at Stanford University.

Caspar Einem

  1. Caspar Einem was born on 6 May 1948 in Salzburg, as the son of composer Gottfried von Einem and his wife Lianne (nee v.


  1. The choir is a non-profit organization financed through concerts, recordings and private donations. (Web site)
  2. The choir is a private, not-for-profit organisation.

Clemens Krauss

  1. Clemens Krauss was a complete man of the theater, and every bar of his 1953 Bayreuth Ring crackles with life and dramatic purposefulness. (Web site)
  2. Clemens Krauss was a dominating figure in the concert halls and opera houses of German speaking Europe prior to his death in the early 1950's.

Constanze Mozart

  1. Constanze Mozart was crippled by arthritis by 1840 and died in 1842. (Web site)


  1. Equity is a body of rules from England that used to be separate from the "common law". (Web site)
  2. Equity is a body of rules that developed in England separately from the "common law".

Ernst Jandl

  1. Zwischen und auch innerhalb der einzelnen Musikstücke werden Texte, Aphorismen und Gedichte von Ernst Jandl gelesen (und manchmal auch 'gerappt'). (Web site)
  2. On August 1, to honour what would have been Austrian poet Ernst Jandl 's 80th birthday, launched a poetry translation competition. (Web site)
  3. Texte zu Ernst Jandl (wird nicht mehr aktualisiert).

Ernst Mally

  1. Ernst Mally ( 1879 - 1944) was an Austrian philosopher who studied under Alexius Meinong. (Web site)
  2. Ernst Mally, web page at (in German). (Web site)
  3. In 1926, the Austrian philosopher Ernst Mally (1879-1944) proposed the first formal system of deontic logic.

Erwin Lanc

  1. One of its most prominent members is former foreign minister Erwin Lanc. (Web site)
  2. H--upl bei der --berreichung des Ehrenzeichens an Erwin Lanc, Foto: media wien Erwin Lanc wurde am 17.

Eva Ibbotson

  1. Eva Ibbotson is a great author anyway, and this is her book "jewel," fitting the story.
  2. Eva Ibbotson is a wonderful author with many really good books under her belt.
  3. Eva Ibbotson is a wonderfully charming writer with memorable and funny characters.

Ewald Nowotny

  1. Ewald Nowotny is to remain BAWAG boss. (Web site)

Ferdinand Von Saar

  1. Die historisch-kritische Ausgabe ausgew-hlter Werke und Briefe von Ferdinand von Saar.
  2. -Bilde K-nstler, rede nicht-. Ferdinand von Saar und die bildende Kunst.
  3. Wien, Köln, Weimar 1997; Jens Stüben: Poetishe Reflexionen über Völker und Staaten Euro­pas im Werk von Ferdinand von Saar.

Ferdinand Mannlicher

  1. Ferdinand Mannlicher was born on the 30th of January 1848 in Mainz (Germany). (Web site)

Ferdinand Raimund

  1. Ferdinand Raimund's Br-derlein Fein from Vorm-rz Austria on youth and age.
  2. View our list of 8 available critical essays on Ferdinand Raimund.
  3. Ferdinand Raimund (born June 1, 1790, died September 5, 1836) was an Austrian actor and dramatist.


  1. Film was brought back once again to its value as a medium, liberated from any linguistic character which it had taken on in the course of its development.
  2. The film is based on Harrers autobiography and apparently the Lama and Heinrich Harrer remained good friends ever after. (Web site)
  3. The film was mostly silent, but boasted several early talkie sequences, and for the first time audiences could listen to Joseph's unique and melodious voice. (Web site)

Franz Von Bayros

  1. A collection of 24 erotic bookplates by Franz von Bayros. (Web site)
  2. This catalogue from 1972 offers insight into the erotic works by Franz von Bayros owned by the famous Austrian artist Arnulf Rainer.

Franz Gruber

  1. Franz Gruber was an Austrian sculptor who worked at the turn of the 19th century. (Web site)

Franz Liszt

  1. Franz Liszt is a musical hero to me.
  2. Franz Liszt is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.

Franz Sacher

  1. Franz Sacher was born in Vienna, Austria and died in Baden.

Franz Steindachner

  1. When in 1859 specimens from the expedition with the frigate "Novara" arrived to be worked on, Kner called a young zoologist for help, Franz Steindachner.
  2. The board of management is dissolved; the last director, Franz Steindachner, retires. (Web site)
  3. In honour of Franz Steindachner, the Austrian ichthyologist, (1834-1919) stenocephalus From the Latin stenocephalus = 'narrow-headed'. (Web site)

Franz Urban

  1. The driver, Franz Urban, was not told about this decision and he took the wrong route.
  2. Franz Urban drove the couple to the governor's residence. (Web site)
  3. Horrified, Franz Urban jammed the car into reverse and sped to the hospital.

Friedrich Von Amerling

  1. Friedrich von Amerling was a portrait painter in the court of Franz Josef. (Web site)
  2. Friedrich von Amerling was an Austro-Hungarian portrait painter in the court of Franz Josef. (Web site)

Friedrich Welwitsch

  1. Friedrich Welwitsch was born in Austria where he worked for some time as a theatre critic.

Fritz Luchsinger

  1. Fritz Luchsinger was the first of two men (the other being Ernst Reiss) to successfully reach the summit of Lhotse.

Fritz Moravec

  1. First climb on Gasherbrum-II was made by Austrian in 1956, led by Fritz Moravec.
  2. It was first climbed in 1956 by Austrian Karakoram expedition, led by Fritz Moravec.
  3. Ben Moon - UK sports climber and boulderer, established the world's first F8C+ Fritz Moravec ( 1922 - 1997) Austria.

Gasherbrum Ii

  1. Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif , located in the Karakoram range of the Himalaya .
  2. Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, located in the Karakoram mountain range of the Himalayas.
  3. Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, located in the Karakoram region on the Pakistan - China border.

Gaston Glock

  1. Gaston Glock is a tough old man.

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