4582 relations: A Christmas Calendar, A Flash Flood of Colour World Tour, A Matter of Honour, A Perfect Day EP, A Sense of Purpose Tour, A Touch of the Blues (Mal Waldron album), A-Rosa Silva, Aalen, Abacab tour, Abba Kovner, Abdolfattah Soltani, Abenberg, Abendzeitung, Abraham Bing, Absalom, Abwurfdach, Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg, Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, Accordion, Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein, Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid, Achim Albrecht, Achinger coat of arms, Ad Astra Aero, Adam Eckfeldt, Adam Erdmann Trčka von Lípa, Adam Kraft, Adana Şakirpaşa Airport, Adler (locomotive), Administrative divisions of Nazi Germany, Adnan Osmanović, Adolf Albin, Adolf Hitler March of German Youth, Adoration of the Trinity, Adrian Matejka, Adriana Barna, Adriano (footballer, born 1982), AEG, Aero-Dienst, Aethiopian Sea, Afraid of Heights Tour, Afrikaans exonyms, Afterburner World Tour, Against the Grain Tour, Agenda (liturgy), Ages of Light, Agnes Dürer, Agnieszka Radwańska career statistics, Ahoi Tour, Aida Garifullina, ..., Aircraft of Nuremberg, AIS Airlines, Akademy, Aktion T4, Alban Schachleiter, Albert Abicht, Albert Alcibiades, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach, Albert Christoph Dies, Albert Ellmenreich, Albert Fleischmann, Albert Hammond, Albert Kesselring, Albert Oehlen, Albert Richter, Albert Roßhaupter, Albert Speer, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University, Albert Wass, Albert Zoller, Alberto Méndez (footballer), Albrecht Adam, Albrecht Becker, Albrecht Dürer, Albrecht Dürer the Elder, Albrecht Dürer's House, Albrecht Glockendon the Elder, Albrecht Glockendon the Younger, Albrecht von Nürnberg, Albrecht von Wallenstein, Aldobrandini Tazze, Aleda E. 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Dead & Breakfast, Dead Silence Tour, Deaflympics, Deanna Sirlin, Decades: World Tour, December 1947, Decision Before Dawn, Defensive wall, Delivery (2005 film), Demographics of Germany, Deniz Aytekin, Denmark men's national squash team, Der Beck, Der Heiligen Leben, Der Marsch zum Führer, Der Nürnberger Parteitag der NSDAP, Der Ring des Nibelungen: Composition of the music, Der Stürmer, Dergahspor Nürnberg, Derick Baegert, Deserve the Future Tour, Desiderius Lenz, Design management, Destination Anywhere Tour, Destiny (2006 film), Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Eishockey Liga, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chronometrie, Deutsche Luft Hansa, Deutsche Mark, Deutsches Stadion, Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum, Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 9), Deutschland Tournee 1976, Deva Premal, Devotional Tour, DFB-Bundestag, Diamond cut, Diamond cutting, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Die Rhöner Säuwäntzt, Diederich Hinrichsen, Diehl Metall, Dielheim, Diet of Nuremberg, Diet of Speyer (1526), Diet Sayler, Dietenhofen, Dieter Borsche, Dieter Fensel, Dieter Jung (artist), Dietfurt in Mittelfranken, Diether von Isenburg, Dietrich Eckart, Dietrich Henschel, Dietrichstein Castle (Lützelsdorf), Digimortal World Tour, Dillberg transmitter, Dimensions (Freedom Call album), Dioscoreales, Discovery Tour 1984, Disguise (novel), DJK Waldberg, Dmitry Chudinov, Dmitry Merezhkovsky, Doctors of Infamy, Doctors' trial, Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Dodo zu Innhausen und Knyphausen, Dollhouse, Domagnano Treasure, Dominik Reinhardt, Don't Call It a Sum-Back Tour, Donald McEachin, Donald Prell, Donauwörth, Donauwörth station, Doos, Dora Stock, Dorfan, Dorothea Flock, Dorothea Maria Graff, Dortmund Airport, Douglas V. Mastriano, DR Class 130 family, DR Class 243, Dresden Hauptbahnhof, Dresden–Werdau railway, DRG Class 01, DRG Class 71.0, DRG Class 86, DRG Class E 19, DSB Congress, Dušan Trifunović, Duchy of Brunswick State Railway, Duchy of Prussia, Duncan Carter-Campbell of Possil, Durant Sihlali, Dutch exonyms, Dwain Chambers, Dyras, E-Plus, Early editions of the Hebrew Bible, Early Netherlandish painting, Early New High German, Early world maps, East Franconian German, Easter Drama, Eastern Front (World War II), Eberhard Faber, Eberhard I (archbishop of Salzburg), Eberhardshof (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Eberswalde Hauptbahnhof, Ebrach, Eckental, Economic history of Germany, Economy of Germany, Edda Göring, Eddie Johnson (American soccer), Eddie Rips Up the World Tour, Editio princeps, Edmund Gerber, Edmund Glaise-Horstenau, Edmund the Martyr, Eduard Topchjan, Edward Y. Hartshorne, Edzell Castle, Egbert Picker, Ehrenbürg, Eibach, Eichenwaldgraben, Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld, Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld (Stölzel), Eine Symphonie des Kampfwillens, Einfochips, Einsatzgruppen trial, Eis Valley Railway, Eisenach, Eitel Brothers, Ekaterina Sysoeva, El Loco-Motion Tour, Eleanor Bontecou, Elector Bible, Elia Levita, Elias Hößler, Elias Hutter, Elisabet Spiegelberg, Elisabeth Heyward, Elisabeth of Brandenburg, Duchess of Brzeg-Legnica and Cieszyn, Elisabeth of Meissen, Elisabeth of Swabia, Elisabeth van der Noot d'Assche, Eliza Pratt Greatorex, Elizabeth Blackwell (illustrator), Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Germany, Ella Winter, Emanuel Lasker, Emerald Tablet, Emery Molyneux, Emeryk August Hutten-Czapski, Emicho I, Count of Nassau-Hadamar, Emil Haussmann, Emil Jannings, Emil Kirdorf, Emmy Noether, Empfangshalle, Empress Elisabeth Railway, Ending on a High Note Tour, Endless Forms Most Beautiful World Tour, Engelthal, England men's national squash team, England national football team results (1960–79), England national football team results (2000–19), England–Germany football rivalry, English exonyms, English Reformation, Enrico Valentini, Enrique Zuazua, Epitaph World Tour, Eppelein von Gailingen, Erasmus Finx, Erasmus Oswald Schreckenfuchs, Erba-Odescalchi, Erdapfel, Erfurt, Erhard Etzlaub, Erhard Schön, Eric Brewer, Eric Brown (pilot), Eric Nkansah, Erich Apel, Erich Emminger, Erich Mendelsohn, Erich Raeder, Erich Riedl, Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski, Erich von Manstein, Erich W. Kopischke, Erik Niedling, Erlangen, Erlangen-Höchstadt, Erlensee, Ernest Gordon Rupp, Ernest Nister, Ernst Aufseeser, Ernst Barlach, Ernst Heubach, Ernst Hiemer, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Ernst Kraus, Ernst Neufert, Ernst Plank, Ernst Schneppenhorst, Ernst Soner, Ernst Stromer, Ernst von Bibra, Ernst von Weizsäcker, Ernst Weber-Drohl, Ernst-Georg Drünkler, Ernst-Heinrich Schmauser, Ernst-Wilhelm Modrow, Erster Theil etlicher Choräle, Erwin Wohlfahrt, Es spricht der Unweisen Mund wohl, Esbjerg, Esbjerg Water Tower, Escape from the Studio '06, Escape from the Studio Tour (Korn), Eschede derailment, Esperanto club, Esso Motor Hotel, Esteban Cambiasso, ESV Nürnberg-West, Eternity (Freedom Call album), Eugène Bourdon, Eugen Munder, Eugeniusz Molski, Eurofurence, European Adventure Tour 1981, European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, European Beer Star, European Capital of Culture, European Commercial Internet Exchange, European Rail Shuttle B.V., European route E45, European route E50, European route E51, European route E56, European Squash Team Championships, EuroSprinter, Eurowings, Euthanasia trials, Eutzsch, Eva Braun, Eva Buhrich, Evanescence Tour, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria, Evans Rutto, Evelyn Faltis, Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall, Everything Changes Tour, Evil Empire Tour, Ewell Ross McCright, Exasol, Exciter Tour, Execution by drowning, Exile Tour, Experimentation on prisoners, Exploding cigar, Expulsions and exoduses of Jews, Eye to Eye Tour, Ezriel Carlebach, Faber-Castell, Factions in the Frankfurt Assembly, FAI rent-a-jet, Falke Nürnberg, Falling into You: Around the World, Fancy pigeon, Fandor, Farbenspiel Live, Führermuseum, Fürth, Fürth (district), Feast of the Rosary, February 1947, February 1948, Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Fedor Glushchenko, Feldbahn, Felix Meyer, Fella-Werke, Ferdinand Johann Adam von Pernau, Ferdinand Rothbart, Fernmeldeturm Nürnberg, Festival Of Colours Tour, Festliches Nürnberg, Feucht, Feuchtwangen, Fichtelberg, Bavaria, Fichtelgebirge Club, FIFA Fan Fest, File (tool), Filip Hrgović, Finland men's national ice hockey team, Finland men's national squash team, Fire engine, Firefighting apparatus, First Lutheran hymnal, Firzogerin, Fischbach, Fischbach (Pegnitz), Fistball World Championships, Five Miles Out World Tour 1982, Flat engine, Fleisch Bridge, Fleischmann (model railroads), Flick of the Switch/Monsters of Rock Tour, Flick Trial, Floß, Flocke, Florence meridian, Florian Just, Flossenbürg concentration camp, Flughafen (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Flybmi Destinations, FlyEgypt, FlyErbil, Flying wedge, Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour, Fondaco dei Tedeschi, Foot (unit), Football at the 1972 Summer Olympics, Football at the Summer Olympics, For Those About to Rock Tour, Forchheim, Forchheim Fortress, Forchtenberg, Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour, Foreign relations of Germany, Foreign relations of Italy, Forestry, Former Municipal Theatre in Bydgoszcz, Fountain, Frammersbach, France men's national squash team, Francesco Pianeta, Francesco Pucci, Francis Loewenheim, Francis Steinmetz, Franconia, Franconia Brewing Company, Franconian Circle, Franconian cuisine, Franconian Forest Railway, Franconian Heights, Franconian International School, Franconian Keuper-Lias Plains, Franconian Lake District, Franconian languages, Franconian Museum Railway, Frank Burke (Medal of Honor), Frank Leder, Frank Türr, Frankenhalle, Frankenstraße (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Frankfurt, Frankfurt Höchst station, Frankfurt kitchen, Frankfurter Judengasse, Franklin Littell, Franz Böhme, Franz Daniel Kahn, Franz Gruber (tenor), Franz Krumm, Franz Ludwig Güssefeld, Franz Murer, Franz Reizenstein, Franz Ruff, Franz Schmidt (executioner), Franz Six, Franz Ullrich, Franz Wilhelm Neger, Franziska von Reitzenstein, Frauenkirche, Nuremberg, Frauke Kreuter, Fred Kohler (author), Fred M. 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Bugg, Sturmabteilung, Stuttgart, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt–Aalen railway, Stuttgart–Hattingen railway, Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi, Subsequent Nuremberg trials, Subwave (band), Sudan at the 1972 Summer Olympics, Sudetendeutsches Freikorps, Suhl, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, SunExpress, Supercapacitor, Susan Glover, Susanne Maria von Sandrart, SUSE, Suse Heinze, SUSE Linux, Suspension bridge, Suzanne Saueressig, Sven Olov Lindholm, Sven Ottke, Sven Ziegler, Swabian War, Sweden men's national squash team, Swedish Empire, Swindle (chess), Swissair, Switzerland men's national squash team, Sword dance, Symphony Teleca, Synopsis Universae Philologiae, Sypniewski, Syrius Eberle, System of a Down Reunion Tour, Szymon Winawer, Tadano Faun GmbH, Tafelgüterverzeichnis, Tag der Freiheit: Unsere Wehrmacht, Tailwind Airlines, Tales of the Slayers, Tama Sumo, Tamar (daughter of David), Tara Reid, Taras Bidenko, Tarus Balog, Task Force Baum, Tatort, Tatunca Nara, Taunus Railway, Te Deum (Bruckner), Team Sonic Racing, Technical Ecstasy Tour, Technische Hochschule, Technische Hochschule Nürnberg, Temples in Flames Tour, Temur Ketsbaia, Ten Tour, Tennenlohe, Teo Milea, Teresa Rohmann, Terrie Moffitt, Terrorism in Germany, Terry Swartzberg, TextMaker, Thalias Kompagnons, That Justice Be Done, The Afterlove Tour, The Age of Stupid, The Audience (band), The Battle of Alexander at Issus, The Battle of Los Angeles Tour, The Beautiful Girls (Mad Men), The Bee Gees' concerts in 1967 and 1968, The Black Parade World Tour, The Bulletmonks, The Cassandra Crossing, The Christmas Village in Philadelphia, The Church (1989 film), The Circle of Life (album), The Death of Klinghoffer, The Eighth Plague Tour, The End Tour, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, The Four Apostles, The Getaway World Tour, The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola, The High End of Low Tour, The Holocaust, The Hunting Party Tour, The Internationale Hegel-Gesellschaft, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway Tour, The Last Lord of Eldorado, The Living Dead (TV series), The Long Road Tour, The Magic Summer Tour, The March (1945), The Mirage (Ruff novel), The Mirror of Alchimy, The Neverending World Tour, The Now Now Tour, The Nuremberg Raid, The One Tour, The Pale Criminal, The Process of Belief Tour, The Resistance Tour, The Robocop Kraus, The Sea Monster, The Search, The Seize the Night Tour, The Self-Titled Tour (Paramore), The Sermon on the Mount Tour, The Smokey Life Tour, The Sufferer & the Witness Tour, The Tales of Hoffmann, The Ultimate Sin Tour, The Unknown (Madeline Juno album), The Velvet Rope Tour, The Victory of Faith, The Who Tour 1967, The Who Tour 1979, Theatrum Chemicum, Theodericus Ulsenius, There Is a Hell... Tour, Thin Lizzy, Thomas Cranmer, Thomas Eller, Thomas Händel, Thomas Hermanns, Thomas J. Dodd, Thomas Kellein, Thomas Luther, Thomas Müller, Thomas Müntzer, Thomas of Bosnia, Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers, Thomas von Absberg, Three Equals for four trombones, WoO 30, Three Quarter Moon, Thuringia, Thurn and Taxis (board game), Till Nowak, Tilman Riemenschneider, Tilo Prückner, Tim Schleicher, Time discipline, Timeline of antisemitism, Timeline of Atlanta, Timeline of meteorology, Timeline of Nuremberg, Timeline of railway history, Timeline of Sibiu, Timeline of telescopes, observatories, and observing technology, Timeline of United States history, Timeslides, Timewyrm: Exodus, Timo Hoffmann, Timur Vermes, Tin soldier, Tinariwen, Tinsel, To Shatter the Sky, Tobias Bernstrup, Tobias Dier, Tobias Mayer, Tobias Rosen, Tobias Siegert, Tobias Wadenka, Toby Sheldon, Tom Beck (entertainer), Tome Serafimovski, Tommy Wright (footballer, born 1963), Torture chamber, Toruń gingerbread, Tour of the Universe (tour), Tour Over Europe 1980, Touring the Angel, Tourism in Germany, Tower music, Toy museum, Traction substation, Trade fair, Trams in Antalya, Trams in Germany, Trams in Kraków, Trams in Nuremberg, Trams in Vinnytsia, Transgression Tour, Transitional justice, Transport in Berlin, Transport in Germany, Transrapid, Transylvania, Transylvanian rugs, Treaty of Ófalu, Treaty of Pyritz, Treaty of Soldin (1466), Trial of Erich von Manstein, Trinidad and Tobago at the FIFA World Cup, Triumph (TWN), Triumph Engineering, Triumph Motor Company, Triumph of the Will, Triumphal Arch (woodcut), Trix Express, Trude Eipperle, TSV Vestenbergsgreuth, Tuchenbach, Tucher Brewery, Tucher von Simmelsdorf, Tucker (surname), Turgay Hilmi, Turkish hip hop, Turks in Germany, Turret clock, TuS Bar Kochba Nürnberg, Tvtv Services, Twin cities, Tyron Zeuge, U-cee, U.S. Army Garrison Bamberg, U8 (Berlin U-Bahn), Uđi slobodno Tour, UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying Group 5, UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying Group 7, UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying Group 3, UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying Group 5, UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying Group D, UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying Group D, UEFA Euro 2024, UEFA Euro 2024 bids, ULBI Wild Thing, Uli Derickson, Uli Hoeneß, Ulman Stromer, Ulrich Greifelt, Ulrich III, Lord of Hanau, Ulrich Maly, Ulrich Rück, Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg, Ultimate Collection Tour, Ultramarathon, Unbreakable Tour (Westlife concert tour), UNESCO/Bilbao Prize for the Promotion of a Culture of Human Rights, Unicorns N' Rainbows Tour, Unification of Germany, United Diving Instructors, United Nations Interpretation Service, United States Army Europe, United States at the FIFA World Cup, United States men's national soccer team results (2000–09), University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, University of Hagen, Unmasked Tour, Unterschleißheim, Urban castle, Uriel Górka, Urszula Radwańska, Uttenreuth, Valentinus Otho, Valerius Cordus, Van Beethoven (train), Vapiano, Varèse Sarabande, Variable-message sign, Vehicle registration plates of Germany, Veit Dietrich, Veit Ludwig von Seckendorff, Veit Stoss, Veit Stoss altarpiece in Kraków, Velden (Pegnitz), Venice, Venues of the 1972 Summer Olympics, Verband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder, Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft Nürnberg, Version 2.0 World Tour, Veste Coburg, Via Imperii, Victor Coremans, Victoria (motorcycle), Vida de Jesucrist, VII Corps (United States), Viktor Brack, Viktor Lutze, Virgil Solis, Vischer family of Nuremberg, Vittore Bocchetta, Vivian Stannett, Vlad II Dracul, Vlad the Impaler, Vladimir Lantsberg, Vladislaus II of Hungary, Vogtland, Volcher Coiter, Volker Roemheld, Volkspark Dutzendteich, Von Stahel und Eysen, Voyage d'Egypte et de Nubie, VZ Holding, Wacław of Szamotuły, Waddesdon Bequest, Walcker Orgelbau, Waldemar Hartmann, Waldseemüller map, Waldsteinburg, Wales men's national squash team, Wales national football team results 1980–99, Wall Street English, Walter Boveri, Walter Buch, Walter Niephaus, Walter Thiele, Walther PP, Walther von der Vogelweide, Wanfried, Wappenbüchlein, War crime, War crimes of the Wehrmacht, War crimes trial, Warnemünde station, Warner Barracks, Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz, BWV 138, Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, Way of Human Rights, Wöhrder Wiese (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Würzburg, Włodzimierz Lubański, We Wanna Be with You Tour, Weißenburg in Bayern, Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen, Weißer Turm (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Weihnachten, Weimar, Weinsberg, Weinstadt, Weisendorf, Wellcome Library, Welser, Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia, Wendelin Weißheimer, Wendelstein, Bavaria, Wenzel Jamnitzer, Werner Andreas Albert, Werner Baake, Werner Dollinger, Werner Heubeck, Werner Jacob, Werner Krauss, Werner Lorenz, Werner projection, Werner von Blomberg, Wes Gallagher, Weser-Stadion, West Berlin, West German Athletics Championships, Western Allied invasion of Germany, Western Front (World War II), Wetten, dass..?, Wherever We May Roam Tour, Wichsenstein, Wichsenstein Castle, Wickiana, Wiking Modellbau, Wilhelm Facklam, Wilhelm Fleischmann, Wilhelm Frick, Wilhelm Geiger, Wilhelm Herget, Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel, Wilhelm Keitel, Wilhelm Marstrand, Wilhelm Nusselt, Wilhelm of Herle, Wilhelm Pfannenstiel, Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb, Wilhelm Schepmann, Wilhelm Stählin, Wilhelm Steinitz, Wilhelm Stetter, Wilhelm von Le Suire, Wilhelm von Rümann, Wilhering Abbey, Will Lammert, Willem Schellinks, Willi Billmann, Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender, Willi Fuggerer, William Brill (RAAF officer), William Clark (judge), William Craig (philosopher), William Dodd (ambassador), William Frederic Ritschel, William J. Donovan, William L. Shirer, William of Cologne, William Wilson (engineer), Willibald Pirckheimer, Willy Brandt Memorial (Nuremberg), Wiltrud Probst, Windsbach, Winkelhaid, Winton Train, Wohlgemuth, Wolf Barth, Wolf Stegemann, Wolfgang Bibel, Wolfgang Carl Briegel, Wolfgang Fikentscher, Wolfgang Güllich, Wolfgang Julius, Count of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein, Wolfgang Kaiser (physicist), Wolfgang Oehme, Wolfgang Preiss, Wolfgang Strobel, Wolfgang Zelmer, Wolfram Röhrig, Wolframs-Eschenbach, Women in Judaism, Women in music, Women's 4 × 100 metres relay world record progression, Women's discus throw world record progression, Women's liberation movement in Europe, Women's pole vault world record progression, Wooden cannon, Wooden toymaking in the Ore Mountains, World Domination Tour, World Esperanto Congress, World Interuniversity Games, World on Fire World Tour, World Piece Tour, World record progression 200 metres backstroke, World Saxophone Congress, Wrath Tour, WTA International tournaments, Wunderer, WXw Unified World Wrestling Championship, X.Org Foundation, Xavier Centre of Historical Research, Xiao Qian, XL Airways Germany, XV Corps (United States), Yablonovka, Saratov Oblast, Yahya Golmohammadi, Yasuhito, Prince Chichibu, Yehoshua Sobol, Yoel Romero, You Xie, Yulia Tsibulskaya, Začarani krug tour, Zündapp, Zeil am Main, Zharko Basheski, Ziegelstein (Nuremberg U-Bahn), Zoltán Stieber, Zwickau, Zwinger, 1. FC Nürnberg, 1. FC Nürnberg II, 1. FC Pforzheim, 1. FSV Mainz 05, 100-Mosques-Plan, 1000 Ways to Die (season 3, 2011), 106th Cavalry Regiment, 114th Jäger Division (Wehrmacht), 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, 1270s, 1274, 1276, 12th Armored Division (United States), 12th Engineer Battalion (United States), 12th Reconnaissance Squadron, 1470s in art, 14th Armored Division (United States), 1502, 1502 in science, 1509, 1525 in art, 1525 in science, 1527 in science, 1528 in art, 1529, 1530, 1530 in literature, 1534 in science, 1542 in art, 1542 in science, 1543, 1543 in science, 1544 in science, 1546 in science, 1550 in science, 1561, 1561 celestial phenomenon over Nuremberg, 1575 in music, 1590 in music, 1599 in music, 15th century, 1601 in music, 1607 in music, 1608 in music, 1615 in music, 1619 in music, 1632, 1632 in France, 1632 in Sweden, 1650, 1662 in science, 1689, 1690, 1695 in music, 16th Armored Division (United States), 1761, 17th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht), 180-line television system, 1801 in birding and ornithology, 1820s, 1828, 1830s, 1835, 1835 in rail transport, 1906 German football championship, 1907 German football championship, 1920–21 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1921–22 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1921–22 Galatasaray S.K. season, 1924 in radio, 1925–26 in Swedish football, 1928–29 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1929 German football championship, 1931 Summer Deaflympics, 1932 German football championship Final, 1932–33 in Swedish football, 1933 German football championship, 1935 Tschammerpokal, 1936 Summer Olympics, 1938, 1938 in Germany, 1938 in radio, 1938 in the United States, 1940 Summer Olympics, 1942 in aviation, 1943 in aviation, 1944 in aviation, 1945 in Wales, 1945 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 1946 in aviation, 1950 German football championship, 1951 German football championship, 1952 German football championship, 1952–53 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1953–54 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1954 German football championship, 1956–57 FK Partizan season, 1958 German football championship, 1958–59 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1958–59 FK Partizan season, 1959–60 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1961–62 European Cup, 1961–62 S.L. Benfica season, 1962–63 European Cup Winners' Cup, 1963 German football championship, 1963–64 Bundesliga, 1963–64 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1963–64 Hertha BSC season, 1964–65 SV Werder Bremen season, 1965–66 DFB-Pokal, 1965–66 FC Bayern Munich season, 1965–66 TSV 1860 Munich season, 1966–67 Bundesliga, 1966–67 European Cup Winners' Cup, 1966–67 FC Bayern Munich season, 1966–67 in Scottish football, 1967 European Cup Winners' Cup Final, 1967–68 FC Bayern Munich season, 1968 in aviation, 1968–69 European Cup, 1968–69 FC Bayern Munich season, 1969–70 FC Bayern Munich season, 1970 Davis Cup, 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA), 1970 in aviation, 1972 in aviation, 1972 Summer Olympics, 1972–73 S.L. Benfica season, 1977 in architecture, 1977 in aviation, 1978–79 Bundesliga, 1978–79 FC Bayern Munich season, 1978–79 VfL Bochum season, 1979 in aviation, 1979–80 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1980–81 Bundesliga, 1980–81 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1980–81 FC Bayern Munich season, 1980–81 VfL Bochum season, 1981–82 Bayernliga, 1981–82 Bundesliga, 1981–82 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1981–82 VfL Bochum season, 1982–83 Bundesliga, 1982–83 VfL Bochum season, 1983 in music, 1983–84 Bundesliga, 1983–84 VfL Bochum season, 1984 in music, 1985 German Formula Three Championship, 1985–86 Bundesliga, 1985–86 FC Bayern Munich season, 1985–86 Tennis Borussia Berlin season, 1985–86 VfL Bochum season, 1986 German Formula Three Championship, 1986–87 1. FC Nürnberg season, 1986–87 Bundesliga, 1986–87 FC Bayern Munich season, 1986–87 VfL Bochum season, 1987–88 Bundesliga, 1987–88 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1987–88 FC Bayern Munich season, 1987–88 VfL Bochum season, 1988 German Formula Three Championship, 1988–89 Bundesliga, 1988–89 FC Bayern Munich season, 1988–89 UEFA Cup, 1988–89 VfL Bochum season, 1989–90 Bundesliga, 1989–90 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1989–90 FC Bayern Munich season, 1989–90 VfL Bochum season, 1990 German Formula Three Championship, 1990–91 Bundesliga, 1990–91 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1990–91 VfL Bochum season, 1991 German Formula Three Championship, 1991 in Wales, 1991: The Year Punk Broke, 1991–92 Bundesliga, 1991–92 Dynamo Dresden season, 1991–92 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1991–92 SV Werder Bremen season, 1991–92 VfL Bochum season, 1992 German Formula Three Championship, 1992 UEFA European Under-18 Championship, 1992–93 Bundesliga, 1992–93 DFB-Pokal, 1992–93 Dynamo Dresden season, 1992–93 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1992–93 VfL Bochum season, 1993 German Formula Three Championship, 1993–94 Bundesliga, 1993–94 Dynamo Dresden season, 1993–94 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1993–94 FC Bayern Munich season, 1993–94 VfB Leipzig season, 1994 German Formula Three Championship, 1994–95 DFB-Pokal, 1994–95 FC Bayern Munich season, 1995 German Formula Three Championship, 1995–96 DFB-Pokal, 1995–96 in German football, 1995–96 VfL Bochum season, 1996 ITC Norisring round, 1996–97 DFB-Pokal, 1997–98 DFB-Pokal, 1997–98 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1997–98 FC Bayern Munich season, 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 9, 1998 German Formula Three Championship, 1998–99 1. FC Kaiserslautern season, 1998–99 Bundesliga, 1998–99 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 1998–99 FC Bayern Munich season, 1998–99 VfL Bochum season, 1999 German Formula Three Championship, 1999 in hammer throw, 1999 Tour (Robbie Williams), 1999–2000 in German football, 1999–2000 Tennis Borussia Berlin season, 1999–2000 VfL Bochum season, 2. Bundesliga, 2. Rugby-Bundesliga, 20 March 2003 anti-war protest, 2000 German Formula Three Championship, 2000 UEFA European Under-18 Championship, 2000–01 DFB-Pokal, 2001 German Formula Three Championship, 2001 IIHF World Championship, 2001–02 Bundesliga, 2002 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2002 German Formula Three Championship, 2002–03 Bundesliga, 2002–03 DFB-Pokal, 2002–03 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2002–03 VfL Bochum season, 2003 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2003 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2004 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2004 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2004–05 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2004–05 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season, 2004–05 Bundesliga, 2004–05 in Argentine football, 2004–05 VfL Bochum season, 2005 Australia national soccer team season, 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup Group A, 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup knockout stage, 2005 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2005 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2005–06 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2005–06 Bundesliga, 2005–06 DFB-Pokal, 2005–06 Dynamo Dresden season, 2005–06 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2005–06 in Australian soccer, 2005–06 in English football, 2006 FIFA World Cup, 2006 FIFA World Cup Group B, 2006 FIFA World Cup Group D, 2006 FIFA World Cup Group E, 2006 FIFA World Cup Group F, 2006 FIFA World Cup knockout stage, 2006 FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee, 2006 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2006 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2006 in American soccer, 2006 in Japanese football, 2006 Japan national football team, 2006–07 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2006–07 Bundesliga, 2006–07 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2006–07 Hamburger SV season, 2006–07 Hertha BSC season, 2006–07 VfL Bochum season, 2007 DFL-Ligapokal, 2007 Formula BMW ADAC season, 2007–08 Bundesliga, 2007–08 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2007–08 Everton F.C. season, 2007–08 Hertha BSC season, 2007–08 S.L. Benfica season, 2007–08 UEFA Cup final phase, 2007–08 UEFA Cup first round, 2007–08 UEFA Cup group stage, 2007–08 VfB Stuttgart season, 2007–08 VfL Bochum season, 2008 European Vacation Tour, 2008 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2008 German Athletics Championships, 2008 Greek riots, 2008 in Germany, 2008–09 Bundesliga, 2008–09 Champions Hockey League, 2008–09 DEL season, 2008–09 in German football, 2009 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2009 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2009–10 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2009–10 Bundesliga, 2009–10 DEL season, 2009–10 DFB-Pokal, 2009–10 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2009–10 Hertha BSC season, 2009–10 Rugby-Bundesliga, 2009–10 VfL Bochum season, 2010 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2010 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2010 in aviation, 2010 in Germany, 2010 UAE national football team results, 2010–11 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2010–11 Al Wasl FC season, 2010–11 Borussia Dortmund season, 2010–11 Bundesliga, 2010–11 DEL season, 2010–11 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2010–11 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2010–11 Hamburger SV season, 2010–11 Hannover 96 season, 2010–11 Regionalliga, 2010–11 SC Freiburg season, 2010–11 SV Werder Bremen season, 2010–11 VfL Wolfsburg season, 2011 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2011 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2011–12 1. FC Köln season, 2011–12 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2011–12 1. FSV Mainz 05 season, 2011–12 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season, 2011–12 Borussia Dortmund season, 2011–12 Borussia Mönchengladbach season, 2011–12 Bundesliga, 2011–12 DEL season, 2011–12 DFB-Pokal, 2011–12 FC Augsburg season, 2011–12 FC Schalke 04 season, 2011–12 Fenerbahçe S.K. season, 2011–12 Hamburger SV season, 2011–12 Hannover 96 season, 2011–12 Hertha BSC season, 2011–12 Regionalliga, 2011–12 SC Freiburg season, 2011–12 SpVgg Greuther Fürth season, 2011–12 SV Werder Bremen season, 2011–12 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim season, 2012 British Formula 3 International Series, 2012 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2012 European Athletics Championships, 2012 European Black Album Tour, 2012 Formula 3 Euro Series, 2012–13 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2012–13 1. FSV Mainz 05 season, 2012–13 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season, 2012–13 Borussia Dortmund season, 2012–13 Borussia Mönchengladbach season, 2012–13 Bundesliga, 2012–13 DEL season, 2012–13 Dynamo Dresden season, 2012–13 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2012–13 FC Augsburg season, 2012–13 FC Schalke 04 season, 2012–13 Fortuna Düsseldorf season, 2012–13 Hamburger SV season, 2012–13 Hannover 96 season, 2012–13 in German football, 2012–13 SC Freiburg season, 2012–13 SpVgg Greuther Fürth season, 2012–13 SSV Jahn Regensburg season, 2012–13 SV Werder Bremen season, 2012–13 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim season, 2012–13 VfB Stuttgart season, 2012–13 VfL Wolfsburg season, 2013 Bayern–Rundfahrt, 2013 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2013 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2013 IAM Cycling season, 2013 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2013 WTA Tour, 2013–14 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2013–14 Borussia Dortmund season, 2013–14 Borussia Mönchengladbach season, 2013–14 Bundesliga, 2013–14 DEL season, 2013–14 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2013–14 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2013–14 FC Augsburg season, 2013–14 FC Schalke 04 season, 2013–14 Hamburger SV season, 2013–14 Hannover 96 season, 2013–14 SV Darmstadt 98 season, 2013–14 SV Werder Bremen season, 2013–14 VfB Stuttgart season, 2014 Bayern–Rundfahrt, 2014 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2014 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group C, 2014 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2014 NetApp–Endura season, 2014 Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup, 2014 WTA Tour, 2014–15 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2014–15 2. Bundesliga, 2014–15 DEL season, 2014–15 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2014–15 in German football, 2014–15 ProA, 2014–15 RB Leipzig season, 2014–15 SV Darmstadt 98 season, 2014–15 VfL Bochum season, 2015 Audi Sport TT Cup, 2015 Bayern–Rundfahrt, 2015 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2015 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2015 German Athletics Championships, 2015 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, 2015 Team Giant–Alpecin season, 2015 WTA Tour, 2015–16 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2015–16 2. Bundesliga, 2015–16 Bundesliga, 2015–16 DEL season, 2015–16 DFB-Pokal, 2015–16 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2015–16 Eintracht Frankfurt season, 2015–16 Euroleague Top 16, 2015–16 FC St. Pauli season, 2015–16 Hertha BSC season, 2015–16 MSV Duisburg season, 2015–16 Real Madrid Baloncesto season, 2015–16 VfL Bochum season, 2016 Audi Sport TT Cup, 2016 Berlin ePrix, 2016 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2016 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2016 in sports, 2016 ITF Women's Circuit (July–September), 2016 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2016 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, 2016 WTA Tour, 2016–17 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2016–17 1. FC Union Berlin season, 2016–17 2. Bundesliga, 2016–17 DEL season, 2016–17 DFB-Pokal, 2016–17 DHB-Pokal, 2016–17 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2016–17 EuroLeague Regular Season, 2016–17 FC Augsburg season, 2016–17 FC Schalke 04 season, 2016–17 Hannover 96 season, 2016–17 in German football, 2016–17 Real Madrid Baloncesto season, 2016–17 SpVgg Greuther Fürth season, 2016–17 SSV Jahn Regensburg season, 2016–17 VfB Stuttgart season, 2016–17 VfL Bochum season, 2017 Audi Sport TT Cup, 2017 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, 2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2017 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2017 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, 2017 World Seniors Championship, 2017 WTA Tour, 2017–18 1. FC Kaiserslautern season, 2017–18 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2017–18 1. FC Union Berlin season, 2017–18 2. Bundesliga, 2017–18 Arminia Bielefeld season, 2017–18 DEL season, 2017–18 DFB-Pokal, 2017–18 Dynamo Dresden season, 2017–18 Eintracht Braunschweig season, 2017–18 EuroLeague Regular Season, 2017–18 FC Erzgebirge Aue season, 2017–18 FC Ingolstadt 04 season, 2017–18 FC St. Pauli season, 2017–18 Fortuna Düsseldorf season, 2017–18 Holstein Kiel season, 2017–18 MSV Duisburg season, 2017–18 Real Madrid Baloncesto season, 2017–18 SV Darmstadt 98 season, 2017–18 SV Sandhausen season, 2017–18 VfL Bochum season, 2017–18 World Boxing Super Series – super middleweight division, 2017–2018 Romanian protests, 2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group C, 2018 Nürnberger Versicherungscup, 2018 WTA Tour, 2018–19 1. FC Nürnberg season, 2018–19 Bundesliga, 2018–19 Champions Hockey League, 25 Live, 2nd Cavalry Regiment (United States), 316th Fighter Squadron, 389th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht), 3rd Infantry Division (United States), 3rd Royal Bavarian Division, 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, 42nd Infantry Division (United States), 45th Infantry Division (United States), 487th Air Expeditionary Wing, 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, 5th Infantry Regiment (United States), 5th Royal Bavarian Division, 793rd Military Police Battalion, 7th Portuguese India Armada (Almeida, 1505), 80th Division (United States), 99 Revolutions Tour. Expand index (4532 more) » « Shrink index
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Abraham Bing (1752–1841) was the Oberrabbiner (Chief Rabbi) of Würzburg.
Absalom or Avshalom according to the Hebrew Bible was the third son of David, King of Israel with Maacah, daughter of Talmai, King of Geshur.
An Abwurfdach (German for "removable roof"; plural: Abwurfdächer) was an easily dismantled construction that protected the curtain walls, cavaliers and bastions of several early modern fortresses.
The Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg (Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg) was founded in 1662 by Jacob von Sandrart and is the oldest art academy in German-speaking Central Europe.
The Leopoldina is the national academy of Germany.
Accordions (from 19th-century German Akkordeon, from Akkord—"musical chord, concord of sounds") are a family of box-shaped musical instruments of the bellows-driven free-reed aerophone type, colloquially referred to as a squeezebox.
"italic" ("Oh God, look down from heaven") is a Lutheran chorale of 1524, with words written by Martin Luther paraphrasing Psalm 12.
"italic" (Oh God, how much heartache) is a German hymn in 18 stanzas attributed to Martin Moller (1587).
Achim Albrecht (born July 2, 1962) is a German personal trainer and former bodybuilder and professional wrestler.
Achinger is a Polish coat of arms.
Ad Astra Aero (Latin for "to the stars") was a Swiss airline based at Zürichhorn in Zürich.
John Adam Eckfeldt (June 15, 1769 – February 6, 1852; usually Adam Eckfeldt) was a worker and official in the early days of the United States Mint.
Adam Erdmann Trčka von Lípa (1599 – 23 February 1634) was a Bohemian nobleman and lieutenant field marshal, who fought during the course of the Thirty Years' War.
Adam Kraft (or Krafft) (c. 1460?January 1509) was a German stone sculptor and master builder of the late Gothic period, based in Nuremberg and with a documented career there from 1490.
Adana Airport or Adana Şakirpaşa Airport (Adana Havalimanı) is an international airport located in Adana, Turkey.
The Adler (German for "Eagle") was the first locomotive that was successfully used commercially for the rail transport of passengers and goods in Germany.
The Gaue (Singular: Gau) were the de facto administrative sub-divisions of Nazi Germany, eclipsing the de jure Länder (states) of Weimar Germany in 1934.
Adnan Osmanović (born 20 March 1997) is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian professional footballer who plays as a Forward for Bosnian First League club FK Olimpik.
Adolf Albin (14 September 1848 – 1 February 1920) was a Romanian chess player.
The Adolf Hitler March of German Youth was a yearly rally of some 2,000 Hitler Youth who marched from all parts of Nazi Germany to the Nuremberg Rally of the Nazi Party, where they participated to the general parade.
Adoration of the Trinity (also known as Landauer Altarpiece; German: Allerheiligenbild or Landauer Altar) is an oil-on-panel painting by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer, executed in 1511 and currently housed in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.
Adrian Matejka (born in Nuremberg, Germany) is an African-American poet.
Adriana Barna (born 21 May 1978) is a retired professional German tennis player.
Adriano Leite Ribeiro (born February 17, 1982), commonly known as simply Adriano, is a Brazilian professional footballer who last played for Miami United.
Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft AG (AEG) (German: "General electricity company") was a German producer of electrical equipment founded as the Deutsche Edison-Gesellschaft für angewandte Elektricität in 1883 in Berlin by Emil Rathenau.
Aero-Dienst GmbH & Co. KG is an airline based in Germany, operating corporate charter and air ambulance flights out of Nuremberg Airport.
Aethiopian Sea, Æthiopian Ocean or Æthiopic Ocean (Æthiopicum Mare or Oceanus Æthiopicus; البحر الأثيوبي) was the name given to the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean in classical geographical works.
The Afraid of Heights Tour was a concert tour by Canadian rock band Billy Talent in support of their album, Afraid of Heights, which was released on July 29, 2016.
Below is list of Afrikaans exonyms.
The Afterburner World Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American rock band ZZ Top.
The Against the Grain Tour was a concert tour by punk rock band Bad Religion in support of their album, Against the Grain.
The name Agenda (“Things to be Done”; Germ. Agende or Kirchenagende) is given, particularly in the Lutheran Church, to the official books dealing with the forms and ceremonies of divine service.
Ages of Light (1998–2013) is the first best-of compilation by German power metal band Freedom Call.
Agnes Dürer née Frey (1475–1539) was the wife of the German artist Albrecht Dürer.
This is a list of the main career statistics of Agnieszka Radwańska, a professional tennis player from Poland.
Ahoi Tour was the fourth concert tour by German Industrial Metal band Rammstein, in support of their fourth studio album Reise, Reise.
Aida Emilevna Garifullina (Аида Эмилевна Гарифуллина) (born 30 September 1987) is a Russian operatic soprano of Tatar origin.
The aircraft of Nuremberg refers to a media hoax in which one or several French aircraft allegedly dropped bombs near Nuremberg, Germany on August 2, 1914, only one day prior to Germany's declaration of war on France.
AIS Airlines is a Dutch charter, wet lease, and scheduled airline headquartered at Lelystad Airport in the Netherlands, operating Jetstream 32 aircraft.
Akademy (capitalized as aKademy before 2009) is an annual contributors and users conference of the KDE community.
Aktion T4 (German) was a postwar name for mass murder through involuntary euthanasia in Nazi Germany.
Alban Schachleiter (20 January 1861 – 20 June 1937) was a Roman Catholic Benedictine monk and musicologist.
Albert Abicht (9 December 1893 in Lemnitz, Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach – 5 January 1973, in Nuremberg) was a German farmer and politician (ThLB/DNVP, NSDAP).
Albert II (Albrecht; 28 March 15228 January 1557) was the Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach (Brandenburg-Bayreuth) from 1527 to 1553.
Albert Christoph Dies (175528 December 1822) was a German painter, composer, and biographer.
Albert Ellmenreich was a German actor, writer, singer and composer.
Albert Fleischmann (June 28, 1862 - November 19, 1942) was a German zoologist.
Albert Louis Hammond OBE (born 18 May 1944) is a Gibraltarian singer, songwriter, and record producer.
Albert Kesselring (30 November 1885 – 16 July 1960) was a German Luftwaffe Generalfeldmarschall during World War II.
Albert Oehlen (born 1954 in Krefeld, West Germany) is a contemporary German artist.
Albert Richter (14 October 1912 in Cologne, Germany – 2 January 1940) was a German cyclist who won the world sprint championship.
Albert Roßhaupter (8 April 1878 – 14 December 1949) was a Bavarian politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and editor of several newspapers.
Berthold Konrad Hermann Albert Speer (March 19, 1905 – September 1, 1981) was a German architect who was, for most of World War II, Reich Minister of Armaments and War Production for Nazi Germany.
Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University was originally established in Kolozsvár, then in Austria-Hungary, later Romania, in 1872.
Count Albert Wass de Szentegyed et Czege (Hungarian gróf szentegyedi és czegei Wass Albert; Válaszút, Kingdom of Hungary (now Răscruci, Cluj County, Romania), 1908 – Astor Park, Florida, February 17, 1998) was a Hungarian nobleman, forest engineer, novelist, poet and member of the Wass de Czege family.
Albert Zoller was a French officer who, after World War II, interviewed Adolf Hitler's former secretary, Christa Schroeder, while she was put in detention.
Alberto Méndez Rodríguez (born 24 October 1974) is a German retired footballer who played as a midfielder.
Albrecht Adam (16 April 1786 – 28 August 1862) was a German painter of battles and horses, who became famous for his depictions of Napoleon's Russian campaign of 1812.
Albrecht Becker (14 November 1906 – 22 April 2002) was a German production designer, photographer, and actor, who was imprisoned by the Nazi regime for the charge of homosexuality.
Albrecht Dürer (21 May 1471 – 6 April 1528)Müller, Peter O. (1993) Substantiv-Derivation in Den Schriften Albrecht Dürers, Walter de Gruyter.
Albrecht Dürer the Elder (Albrecht Dürer der Ältere, often abbreviated Albrecht Dürer d. Ä.; ca. 1427 in Ajtós, near Gyula in Hungary – before 20 September 1502, Nuremberg), born as "Ajtossy" or "Ajtósi", was a Hungarian goldsmith in Nuremberg and the father of the Northern Renaissance painter Albrecht Dürer.
Albrecht Dürer's House (German: Albrecht-Dürer-Haus) is a Nuremberg Fachwerkhaus that was the home of German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer from 1509 to his death in 1528.
Albrecht Glockendon the Elder (c. 1432, Nuremberg1474. Also spelled Albert Glockenton) was a German engraver and manuscript illuminator.
Albrecht Glockendon the Younger (c.1500–1545) was a Nuremberg-based miniaturist and woodcutter.
Albrecht von Nürnberg was a medieval Bernese master sculptor originally from Nürnberg.
Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von Wallenstein (Albrecht Václav Eusebius z Valdštejna; 24 September 158325 February 1634),Schiller, Friedrich.
The Aldobrandini Tazze are a set of 12 silver-gilt standing cups in the shallow tazza shape (plural tazze), sometimes described as bowls or dishes.
Aleda E. Lutz (November 9, 1915 – November 1, 1944) was a United States Army flight nurse and one of the most celebrated women war heroes during World War II.
Alex And (Alexey D. Andreev Анд Алексей Дмитриевич) is a Ukrainian artist, who first used the term of "associative symbolism" applied to contemporary art.
Alexander Wright (born May 17, 1975) is a British-German former professional wrestler and professional wrestling promoter.
Alexander Abusch (14 February, 1902, Krakau, Royal Galicia & Lodomeria, Austria 27 January, 1982, East Berlin).
Alexander Awdijan (born June 27, 1977) is a professional boxer, the GBU 2007 World Champion and the International German Champion of 2006.
Alexander Frenkel (born 4 March 1985) is a German former professional boxer who competed from 2006 to 2010.
Alexander Helladius (Ἁλέξανδρος Ἐλλάδιος, 1686-?) was an 18th-century Greek scholar and humanist from Larissa, who studied at the Greek College of Oxford University and published several works on the Greek language and tradition.
Charles Alexander JoelHank Bordowitz,, New York: Billboard, 2005,,. (born 1971 in London, England) is a British pianist and conductor.
Alexander of Masovia (pl: Aleksander mazowiecki; 1400 - 2 June 1444) was a Polish prince member of the House of Piast from the Masovian branch.
Alexander Ferdinand Schreiner (July 31, 1901 – September 15, 1987), FamilySearch was one of the most noted organists of the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
Alexander Strehl (born in Nuremberg) is a computer scientist, management consultant and business school professor.
Alexander Utendal (1543/45 – 7 May 1581) was a Flemish composer.
Alexandros Kartalis (born 29 January 1995) is a German-Greek footballer who plays as a full-back for Greuther Fürth II.
Alexey Orlovski (Orlovski Alexey Borisovich, 1963, Moscow) – russian painter, graphic artist, photographer, llustrator.
Alfons Heck (3 November 1928 – 12 April 2005) was a Hitler Youth member who eventually became a Hitler Youth Officer and a fanatical adherent of Nazism during the Third Reich.
Alfred Byrd Graf (November 23, 1901 – December 14, 2001) was a German-American botanist who traveled the world in search of obscure plant species, discovering more than 100 previously undocumented varieties.
Alfred Hensel (8 March 1880 – 15 September 1969) was a German architect and director of the Nuremberg parks department.
Alfred Josef Ferdinand Jodl (10 May 1890 – 16 October 1946) was a German general during World War II, who served as the Chief of the Operations Staff of the Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht).
Alfred Ernst Rosenberg (12 January 1893 – 16 October 1946) was a German theorist and an influential ideologue of the Nazi Party.
Alfred Schwarzmann (22 March 1912 – 11 March 2000) was a German Olympic gymnast.
Alfredo Cristiano Keil (3 July 1850 – 4 October 1907) was a Portuguese romantic composer and painter.
Algimantas Liubinskas (born 4 November 1951 in Kybartai) is a Lithuanian politician and former manager of the Lithuania national football team and last time he is the head coach of FC Kaisar in the Kazakhstan Premier League.
Alison L. Booth is an Australian labour economist and novelist who is Professor of Economics at the Australian National University.
The Kiss Alive/35 World Tour was a concert tour by Kiss to celebrate Kiss's 35th anniversary.
The Alive/Worldwide Tour (also known as the Reunion Tour) was a 1996–1997 concert tour by American hard rock band Kiss.
The All Hope Is Gone World Tour was a concert tour by Slipknot that took place in 2008 and 2009 in support of the group's fourth studio album All Hope Is Gone.
All the Hits, All Night Long is a concert tour by American singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer, Lionel Richie.
Allersberg (Rothsee) is a railway station situated at km 25.4 of the Nuremberg-Ingolstadt high-speed line.
Allersberg-Express is the brand name for the RegionalBahn train service between Nuremberg and Allersberg in Bavaria in southern Germany, operated by Deutsche Bahn.
The Allgemeine-SS order of battle comprised the mustering formations of SS units in Nazi Germany and Austria that existed prior to and during World War II.
The Allgemeiner Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund (ADGB) was a confederation of German trade unions in Germany founded during the Weimar Republic.
The Allgemeiner Deutscher Musikverein (ADMV) (General German Music Association) was a German musical association founded in 1861 by Franz Liszt and Franz Brendel, to embody the musical ideals of the New German School of music.
Alma Adamkienė (née Nutautaitė; February 10, 1928) is a Lithuanian-American philologist and philanthropist.
Alma Templeton Moodie (12 September 18987 March 1943) was an Australian violinist who established an excellent reputation in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.
Alma Florence Soller McLay (28 December 1919 - 5 April 2017) was a member of Robert H. Jackson's team that prosecuted Nazi war criminals at Nuremberg after World War II.
Aloys Pennarini, also spelled Alois Pennarini, (born Aloys Federler; June 21, 1870, in Vienna, Austria-Hungary – June 23, 1927, in Liberec, Czechoslovakia), was an opera singer (tenor), opera director and film actor.
The alphorn or alpenhorn or alpine horn is a labrophone, consisting of a straight several-meter-long wooden natural horn of conical bore, with a wooden cup-shaped mouthpiece.
Altdorf bei Nürnberg is a town in south-eastern Germany.
The Alte Pinakothek (Old Pinakothek) is an art museum located in the Kunstareal area in Munich, Germany.
Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD) is a right-wing to far-right political party in Germany.
The burgstall of the Altes Schloss ("Old Castle" or "Old Palace") is the site of an old castle near the village of Affalterthal in Bavaria, that was probably built in the High Middle Ages for the nobility.
Althorp is a Grade I listed stately home, estate in civil parish of Althorp, in Daventry District, Northamptonshire, England of about.
Altorf is a French commune in the Bas-Rhin department in the Grand Est region of northeastern France.
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.
Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats (On the evening, however, of the same Sabbath),, is a church cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Amalia Pachelbel (29 October 1688 – 6 December 1723) was a German painter and engraver.
Amberg is a town in Bavaria, Germany.
Amberg-Sulzbach is a ''Landkreis'' (district) in Bavaria, Germany.
The American Doll Posse World Tour is the ninth world concert tour by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos to support her album American Doll Posse.
Amin Younes (born 6 August 1993) is a German professional footballer who last played as a winger for Eredivisie club Ajax and for the German national team.
The Bank of Amsterdam (Amsterdamsche Wisselbank or literally Amsterdam Exchange Bank) was an early bank, vouched for by the city of Amsterdam, established in 1609, the precursor to, if not the first, modern central bank.
Amy Gutmann (born November 19, 1949) is the eighth president of the University of Pennsylvania, an award-winning political theorist, the author of 16 books, and a university professor.
An Evening of New Music with Dream Theater was a tour by Progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater in Europe during Falling Into Infinity demos.
"An Wasserflüssen Babylon" (By the rivers of Babylon) is a Lutheran hymn by Wolfgang Dachstein, which was first published in Strasbourg in 1525.
Anastasija Reiberger, née Ryjikh (born 19 September 1977 in Omsk) is a Russian-born German pole vaulter.
Anca Barna (born 14 May 1977) is a retired professional German tennis player.
Anders Celsius (27 November 170125 April 1744) was a Swedish astronomer, physicist and mathematician.
András Mechwart de Belecska (or András Mechwart, born as Andreas Mechwart, Schweinfurt, 6 September 1834 – Budapest, 14 June 1907) was a German-born Hungarian-German mechanical engineer, chief executive of the Ganz Works, and a pioneer in the Hungarian mechanical and electrical engineering.
André Cassagnes (September 23, 1926 – January 16, 2013) was a French inventor, electrical technician, toymaker, and kite designer.
André Watts (born June 20, 1946) is a classical pianist and professor at the Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University.
Andreas Albrecht (Nurnberg 1586 – Hamburg 1628) was a German mathematician and engineer.
Andreas Althamer (also Andreas Altheimer) (c. 1500 – c. 1539) was a German humanist and Lutheran reformer.
Andreas Raphael Blass (born October 27, 1947 in Nuremberg) is a mathematician, currently a professor at the University of Michigan.
Andreas Köpke (born 12 March 1962) is a German former football goalkeeper who was in the German squad that won the 1990 FIFA World Cup, and was also part of the 1994 FIFA World Cup squad.
Andreas Osiander (19 December 1498 – 17 October 1552) was a German Lutheran theologian and Protestant reformer.
Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov (p; 21 May 192114 December 1989) was a Russian nuclear physicist, dissident, and activist for disarmament, peace and human rights.
Andrzej Dobber (born May 28, 1961 in Więcbork, Poland) is an operatic baritone.
Andreas Hannes Ling Fung Nägelein (born 5 October 1981), commonly known as Andy Nägelein, is a Hong Kong footballer of partial German descent.
Andy W. Mattes (born c. 1963) is a German businessman.
Angela Finger-Erben (born 2 February 1980 in Nuremberg) is a German TV presenter and journalist for RTL Television.
Angelic Salutation (German: Engelsgruß) is an assemblage of limewood sculptures celebrating the Annunciation by the German artist Veit Stoss in 1518.
The Animalize World Tour was a concert tour by American band Kiss in support of their Animalize album.
Anita Husarić (born 27 June 1994 in Tuzla) is a Bosnian tennis player.
Anna Bon (circa 1739-?) was an Italian composer and performer.
Anna Katharina Block (1642, Nuremberg – 1719, Regensburg), was a German Baroque flower painter.
Anna Klein (16 February 1883 in Nuremberg – 25 November 1941 in Kaunas) was a German landscape, animal and genre painter.
Anna of Glogau (1250/52 – 25 June 1271) was the eldest child of Konrad I, Duke of Silesia-Glogau and his first wife Salome of Greater Poland.
Anna Sprengel (allegedly died in 1891), countess of Landsfeldt, love-child of Ludwig I of Bavaria and Lola Montez, is a person whose existence was never proven, and who it now seems was invented by William Wynn Westcott to confer legitimacy on the Golden Dawn.
Anna of Schweidnitz (Świdnica) (also known as Anne or Anna of Świdnica, Anna Svídnická, Anna Świdnicka, Anna von Schweidnitz und Jauer) (Świdnica, 1339 – 11 July 1362 in Prague) was Queen of Bohemia, German Queen, and Empress of the Holy Roman Empire.
Anne Hull Grundy (née Ullmann, 1926 – 1984) was a German-born British art collector and philanthropist.
Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven (born 5 December 1951) is a Belgian artist whose work involves painting, drawing, computer art and video art.
Annette Karen Carell (born Anneliese Erlanger; 7 January 1926 – 20 October 1967) was a German-born American actress who lived in the United States and Britain at various stages of her career.
Annie Gosfield (born September 11, 1960 in Philadelphia) is a composer based in New York who works on the boundaries between notated and improvised music, electronic and acoustic sounds, refined timbres and noise.
Annus mirabilis (pl. anni mirabiles) is a Latin phrase that means "wonderful year", "miraculous year" or "amazing year".
Ansbach is a city in the German state of Bavaria.
The Ansbach Grizzlies are an American football team based in Ansbach, Germany.
Ansbach station is the central transportation hub in the town of Ansbach in southern Germany.
Anselm Grün (in English also: Anselm Gruen), OSB (born January 14, 1945 in, Germany) is a German Benedictine padre.
Anselm van Hulle or Anselmus van Hulle (name variations: Anselmus Hebbelijnck, Anselmus Hebbelynck, Anselm von Hulle, Anselmus von Hulle) (Gent, 1601 - 1674/1694) was a Flemish painter mainly of portraits whose works were highly prized at the Northern European Courts.
Antalya is the fifth-most populous city in Turkey and the capital of its eponymous province.
Antanas Paškevičius – Poška (– 16 October 1992) was a prominent Lithuanian traveler and anthropologist, as well as an active member of the Esperanto movement in Lithuania.
Ante Kostelić (born 11 August 1938) is a retired Croatian sportsman and coach.
Antemurale Christianitatis (English: Bulwark of Christendom) was a label used for a country defending the frontiers of Christian Europe from the Ottoman Empire.
Anthony (Tony) Freire Marreco (9 August 1915 – 4 June 2006) was a British barrister.
Anthony "Tony" Gervin Oettinger (born 29 March 1929 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a linguist and computer scientist best known for his work on information resources policy.
Antillia (or Antilia) is a phantom island that was reputed, during the 15th-century age of exploration, to lie in the Atlantic Ocean, far to the west of Portugal and Spain.
Antiquarian science books are original historical works (e.g., books or technical papers) concerning science, mathematics and sometimes engineering.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Anton Bakov (Антон Алексеевич Баков; born 29 December 1965) is a businessman, politician, traveller, writer and human rights activist.
Anton Ferdinand Titz (or Tietz, or Dietz) (1742 – 1811) was a German composer, violin and viola d'amore player, principally now known for his string quartets.
Anton Fugger (June 10, 1493 – September 14, 1560) was a German merchant and member of the Fugger family.
Anton Koberger (c. 1440/1445 – 3 October 1513) was the German goldsmith, printer and publisher who printed and published the Nuremberg Chronicle, a landmark of incunabula, and was a successful bookseller of works from other printers.
Anton Schlüter München (also spelled: Anton Schlueter Muenchen) was a German tractor manufacturer in the region of Munich, Bavaria.
Gabriel Anton Walter (5 February 1752 – 11 April 1826) was a builder of pianos.
Gen. Antoni Chruściel (nom de guerre Monter; 1895–1960) was a Polish military officer and a general of the Polish Army.
Antonis Remos (Αντώνης Ρέμος) (born Antonios Paschalidis; Αντώνης Πασχαλίδης; 19 June 1970 London Greek Radio. Retrieved on March 31, 2008), is a Greek singer.
The Apocalypse, properly Apocalypse with Pictures (Apocalypsis cum Figuris) is a famous series of fifteen woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer of scenes from the Book of Revelation, published in 1498, which rapidly brought him fame across Europe.
The apothecaries' system or apothecaries' weights and measures is a historical system of mass and volume units that were used by physicians and apothecaries for medical recipes, and also sometimes by scientists.
The Appeal to Reason Tour was a concert tour by punk band Rise Against, taking place between 2008–2010, in support of their fifth studio album Appeal to Reason.
Appeasement in an international context is a diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an aggressive power in order to avoid conflict.
Apple Maps (or simply Maps) is a web mapping service developed by Apple Inc. It is the default map system of iOS, macOS, and watchOS.
The following events occurred in April 1945.
The following events occurred in April 1946.
The following events occurred in April 1947.
The following events occurred in April 1948.
The following events occurred in April 1949.
An arch bridge is a bridge with abutments at each end shaped as a curved arch.
Archer Milton Huntington (March 10, 1870 – December 11, 1955) was the son of Arabella (née Duval) Huntington and the stepson of railroad magnate and industrialist Collis P. Huntington.
Ardie was a company in Nürnberg, Germany that manufactured motorcycles from 1919 until 1958.
The Arena Nürnberger Versicherung (originally known as the Nuremberg Arena) is a multi-use indoor arena that is located in Nuremberg, Germany.
Argula von Grumbach née von Stauff (1492-c. 1554) was a Bavarian writer and noblewoman who, starting in the early 1520s, became involved in the Protestant Reformation debates going on in Germany.
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) is a statewide research unit in Arizona charged with coordinating and stimulating the interdisciplinary exploration of medieval and Renaissance culture.
Armand Marseille was a company in Köppelsdorf, Thuringen that manufactured porcelain headed (bisque) dolls from 1885 onwards.
Armenians in Germany are ethnic Armenians living within the modern republic of Germany.
An armill or armilla (from the Latin: armillae remains the plural of armilla) is a type of medieval bracelet, or armlet, normally in metal and worn in pairs, one for each arm.
Armin Steigenberger (born 7 January 1965 in Nuremberg) is a German author.
The Armor of Emperor Ferdinand I is a suit of plate armor created by the Nuremberg armorer Kunz Lochner in 1549 for the future Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor.
Army Air Force Station Buchschwabach is a former military airfield, located 10.1 miles southwest of Nuremberg in Bavaria, Germany.
The German Army Group G (Heeresgruppe G) fought on the Western Front of World War II and was a component of OB West.
The Army of Sambre and Meuse (Armée de Sambre-et-Meuse) was one of the armies of the French Revolution.
The Army of the Holy Roman Empire (German Reichsarmee, Reichsheer or Reichsarmatur; Latin exercitus imperii) was created in 1422 and came to an end when the Holy Roman Empire dissolved in 1806 as the result of the Napoleonic Wars.
Founded in 1906 by Karl Arnold in Nürnberg, K. Arnold & Co. began its life producing tin toys and related items.
Arnold Paole (Arnont Paule in the original documents; an early German rendition of a Serbian name or nickname, perhaps Арнаут Павле, Arnaut Pavle; died c. 1726) was a Serbian hajduk who was believed to have become a vampire after his death, initiating an epidemic of supposed vampirism that killed at least 16 people in his native village of Meduegna (also rendered as Metwett; likely a German rendition of Serbian "Medveđa)", located at the West Morava river in Trstenik, Serbia.
Arnold Hans Weiss (July 25, 1924 – December 7, 2010) was a German-born refugee from Nazi Germany who emigrated to the United States where he became an intelligence officer working for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and played a key role in the discovery of the last will and testament of Adolf Hitler, dictated during the last days of the war in Europe and laying out the succession of leadership following his impending suicide as the Red Army overtook Berlin and encircled the Führerbunker.
Arnoldus Clapmarius (real surname Klapmeier, also known as Arnold Clapmar) (1574–1604) was a German academic, jurist and humanist, known for his writings on statecraft.
Art forgery is the creating and selling of works of art which are falsely credited to other, usually more famous artists.
Arthur Alden Kimball (1908–1996) was a career civil servant who was part of the prosecution staff for the Nuremberg Trials, and also helped establish the Economic Cooperation Administration for administering the Marshall Plan.
Avetik Abrahamyan (Ավետիք Աբրահամյան; born 20 February 1980), best known as Arthur Abraham, is an Armenian-German professional boxer.
Arthur Seyss-Inquart (German:; 22 July 189216 October 1946) was an Austrian Nazi politician who served as Chancellor of Austria for two days – from 11 to 13 March 1938 – before the Anschluss annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany, signing the constitutional law as acting head of state upon the resignation of President Wilhelm Miklas.
Arthur "King" James Williams (born November 12, 1964) is a former professional boxer.
Artur Axmann (18 February 1913 – 24 October 1996) was the German Nazi national leader (Reichsjugendführer) of the Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) from 1940 to the war's end in 1945.
Artus Gheerdinck (1564–1624) was a Dutch harpsichord builder.
The Aryan Games (Arische Spiele) were a proposed replacement for the Olympic Games in the Third Reich.
Aschaffenburg Hauptbahnhof is the main station of Aschaffenburg in the German state of Bavaria/ It is located on the busy Ruhr– Frankfurt–Nuremberg–Munich/Vienna rail corridor.
Asia Regional Organic Standard (AROS) is a common regional standard for organic production in East, South-East and South Asia.
Asparagus, or garden asparagus, folk name sparrow grass, scientific name Asparagus officinalis, is a spring vegetable, a flowering perennial plant species in the genus Asparagus.
Assembly of God Bethlehem Ministry also has Churches in other parts of the United States and other countries in the world.
The Association of German National Jews (German: Verband nationaldeutscher Juden) was a German Jewish organization during the Weimar Republic and the early years of Nazi Germany that eventually came out in support of Hitler.
The Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists of the World (AMFPA) is a for-profit international organization facilitating the sale of artwork produced by mouth and foot painting artists associated with the organization.
Asteroceras stellare, the True Star Ammonite, is an extinct species of cephalopod belonging to the Ammonite subclass and to the family Arietitidae.
The Astronomica (or as.trɔˈnɔ.mɪ.ka), also known as the Astronomicon, is a Latin didactic poem written in hexameters and divided into five books about celestial phenomena.
Asylum Tour was a concert tour by American heavy metal band Disturbed in support of the group's fifth studio album, Asylum, which was released in August 2010.
Athletics in Germany is governed by Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband founded on 29 January 1898.
Athletics in Italy is the 7th sport, with 995,000 persons, by number of practitioners.
Atlanta is the capital city and most populous municipality of the state of Georgia in the United States.
Attila Levin (born 1976-11-08 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish boxer in the Heavyweight division.
Auerbach in der Oberpfalz is a town in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, Bavaria, Germany.
Aufseß, also sometimes spelled Aufsess, is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria, Germany.
Aufseßplatz is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1 and U11 lines.
Augsburg (Augschburg) is a city in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany.
Augsburg is a ''Landkreis'' (district) in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany.
The Augsburg Confession, also known as the Augustan Confession or the Augustana from its Latin name, Confessio Augustana, is the primary confession of faith of the Lutheran Church and one of the most important documents of the Lutheran Reformation.
The following events occurred in August 1901.
The following events occurred in August 1929.
The following events occurred in August 1938.
The following events occurred in August 1947.
August Engelhardt (27 November 1875 – 6 May 1919) was a German author and founder of a sect of sun worshipers.
August Haußleiter (5 January 1905 – 8 July 1989) was a German politician and journalist.
August Johann Rösel von Rosenhof (March 30, 1705 in Augustenburg near Arnstadt – March 27, 1759 in Nuremberg) was a German miniature painter, naturalist and entomologist.
August von Kreling (May 23, 1818 – April 23, 1876) German sculptor born in Osnabrück.
Augustin Hirschvogel (1503 – February 1553) was a German artist, mathematician, and cartographer known primarily for his etchings.
Augustus John Rush (born December 15, 1942) is an internationally renowned psychiatrist.
"italic" (From deep affliction I cry out to you), originally "italic", later also "italic", is a Lutheran hymn of 1524, with words written by Martin Luther as a paraphrase of Psalm 130.
The Australia national association football team has represented Australia at the FIFA Confederations Cup on four occasions in 1997, 2001 and 2005 and 2017.
Australian rules football was heavily affected by both World War I and World War II.
The Austria men's national squash team represents Austria in international squash team competitions, and is governed by Österreichischer Squash Rackets Verband.
This is a list of the Austria national football team results from 1902 to 1929.
The Austrian Crown Jewels (Insignien und Kleinodien) is a term denoting the regalia and vestments worn by the Holy Roman Emperor, and later by the Emperor of Austria, during the coronation ceremony and other state functions.
Austrian literature is the literature written in Austria, which is mostly, but not exclusively, written in the German language.
The Austro-Prussian War or Seven Weeks' War (also known as the Unification War, the War of 1866, or the Fraternal War, in Germany as the German War, and also by a variety of other names) was a war fought in 1866 between the Austrian Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia, with each also being aided by various allies within the German Confederation.
Automated restaurant or robotic restaurant is a restaurant that uses robots to do tasks such as delivering food and drinks to the tables and/or to cook the food.
The automotive industry in Germany is one of the largest employers in the world, with a labor force of over 747,000 (2009) working in the industry.
The AutoTram Extra Grand are a series of bi-articulated passenger buses.
An auxiliary power unit (APU) is a device on a vehicle that provides energy for functions other than propulsion.
Aycan Yanaç (born November 21, 1998) is a Turkish-German women's football forward currently playing in the German "Frauen Landesliga Nord – Bayern" (Women's States League North – Bavaria) for 1. FC Nürnberg II.
Azimut Hotels is a Russian company that manages the international hotel chain.
In German orthography, the grapheme ß, called Eszett or scharfes S, in English "sharp S", represents the phoneme in Standard German, specifically when following long vowels and diphthongs, while ss is used after short vowels.
ČSA Flight 511 was a flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-18 that crashed in Gräfenberg near Nürnberg on March 28, 1961 during flight across West Germany.
İlkay Gündoğan (born 24 October 1990) is a German professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Manchester City and the Germany national team.
Łukasz Janik (mborn 17 December 1985 in Jelenia Gora) is a Polish Cruiserweight professional boxer.
Şamil Çinaz (born 8 March 1986) is a German professional footballer of Turkish descent who plays as a midfielder for Turkish club Kayserispor.
Babysitter Wanted is a 2008 American horror film directed by Jonas Barnes & Michael Manasseri being written by Jonas Barnes.
Bachmann Industries (Bachmann Brothers, Inc.) is a Bermuda registered Chinese owned company, globally headquartered in Hong Kong; specialising in model railroading.
The Back in Black Tour was the supporting tour for the album Back in Black by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC through 1980 to 1981.
The Backnang–Ludwigsburg railway is a line on the northern edge of the Stuttgart region in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, linking Backnang and Ludwigsburg.
The Backstreet Boys: Live in Concert Tour began in 1996 and continued into 1997.
is a historic spa town in the district of Heilbronn in the Baden-Württemberg region of southern Germany.
Bad Windsheim is a small historic town in Bavaria, Germany with a population of almost 12,000.
The "Badonviller-Marsch" (AM II, 256) is a Bavarian military march by composer Georg Fürst (1870–1936).
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.
A Bahnbetriebswerk is the equivalent of a locomotive depot (or motive power depot) on the German and Austrian railways.
Baldo Angelo Abati (in Latin Baldus Angelus Abatius; born in Gubbio) was an Italian physician and naturalist.
The Ballroom Blitz Tour is a concert tour by Nu metal band Korn in support of their ninth studio album Korn III: Remember Who You Are.
Bamberg is a town in Upper Franconia, Germany, on the river Regnitz close to its confluence with the river Main.
The Bamberg Cathedral (Bamberger Dom, official name Bamberger Dom St. Peter und St. Georg) is a church in Bamberg, Germany, completed in the 13th century.
The Bamberg witch trials, which took place in Bamberg in 1626–1631, were one of a series of mass witch trials in southern Germany, contemporary with the Würzburg witch trials and others.
The Bamberg–Rottendorf railway is a two-track electrified main line railway in the German state of Bavaria.
The Bank für Sozialwirtschaft AG (BFS) is a specialized commercial bank for companies, institutions and organizations from the areas of health, social services (support for the elderly and disabled people, child and youth services) and education which is located in Cologne and Berlin.
Sergeant (Air Bomber) Bankole Beresford Vivour (1920 – 31 March 1944) was a Nigerian-born Royal Air Force bomb crew member.
The Baptized World Tour is the third headlining tour by American rock band, Daughtry in support of their fourth studio album Baptized.
Bar (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Бар) is a coastal town and seaport in southern Montenegro.
The Barcelona Ladies Open was a tennis tournament for women held in Barcelona in Catalonia (Spain) and was played on outdoor clay courts.
The Bardentreffen (German for bards' meeting) is an annual open-air music festival in Nuremberg, Germany.
Mötley Crüe and Waysted were support acts for the tour.
Baroness Wilhelmine Caroline Christiane Henriette of Dörnberg, full German name: Wilhelmine Caroline Christiane Henriette, Reichsfreiin von Dörnberg (6 March 1803, Ansbach, Kingdom of Prussia – 14 May 1835, Nuremberg, Kingdom of Bavaria) was a member of the House of Dörnberg and a Baroness of Dörnberg by birth.
The Barony of Schwarzenberg (Herrschaft Schwarzenberg) was a domain that emerged in the middle of the 12th century in the Saxon Ore Mountains in central Europe.
Barthel Beham (or Bartel) (1502–1540) was a German engraver, miniaturist and painter.
Bartholomäus Zeitblom (c. 1450 – c. 1519) was a German painter, the chief master of the school of Ulm, where he is on official record from 1482 to 1518.
The baselard (also basilard, baslard, in Middle French also badelare, bazelaire and variants, latininzed baselardus, basolardus etc., in Middle High German beseler, baseler, basler, pasler; baslermesser) is a historical type of dagger or short sword of the Late Middle Ages.
A basilica is a type of building, usually a church, that is typically rectangular with a central nave and aisles, usually with a slightly raised platform and an apse at one or both ends.
Basilius Besler (1561–1629) was a respected Nuremberg apothecary and botanist, best known for his monumental Hortus Eystettensis.
Bastian Schweinsteiger (born 1 August 1984) is a German professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Major League Soccer club Chicago Fire.
The Monastery of Batalha (Mosteiro da Batalha), literally the Monastery of the Battle, is a Dominican convent in the municipality of Batalha, in the district of Leiria, in the Centro Region of Portugal.
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 Amberg, fought on 24 August 1796, resulted in an Austrian victory by Archduke Charles over a French army led by Jean-Baptiste Jourdan.
The Battle of Berlin was the British bombing campaign on Berlin from November 1943 to March 1944.
The Battle of Fürth was fought on September 3, 1632 between the Catholic forces of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II and the Protestant forces of King Gustavus II (Gustav Adolph) of Sweden during the period of Swedish intervention in the Thirty Years War.
The Battle of Lanzerath Ridge was fought on December 16, 1944, the first day of the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, near the village of Lanzerath, Belgium, along the key route for the German advance on the northern shoulder of the operation.
The Battle of Nuremberg was a five-day battle between the forces of the United States 7th Army on one side, and Nazi Germany and Russian Liberation Army volunteers on the other during World War II.
The Battle of Nuremberg (also known as Massacre of Nuremberg) is the nickname of a football match played in the Round of 16 of the 2006 FIFA World Cup between Portugal and the Netherlands at the Frankenstadion in Nuremberg on 25 June 2006.
The Battle of Schellenberg, also known as the Battle of Donauwörth, was fought on 2 July 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession.
The Battle of the Alte Veste was a significant battle of the Thirty Years' War.
The Battle of Warsaw (also known as the Battle of Rakowitz or Rakowiec)Rakowiec later became part of the Ochota district of Warsaw.
Bauernfeindstraße is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1 and U11 lines.
Bavaria (Bavarian and Bayern), officially the Free State of Bavaria (Freistaat Bayern), is a landlocked federal state of Germany, occupying its southeastern corner.
The Bavarian Army was the army of the Electorate (1682–1806) and then Kingdom (1806–1919) of Bavaria.
Bavarian branch lines comprised nearly half the total railway network in Bavaria, a state in the southeastern Germany that was a kingdom in the days of the German Empire.
The D IX steam locomotive was manufactured by the firm of Maffei between 1888 and 1899 for the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staatsbahn).
The Bavarian Class D XI engines were branch line (Lokalbahn) saturated steam locomotives built for service with the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staatsbahn).
The Royal Bavarian Eastern Railway Company (Königlich privilegirte Actiengesellschaft der bayerischen Ostbahnen) or Bavarian Ostbahn was founded in 1856.
The electric passenger train locomotives of Bavarian Class EP 3/5 were the first electric locomotives designed for single-phase AC, 15 kV, 16 2/3 Hz working for the Royal Bavarian State Railways.
The Bavarian Forest Railway (Bayerische Waldbahn often just called the Waldbahn) links the heart of the Bavarian Forest around Regen and Zwiesel to Plattling and the Danube valley on one side, and the Czech Republic through Bayerisch Eisenstein on the other.
The Royal Bavarian State Railways had, at different times, three different goods wagon classification systems that roughly correspond to the early, middle and late period of the state railway era in Bavaria.
The Bavarian Group Administration or Gruppenverwaltung Bayern was a largely autonomous railway administration within the Deutsche Reichsbahn (German Imperial Railways) between the two world wars.
The Bavarian Ludwig Railway (Bayerische Ludwigseisenbahn or Ludwigsbahn) was the first steam-hauled railway opened in Germany.
The two-cylinder, superheated Bavarian Pt 2/3 engine was built by Krauss for the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staats-Eisenbahnen) between 1909 and 1915.
The Bavarian Class Pt 2/5 H locomotive of the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staatsbahn) was built by Krauss for the Nuremberg Trade Fair in 1906.
The Class S 2/5 express locomotives of the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staats-Eisenbahnen) were the first steam engines in Germany to be built with full-length bar frames (durchgehendem Barrenrahmen).
The Royal Bavarian State Railways' sole class S 2/6 steam locomotive was built in 1906 by the firm of Maffei in Munich, Germany. It was of 4-4-4 wheel arrangement in the Whyte notation, or 2'B2' h4v in the UIC classification scheme, and was a 4-cylinder, von Borries, balanced compound locomotive. It was initially assigned No. 3201. The inspiration was partly the two Prussian S 9 cab forward 4-4-4s of two years previously. Unlike those locomotives, the S 2/6 was strictly conventional in all respects apart from wheel arrangement, driving wheel size and streamlining. Many aspects of the design were borrowed from the earlier Maffei design of the Baden IId 4-4-2 class; Anton Hammel was the chief designer for both. The locomotive was designed and built in only 4 months.
The Class S 3/5 engines of the Royal Bavarian State Railways (Königlich Bayerische Staatsbahn) were express train steam locomotives with a 4-6-0 wheel arrangement.
The Class S 3/6 steam locomotives of the Royal Bavarian State Railways (later Class 18.4-5 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn) were express train locomotives with a 4-6-2 Pacific (Whyte notation) or 2'C1' (UIC classification) wheel arrangement.
The Bavarian State Police (Bayerische Polizei) has approximately 33,500 armed officers and roughly 8,500 other civilian employees and is therefore the biggest police force in Germany.
A bay window is a window space projecting outward from the main walls of a building and forming a bay in a room.
Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting, BR) is a public-service radio and television broadcaster, based in Munich, capital city of the Free State of Bavaria in Germany.
Bayreuth (Bavarian: Bareid) is a medium-sized town in northern Bavaria, Germany, on the Red Main river in a valley between the Franconian Jura and the Fichtelgebirge Mountains.
Bayreuth Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station in the German town of Bayreuth, in northern Bavaria.
The Bayreuth–Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg line is a single-track main line railway in the German state of Bavaria.
Bärenschanze is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1 and U11 lines.
Bühler Motor with headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany develops and manufactures demanding custom-made, and reliable drive solutions with DC/BLDC motors and gear motors and pumps.
The BBL All-Star Game is the annual All-Star Game of the German first division basketball league, the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL).
Beatrix of Nuremberg (Nuremberg – 10 June 1414, Perchtoldsdorf) was a daughter of Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg and his wife Elisabeth of Meissen.
Beatrice of Silesia (also known as Beatrice of Świdnica; Beatrycze świdnicka, Beatrix von Schweidnitz; 1290 – 25 August 1320) was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast in the Silesian branch of Jawor-Świdnica and by marriage Duchess of Bavaria and German Queen.
Become One was a German boy/girl pop band.
A beer festival is an event at which a variety of beers are available for purchase.
The Belarusian national ice hockey team (Зборная Беларусі па хакеі з шайбай; Сборная Белоруссии по хоккею с шайбой) is currently ranked 11th in the world by the IIHF in their 2018 World Ranking.
In the 2000s, the Belgium national football team played at Euro 2000 (which Belgium co-hosted with The Netherlands) and at the 2002 World Cup.
Bella Fromm (20 December 1890 – 9 February 1972) was a German journalist and author of Jewish origin, who lived in exile in the United States from 1938.
Benjamin Berell Ferencz (born July 13, 1919)Gale Reference Team: Biography - Ferencz, Benjamin B(erell) (1920-):, Thomson Gale, April 6, 2006.
Benedict Chelidonius or Schwalbe (also Benedict Chelydonius or Caledonius; born c. 1460; died 1521) was an abbot of the Scottish monastery at Vienna.
Benigno Bossi (1727- 1792) was an Italian engraver, painter, and stucco artist.
Benjamin Block, or Blok (1631–1690) was a seventeenth-century German - Hungarian Baroque painter who married the flower painter Anna Katharina Block.
Benjamin Cortus (born 13 December 1981) is a German football referee who is based in Röthenbach.
Benjamin James Dale (17 July 188530 July 1943) was an English composer and academic who had a long association with the Royal Academy of Music.
Benjamin Fuchs (born 20 October 1983) is an Austrian footballer, who also holds German citizenship.
Benjamin Le Fevre (October 8, 1838 – March 7, 1922) was a nineteenth-century American politician from Ohio.
Benno Martin (12 February 1893 – 2 July 1975) was a German SS functionary during the Nazi era.
Bensheim station is in the town of Bensheim on the Main-Neckar Railway, connecting Frankfurt and Heidelberg, in the German state of Hesse. The station is also the beginning and end of the single-track non-electrified Worms–Bensheim line (Nibelung Railway). 114 trains stop at Bensheim station every day, of which about one-third are long-distance services. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 3 station. Bensheim station is protected as a cultural monument under the Hessian heritage legislation.
Berg may refer to.
The Bergkirchweih is an annual Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair) in Erlangen, Germany.
Berkin Elvan (January 5, 1999 – March 11, 2014) was a 15-year-old Turkish boy who was hit on the head by a tear-gas canister fired by a police officer in Istanbul after going out to buy bread during the June 2013 anti-government protests in Turkey.
The Berlin Adler (Berlin Eagles) is an American football club based in Berlin, Germany.
The Berlin border crossings were border crossings created as a result of the post-World War II division of Germany.
The Potsdamer Bahnhof is a former railway terminus in Berlin, Germany.
Berlin Tegel "Otto Lilienthal" Airport (Flughafen Berlin-Tegel „Otto Lilienthal“) is the main international airport of Berlin, the federal capital of Germany.
Berlin Tempelhof Airport (Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof) was one of the airports in Berlin, Germany.
The Berlin–Munich high-speed railway is a roughly long High-speed railway line between the German cities of Berlin, Nuremberg, Erfurt, Leipzig and Munich.
The Berlin–Palermo railway axis (Eisenbahnachse Berlin–Palermo) (Asse ferroviario Berlino-Palermo) is project No.
Bernardin Frankopan (1453–1529) was a Croatian nobleman, diplomat, warrior and patron, a member of the Frankopan noble family, very powerful and influential in the Croatian Kingdom.
Bernhard Afinger (6 May 1813, Nuremberg – 25 December 1882, Berlin) was a German sculptor.
Bernhard Gregory (in Tallinn – 2 February 1939 in Berlin) was a Baltic German chess master.
Bernhard Mann (born in Stuttgart, Germany, 3 December 1950) is a Social Scientist and Master of Public Health, Professor emeritus of Health and Social Management at the FHM Bielefeld - University of Applied Sciences, former Professor of Health Management and Vice-President at the University of Applied Sciences Bamberg, Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Public Health at the University of Koblenz-Landau, at the Berlin School of Public Health - Charité, Medical University and at several Universities of Educational Cooperation as well as of Applied Sciences.
Bernhard Molique (Wilhelm Bernhard Molique; 7 October 1802 – 10 May 1869) was a German violinist and composer.
Bernhard E. Scholz, (30 March 1835 – 26 December 1916) was a German conductor, composer and teacher of music.
Bernhard Strigel (c. 1461 – 4 May 1528) was a German portrait and historical painter of the Swabian school, the most important of a family of artists established at Memmingen.
Bernhard Vogel (19 December 1683 – 13 October 1737) was a German engraver whose main interests were genre scenes and portraits.
Bernhard von Reesen (born ca. 1490) was an art collector born to a patrician family in Danzig (Gdańsk), in Kingdom of Poland.
Bernhard Walther (1430June 19, 1504) was a German merchant, humanist and astronomer based in Nuremberg, Germany.
Bernhard Weiss (30 July 1880 – 29 July 1951) was a German lawyer and Vice President of the Berlin police during the Weimar Republic.
Beroun (Beraun) is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Bertha Lilian Bracey (1893–1989) was a Quaker teacher and aid worker who organised relief and sanctuary for Europeans affected by the turmoil before, during and after the Second World War.
Berthold Landauer (sometimes given as Berchtold) (fl. 1396, d. 1430/1432) was a German painter active in Nuremberg.
Bertita Harding (1 November 1902 – 31 December 1971) was a royal German biographer with an easy and sometimes humorous style that made her a popular author.
Bettina Borrmann Wells (born 1874) was a Bavarian-born English suffragette who toured the United States as an organizer and lecturer.
Betzenstein is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany.
Beyond is the eighth full-length album by the German power metal band Freedom Call.
Beyond the Limits is a 2003 horror-thriller film directed by Olaf Ittenbach and stars Xenia Seeberg, Darren Shahlavi and Timo Rose.
The Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls World Tour was a concert tour by horror punk supergroup the Murderdolls in support of their first studio album, of the same name, which was released in August 2002.
German language translations of the Bible have existed since the Middle Ages.
Bible translations into Hebrew primarily refers to translations of the Greek New Testament into the Hebrew language.
National Olympic Committees select from within their national territory cities to put forward bids to host an Olympic Games.
The Biertan fortified church (Biserica fortificată din Biertan; Kirchenburg von Birthälm) is a Lutheran fortified church in Biertan (Birthälm), Sibiu County, in the Transylvania region of Romania.
The twelfth series of Big Brother Germany began on 22 September 2015, after the last season was on 2011.
The ninth season of Big Brother Germany began on 8 December 2008 and ended on 6 July 2009 (211 Days).
The II Tour was a 20-month-long concert tour by punk rock band Billy Talent, taking place in 2006 through to 2008 in support of their third studio album Billy Talent II.
The III Tour was a concert tour by band Billy Talent, taking place from 2009 to 2010, in support of their third studio album Billy Talent III.
The Binaural Tour was a concert tour by the American rock band Pearl Jam to support its sixth album, Binaural.
Bing or Gebrüder Bing ("Bing brothers") was a German toy company founded in 1863 in Nuremberg, Germany by two brothers, Ignaz Bing and Adolf Bing, originally producing metal kitchen utensils, but best remembered for its extensive lines of model trains and live steam engines.
The Bing Cave or Binghöhle is a limestone show cave in Wiesenttal, Bavaria, Germany.
Bingola Records was a United States record label of the 1920s.
BioFach is the world's largest trade fair for organic food and agriculture.
The Birkenhainer Straße (English: Birkenhainer road) is a long-distance hiking trail that follows an ancient trade route through the Mittelgebirge Spessart, in the states of Hesse and Bavaria, Germany.
The Bishopric of Eichstätt, or Prince-Bishopric of Eichstätt, was a small ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire.
From 1868 onwards, Bismarck monuments were erected in many parts of the German Empire in honour of the long-serving Prussian minister-president and first German Reichskanzler, Prince Otto von Bismarck.
Black Box 149 is a play by Australian playwright Rosemary Johns.
The Black Holes and Revelations Tour was a worldwide concert tour by English alternative rock band Muse in support of their fourth studio album Black Holes and Revelations.
The Blackbird, also called the Black Stone Violin, is a full-size playable violin made of black diabase after drawings by Antonio Stradivari (Stradivarius), but with technical modifications to allow it to be played.
The Blackout Tour was a concert tour by the heavy metal band Scorpions from March 16, 1982 to December 18, 1983.
Bleed from Within are a Scottish heavy metal band from Glasgow.
The Bleed Like Me Tour was the fourth world concert tour cycle by American/Scottish alternative rock group Garbage.
Block books, also called xylographica, are short books of up to 50 leaves, block printed in Europe in the second half of the 15th century as woodcuts with blocks carved to include both text and illustrations.
Blood libel (also blood accusation) is an accusationTurvey, Brent E. Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis, Academic Press, 2008, p. 3.
Blood on the Cat's Neck or Blood on the Neck of the Cat is an absurdist 1971 play originally written by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Bloodsimple was an American heavy metal band from New York City that formed in 2002.
The Blutfahne, or Blood Flag, is a Nazi German hakenkreuz (swastika) flag that was carried during the failed Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, Germany on 9 November 1923, during which it became soaked in the blood of one of the SA men who died.
The BMW M2B15 was BMW's first flat-twin engine.
The Bob Dylan World Tour 1978 was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Count Bodo VIII of Stolberg-Wernigerode (nicknamed the Blissful; 4 January 1467 − 22 June 1538) was Count of Stolberg and Hohnstein and Lord of Wernigerode from 1511 until his death.
The Boeing Model 247 was an early United States airliner, considered the first such aircraft to fully incorporate advances such as all-metal (anodized aluminium) semimonocoque construction, a fully cantilevered wing and retractable landing gear.
Bohemia (Čechy;; Czechy; Bohême; Bohemia; Boemia) is the westernmost and largest historical region of the Czech lands in the present-day Czech Republic.
The Bohemian Palatinate (Česká Falc, Böhmische Oberpfalz), since the 19th century also called New Bohemia (Nové Čechy, Neuböhmen), is a historical area in the northeast of present-day Bavaria (Germany), which from 1353 onwards was incorporated into the Crown of Bohemia by Emperor Charles IV.
Bohuslav Bílejovský (circa 1480 – 1555) was a Czech utraquist historian and theologian.
Bolesław I the Tall (Bolesław I Wysoki) (b. 1127 – d. Leśnica, 7 or 8 December 1201) was a Duke of Wroclaw from 1163 until his death in 1201.
Bolesław Prus (pronounced: bɔ'lεswaf 'prus; 20 August 1847 – 19 May 1912), born Aleksander Głowacki, is a leading figure in the history of Polish literature and philosophy and a distinctive voice in world literature.
The bombing of Dresden was a British/American aerial bombing attack on the city of Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, during World War II in the European Theatre.
The Bombing of Würzburg in World War II was part of the strategic bombing campaign by the Allies against Nazi Germany.
During World War II, the German city of Heilbronn was bombed numerous times by the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces.
BONI PUERI, was founded in 1982 and has become one of Europe's most famous musical ensembles.
Bookselling is the commercial trading of books which is the retail and distribution end of the publishing process.
The term boot refers to a family of instruments of torture and interrogation variously designed to cause crushing injuries to the foot and/or leg.
Boozoo Bajou is a musical duo, Florian Seyberth and Peter Heider, from Germany.
The border guards of the inner German border comprised tens of thousands of military, paramilitary and civilian personnel from both East and West Germany, as well as from the United Kingdom, the United States and initially the Soviet Union.
"Bosom of Abraham" refers to the place of comfort in the Biblical Sheol (or Hades in the Greek Septuagint version of the Hebrew scriptures from around 200 BC, and therefore so described in the New Testament) where the righteous dead await Judgment Day.
The Brabant Road (Brabanter Straße), Cologne to Leipzig Road (Köln-Leipziger Straße) or Liege Road (Lütticher Straße) is an ancient road which, during the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, was one of the most important continental east-west oriented military and trade routes.
Bradley Leeb (born August 27, 1979) is a retired Cree First Nations Canadian ice hockey player.
Brașov (Corona, Kronstadt, Transylvanian Saxon: Kruhnen, Brassó) is a city in Romania and the administrative centre of Brașov County.
Brandenburg (Brannenborg, Lower Sorbian: Bramborska, Braniborsko) is one of the sixteen federated states of Germany.
Starting in the 12th century, the Margraviate, later Electorate, of Brandenburg was in conflict with the neighboring Duchy of Pomerania over frontier territories claimed by them both, and over the status of the Pomeranian duchy, which Brandenburg claimed as a fief, whereas Pomerania claimed Imperial immediacy.
Bratwurst is a type of German sausage made from veal, beef, or most commonly pork.
Bratwurst-Röslein is a traditional restaurant in Nuremberg, Germany founded in 1431.
Bratwursthäusle Nürnberg is the oldest restaurant in Nuremberg, Bavaria state, Germany.
(German for Braunau on the Inn) is a town in Upper Austria.
The Braunau Contemporary History Days are a series of conferences organised by the association for contemporary history.
Braxton Olita (born September 17, 1985) is an American musician and vocalist.
The Brazil national football team has a long competitive record in playing association football.
Break Every Rule World Tour is the fourth worldwide concert tour by American singer Tina Turner.
The breaking wheel, also known as the Catherine wheel or simply the wheel, was a torture device used for public execution from antiquity into early modern times by breaking a criminal's bones and/or bludgeoning them to death.
Breitengüßbach (or Breitengüssbach) is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg.
The Breitspurbahn (translation: broad-gauge railway) was a planned broad-gauge railway, proposed by Adolf Hitler during the Nazi regime in Germany, supposed to run on 3-metre gauge track with double-deck coaches between major cities of Grossdeutschland, Hitler's expanded GermanyPuffert, Douglas J. (2009).
Brian Magee (born 9 June 1975) is a Northern Irish former professional boxer who competed from 1999 to 2012.
Brian Michaels (12 April 1948 in London) is a British theatre and opera director.
The Bridges to Babylon Tour was a worldwide concert tour by The Rolling Stones.
A Briefzentrum (English: Letter center) is a district center for the processing of letters for Deutsche Post.
Brigitte Fassbaender (born 3 July 1939), is a German mezzo-soprano opera singer and a stage director.
British Eagle International Airlines was a major British independentindependent from government-owned corporations airline that operated from 1948 until it went into liquidation in 1968.
The British Steel Tour was a 1980 concert tour by British heavy metal band Judas Priest where the band toured in Europe and North America from 7 March to 23 August 1980 in support of their 1980 album British Steel. During the United Kingdom leg of the tour, the band was supported by Iron Maiden, who were touring in support of their self-titled debut album.
The BRM P160 was a Formula One racing car designed by Tony Southgate for the British Racing Motors team, which raced in the 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974 Formula One seasons.
Broncia Koller-Pinell (25 February 1863, Sanok - 26 April 1934, Oberwaltersdorf) was an Austrian Expressionist painter who specialized in portraits and still-lifes.
Brose Arena (official spelling: brose ARENA) is the third largest multi-functional indoor arena in Bavaria, after the Olympic Hall in Munich, and the Arena Nürnberger Versicherung, in Nuremberg.
Brose Bamberg is a German professional basketball team from Bamberg, Franconia / North Bavaria.
The Marx brothers (German Marxbrüder), or Brotherhood of Saint Mark was the name of the most important organization of German swordsmen in the 16th century.
The Brothers in Arms Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits.
Bruce Stokes Collie (born June 27, 1962 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a former professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for the San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Brunettes Shoot Blondes is a Ukrainian indie rock band, founded in early 2010 and based out of Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine.
Brunn or Brünn may refer to.
Bruno Berger-Gorski (born August 8, 1962, Hagen, Germany) is a German opera director of Polish descent.
Bruno Möhring (11 December 1863 – 25/26 March 1929) was a German architect, urban planner, designer and a professor in Berlin.
Buchbrunn is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany.
The Bugatti EB 110 is a mid-engine sports car produced by Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. from 1991 to 1995, when the company was liquidated.
Buna Werke Schkopau were a chemical company specialising in the production of polymer materials such as plastics and artificial rubber.
The Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Federal Office for Labour, BA) is a German federal agency in the area of responsibility of the Federal Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs and has its headquarters in Nuremberg.
is an autobahn in Germany that links the border with the Netherlands near Wesel in the northwest to then go to the A2/A516 in Oberhausen an ultimately to the south at the Austrian border near Passau, where it continues in Austria as the A8.
, also known as Via Carolina (between Nuremberg and the Czech border continuing to Prague) is a 477 km (296.4 mi) long German autobahn.
is a motorway in Germany.
is an autobahn in Germany, connecting Berlin and Munich via Leipzig and Nuremberg.
The Bundeseisenbahnvermögen (BEV) is a special authority of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Bundesfinanzdirektionen was the German federal funding agencies with responsibility to the Federal Ministry of Finance that operated between 2008-2015.
The Bundesstraße 2 (abbr. B2) is Germany's longest federal highway, running some 1000 kilometres from the Polish border near Gartz to the Austrian border near Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
The Bundesstraße 2R is a German federal highway (German: Bundesstraße) in Bavaria.
The Bundesstraße 4 (abbr. B4) is a German federal highway running in a northwesterly to southly direction from the state of Schleswig-Holstein to Bavaria.
The Bundesstraße 8 (abbr. B8) is a German federal highway in southwestern Germany of great historical importance.
Burghaslach is a municipality and a market town in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Franconia in Bavaria, Germany.
Burgrave also rendered as Burggrave (from Burggraf, praefectus), was since the medieval period in Europe (mainly Germany) the official title for the ruler of a castle, especially a royal or episcopal castle, and its territory called a Burgraviate or Burgravate (German Burggrafschaft also Burggrafthum, Latin praefectura).
The Burgraviate of Nuremberg (Burggrafschaft Nürnberg) was a state of the Holy Roman Empire from the early 12th to the late 15th centuries.
Burgthann is a municipality in the district Nürnberger Land, in Bavaria, Germany.
The Burgthann–Allersberg railway was a ca.
Burma competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany.
Burmanniales Mart. (Burmanniales Blume, Burmanniales Heintze) was an order of monocotyledons, subsequently discontinued.
Buthus is a genus of scorpion belonging and being eponymous to the family Buthidae.
Buttenheim is a market town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and lies in the Regnitz Valley between Bamberg and Nuremberg, Germany.
The Metallica By Request Tour was a concert tour by American heavy metal band Metallica in support of their single Lords of Summer, which was released on March 19, 2014.
Bydgoszcz displays an abundant variety of architectures, with styles from neo-gothic, neo-baroque and neoclassicism, to Art Nouveau and modernism; hence its nickname of Little Berlin at the start of the 20th century.
Carroll C. Bridgewater, Jr. (July 8, 1944 – July 20, 2014) was a judge of Division II of the Washington Court of Appeals, having been out on the court in November 1994 and holding the post until leaving in 2010 due to a heart attack.
C.A.T. Squad (also titled Stalking Danger) is a 1986 television film starring Joseph Cortese, Jack Youngblood, Steve James, Bradley Whitford, and Barry Corbin.
C/1769 P1 (Messier) is a long-period comet that was visible to the naked eye at its last apparition in 1769.
Cabinets of curiosities (also known in German loanwords as Kunstkabinett, Kunstkammer or Wunderkammer; also Cabinets of Wonder, and wonder-rooms) were encyclopedic collections of objects whose categorical boundaries were, in Renaissance Europe, yet to be defined.
Callum Smith (born 23 April 1990) is a British professional boxer who held the European, British, and WBC Silver super-middleweight titles between 2015 and 2017.
The Campaign of the Main (in German: Mainfeldzug) was a campaign of the Prussian army in the area of the river Main against the allies of Austria in Southern Germany during the Austro-Prussian War of 1866.
The Canadian national men's ice hockey team (popularly known as Team Canada; Équipe Canada) is the ice hockey team representing Canada internationally.
The Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her" ("From Heaven above to Earth I come"), BWV 769, are a set of five variations in canon for organ with two manuals and pedals by Johann Sebastian Bach on the Christmas hymn by Martin Luther of the same name.
A capacitor vehicle or capa vehicle is a traction vehicle that uses supercapacitors (also called ultracapacitors) to store electricity.
Capercaillie is a Scottish folk band that was founded in the 1980s by Donald Shaw and led by Karen Matheson.
The Cappella Colleoni (Italian: "Colleoni Chapel") is a church and mausoleum in Bergamo in northern Italy.
Captain Hollywood Project is a 1990s eurodance music project and live touring act best known for the hits “More and More," "Only with You" and "Flying High." At the peak of its success in the 1990s, the project achieved 10 top-20 hits on European music charts.
Carette is a surname.
Caritas Pirckheimer (born 21 March 1467, Eichstätt - died 19 August 1532, Nuremberg) was Abbess of Saint Clara's convent in Nuremberg at the time of the Reformation, which she opposed due to the threat posed by Martin Luther to Catholic houses of worship and religious buildings, including her own convent.
Carl Alexander Heideloff (2 February 1789 – 28 September 1865), also known as Karl Alexander von Heideloff, was a German architect, and master builder of Nuremberg.
Carl Braun Camera-Werk of Nuremberg, Germany, or Braun, as it was more commonly called, was founded as an optical production house.
Carl Johannes Andreas Adam Dørnberger (23 September 1864 -8 July 1940) was a Norwegian painter.
Carl Friedrich Nägelsbach (28 March 1806 – 21 April 1859, Erlangen), was a German classical philologist.
Carl Friedrich Philipp (Karl Friedrich Philipp) von Martius (April 17th, 1794 – December 13th, 1868) was a German botanist and explorer.
Carl Georg Enslen (20 September 1792 – 17 April 1866) was an Austrian painter.
Carl Gottlieb Guttenberg (also Carl-Gottlieb, Carl Gottfried) (near Nuremberg, 21 August 1743–Paris, 20 May 1790) was a German draughtsman and engraver.
Johann Carl Christoph Wilhelm Joachim Haller von Hallerstein (10 June 1774, Burg Hilpoltstein, Hiltpoltstein, Principality of Bayreuth – 5 November 1817, Ampelakia, Thessaly, Ottoman Greece) was a German architect, archaeologist and art historian.
Carl Herz (21 December 1831 - 8 May 1897) was a German lawyer, and, between 1871 and 1883, Member of Parliament (''Reichstagsabgeordneter'').
Carl Christian Krayl (17 April 1890 – 1 April 1947) was a German architect and artist of the early twentieth century, who was associated with several of the leading avant-garde art movements of German Expressionism.
Carl Leverkus (5 November 1804 – 4 February 1889) was a German chemist and chemistry entrepreneur.
Carl Ludwig Koch (21 September 1778 – 23 August 1857) was a German entomologist and arachnologist.
Carl Marcus Tuscher (1 June 1705 in Nuremberg – 6 January 1751 in Copenhagen) was a German-born Danish polymath: portrait painter, printmaker, architect, and decorator of the Baroque period.
Carl Max Schultheiss (1885 in Nuremberg – 1961 in New York City) was a German graphic designer, active since 1940 in the United States.
Carl Philipp Stamitz ('Karel Stamic'; baptized 8 May 17459 November 1801), who changed his given name from Karl, was a German composer of partial Czech ancestry.
Carl Wayne (born Colin David Tooley; 18 August 1943 - 31 August 2004) was an English singer and actor.
Carl Wilhelm Hahn (lat. Carolus Guilielmus Hahn) (16 December 1786 – 7 November 1835) was a German zoologist and author of the first German monograph on spiders.
Carl Wilhelm Welser von Neunhof (31 December 1663 - 1 February 1711 Nuremberg), was a mayor of Nuremberg.
Carl Wurster (2 December 1900, in Stuttgart – 14 December 1974, in Frankenthal) was a German chemist and Wehrwirtschaftsführer (war economy leader) during the Third Reich.
Carmen Tórtola Valencia (June 18, 1882 – February 13, 1955) was a Spanish early modern dancer, choreographer, costume designer, and painter, who generally performed barefoot.
Carnival (see other spellings and names) is a Western Christian and Greek Orthodox festive season that occurs before the liturgical season of Lent.
Carola Neher (born Karola Neher; 2 November 1900 – 26 June 1942) was a German actress and singer.
Caroline Achaintre (born December 1969) is a mixed media artist living and working in London.
Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach (Wilhelmina Charlotte Caroline; 1 March 1683 – 20 November 1737) was Queen consort of Great Britain as the wife of King George II.
Carrington Tanner Marshall (June 17, 1869 – June 28, 1958) was a lawyer from Zanesville, Ohio, United States who served for twelve years as Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court, and was later a judge at the Nuremberg Trials.
Carsten Jancker (born 28 August 1974 in Grevesmühlen) is a German football coach, currently managing SV Horn, and former professional footballer who played as a striker between 1993 and 2009 for various teams including FC Köln, Rapid Wien, FC Bayern Munich, Udinese Calcio, FC Kaiserslautern, Shanghai Shenhua F.C., and SV Mattersburg, as well as the German national team.
Cartel is a German hip hop album released in 1995 featuring various artists of Turkish descent.
CashPool is a cooperation of a multitude of smaller or virtual German private banks, in which they mutually waive ATM usage fees for their customers.
Caspar Othmayr (12 March 1515 – 4 February 1553) was a German Lutheran pastor and composer.
The Castle Road (Burgenstraße) is a theme route in southern Germany (in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg) and a small portion in the Czech Republic, between Mannheim and Prague.
The following is a list of Catalan exonyms, that is to say, names for countries, regions, cities, towns, rivers, etc.
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.
Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (7 September 1633, Viehdorf — 10 April 1694, Nuremberg) was an Austrian poet of the Baroque era.
The Cathedral of Light or Lichtdom was a main aesthetic feature of the Nazi Party rallies in Nuremberg from 1934 to 1938.
Córdoba, also called Cordoba or Cordova in English, is a city in Andalusia, southern Spain, and the capital of the province of Córdoba.
Richard Strauss composed his Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 6, TrV 115, in 1883 when he was 19 years old.
The cementation process is an obsolete technology for making steel by carburization of iron.
Cengiz Koç (born September 9, 1977 in Gronau, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German heavyweight boxer of Turkish descent who won the bronze medal at the 2000 European amateur championships.
A national census in Germany (Volkszählung) was held every five years from 1875 to 1910.
The Central Army Group (CENTAG) was a NATO military formation comprising four Army Corps from two NATO member nations comprising troops from Canada, Germany and the United States.
Center for Transportation and Logistics Neuer Adler or CNA is a German association for industries active in the transport and logistics sectors.
A central bank, reserve bank, or monetary authority is an institution that manages a state's currency, money supply, and interest rates.
The Lucian Blaga Central University Library of Cluj-Napoca (Biblioteca Centrală Universitară "Lucian Blaga" din Cluj-Napoca) serves Babeş-Bolyai University in Romania.
Cesare Vecellio (c. 1530 – c. 1601) was an Italian engraver and painter of the Renaissance, active in Venice.
Cetinje (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Цетиње), is a city and Old Royal Capital (Montenegrin: Prijestonica / Приjестоница) of Montenegro.
The Chain Bridge (Kettensteg) is a pedestrian chain bridge in Nuremberg, Germany.
The chalumeau (plural chalumeaux) is a single-reed woodwind instrument of the late baroque and early classical eras.
Chamanene was an area in central Turkey during the Roman Empire, that adjoined Galatia to the north and west.
A chariot clock is a type of mantel/table figural clock in the form of a chariot whose dial is set into the wheel or elsewhere, its origins date back to the second half of the 16th century southern Germany.
Charles Brown Sears (October 16, 1870 Brooklyn, Kings County, New York – December 17, 1950 Buffalo, Erie County, New York) was an American lawyer and politician from New York.
Charles "Chuck" Carmin Noble (May 18, 1916 – August 16, 2003) was an American Major General and engineer who worked on the Manhattan Project, led construction in Nuremberg after World War II, developed the early American ICBM program, was the chief Engineer in the Vietnam War, and made the controversial yet successfully decision to open Morganza Spillway in northern Louisiana for the first time to relieve pressure upstream and save New Orleans during the 1973 Mississippi Flood.
Charles Evans (1896-1996), born in Nuremberg, Germany of a German father and Welsh mother, was a character actor and bit player, active in Hollywood from 1944 through 1968, most often seen as doctors, policemen, judges and generals.
Charles F. Wennerstrum (October 11, 1889 – June 1, 1986) was an American lawyer who presided over and sharply criticized some of the Nuremberg war crimes trials after World War II.
Charles Matthias Goethe (March 28, 1875 – July 10, 1966) was an American eugenicist, entrepreneur, land developer, philanthropist, conservationist, founder of the Eugenics Society of Northern California, and a native and lifelong resident of Sacramento, California.
Sir Charles Edmund Isham, 10th Baronet (16 December 1819 – 7 April 1903) was an English landowner and gardener based at Lamport Hall, Northampton.
Charles IV (Karel IV., Karl IV., Carolus IV; 14 May 1316 – 29 November 1378Karl IV. In: (1960): Geschichte in Gestalten (History in figures), vol. 2: F-K. 38, Frankfurt 1963, p. 294), born Wenceslaus, was a King of Bohemia and the first King of Bohemia to also become Holy Roman Emperor.
Charles Lang Freer (February 25, 1854 – September 25, 1919) was an American industrialist, art collector, and patron.
Charles Theodore Pachelbel (baptized Carl Theodorus, also spelled Karl Theodor, on November 24, 1690;Redway, "Charles Theodore Pachelbell, Musical Emigrant", p. 33 buried September 15, 1750) was a German composer, organist and harpsichordist of the late Baroque era.
Charles X Gustav, also Carl Gustav (Karl X Gustav; 8 November 1622 – 13 February 1660), was King of Sweden from 1654 until his death.
"Charlie Brown" (originally titled "Cartoon Heart") is a song by British rock band Coldplay.
Charline von Heyl (born 1960) is a German abstract painter.
A chastity belt is a locking item of clothing designed to prevent sexual intercourse or masturbation.
The Cheb–Oberkotzau railway is a railway line in Bavaria, Germany, and the Czech Republic which was built as a main line.
Checkpoint was the name of the first rapid HIV testing facility in the Netherlands.
Chemnitz Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station in Chemnitz in Germany.
Chester William Nimitz, Sr. (February 24, 1885February 20, 1966) was a fleet admiral of the United States Navy.
Chhunly Pagenburg (born 10 November 1986) is a German footballer of Cambodian descent, who played as a striker.
Child Euthanasia (Kinder-Euthanasie) was the name given to the organised murder of severely mentally and physically handicapped children and young people up to 16 years old during the Nazi era in over 30 so-called special children's wards.
China Airlines (CAL) is the largest airline of Taiwan.
The Chinese Democracy Tour was a worldwide concert tour by hard rock band Guns N' Roses to promote the group's long-delayed album Chinese Democracy.
Chyngyz Aitmatov (Чыңгыз Айтматов, Çıñğız Aytmatov, چىڭعىز ايتماتوۋ; Чинги́з Тореку́лович Айтма́тов, Chingiz Torekulovich Aytmatov) (12 December 1928 – 10 June 2008) was a Soviet and Kyrgyz author who wrote in both Russian and Kyrgyz.
Chivilingo Hydroelectric Plant is a historic hydroelectric power station located south of Lota, Chile.
The Chocolate Starfish Tour was a concert tour by American nu metal band Limp Bizkit, in support of their third studio album, Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water.
Christopher Birchall CM (born 5 May 1984) is a former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.
Chris Newman (born 1958 in London, lives in Berlin) is a contemporary composer, painter, author and performance artist.
Christopher Sanders (born December 1977) is a former American football quarterback in the Arena Football League.
Christ and the Sheep Shed is a polemical woodcut made in 1524 by the Nuremberg artist Barthel Beham, one of the Little Masters.
Christ in the winepress or the mystical winepress is a motif in Christian iconography showing Christ standing in a winepress, where Christ himself becomes the grapes in the press.
Christian Bethune Campbell (born May 12, 1972) is a Canadian-American stage and screen actor, writer, and photographer.
Christian Daniel Rauch (2 January 1777 – 3 December 1857) was a German sculptor.
Christian Enzensberger (24 December 1931 – 27 January 2009) was a German Professor of English studies, author and a translator of English literature into German language.
Christian Friedrich Freyer (25 August 1794, Wassertrüdingen – 11 November 1885 Augsburg) was a German entomologist mainly interested in Lepidoptera.
Christian Friedrich Witt, or Witte (c. 1660 – 13 April 1716) was a German composer, music editor and teacher.
Christian Gottfried Lorsch (11 September 1773 in Nuremberg – 19 February 1830 in Nuremberg) was the first civilian first mayor of Nuremberg after the city's incorporation into the Kingdom of Bavaria, serving from 1818 to 1821.
Christian Haas (born 22 August 1958, in Nürnberg) is a retired West German sprinter who specialized in the 100 metres.
A Christian Hebraist is a scholar of Hebrew who comes from a Christian family background/belief, or is a Jewish adherent of Christianity.
Christian Heinrich of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach (Bayreuth, 29 July 1661 – Weferlingen, 5 April 1708), was a German prince and member of the House of Hohenzollern and nominal Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach.
Christian IV (Christian den Fjerde; 12 April 1577 – 28 February 1648), sometimes colloquially referred to as Christian Firtal in Denmark and Christian Kvart or Quart in Norway, was king of Denmark-Norway and Duke of Holstein and Schleswig from 1588 to 1648.
Christian Vater (11 October 1679 – 25 January 1756) was a German organ and harpsichord builder.
Christian von Mechel (4 April 1737 in Basel; † 11 April 1817 in Berlin) was a Swiss engraver, publisher and art dealer.
Christian Wolff (Naundorf, 1705 – Dahlen, 1773) was a German baroque composer.
Christian Ziege (born 1 February 1972) is a retired German footballer and football manager.
Christina Gerstberger (born 1976) is a German operatic soprano.
The Christkind (German "Christ-child", pronounced) is the traditional Christmas gift-bringer in Austria, Switzerland, Germany (in the south and west), the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy (however only the South Tirol area), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, parts of northeastern France, Upper Silesia in Poland, parts of Hispanic America, in certain areas of southern Brazil and in the Acadiana region of Louisiana.
Christkindlesmarkt is a Christmas market that is held annually in Nuremberg, Germany.
Christkindlmarket is a Christmas market held annually at Daley Plaza in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
A Christmas market, also known as Christkindlmarkt (literally: Baby Jesus Market), Christkindlesmarkt, Christkindlmarket, Christkindlimarkt, and Weihnachtsmarkt, is a street market associated with the celebration of Christmas during the four weeks of Advent.
Christmas Village in Baltimore is an annual holiday market event in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, with vendors in both traditional wooden booths and a festival tent.
Christof Prick (born 1946) is a German orchestra conductor.
Christoph Birkmann (10 January 1703 – 11 March 1771) was a German theologian and minister.
Christoph Dreher (born 1952 in Nuremberg) is a German filmmaker, musician and scriptwriter.
Christoph Gottlieb von Murr (6 August 1733 – 8 April 1811) was a polymathic German scholar, based in Nuremberg.
Christoph Sauer (1695 – September 25, 1758) was the first German-language printer and publisher in North America.
Christoph von Stadion (1478–1543) was Prince-Bishop of Augsburg from 1517 to 1543.
Christoph Weiditz (1498, Strasbourg or Freiburg im Breisgau - 1559, Augsburg) was a German painter, medalist, sculptor and goldsmith.
Johann Christoph Weigel, known as Christoph Weigel the Elder (9 November 1654 – 5 February 1725), was a German engraver, art dealer and publisher.
Christopher George McNaughton (born October 11, 1982) is a German professional basketball player who last played for MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL).
Christopher Street Day (CSD) is an annual European LGBT celebration and demonstration held in various cities across Europe for the rights of LGBT people, and against discrimination and exclusion.
Christopher Wesley (born 23 June 1987) is a German field hockey player.
A list of 12th-century saints.
Church frescos or church wall paintings (Danish: kalkmalerier) are to be found in some 600 churches across Denmark, no doubt representing the highest concentration of surviving church murals anywhere in the world.
The Protestant Church of Peace (Friedenskirche) is situated in the Marly Gardens on the Green Fence (Am Grünen Gitter) in the palace grounds of Sanssouci Park in Potsdam, Germany.
The Protestant Church of the Redeemer (Heilandskirche, S.) is located to the south of the village of Sacrow, which since 1939 has been incorporated to Potsdam, the capital of the German Bundesland of Brandenburg.
A tabernacle is a fixed, locked box in which, in some Christian churches, the Eucharist is "reserved" (stored).
A city is a large human settlement.
City of Heroes is the second studio album by the melodic rock / heavy metal duet project Kiske/Somerville.
The city walls of old city Nürnberg, in modern-day Nuremberg, are the defensive mechanism surrounding the city of Nuremberg, Germany.
Clara the rhinoceros (?1738-14 April 1758) was a female Indian rhinoceros who became famous during 17 years of touring Europe in the mid-18th century.
Clarissine Church may refer to.
The Clarissine Church (Slovak: Kostol Povýšenia svätého Kríža, known as Kostol klarisiek) is a gothic church, part of a complex of medieval buildings forming the former Convent of Poor Clares in the Old Town of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.
A classification yard (American and Canadian English) or marshalling yard (British, Hong Kong, Indian, Australian and Canadian English) is a railway yard found at some freight train stations, used to separate railway cars onto one of several tracks.
Claude Frank (born Claus Johannes Frank; December 24, 1925 – December 27, 2014) was a German-born American pianist.
General Claude-Étienne Michel (3 October 1772 – 18 June 1815), an officer in Napoleon's army, was second in command of the Chasseur Division of the Guard and commander of its Brigade of Middle Guard.
Claudia Böse was born in Nueremberg, Germany in 1963.
Claudia Hellmann (25 November 192324 May 2017), (Rosenheim), 27 May 2017.
Claus Berg (ca. 1470 – ca. 1532) was a German sculptor and painter who is remembered for his workshop in Odense and his decorative work in Danish churches, especially altarpieces and crucifixes.
A clay court is one of many different types of tennis court.
Clemens Fritz (born 7 December 1980) is a German retired footballer who played as a right-back and as a defensive midfielder.
Clemens Heinrich Krauss (31 March 189316 May 1954) was an Austrian conductor and opera impresario, particularly associated with the music of Richard Strauss.
CLJ Records is a German independent record label formed in 2006 specializing in Japanese visual kei style rock and metal bands.
A clock is an instrument to measure, keep, and indicate time.
The close helmet, also called the close helm was a military helmet worn by knights and other men-at-arms in the Late Medieval and Renaissance eras.
The state of Prussia developed from the State of the Teutonic Order.
Over its long history, the Holy Roman Empire used many different heraldic forms, representing its numerous internal divisions.
Coburg is a town located on the Itz river in the Upper Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany.
The Codex Aureus of Echternach (Codex aureus Epternacensis) is an illuminated Gospel Book, created in the approximate period 1030–1050, with a re-used front cover from around the 980s.
Codex Ebnerianus, Minuscule 105 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), δ 257 (Soden), is a Greek language illuminated manuscript of the New Testament, though missing the Book of Revelation.
Colditz is a British television series co-produced by the BBC and Universal Studios and screened between 1972 and 1974.
Colmberg is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.
The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium; Italian: Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo), is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy.
Colours In The Road World Tour is the tour by Tarja Turunen to promote the new studio album.
A columbine cup (German: Ackleibecher) is a silver goblet in the shape of a columbine flower (Aquilegia vulgaris).
The Combined Bomber Offensive (CBO) was an Anglo-American offensive of strategic bombing during World War II in Europe.
The Come Around Sundown World Tour was the second concert tour by American rock band Kings of Leon.
The comet of 1472 was visible from Christmas Day 1471 to 1 March 1472 (Julian Calendar), for a total of 59 days.
Commuter rail, also called suburban rail, is a passenger rail transport service that primarily operates between a city centre and middle to outer suburbs beyond 15 km (10 miles) and commuter towns or other locations that draw large numbers of commuters—people who travel on a daily basis.
Intel Comneon GmbH is a supplier of software and hardware products for mobile communications.
The companions of Saint Nicholas are a group of closely related figures who accompany Saint Nicholas throughout the territories formerly in the Holy Roman Empire.
Concrete and Gold Tour is the ninth and current concert tour by American rock band Foo Fighters, in support of their ninth studio album Concrete and Gold.
Conrad Celtes (Konrad Celtes; Conradus Celtis (Protucius); 1 February 1459 – 4 February 1508) was a German Renaissance humanist scholar and Neo-Latin poet.
Conrad Gessner (Conradus Gesnerus; Conrad Geßner or Cůnrat Geßner; 26 March 1516 – 13 December 1565) was a Swiss physician, naturalist, bibliographer, and philologist.
Conrad I of Nuremberg (1186 – 1261) was a Burgrave of Nuremberg of the House of Hohenzollern.
Conrad of Dhaun (1434) was a German nobleman.
Conrad III (1093 – 15 February 1152) was the first King of Germany of the Hohenstaufen dynasty.
Conrad of Wittelsbach (ca. 1120/1125 – 25 October 1200) was the Archbishop of Mainz (as Conrad I) and Archchancellor of Germany from 20 June 1161 to 1165 and again from 1183 to his death.
Conrad Paumann (c. 1410January 24, 1473) was a German organist, lutenist and composer of the early Renaissance.
Consorsbank is a brand of BNP Paribas S.A. Niederlassung Deutschland with its seat in Nürnberg.
Constantin Christian Dedekind (2 April 1628 – 1715) was a German poet, dramatist, librettist, composer and bass singer of the Baroque era.
Carl Christian Constantin Hansen (Constantin Hansen) (3 November 1804 – 29 March 1880) was one of the painters associated with the Golden Age of Danish Painting.
Contact Air Flugdienst was a German regional airline from Filderstadt.
The Continental Safari Tour was a worldwide concert tour by rock band ZZ Top.
Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity
The Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity was adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by United Nations General Assembly resolution 2391 (XXIII) of 26 November 1968.
The Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe is a jurisdiction of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America which includes all its congregations in continental Europe.
Corey Alexander Belser (born November 22, 1982) is a former American professional basketball player, who is currently working as an assistant coach for the Reno Bighorns of the NBA G League.
Corgi Toys (trademark) is the name of a range of die-cast toy vehicles produced by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. in the United Kingdom.
Cornelis Bos or Bossche (c. 1506/10 — before 7 May 1555) was a Flemish engraver, printseller and book publisher, known for his accurate engravings of Italian works.
Cornelis Snellinck at the Netherlands Institute for Art History (Antwerp or Rotterdam, c. 1605 – Rotterdam, probably in 1669) was a Dutch landscape painter of Flemish descent.
Cornelius Heinrich Dretzel (18 September 1697 (bapt.) – 7 May 1775) was a German organist and composer.
The cornettino (plural cornettini) was the descant instrument of the cornetto family.
The Council of Trent (Concilium Tridentinum), held between 1545 and 1563 in Trent (or Trento, in northern Italy), was an ecumenical council of the Catholic Church.
Count Johann Bernhard von Rechberg und Rothenlöwen (Johann Bernhard Graf von Rechberg und Rothenlöwen) (17 July 1806 – 26 February 1899) was an Austrian statesman.
The House of Castell is a German noble family of mediatised counts of the old Holy Roman Empire.
Google Street View was first introduced in the United States on May 25, 2007, and until November 26, 2008, featured camera icon markers, each representing at least one major city or area (such as a park), and usually the other nearby cities, towns, suburbs, and parks.
Crailsheim station is a junction station in the German state of Baden-Württemberg where four railway lines converge.
The Crailsheim–Heilbronn railway (also called the Hohenlohebahn—"Hohenlohe Railway"—and called the Kocher Railway in the time of the Royal Württemberg State Railways) is a double-tracked, main line railway in southwest Germany that runs from Heilbronn, crossing the Hohenlohe region.
A Crampton locomotive is a type of steam locomotive designed by Thomas Russell Crampton and built by various firms from 1846.
A crayon (or wax pastel) is a stick of colored wax, charcoal, chalk or other material used for writing or drawing.
Creidlitz is a southern quarter of the Bavarian city of Coburg.
Cristoforo Coriolano (born 1540) was a German engraver of the Renaissance.
Criticism of Holocaust denial is directed against people who claim that the genocide of Jews during World War II in the HolocaustDonald L Niewyk, The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust, Columbia University Press, 2000, p.45: "The Holocaust is commonly defined as the murder of more than 5,000,000 Jews by the Germans in World War II." Estimates by scholars range from 5.1 million to 7.8 million.
Croatia participated in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Croatia national football team have appeared in the finals of the FIFA World Cup on five occasions (in 1998, 2002, 2006, 2014 and 2018) since gaining independence in 1991.
The Croatia national football team (Hrvatska nogometna reprezentacija) represents Croatia in international football.
This is a list of the games played by the Croatia national football team since Croatia gained independence from Yugoslavia in 1990.
Croats in Germany (Kroaten in Deutschland; Hrvati u Njemačkoj) refers to persons living in Germany who have total or partial Croatian ancestry.
The Crush Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American rock band Bon Jovi, supporting their multi-platinum album Crush.
Crypto-Calvinism is a pejorative term describing a segment of German members of the Lutheran Church accused of secretly subscribing to Calvinist doctrine of the Eucharist in the decades immediately after the death of Martin Luther in 1546.
Crystal Empire is the second full-length album by the German power metal band Freedom Call.
Csaba Kesjár (9 February 1962, Budapest – 24 June 1988 at Norisring, Nuremberg) was a Hungarian racing driver.
The culture of medieval Poland was closely linked to the Catholic Church and its involvement in the country's affairs, especially during the first centuries of the Polish state's history.
Curt Goetz (17 November 1888 – 12 September 1960), born Kurt Walter Götz, was a Swiss German writer, actor and film director.
Curtis Grover Shake (July 14, 1887 – September 11, 1978), a noted Indiana jurist and politician, author, and a member of the Indiana Senate, is best known for his service as the 72nd Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court from January 4, 1938, to January 7,1945, and as the presiding civilian judge over the IG Farben trial, one of the Nurember trials the United States convened at Nuremberg, Germany, in 1947–48, following World War II.
The Curtius Baronetcy of Sweden was a title in the Baronetage of England, created on 2 April 1652 for William Curtius, "Resident to the King of Sweden".
Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi (رافد أحمد علوان الجنابي,; born 1968), known by the Defense Intelligence Agency cryptonym "Curveball", is a German citizen who defected from Iraq in 1999, claiming that he had worked as a chemical engineer at a plant that manufactured mobile biological weapon laboratories as part of an Iraqi weapons of mass destruction program.
Cvitan Galić (29 November 1909 – 6 April 1944) was a Croatian World War II fighter ace.
Cyprián Karásek Lvovický (of Lvovice) (Czech: Cyprián Karásek Lvovický ze Lvovic, German: Cyprian von Leowitz, Latin: Cyprianus Leovitius) (July 8, 1514? in Hradec Králové – 1574 in Lauingen) was a Bohemian astronomer, mathematician and astrologer.
Cyril Joe Barton, VC (5 June 1921 – 31 March 1944) was a Second World War bomber pilot in the Royal Air Force who received the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth Armed Forces.
Częstochowa,, is a city in southern Poland on the Warta River with 240,027 inhabitants as of June 2009.
The Czech Republic men's national squash team represents Czech Republic in international squash team competitions, and is governed by Czech Squash Association.
D5 motorway (Dálnice D5) is a highway in the Czech Republic.
The Dachau trials were held for all war criminals caught in the United States zones in occupied Germany and Austria, as well as for those individuals accused of committing war crimes against American citizens and its military personnel.
Dachsbach is a so-called "Marktgemeinde" (i.e. a little town having the right to have a market within its borders), a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in northern Bavaria in Germany.
Daniel Hans Erwin Zimmermann (born 30 October 1966 in Nürnberg, Germany) is a retired heavy metal drummer.
The Dancing Undercover World Party was a concert tour by American glam metal band Ratt in support of their latest release Dancing Undercover.
The Dangerous World Tour was the second world concert tour by American recording artist Michael Jackson.
Daniel "Dani" Karavan (דני קרוון, born 1930) is an Israeli sculptor best known for site specific memorials and monuments which merge into the environment.
Jonkheer Daniël de Blocq van Scheltinga (Velp, 23 November 1903 – Düsseldorf, 26 June 1962) was a Dutch Nazi politician.
Daniel Eberlin (4 December 1647 – c. 1715) was a German Baroque composer and Kapellmeister.
Daniel Fridman (born February 15, 1976 in Riga) is a German chess grandmaster from Latvia.
Daniel Hopfer (circa 1470 in Kaufbeuren – 1536 in Augsburg) was a German artist who is widely believed to have been the first to use etching in printmaking, at the end of the fifteenth century.
Daniel Rogers (1538?–1591) was an Anglo-Flemish diplomat and politician, known as a well-connected humanist poet and historian.
Daniel Schwenter (Schwender) (31 January 1585 – 19 January 1636) was a German Orientalist, mathematician, inventor, poet, and librarian.
Daniel Wagner (born 11 February 1987) is a German footballer who plays for TSV Plattenhardt.
Daniela Götz (born 23 December 1987) is a German swimmer.
Daniela Georgieva (Даниела Георгиева, née Spasova - Спасова; born 1969) is a retired Bulgarian sprinter.
Danish Crown Regalia are the symbols of the Danish monarchy.
Dario Šimić (born 12 November 1975) is a retired Croatian football player.
Darius Maciulevičius (born 6 November 1973) is a former Lithuanian footballer, who last played for Atlantis FC in the Finnish second tier Ykkönen.
Dark Passion Play World Tour was the fourth world tour by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, taking place from 2007 to 2009 in support of their sixth studio album, Dark Passion Play, released by Nuclear Blast on September 26, 2007; it was the first tour with former frontwoman Anette Olzon, who joined the band in 2006, after Tarja Turunen's dismissal on October 21, 2005.
Dart Group PLC is a holding company based in West Yorkshire, England, for an airline company historically linked with the Channel Islands and a distribution company based in Lincolnshire.
(The Raft of the Medusa) is an oratorio by the German composer Hans Werner Henze.
Das Lied vom Hürnen Seyfrid (the song of horn-skinned Siegfried), or Hürnen Seyfrid for short, is an anonymous Early New High German heroic ballad.
DATEV is a registered cooperative society (i.e. "eG") that is primarily a technical information services provider for tax, accountant and attorneys.
Dauer Sportwagen GmbH was a German automotive company founded by former racing driver Jochen Dauer in Nuremberg.
David John Hill (born 4 April 1946) is an English musician, who is the lead guitarist and backing vocalist in the English band Slade.
David Bailly (1584–1657) was a Dutch Golden Age painter.
David Beringer (1756 – 1821) was a German scientific instrument maker and craftsman from Dieppe.
David Deron Haye (born 13 October 1980) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 2002 to 2018.
David Kross, or David Kroß, (born 4 July 1990) is a German actor.
David Lorenz (*March 21, 1856 in Ogrosen, a part of Vetschau, Brandenburg - April 5, 1907 in Ogrosen) was a German painter.
The Day & Age World Tour was the third concert tour by the Las Vegas-based band The Killers, in support of their third studio album Day & Age.
Dürer's Rhinoceros is the name commonly given to a woodcut executed by German painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer in 1515.
Dürrenberg (656.4 m above sea level) is a mountain of Bavaria.
The Düsseldorf Panther are an American football team from Düsseldorf, Germany.
The Děčín–Dresden railway, also called the Elbe Valley Railway (German: Elbtalbahn) is an electrified main line in Saxony and the Czech Republic.
The DB Class 101 is a class of three-phase electric locomotives built by Adtranz and operated by DB Fernverkehr in Germany.
The Class 151 is an electric heavy freight locomotive built for German Federal Railways between 1972 and 1978.
The DB Class 218 (before 1968 the DB Class V 164) are a class of 4-axle, diesel-hydraulic locomotives acquired by the Deutsche Bundesbahn for use on main and secondary lines for both passenger and freight trains. The class represents the final major revision of the DB V 160 family of locomotives; having the preferred features of the antecedent locomotives, including a hydrodynamic brake, and a single engine providing electrical train heating via a generator as well as tractive power. The class were also the most numerous of the family, providing the backbone of the Deutsche Bundesbahn's main-line diesel locomotive traction from the 1970s up to the reunification of Germany. Despite being displaced from many workings by DMUs, electrification, and inherited DR Class 130s, as of 2009 a significant number of the class still remain active throughout Germany.
The Baureihe 420 is a light-weight commuter electric multiple unit developed for the S-Bahn networks in Germany and was originally commissioned by the Deutsche Bundesbahn for the Munich S-Bahn, Stuttgart S-Bahn and Frankfurt S-Bahn networks.
The DB Class 614s are German diesel multiple units operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn, comprising two Class 614 driving units and up to two Class 914 centre cars.
The DB Class V 162 (after 1968 named DB Class 217) is a class of four-axle diesel hydraulic locomotive built as a development of the DB Class V 160 for the Deutsche Bundesbahn from 1965 to 1968.
DB Class V 200.0 (from 1968: Class 220) was the first series production diesel-hydraulic express locomotive of the German Deutsche Bundesbahn and - as Am 4/4 - of the SBB-CFF-FFS in Switzerland.
The Class V 80 is a type of German diesel-hydraulic locomotive operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn, that was redesignated as Class 280 from 1968.
The DB Class V90 (after 1968 the DB Class 290) locomotive is a German diesel-hydraulic locomotive for shunting and freight hauling.
DB Regio Oberfranken is a business area with the German national railway company, Deutsche Bahn, with its headquarters in Hof (Saale).
De Alchemia is an early collection of alchemical writings first published by Johannes Petreius in Nuremberg in 1541.
Stadion Feijenoord, more commonly known by its nickname De Kuip (the Tub), is a stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, that was completed in 1937.
De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres) is the seminal work on the heliocentric theory of the Renaissance astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus (1473–1543).
Dead & Breakfast is a 2004 musical horror/comedy film directed by Matthew Leutwyler starring Ever Carradine, Gina Philips, Erik Palladino, Bianca Lawson, Jeremy Sisto and Oz Perkins.
The Dead Silence Tour is a concert tour by punk rock band Billy Talent, taking place in 2012, in support of their fourth full-length studio album Dead Silence.
The Deaflympics (previously called World Games for the Deaf, and International Games for the Deaf) are an International Olympic Committee (IOC)-sanctioned event at which deaf athletes compete at an elite level.
Deanna Sirlin (born March 7, 1958) is an American contemporary artist best known for her large-scale digital transparent installations.
Decades: World Tour (also referred to as Decades: World Tour 2018) is the seventh world tour by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, in support of their seventh compilation album, Decades.
The following events occurred in December 1947.
Decision Before Dawn is a 1951 American war film directed by Anatole Litvak, starring Richard Basehart, Oskar Werner, and Hans Christian Blech.
A defensive wall is a fortification usually used to protect a city, town or other settlement from potential aggressors.
Delivery is a 2005 animated short film by German digital and visual artist, graphic designer and filmmaker Till Nowak, created as his thesis film project.
The demography of Germany is monitored by the Statistisches Bundesamt (Federal Statistical Office of Germany).
Deniz Aytekin (born 21 July 1978) is a German football referee of Turkish descent who is based in Oberasbach.
The Denmark men's national squash team represents Denmark in international squash team competitions, and is governed by Danish Squash Federation.
Der Beck GmbH is a bakery chain founded in 1895.
Der Heiligen Leben ('The Lives of Saints'), also known as Passional, was a German legendary, compiled by a Dominican friar from Nürnberg around 1400.
Der Marsch zum Führer (The March to the Führer) is a Nazi propaganda film released in 1940.
Der Nürnberger Parteitag der NSDAP (The Nuremberg Convention of the NSDAP) is a 1929 propaganda film about the 4th party convention of the Nazi Party.
The composition of the operatic tetralogy The Ring of the Nibelung occupied Richard Wagner for more than a quarter of a century.
Der Stürmer (lit. "The Stormer/Attacker/Striker") was a weekly German tabloid-format newspaper published by Julius Streicher, the Gauleiter of Franconia, from 1923 to the end of World War II, with brief suspensions in publication due to legal difficulties.
Dergahspor Nuremberg is a German football club based in Nuremberg.
Derik or Derick Baegert (ca. 1440 - after 1515) was a German late Gothic painter.
The Deserve the Future Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures.
Peter Lenz (1832–1928), afterwards Desiderius Lenz, was a German artist who became a Benedictine monk and together with Gabriel Wüger was a founder of the Beuron Art School.
Design management is a business discipline that uses project management, design, strategy, and supply chain techniques to control a creative process, support a culture of creativity, and build a structure and organization for design.
The Destination Anywhere Tour was Jon Bon Jovi's first ever solo tour.
Destiny (Kader) is a 2006 Turkish drama film, produced, written and directed by Zeki Demirkubuz, starring Vildan Atasever as a bar singer who is in love with a somewhat unstable criminal.
Deutsche Bahn AG (abbreviated as DB, DB AG or DBAG) is a German railway company.
The Deutsche Eishockey Liga (English: German Ice Hockey League) or DEL, is a German professional ice hockey league that was founded in 1994.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chronometrie (DGC), (German Society for Timekeeping) today is an organization of scholars, collectors and enthusiasts in Germany interested in the science, art and history of horology.
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.
The Deutsche Mark ("German mark"), abbreviated "DM" or, was the official currency of West Germany from 1948 until 1990 and later the unified Germany from 1990 until 2002.
The Deutsches Stadion ("German Stadium") was a monumental stadium designed by Albert Speer for the Nazi party rally grounds in Nuremberg, southern Germany.
The Deutsche Theatrum Chemicum is a collection of alchemical texts, predominantly in German translation, which was published in Nuremberg in three volumes (1728, 1730, 1732) by Friedrich Roth-Scholtz (1687–1736), the publisher, printer and bibliographer.
Deutschland sucht den Superstar (season 9) was the ninth season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar.
Deutschland Tournee 1976 is a 6-CD box-set released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 2006, featuring live material from 3 concerts of the band's German tour of 1976, being Cologne on 25 September 1976, Düsseldorf on 27 September 1976, and Nurnberg on 28 September 1976.
Deva Premal (born 2 April 1970 in Nürnberg, Germany) is a musician known for her meditative spiritual new-age music, which puts ancient Buddhist and Sanskrit mantras—as well as chants in other languages—into atmospheric contemporary settings.
The Devotional Tour was a 1993 concert tour by English electronic band Depeche Mode in support of the group's eighth studio album, Songs of Faith and Devotion, which was released in March 1993.
The DFB-Bundestag (National Conference) is the highest body of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball-Bund, DFB).
A diamond cut is a style or design guide used when shaping a diamond for polishing such as the brilliant cut.
Diamond cutting is the practice of changing a diamond from a rough stone into a faceted gem.
("The Master-Singers of Nuremberg") is a music drama (or opera) in three acts, written and composed by Richard Wagner.
Die Rhöner Säuwäntzt are a Skiffle-Bluesband from Eichenzell-Lütter in Hessen, Germany.
Diederich Hinrichsen (born 17 February 1939) is a German mathematician who, together with Hans W. Knobloch, established the field of dynamical systems theory and control theory in Germany.
Diehl Metall is a corporate division of the Diehl Stiftung & Co.
Dielheim is a municipality in the Rhein-Neckar district of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The Diets of Nuremberg, also called the Imperial Diets of Nuremberg, took place at different times between the Middle Ages and the 17th century.
The Diet of Speyer or the Diet of Spires (sometimes referred to as Speyer I) was an Imperial Diet of the Holy Roman Empire in 1526 in the Imperial City of Speyer in present-day Germany.
Diet Sayler (born in 1939 in Timișoara, Romania) is a German painter and sculptor.
Dietenhofen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria, Germany.
Albert Eugen Rollomann (25 October 1909 – 5 August 1982), better known as Dieter Borsche, was a German actor.
Dieter Fensel (born 10 October 1960, in Nuremberg) is a German researcher in the field of formal languages and the semantic web.
Dieter Jung (born October 9, 1941 in Bad Wildungen, Hessia) is a German artist working in the field of holography, painting and installation art.
Dietfurt, now part of the town of Treuchtlingen, is a German village in Middle Franconia, Bavaria.
Höchst Diether of Isenburg (German: Diether von Isenburg; sometimes also anglicized as Theodoric of Isenburg; c. 1412 – 7 May 1482) was Elector and Archbishop of Mainz from 1459 until 1461, and again from 1475 until 1482.
Dietrich Eckart (23 March 1868 – 26 December 1923) was a German journalist, playwright, poet, and politician who was one of the founders of the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (German Workers' Party - DAP), which later evolved into the Nazi Party (NSDAP).
Dietrich Henschel (born 1967) is a German baritone.
The burgstall of Dietrichstein Castle, also called the Diederichstein Ruins (Ruine Diederichstein), is the site of an old, probably high mediaeval, aristocratic, castle, situated high above the valley of the River Trubach in the municipality of Pretzfeld in the Upper Franconian county of Forchheim in Bavaria, Germany.
The Digimortal World Tour was a concert tour headlined by American industrial metal band Fear Factory.
Dillberg transmitter is a transmitting facility of the Bavarian Broadcasting Company (German: Bayerischer Rundfunk) on the 595 metre high Dillberg mountain west of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany.
Dimensions is the fifth full-length album by the German power metal band Freedom Call.
The Dioscoreales are an order of monocotyledonous flowering plants in modern classification systems, such as the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group and the Angiosperm Phylogeny Web.
The Discovery Tour 1984 was a concert tour by the British multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield.
Disguise is a 2008 novel by the Irish writer Hugo Hamilton set in Germany.
The DJK Waldberg is a German association football club from the village of Waldberg, near Sandberg, Bavaria.
Dmitry Chudinov (born 15 September 1986) is a Russian professional boxer.
Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky (p; – December 9, 1941) was a Russian novelist, poet, religious thinker, and literary critic.
Doctors of Infamy: The Story of the Nazi Medical Crimes (1947) is a book by Alexander Mitscherlich and Fred Mielke which begins with a statement on the intention of its publication and includes a documentation of the Doctors' Trial in Nuremberg that was held from 9 December 1946 until 20 August 1947.
The Doctors' trial (officially United States of America v. Karl Brandt, et al.) was the second of 12 trials for war crimes of German doctors that the United States authorities held in their occupation zone in Nuremberg, Germany, after the end of World War II.
The Documentation Center Nazi Party Rallying Grounds (German: Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände) is a museum in Nuremberg.
Dodo Freiherr zu Innhausen und Knyphausen (sometimes Knijphausen or Kniphausen; 2 July 1583 – 11 January 1636) was a German professional soldier who saw extensive service in the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648), rising to the rank of Field Marshal in Swedish service in 1633.
A dollhouse or doll's house is a toy home made in miniature.
The Domagnano Treasure is an important Ostrogothic hoard found at Domagnano, Republic of San Marino in the late nineteenth century.
Dominik Reinhardt (born 19 December 1984 in Leverkusen) is a German football player.
The Don't Call It a Sum-Back Tour is the ninth headlining concert tour by Canadian band, Sum 41.
Aston Donald McEachin (born October 10, 1961) is an American politician and lawyer who is the U.S. Representative from Virginia's 4th district.
Donald B. Prell (born July 7, 1924) is a venture capitalist, author and futurist who created Datamation, the first magazine devoted solely to the computer hardware and software industry.
Donauwörth) is a town and the capital of the Donau-Ries district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is said to have been founded by two fishermen where the rivers Danube (Donau) and Wörnitz meet. The city is part of the scenic route called "Romantische Straße" (Romantic Road) The city is situated between Munich and Nuremberg, 46 km north of Augsburg.
Donauwörth station is a railway station in southern Germany.
Doos may refer to the following places in Germany.
Dora (Doris, Dorothea) Stock (6 March 1760 – 30 March 1832) was a German artist of the 18th and 19th centuries who specialized in portraiture.
Dorfan was an American toy company based in Newark, New Jersey from 1924 to 1934.
Dorothea Flock (or the Flockin) (1608 – 17 May 1630), was a German woman convicted of witchcraft in Bamberg and a victim of the Bamberg witch trials during the reign of Prince-Bishop Johann Georg Fuchs von Dornheim.
Dorothea Maria Graff (1678–1743) was an 18th-century painter from Germany, who lived and worked in Amsterdam, and Saint Petersburg.
Dortmund Airport, is a minor international airport located east of Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia.
Douglas Vincent Mastriano, Ph.D. (born January 2, 1964), is an American military historian and politician.
The DR 130 family of locomotives comprises the DR Class 130 (DBAG Class 230), DR Class 131 (DBAG Class 231), DR Class 132 (DBAG Class 232 as well as Classes 233, 234 and 241 produced through modifications) and DR Class 142 (DBAG Class 242). They were produced in the Soviet Union in Luhansk, Ukraine from the 1970s onwards, and were imported into the GDR. After the reunification of Germany the Deutsche Bahn (DBAG) inherited them and continue to make use of them mainly as heavy freight locomotives. Nicknamed ''Ludmilla'', over 700 units were produced between 1970 and 1982. Two of these machines are classed as works vehicles with the designation Class 754.
The DR Class 243 is a universal electric locomotive of the Deutsche Reichsbahn which is used for general rail service.
Dresden Hauptbahnhof (“main station”, abbreviated Dresden Hbf) is the largest passenger station in the Saxon capital of Dresden.
The Dresden–Werdau railway is an electrified, double-track main line in the German state of Saxony.
The Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft's BR 01 steam locomotives were the first standardised (Einheitsdampflokomotive) steam express passenger locomotives built by the unified German railway system.
The German DRG Class 71.0 was a four-coupled tank locomotive with the Deutsche Reichsbahn, which was intended as a replacement for railbuses.
The DRG Class 86 was a standard (see Einheitsdampflokomotive) goods train tank locomotive with the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft.
The electric locomotives of the class E 19 (class 119 from 1968) were the fastest electric locomotives of the Deutsche Reichsbahn.
The Deutscher Schachbund (DSB) was founded in Leipzig on 18 July, 1877.
Dušan Trifunović (1 March 1880 – 28 February 1942) was a divisional general in the Royal Yugoslav Army who commanded the 7th Army during the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia of April 1941 during World War II.
The Duchy of Brunswick State Railway (Herzoglich Braunschweigische Staatseisenbahn) was the first state railway in Germany.
The Duchy of Prussia (Herzogtum Preußen, Księstwo Pruskie) or Ducal Prussia (Herzogliches Preußen, Prusy Książęce) was a duchy in the region of Prussia established as a result of secularization of the State of the Teutonic Order during the Protestant Reformation in 1525.
Lieutenant Colonel Duncan Maclachlan Carter-Campbell of Possil (8th of Possil) OBE (1911–1990), son of Major-General George Tupper Campbell Carter-Campbell C.B., D.S.O, was a British Army Colonel during the 1950s.
Durant Sihlali (5 March 1935 – 2004) was a South African artist.
Below is list of Dutch language exonyms for places in non-Dutch-speaking areas of Europe.
Dwain Anthony Chambers (born 5 April 1978) is a retired British track sprinter.
dyras is an internationally registered brand for household appliances, consumer electronics and wellness/body care products.
E-Plus was a mobile telecommunications operator in Germany.
Jewish printers were quick to take advantages of the printing press in publishing the Hebrew Bible.
Early Netherlandish painting is the work of artists, sometimes known as the Flemish Primitives, active in the Burgundian and Habsburg Netherlands during the 15th- and 16th-century Northern Renaissance; especially in the flourishing cities of Bruges, Ghent, Mechelen, Louvain, Tournai and Brussels, all in contemporary Belgium.
Early New High German (ENHG) is a term for the period in the history of the German language, generally defined, following Wilhelm Scherer, as the period 1350 to 1650.
The earliest known world maps date to classical antiquity, the oldest examples of the 6th to 5th centuries BCE still based on the flat Earth paradigm.
East Franconian (Ostfränkisch), usually referred to as Franconian (Fränkisch) in German, is a dialect which is spoken in Franconia, the northern part of the federal state of Bavaria and other areas in Germany around Nuremberg, Bamberg, Coburg, Würzburg, Hof, Bayreuth, Meiningen, Bad Mergentheim, and Crailsheim.
An Easter Drama is a liturgical drama or religious theatrical performance in the Roman Catholic tradition, largely limited to the Middle Ages.
The Eastern Front of World War II was a theatre of conflict between the European Axis powers and co-belligerent Finland against the Soviet Union, Poland and other Allies, which encompassed Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Northeast Europe (Baltics), and Southeast Europe (Balkans) from 22 June 1941 to 9 May 1945.
Eberhard Faber GmbH was founded in 1922 in Neumarkt, near Nuremberg, Germany, as a pencil factory.
Eberhard was Archbishop of Salzburg, Austria.
Eberhardshof is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1.
Eberswalde Hauptbahnhof is historically the most important and now the only remaining station in the city of Eberswalde in the German state of Brandenburg.
Ebrach is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and the seat of the Verwaltungsgemeinschaft (municipal association) of Ebrach.
Eckental is a municipality in the district of Erlangen-Höchstadt, in Bavaria, Germany.
Germany before 1800 was heavily rural, with some urban trade centers.
The economy of Germany is a highly developed social market economy.
Edda Göring (born 2 June 1938) is the only child of German politician, military leader, and leading member of the Nazi Party Hermann Göring, by his second marriage to the German actress Emmy Sonnemann.
Edward Abraham Johnson (born March 31, 1984) is an American retired soccer player.
Eddie Rips Up the World Tour was a concert tour by Iron Maiden in 2005 based on bringing back rarities from the first four Iron Maiden albums for the younger audience (Iron Maiden, Killers, The Number of the Beast and Piece of Mind), brought about by the band's 2004 DVD The History of Iron Maiden – Part 1: The Early Days.
In classical scholarship, the editio princeps (plural: editiones principes) of a work is the first printed edition of the work, that previously had existed only in manuscripts, which could be circulated only after being copied by hand.
Edmund Gerber (born 2 August 1988) is a German heavyweight pro boxer.
Edmund Glaise-Horstenau (also known as Edmund Glaise von Horstenau; 27 February 1882 – 20 July 1946) was an Austrian officer in the Austro-Hungarian Army, last Vice-Chancellor of Austria before the 1938 Anschluss, a military historian and archivist, and general in the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War.
Edmund the Martyr (also known as St Edmund or Edmund of East Anglia, died 20 November 869) was king of East Anglia from about 855 until his death.
Eduard Topchjan (Էդուարդ Թոփչյան; born in Yerevan) is an Armenian conductor, the principal conductor and artistic director of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra.
Edward Yarnall Hartshorne, Jr. (name pronounced Heart's horn: 1912 – August 30, 1946 in Germany) was the principal education officer in the American Military Government responsible for the reopening of the German universities in the U.S. occupation zone after World War II.
Edzell Castle is a ruined 16th-century castle, with an early-17th-century walled garden.
Egbert Martin Picker (15 February 1895 – 27 March 1960) was a general in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II who commanded several divisions.
The Ehrenbürg is a double-peaked butte on the edge of the Franconian Jura in Bavaria, Germany.
Eibach may refer to.
Eichenwaldgraben is a small river of Bavaria, Germany.
"Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld" (A Lambkin goes and bears the guilt) is a Lutheran hymn for Passiontide by Paul Gerhardt.
Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld, also known by the title of its earliest extant printed libretto, Die leidende und am Creutz sterbende Liebe Jesu, is a Passion oratorio by Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel, composed in 1720.
Eine Symphonie des Kampfwillens (A Symphony of the Will to Fight) is the first film documentary of a Nuremberg Rally.
eInfochips is a Product Engineering and Software R&D Services firm based in Sunnyvale, California that offers solutions in software, hardware, VLSI and mechanical engineering services.
The Einsatzgruppen trial (officially, The United States of America vs. Otto Ohlendorf, et al.) was the ninth of the twelve trials for war crimes the US authorities held in their occupation zone in Germany in Nuremberg after the end of World War II.
The Eis Valley Railway (Eistalbahn) is a branch line in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, that runs through the Palatine Forest.
Eisenach is a town in Thuringia, Germany with 42,000 inhabitants, located west of Erfurt, southeast of Kassel and northeast of Frankfurt.
The Eitel Brothers refers to a family of four brothers Emil, Karl, Robert and Max Eitel, originating from Stuttgart in Germany, who have operated since 1894 in Chicago as hoteliers and restaurateurs.
Ekaterina Sysoeva (Екатерина Сысоева, born 3 June 1981 in Moscow) is a former professional Russian female tennis player.
The El Loco-Motion Tour was a concert tour by American rock band ZZ Top.
Eleanor Bontecou (February 14, 1891 – March 19, 1976) was an American lawyer, civil rights advocate, law professor and government official.
The Elector Bible is a German language folio-sized, Martin Luther translation of the New and Old Testaments of the Bible that was authorized by Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha and printed by Wolfgang Endter in Nuremberg, Germany from 1641 to 1758.
Elia Levita (13 February 1469 – 28 January 1549), (Hebrew: אליהו בן אשר הלוי אשכנזי) also known as Elijah Levita, Elias Levita, Élie Lévita, Elia Levita Ashkenazi, Eliyahu haBahur ("Elijah the Bachelor") was a Renaissance Hebrew grammarian, scholar and poet.
Elias Hößler (7 July 1663 in Crimmitschau, Saxony – 13 June 1746 in Sulzbach-Rosenberg) was from Saxony originally, active in the Upper Palatinate and Franconia as a pipe organ builder.
Elias Hutter (Gorlitz or Ulm 1553-Nuremberg or Frankfurt, c.1605) was a German Hebraist.
Elisabet Spiegelberg, also called Denner-Spiegelberg, née Denner (Nuremberg 1681 - Hamburg, 1757), was a German actress and theater director.
Elisabeth Heyward was one of the participating interpreters during the Nuremberg Trials (1945–1949) held in the city of Nuremberg, Germany after World War II.
Elisabeth of Hohenzollern (Elżbieta Hohenzollern; 1 May/29 September 1403 – 31 October 1449), was a German princess member of the House of Hohenzollern and by her two marriages Duchess of Brzeg-Legnica and Cieszyn.
Elisabeth of Meissen, Burgravine of Nuremberg (22 November 1329 – 21 April 1375) was the daughter of Frederick II, Margrave of Meissen and Mathilde of Bavaria and a member of the House of Wettin.
Elisabeth of Swabia (renamed Beatrice; March/May 1205 – 5 November 1235), was a German princess member of the House of Hohenstaufen and by marriage Queen consort of Castile and Leon.
Elisabeth, Countess van der Noot, Countess of Assche (July 22, 1899 in Brussels – March 27, 1974) was a Belgian aristocratic lady.
Eliza Pratt Greatorex (December 25, 1819 – February 9, 1897) was an Irish-born American artist who was affiliated with the Hudson River School.
Elizabeth Blackwell (1707 –1758) was a Scottish botanical illustrator and author who was best known as both the artist and engraver for the plates of "A Curious Herbal", published between 1737 and 1739.
Elizabeth of Carinthia (also known as Elizabeth of Tyrol; – 28 October 1312), was a Duchess of Austria from 1282 and Queen of Germany from 1298 until 1308, by marriage to the Habsburg king Albert I.
Leonore (Ella) Sophie Winter Steffens Stewart (1898–1980) was an Australian-British journalist and activist.
Emanuel Lasker (December 24, 1868 – January 11, 1941) was a German chess player, mathematician, and philosopher who was World Chess Champion for 27 years (from 1894 to 1921).
The Emerald Tablet, also known as the Smaragdine Table, or Tabula Smaragdina, is a compact and cryptic piece of the Hermetica reputed to contain the secret of the prima materia and its transmutation.
Emery Molyneux (died June 1598) was an English Elizabethan maker of globes, mathematical instruments and ordnance.
Emeryk August hrabia Hutten-Czapski, coat of arms Leliwa, (born 21 August 1897 in Stankow, near Minsk, Lithuania, died 31 January 1979 in Rome, Italy), Polish Count, politician, military officer, diplomat and Bailiff of the Polish Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
Emicho I, Count of Nassau-Hadamar (also known as Emich, first mentioned in 1289, died on 7 June 1334), was the second son of Count Otto I of Nassau and his wife Agnes (d. 1303), the daughter of Count Emich IV of Leiningen-Landeck.
Emil Haussmann (11 October 1910 – 31 July 1947 in Nuremberg) was a German SS functionary during the Nazi era.
Emil Jannings (born Theodor Friedrich Emil Janenz, 23 July 1884 – 2 January 1950) was a German actor, popular in 1920s film in Hollywood.
Emil Kirdorf (8 April 184713 July 1938) was a German industrialist, one of the first important employers in the Ruhr industrial sectors.
Amalie Emmy NoetherEmmy is the Rufname, the second of two official given names, intended for daily use.
Empfangshalle (literally lobby) is the name of a German performing art duo.
The Empress Elisabeth Railway (Kaiserin Elisabeth-Bahn, KEB) was the name of a former railway company during the time of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
Ending on a High Note Tour was a worldwide concert tour by Norway synthpop/rock band A-ha in support of the group's ninth studio album, Foot of the Mountain, which was released in June 2009 as well as the compilation 25 which was released in July 2010.
Endless Forms Most Beautiful World Tour was the sixth world tour by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, in support of their eighth studio album, Endless Forms Most Beautiful.
Engelthal is a municipality near Nürnberg (Nuremberg) in the Frankenalb (Frankish Alb).
The England men's national squash team represents England in international squash team competitions, and is governed by the England Squash & Racketball.
This is a list of the England national football team results from 1960 to 1979 (matches 338–536).
This is a list of the England national football team results from 2000 to the present day (Match 765 onwards).
The England–Germany football rivalry is considered to be mainly an English phenomenon—in the run-up to any competition match between the two teams, many UK newspapers will print articles detailing results of previous encounters, such as those in 1966 and 1990.
An English exonym is a name in the English language for a place (a toponym), or occasionally other terms, which does not follow the local usage (the endonym).
The English Reformation was a series of events in 16th century England by which the Church of England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church.
Enrico Valentini (born 20 February 1989) is a German footballer of Italian descent who currently plays for Bundesliga side 1. FC Nürnberg.
Enrique Zuazua Iriondo is a Distinguished Research Professor and the Director of the Chair of Computational Mathematics of DeustoTech Research Center of the University of Deusto in Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain and Professor of Applied Mathematics at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM).
The Epitaph World Tour was a concert tour by English heavy metal band, Judas Priest, at the time intended to be the band's farewell tour.
Eppelein von Gailingen, correct name Apollonius von Gailingen (born c. 1315 in Illesheim, Middle Franconia; died 15 May 1381 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz) was a famous German robber baron in the Middle Ages.
Erasmus Finx (November 16, 1627 – December 20, 1694), aka Erasmus Francisci, was a German Polymath, author and writer of Christian hymns.
Erasmus Oswald Schreckenfuchs (1511–1579) was an Austrian humanist, astronomer and Hebraist.
Erba-Odescalchi, or Odescalchi, is the name of an Italian noble family of princely rank.
The Erdapfel (lit. earth apple.) is a terrestrial globe produced by Martin Behaim from 1490-1492.
Erfurt is the capital and largest city in the state of Thuringia, central Germany.
Erhard Etzlaub (born ca. 1455-1465 in Erfurt; died 1532 in Nuremberg), was an astronomer, geodesist, cartographer, instrument maker and physician.
Erhard Schön (1491–1542) was a German woodcut designer and painter.
Eric Peter Brewer (born April 17, 1979) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman who played sixteen seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), last suiting up for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Captain Eric Melrose "Winkle" Brown, CBE, DSC, AFC, Hon FRAeS, RN (21 January 1919 – 21 February 2016) was a British Royal Navy officer and test pilot who flew 487 types of aircraft, more than anyone else in history.
Eric Nkansah Appiah (born December 12, 1974) is a Ghanaian athlete specializing in the 100 metres.
Erich Apel (3 October 1917 – 3 December 1965) worked during World War Two as a rocket engineer at the Peenemünde Army Research Center in Nazi Germany.
Erich Emminger (25 June 1880 – 30 August 1951) was a German lawyer and Catholic politician of the Center Party (Zentrum) and later of the Bavarian People's Party (BVP).
Erich Mendelsohn (21 March 1887 – 15 September 1953) was a Jewish German architect, known for his expressionist architecture in the 1920s, as well as for developing a dynamic functionalism in his projects for department stores and cinemas.
Erich Johann Albert Raeder (24 April 1876 – 6 November 1960) was a German grand admiral who played a major role in the naval history of World War II.
Erich Riedl (born 23 June 1933, Cheb, Czechoslovakia) is a German politician, representing the Christian Social Union in Bavaria (CSU).
Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski (1 March 1899 – 8 March 1972) was a high-ranking SS commander of Nazi Germany.
Erich von Manstein (24 November 1887 – 9 June 1973) was a German commander of the Wehrmacht, Nazi Germany's armed forces during the Second World War.
Erich Willi Kopischke (born 20 October 1956) has been a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since 2007.
Erik Niedling (born 1973 in Erfurt, Thuringia) is a German artist.
Erlangen (East Franconian: Erlang) is a Middle Franconian city in Bavaria, Germany.
Erlangen-Höchstadt is a ''Landkreis'' (district) in Bavaria, Germany.
Erlensee is a municipality in the Main-Kinzig district, in Hesse, Germany.
Ernest Gordon Rupp, FBA (7 January 1910 in London – 19 December 1986 in Cambridge, England).
Ernest Nister (1841–1906) was a publisher and printer of movable books for children and paper ephemera such as greeting cards, post cards, and calendars.
Ernst Aufseeser (1880 – 1940) was a German painter, illustrator and graphic designer.
Ernst Barlach (2 January 1870 in Wedel – 24 October 1938 in Rostock) was a German expressionist sculptor, printmaker and writer.
Ernst Heubach was a company in Köppelsdorf, Thuringen that manufactured porcelain headed (bisque) dolls from 1885 onwards.
Ernst Hiemer (5 July 1900 – 29 July 1974) was a German writer, who worked closely with Julius Streicher, the founder of the anti-Semitic newspaper Der Stürmer.
Ernst Kaltenbrunner (4 October 190316 October 1946) was an Austrian-born senior official of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Ernst Kraus (June 8, 1863 – September 5, 1941) was a German dramatic tenor who made his mark in the operas of Richard Wagner.
Ernst Neufert (15 March 1900 – 23 February 1986) was a German architect who is known as an assistant of Walter Gropius, as a teacher and member of various standardization organizations, and especially for his essential handbook Architects' data.
Ernst Plank was a German manufacturing company.
Ernst Wilhelm Schneppenhorst (born 19 April 1881 – 24 April 1945) was a Bavarian politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD).
Ernst Soner (Nuremberg, December 1572 – Altdorf bei Nürnberg, 28 September 1612) was a German doctor and herbalist.
Ernst Freiherr Stromer von Reichenbach (12 June 1871 – 18 December 1952) was a German paleontologist.
Ernst Heinrich Freiherr von Weizsäcker (25 May 1882 – 4 August 1951) was a German naval officer, diplomat and politician.
Ernst Weber Drohl (1879-?) was a professional wrestler, strongman performer, and German Abwehr agent during World War 2.
Ernst-Georg Drünkler (8 July 1920 – 12 March 1997) was a Luftwaffe night fighter ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross during World War II.
Ernst-Heinrich Schmauser (18 January 1890 – 10 February 1945) was a commander in the SS of Nazi Germany who was the Higher SS and Police Leader in Breslau during World War II.
Ernst-Wilhelm Modrow (5 May 1908 – 10 September 1990) was a German night fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe of Nazi Germany.
Erster Theil etlicher Choräle (commonly known as Acht Choräle zum Präambulieren, PWC 45–52, T. 1–8, PC 1–8) is a collection of liturgical organ music by Johann Pachelbel, published during his lifetime.
Erwin Wohlfahrt (January 13, 1932 – November 28, 1968) was a German operatic tenor, best known for the non-heroic roles for tenor in Wagner operas, such as Mime the dwarf and David the shoemaker's apprentice.
"italic" ("The mouth of fools doth God confess") is a Lutheran hymn of 1524, with words written by Martin Luther in 1523, paraphrasing Psalm 14.
Esbjerg is a seaport town and seat of Esbjerg Municipality on the west coast of the Jutland peninsula in southwest Denmark.
Esbjerg Water Tower is an iconic water tower in Esbjerg in southwest Jutland, Denmark.
Escape from the Studio '06 was a 2006 concert tour by American heavy metal band Metallica.
The Escape from the Studio Tour was a 2009 concert tour by metal band Korn.
The Eschede derailment occurred on 3 June 1998, near the village of Eschede in the Celle district of Lower Saxony, Germany, when a high-speed train derailed and crashed into a road bridge.
An Esperanto club (Esperanto-klubo) is a club of Esperanto speakers, or Esperantists.
Esso Motor Hotel was a Swedish subsidiary of the American oil company Esso, for running hotels in Europe.
Esteban Matías Cambiasso Deleau (born 18 August 1980), nicknamed "Cuchu", is a retired Argentine footballer who played as a midfielder.
The ESV Nürnberg-West is a defunct German association football club from the city of Nuremberg (German: Nürnberg), Bavaria.
Eternity is the third full-length album by the German power metal band Freedom Call.
Eugène Bourdon (18081884) was a French watchmaker and engineer.
Eugen Munder (October 9, 1899 – † 1952) was an early member of the Nazi Party and Gauleiter of Württemberg.
Eugeniusz Molski (born in 1942 in Bagienice, Masovian Voivodeship) is a contemporary Polish artist, painter and sculptor.
Eurofurence is a furry convention held in changing places in Europe every year (in Berlin, Germany since 2014 and will remain there for the time being).
The European Adventure Tour 1981 was a concert tour by the British multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield.
The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) is a European non-profit organisation which promotes collaboration between non-profit scientific and technical societies in the field of chemistry.
The European Beer Star is a beer competition, held in 2013 for the tenth time.
The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union (EU) for a period of one calendar year during which it organises a series of cultural events with a strong pan-European dimension.
European Commercial Internet Exchange (ECIX) is a brand name of PEERING GmbH.
ERS Railways (formerly European Rail Shuttle B.V.) is a fully independent railway company, 100% owned by Freightliner Group Ltd., with five offices in four countries across Europe.
The European route E 45 goes between Norway and Italy, through Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Austria.
European route E 50 is an A-type east–west connection across the European continent.
European route E 51 is a road part of the International E-road network.
European route E 56 is a road part of the International E-road network.
The European Team Championships (ETC) are the international squash competition played between teams representing different nations organised by the European Squash Federation.
The EuroSprinter family of electric locomotives is a modular concept of locomotives for the European market built by Siemens.
Eurowings GmbH is a German low-cost airline headquartered in Düsseldorf and a fully owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.
The Euthanasia trials (Euthanasie-Prozesse) were legal proceedings against the main perpetrators and accomplices involved in the euthanasia killings of the Nazi era in Germany.
Eutzsch is a village and a former municipality in Wittenberg district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Eva Anna Paula Hitler (née Braun; 6 February 1912 – 30 April 1945) was the longtime companion of Adolf Hitler and, for less than 40 hours, his wife.
Eva Buhrich (1915–1976) was a German architect and writer who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s, emigrated to Australia and became a prominent architectural commentator.
The Evanescence Tour was the third worldwide concert tour by American rock band Evanescence.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria (Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Bayern) is a Lutheran member church of the Evangelical Church in Germany in the German state of Bavaria.
Evans Rutto (born 8 April 1978 in Marakwet District) is a Kenyan long-distance runner, who specialises in road running events.
Evelyn Faltis (20 February 1887 – 19 May 1937) was a Bohemian composer.
"Every Teardrop is a Waterfall" is a song by British rock band Coldplay.
The Everything Changes Tour was the second concert tour by British boyband Take That.
The Evil Empire Tour is a concert tour by Rage Against the Machine to support their second studio album Evil Empire.
Ewell Ross McCright (4 December 1917 – 24 April 1990) of Benton, Saline County, Arkansas was a captain in the United States Air Force during World War II who was famous for maintaining secret journals detailing information about fellow prisoners of war while held captive in a German prison camp.
Exasol is an analytic database management software company.
Exciter Tour was a 2001 concert tour by the English electronic band Depeche Mode in support of the group's tenth studio album, Exciter, which was released in May 2001.
Drowning, as a method of execution, is attested very early in recorded human history, for a large variety of cultures, and as the method of execution for many types of offences.
The Exile Tour is the second concert tour by British band Hurts in support of their second album Exile.
Throughout history, prisoners have been frequent participants in scientific, medical and social human subject research.
An exploding cigar is a variety of cigar that explodes shortly after being lit.
In Jewish history, Jews have experienced numerous mass expulsions or ostracism by various local authorities and have sought refuge in other countries.
The Eye to Eye Tour, by German heavy metal band Scorpions, took place in 1999 and supported their album Eye II Eye.
Ezriel Carlebach (also Azriel; born Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach, עזריאל קרליבך, עזריאל קארלעבאך; November 7, 1909 – February 12, 1956) was a leading journalist and editorial writer during the period of Jewish settlement in Palestine and during the early days of the state of Israel.
Faber-Castell is one of the world's largest and oldest manufacturers of pens, pencils, other office supplies (e.g., staplers, slide rules, erasers, rulers)Faber-Castell International.
The factions in the Frankfurt Assembly were the groups or political factions (Fraktionen) that developed among delegates to the Frankfurt Parliament that met from 18 May 1848 to 31 May 1849 in the Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main.
FAI rent-a-jet AG (Flight Ambulance International) is an airline based in Germany.
Falke Nürnberg was a professional basketball club that was based in Nuremberg, Germany.
Falling Into You: Around the World is the seventh world concert tour by Canadian pop singer, Céline Dion.
Fancy pigeons are a type of domestic pigeons, which are domesticated varieties of the wild rock dove (Columba livia).
Fandor was a German toy company that specialized in toy trains, particularly toys styled after American trains.
Farbenspiel Live was a European concert tour by German singer Helene Fischer, in support of her sixth studio album, Farbenspiel.
The Führermuseum (English, Leader's Museum), also referred to as the Linz art gallery, was an unrealized art museum within a cultural complex planned by Adolf Hitler for his hometown, the Austrian city of Linz, near his birthplace of Braunau.
Fürth (East Franconian: Färdd; פיורדא, Fiurda) is a city in northern Bavaria, Germany, in the administrative division (Regierungsbezirk) of Middle Franconia.
Fürth is a ''Landkreis'' (district) in Bavaria, Germany.
The Feast of the Rosary (German: Rosenkranzfest) is a 1506 oil painting by Albrecht Dürer, now in the National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.
The following events occurred in February 1947.
The following events occurred in February 1948.
The Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, BAMF) is a German federal agency in the area of responsibility of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.
Fedor Ivanovich Glushchenko (Фёдор Иванович Глущенко; 15 August 1944 – 16 October 2017) was a Russian conductor and violinist.
A Feldbahn, or Lorenbahn, is the German term for a narrow-gauge field railway, usually not open to the public, which in its simplest form provides for the transportation of agricultural, forestry (Waldbahn) and industrial raw materials such as wood, peat, stone, earth and sand.
Felix Meyer (1 February 1653 – 11 June 1713) was a Swiss painter and engraver.
AGCO Feucht GmbH is a German manufacturer of agricultural equipment based in Feucht, Germany, located just southwest of Nuremberg in Bavaria.
Ferdinand Johann Adam von Pernau, Count of Rosenau (7 November 1660, Steinach am Brenner, Austria – 14 October 1731, Schloss Rosenau, Coburg) was an Austrian ornithologist.
Ferdinand Rothbart (3 October 1823, Roth - 31 January 1899, Munich) was a German draftsman, illustrator and history painter.
The Fernmeldeturm Nürnberg, the tallest structure in Bavaria, is a telecommunication tower in Nuremberg, southern Germany.
Festival Of Colours is a concert like event with music and coloured powder.
Festliches Nürnberg (Festive Nuremberg) is a short 1937 propaganda film chronicling the Nazi Party rallies in Nuremberg, Germany in 1936 and 1937.
Feucht is a municipality southwest of Nuremberg in the Middle Franconia of Bavaria, Germany.
Feuchtwangen is a city in Ansbach district in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in Bavaria, Germany.
Fichtelberg is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.
The Fichtelgebirge Club (Fichtelgebirgsverein or FGV) is a large walking club and local heritage society in Bavaria and recognised conservation group with 20,000 members in 55 local groups.
The FIFA Fan Fests are public viewing events organized by FIFA and the Host Cities during FIFA World Cup.
A file is a tool used to remove fine amounts of material from a workpiece.
Filip Hrgović (born June 4, 1992) is a professional boxer from Croatia, best known for winning European Amateur Boxing Championships in Samokov 2015 and winning the bronze medal at 2016 Summer Olympics.
The Finnish men's national ice hockey team, or Leijonat / Lejonen (The Lions in Finnish and Swedish), as it is called in Finland, is governed by the Finnish Ice Hockey Association.
The Finland men's national squash team represents Finland in international squash team competitions, and is governed by Finnish Squash Association.
A fire engine (also known in some territories as a fire truck or fire appliance) is a vehicle designed primarily for firefighting operations.
A firefighting apparatus describes any vehicle that has been customized for use during firefighting operations.
The First Lutheran hymnal, published in 1524 as Etlich Cristlich lider / Lobgesang und Psalm (Some Christian songs / canticle, and psalm), often also often referred to as the Achtliederbuch (Book with eight songs, literally Eightsongsbook), was the first Lutheran hymnal.
A firzogerin, literally "fore-sayer" or "front-sayer" (Yiddish פירזאָגערן, alternately, vorsangerin, foreleiner, zugerin, or zugerke; Hebrew הרבנית הדרשנית ha-rabbanit ha-darshanit), was a historic role in the synagogue for a learned Jewish woman leading women in prayer from the weibershul (women's gallery or annex of a synagogue) as a precentress, parallel to the main service led by a male chazzan.
Fischbach may refer to Fischbach (surname), or to the following places.
Fischbach is a small river of Bavaria, Germany, south-east of Nuremberg.
Fistball World Championships are an international association fistball competition contested by the senior national teams of the members of the International Fistball Association (IFA) since 1968 for men and 1992 for women.
The Five Miles Out World Tour 1982 was a concert tour by the British multi-instrumentalist Mike Oldfield.
A flat engine is an internal combustion engine with horizontally-opposed cylinders.
The Fleisch Bridge (Fleischbrücke or "Meat Bridge") or Pegnitz Bridge (Pegnitzbrücke) is a late Renaissance bridge in Nuremberg, Germany.
Fleischmann is a German manufacturer of model railway products.
The Flick of the Switch/Monsters of Rock Tour was a concert tour by the Australian rock band AC/DC in support of their released album Flick of the Switch in 1983.
The United States of America vs.
Floß is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany, Europe.
Flocke is a female polar bear who was born in captivity at the Nuremberg Zoo in Nuremberg, Germany on 11 December 2007.
The Meridian 11°15' East was proposed as prime meridian by Arno Peters in the Peters World Map.
Florian Just (born 28 February 1982 in Nürnberg) is a German former competitive pair skater.
Konzentrationslager Flossenbürg was a Nazi German concentration camp built in May 1938 by the Schutzstaffel (SS) Economic-Administrative Main Office at Flossenbürg, in the Upper Palatinate region of Bavaria, Germany, near the border with Czechoslovakia.
Flughafen is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U2, serving Nuremberg Airport.
Flybmi operates the following scheduled destinations from a variety of airports under the IATA code BM and callsign MIDLAND.
FlyEgypt (Arabic: فلاي_ايجيبت|فلاي ايجيبت) is an Egyptian hybrid airline based in Cairo.
FlyErbil is an Kurdistani airline based at Erbil International Airport.
A flying wedge (also called flying V or wedge formation, or simply wedge) is a configuration created from a body moving forward in a triangular formation.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road Tour is a concert tour by British musician Elton John taking place in North America and Europe in promotion of the 40th anniversary re-release of 1973's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road".
The Fondaco dei Tedeschi (Venetian: Fontego dei Tedeschi) is a historic building in Venice, northern Italy, situated on the Grand Canal near the Rialto Bridge.
The foot (feet; abbreviation: ft; symbol: ′, the prime symbol) is a unit of length in the imperial and US customary systems of measurement.
The 1972 Olympic football tournament, held in Munich, Augsburg, Ingolstadt, Nürnberg, Passau, and Regensburg, was played as part of the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Association football has been included in every Summer Olympic Games as a men's competition sport, except 1896 and 1932.
The For Those About to Rock Tour (also known as the Cannon and Bell Tour) was the supporting tour for the album For Those About to Rock We Salute You by the Australian hard rock band AC/DC through 1981 to 1982.
Forchheim is a town in Upper Franconia (Oberfranken) in northern Bavaria, and also the seat of the administrative district of Forchheim.
Forchheim Fortress (Festung Forchheim) was laid out after the occupation of the town of Forchheim during the Second Margrave War (1552) by the Bishopric of Bamberg.
Forchtenberg is a town in the district of Hohenlohekreis, northern Baden-Württemberg.
Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour (also known as the Foreign Affair World Tour) was the fifth concert tour of American singer, Tina Turner.
The Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) is a Central European country and member of the European Union, G4, G8, the G20, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Foreign relations of the Italian Republic are the Italian government's external relations with the outside world.
Forestry is the science and craft of creating, managing, using, conserving, and repairing forests, woodlands, and associated resources to meet desired goals, needs, and values for human and environment benefits.
The Municipal Theatre of Bydgoszcz is a former theatre building which stood in Bydgoszcz, Poland from 1896 to 1946.
A fountain (from the Latin "fons" (genitive "fontis"), a source or spring) is a piece of architecture which pours water into a basin or jets it into the air to supply drinking water and/or for a decorative or dramatic effect.
Frammersbach is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany.
The France men's national squash team represents France in international squash team competitions, and is governed by the French Squash Federation.
Francesco Pianeta (born 8 October 1984) is an Italian professional boxer.
Francesco Pucci (1543 – 5 July 1597) was an Italian philosopher and humanist.
Francis L. Loewenheim (June 27, 1927 – October 17, 1996) was an American historian at Rice University.
Francis Steinmetz (20 September 1914 – 2 January 2006) was an officer in the Royal Netherlands Navy who escaped from Oflag IV-C, Colditz Castle, a German POW camp, during World War II, making a "home run" to safety.
Franconia (Franken, also called Frankenland) is a region in Germany, characterised by its culture and language, and may be roughly associated with the areas in which the East Franconian dialect group, locally referred to as fränkisch, is spoken.
Franconia Brewing Company is a brewery in McKinney, Texas, USA.
The Franconian Circle (Fränkischer Reichskreis) was an Imperial Circle established in 1500 in the centre of the Holy Roman Empire.
Franconian Cuisine is an umbrella term for all dishes with a specific regional identity belonging to the region of Franconia.
The Franconian Forest Railway (German: Frankenwaldbahn), route no.
The Franconian Heights (Frankenhöhe) are a hill ridge, up to, in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg in South Germany.
The Franconian International School (FIS) is an international school based in Erlangen serving the Nuremberg metropolitan area community in Germany.
The Franconian Keuper-Lias Plains or Franconian Keuper-Lias Lands (Fränkische Keuper-Lias-Land) are a major natural region in the South German Scarplands in Upper Franconia and to a lesser extent in the north, in the Thuringian district of Hildburghausen.
The Franconian Lake District lies south-west of Nuremberg in northern Bavaria, Germany.
Franconian (Frankisch; Frankies; Fränkisch; Francique) includes a number of West Germanic languages and dialects possibly derived from the languages and dialects originally spoken by the Franks from their ethnogenesis in the 3rd century AD.
The Franconian Museum Railway (German: Fränkische Museums Eisenbahn) is an association whose purpose is to preserve and promote interest in historic railway vehicles.
Francis Xavier "Frank" Burke (September 29, 1918 – September 6, 1988) was a United States Army officer and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II.
Frank Leder (born September 25, 1974 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a German fashion designer.
Frank Türr (born 16 September 1970 in Nuremberg) is a retired German football forward.
Frankenhalle is a multi-purpose indoor arena located on the site of the Messezentrum Nuremberg in Nuremberg, Germany.
Frankenstraße is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1 and U11 lines.
Frankfurt, officially the City of Frankfurt am Main ("Frankfurt on the Main"), is a metropolis and the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest city in Germany.
The Frankfurt-Höchst station is an important station in the Frankfurt district of Höchst and is the second largest station in the city with twelve tracks.
The Frankfurt kitchen was a milestone in domestic architecture, considered the forerunner of modern fitted kitchens, for it realised for the first time a kitchen built after a unified concept, designed to enable efficient work and to be built at low cost.
The Frankfurter Judengasse (from German: “Jews' Alley”) was the Jewish ghetto of Frankfurt and one of the earliest ghettos in Germany.
Franklin Hamlin Littell (June 20, 1917 – May 23, 2009) was an American Protestant scholar.
Franz Friedrich Böhme (15 April 1885 – 29 May 1947) was an Austrian general in the Wehrmacht during World War II, serving as Commander of the XVIII Mountain Corps, Hitler's Plenipotentiary Commanding General (Bevollmächtigter Kommandierender General) in the Balkans, and commander-in-chief in German-occupied Norway during World War II.
Franz Daniel Kahn (1926–1998) was a mathematician and astrophysicist at the University of Manchester.
Franz Gruber was a German operatic tenor who had an active career in his native country and in Austria during the first half of the 20th century.
Franz Krumm (* 16 October 1909; † 9 March 1943) was a German footballer.
Franz Ludwig Güssefeld (December 6, 1744–June 17, 1807) was a German cartographer.
Franz Murer (24 January 1912 – 5 January 1994), also known as the "Butcher from Vilnius", was an Austrian SS officer, who set up, organized, and ruled Vilna Ghetto.
Franz Theodor Reizenstein (7 June 191115 October 1968) was a German-born British composer and concert pianist.
Franz Ruff (1906 in Straubing – 1979 in Prien am Chiemsee) was a minor architect during the National Socialist regime in Germany, the son of Ludwig Ruff and responsible for completing the Nuremberg Party Congress Hall after his father's death in 1934.
Franz Schmidt (1555 – 1634), also known as Meister Franz, was an executioner in Hof from 1573 to April 1578, and from 1 May 1578 till the end of 1617 executioner of Nuremberg.
Franz Ullrich (1830–1891) was a German industrialist, and co-founder of the "Gebrüder Ullrich" in the Rhineland-Palatinate.
Franz Wilhelm Neger (2 June 1868, Nuremberg – 6 May 1923, Dresden) was a German botanist, mycologist and dendrologist.
Franziska Freifrau von Reitzenstein, née von Nyss, alias "Franz von Nemmersdorf" (September 19, 1834 – June 4, 1896) was a German novelist.
The Frauenkirche ("Church of Our Lady") is a church in Nuremberg, Germany.
Frauke Kreuter is a German sociologist and statistician who works as a professor and Director of the Joint Program in Survey Methodology of the University of Maryland, College Park.
Fred Kohler (born 22 April 1920) is a German-born American inventor, author and lecturer who appears to be the first person to write about the human species becoming a "Societal Organism" (his original terminology) or Super Organism (in the popular modern usage) as a further development in the human evolution of life.
Fred M. Hechinger (July 7, 1920 - November 6, 1995) was a German-born American education editor at The New York Times from 1959 to 1990.
Fritz "Freddie" Brocksieper (born August 24, 1912 in Istanbul, Turkey; died January 17, 1990) was a German jazz-musician, drummer, and bandleader.
Frederic Nausea, born Friedrich Grau about 1496 in Waischenfeld, Germany; † 6 February 1552 in Trient, was the Catholic Bishop of the diocese of Vienna.
Frederic Zelnik (17 May 1885 - 29 November 1950) was one of the most important producers-directors of the German silent cinema.
Frederick Francis II (28 February 1823 – 15 April 1883) was a Prussian officer and Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin from 7 March 1842 until 15 April 1883.
Sir Frederick Geoffrey Lawrence QC (5 April 1902 – 3 February 1967) was a British lawyer, High Court Judge, Chairman of the Bar Council and Chairman of the National Incomes Commission.
Friedrich I of Nuremberg (before 1139 – after 1 October 1200), the first Burgrave of Nuremberg from the House of Hohenzollern.
Frederick (Middle High German: Friderich, Standard German: Friedrich; 21 September 1371 – 20 September 1440) was the last Burgrave of Nuremberg from 1397 to 1427 (as Frederick VI), Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach from 1398, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach from 1420, and Elector of Brandenburg (as Frederick I) from 1415 until his death.
Frederick I, the Belligerent or the Warlike (Friedrich der Streitbare; 11 April 1370 – 4 January 1428), a member of the House of Wettin, ruled as Margrave of Meissen from 1407 and Elector of Saxony (as Frederick I) from 1423 until his death.
Frederick II (1090 – 6 April 1147), called the One-Eyed, was Duke of Swabia from 1105 until his death, the second from the Hohenstaufen dynasty.
Frederick II, the Serious (30 November 1310 in Gotha – 18 November 1349 at the Wartburg), Margrave of Meissen, son of Frederick I, Margrave of Meissen and Elisabeth von Lobdeburg-Arnshaugk.
Frederick III of Nuremberg (1220 – 14 August 1297 in Cadolzburg), Burgrave of Nuremberg from the House of Hohenzollern, was the eldest son of Conrad I of Nuremberg and Adelheid of Frontenhausen.
Frederick V (Friedrich V.; 26 August 1596 – 29 November 1632) was the Elector Palatine of the Rhine in the Holy Roman Empire from 1610 to 1623, and served as King of Bohemia from 1619 to 1620.
Frederick V of Nuremberg (before 3 March 1333 – 21 January 1398) was a Burgrave (Burggraf) of Nuremberg, of the House of Hohenzollern.
Frederik van Valckenborch (1566, in Antwerp – 1623, in Nuremberg) was a Flemish painter and draughtsman known for his imaginary landscapes with figures executed in a late Mannerist style.
Free Corps Denmark (Danish: Frikorps Danmark) was a Danish volunteer free corps created by the Danish Nazi Party (DNSAP) in cooperation with Nazi Germany, to fight the Soviet Union during the Second World War.
In the Holy Roman Empire, the collective term free and imperial cities (Freie und Reichsstädte), briefly worded free imperial city (Freie Reichsstadt, urbs imperialis libera), was used from the fifteenth century to denote a self-ruling city that had a certain amount of autonomy and was represented in the Imperial Diet.
The Imperial City of Nuremberg (Reichsstadt Nürnberg) was a free imperial city — independent city-state — within the Holy Roman Empire.
A free reed aerophone is a musical instrument that produces sound as air flows past a vibrating reed in a frame.
The Free Spirit Tour was a tour by Welsh singer, Bonnie Tyler which followed the release of her 1995 album, Free Spirit.
Freedom Call is a German power metal band formed in 1998.
Freerslev Church (Freerslev Kirke) is located in the Danish Diocese of Roskilde, Faxe Municipality in Region Sjælland on the island of Zealand.
Freimut Stein (June 16, 1924 – September 15, 1986) was a German figure skater.
A number of newspapers were produced by French prisoners in POW camps in Germany during World War I. Argus (1917) lists six such publications: Canard (Nürnberg), l'Écho des Baraques (Zwickau), Exilé (Hammelburg), Intermède (Würzburg), Le Camp de Göttingen (Göttingen) and Les Camps d'Allemagne (published from Göttingen, with news from Cassel camp as well).
Adnan Hamidović (born 31 May 1982), better known by his stage name Frenkie, is a Bosnian rapper from Tuzla.
The Freundeskreis der Wirtschaft, or Circle of Friends of the Economy (which became known as "Freundeskreis Reichsführer SS" or "Freundeskreis Himmler") was a group of German industrialists whose aim was to strengthen the ties between the Nazi Party and business and industry.
Freystadt is a town in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany.
Friedemann Riehle (born May 30, 1959) is a German conductor.
Friedrich Adler (29 April 1878 – ca. 11 July 1942) was a German academic, artist and designer.
Friedrich Beckh (17 January 1908 – 21 June 1942) was 48 victory-Luftwaffe flying ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross.
Friedrich Daniel Bassermann (24 February 1811 in Mannheim – 29 July 1855) was a German liberal politician who is best known for calling for a pan-German Parliament at the Frankfurt Parliament.
Friedrich Flick (born 10 July 1883 in Ernsdorf, Siegerland; died 20 July 1972 in Constance) was a German industrialist and convicted Nazi war criminal.
Friedrich Freiherr Kress von Kressenstein (24 April 1870 – 16 October 1948) was a German general from Nuremberg.
Friedrich Julius Hammer (June 7, 1810 – August 23, 1862) was a German poet born in Dresden.
Friedrich Krebs (died 1493) was an early German organ builder.
Friedrich Ludwig Lindner (23 October 1772 - 11 May 1845) was a German writer, journalist and physician.
Friedrich W. Rainer (28 July 1903 – 19 July 1947) was an Austrian Nazi politician, Gauleiter as well as a state governor of Salzburg and Carinthia.
Friedrich Rittelmeyer (5 October 1872, Dillingen an der Donau, Bavarian Swabia – 23 March 1938, Hamburg) was a Protestant German minister, theologian and co-founder and driving force of The Christian Community.
Oberleutnant Friedrich Ritter von Röth (29 September 1893 – 31 December 1918) was a German World War I fighter ace with 28 victories.
Friedrich Sigmund Merkel (5 April 1845 – 28 May 1919) was a leading German anatomist and histopathologist of the late 19th century.
Frederik van Hulsen, or Friedrich von Hulsen, also known as Hulseen and Fredericus Hulsius (1580 – 1665) was a Dutch Golden Age printmaker active in Frankfurt and Nuremberg.
Friedrich Benedikt Wilhelm von Hermann (5 December 1795 – 23 November 1868) was a German economist and statistician.
Friedrich von Löffelholz (7 March 1955 – 2 October 2017) was a German cyclist.
Friedrich von Logau (January 1605 – 24 July 1655) was a German poet and epigrammatist of the Baroque era.
Friedrich von Weech (16 October 1837 - 17 November 1905) was a German historian and archivist.
Friedrich "Fritz" Westmeyer (14 January 1873 - 14 November 1917) was a German trade unionist and socialist politician.
Friedrich Wilhelm Ghillany (18 April 1807 in Erlangen – 26 June 1876) was a German Lutheran theologian, historian, librarian and publicist.
Friedrich Wilhelm Heidenreich (2 September 1798 in Roßtal – 6 December 1857 in Ansbach) was a German physician.
Friedrich Wilhelm Kritzinger (14 April 1890 – 25 April 1947) was a German official and state secretary in the Reich Chancellery during the period of Nazi Germany. He was the deputy head of the Reich Chancellery under Hans Lammers, and was present at the Wannsee Conference as Lammers' representative.
Friedrich-Ebert-Platz is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station.
Fritz Ernst Fischer (5 October 1912 – 2003) was a German medical doctor who, under the Nazi regime, participated in medical experiments conducted on inmates of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Vizefeldwebel Fritz John Jacobsen was a World War I flying ace credited with eight confirmed and two unconfirmed aerial victories.
Friedrich "Fritz" Neuser (born 14 April 1932) is a former German cyclist.
Ernst Christian Petzholdt, known as Fritz (1 January 1805 – 29 August 1838) was a Danish landscape painter of the Copenhagen School, also known as the Golden Age of Danish Painting.
Fritz Popp (born 20 November 1940) is a retired German football player.
Fritz Riess or Rieß (11 July 1922 in Nuremberg – 15 May 1991 in Samedan, Switzerland) was a racing driver from Germany.
Ernst Friedrich Christoph "Fritz" Sauckel (27 October 1894 – 16 October 1946) was a German Nazi politician, Gauleiter of Thuringia and the General Plenipotentiary for Labour Deployment from March 1942 until the end of the Second World War.
Fritz Schlieper (4 August 1892 – 4 June 1977) was a German military officer who served during World War I and World War II, eventually gaining the rank of Generalleutnant.
Fritz Ullmann (July 2, 1875 in Fürth – March 17, 1939 in Berlin) was a German chemist.
The Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning at the University of San Francisco (USF) offers noncredit courses with no assignments or grades for adults age 50 and over with no other objective than the love of learning.
Fugger is a German family that was a historically prominent group of European bankers, members of the fifteenth- and sixteenth-century mercantile patriciate of Augsburg, international mercantile bankers, and venture capitalists.
A Fuhrer city, or Führerstadt in German, was a status given to five German cities in 1937 by Adolf Hitler, the dictator of Nazi Germany.
Funhouse Summer Carnival was the fifth concert tour by American recording artist Pink, launched in support of her fifth studio album Funhouse (2008).
The Funhouse Tour was the fourth concert tour by American singer-songwriter Pink.
Futura International Airways was an airline with its head office in the Zona Facturación on the property of Palma de Mallorca Airport in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Futuwwa (Arabic: فتوة, "young-manliness" or "chivalry") was a conception of moral behavior around which myriad institutions of Medieval confraternity developed.
Gabriel von Seidl (9 December 1848 – 27 April 1913) was a German architect and a representative of the historicist style of architecture.
Gabriela Dauerer (born 1958 in Nuremberg, West Germany) is a contemporary German painter.
Gabriele Falloppio (1523 – October 9, 1562), often known by his Latin name Fallopius, was one of the most important anatomists and physicians of the sixteenth century.
Galaxy Airways was a Greek charter airline based in Athens that existed from 1999 to 2001.
Galéas de Saint-Séverin (Italian: Galeazzo da Sanseverino') (c. 1460 – 24 February 1525) was an Italian-French condottiere and Grand Écuyer de France.
Gama is a German maker of toys, usually cars and trucks, dating from before World War I. The company is headquartered in Fürth, Bavaria, near Nürnberg, a traditional German toymaking center.
Gandhi Ashram School is a Jesuit Mission school in Kalimpong, India for disadvantaged children from the locality.
A Ganerbenburg is a castle occupied and managed by several families or family lines at the same time.
The Garage Remains The Same Tour was a 1998 to 1999 concert tour by the band Metallica, supporting the cover album Garage Inc..
Gatton Park is a country estate set in parkland landscaped by Capability Brown near Gatton in Surrey, England.
The Gayssot Act or Gayssot Law (Loi Gayssot), enacted on 13 July 1990, makes it an offense in France to question the existence or size of the category of crimes against humanity as defined in the London Charter of 1945, on the basis of which Nazi leaders were convicted by the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg in 1945-46 (art.9).
Géza II (II.; Gejza II; Gejza II; 113031 May 1162) was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1141 to 1162.
The Göltzsch Viaduct (German: Göltzschtalbrücke) is a railway bridge in Germany.
The Göttingen–Bebra railway is a mainline railway in Germany, running north-south, which mainly serves through traffic.
Gottfried "Götz" von Berlichingen (1480 – 23 July 1562), also known as Götz of the Iron Hand, was a German (Franconian) Imperial Knight (Reichsritter), mercenary, and poet.
Gülnur Yerlisu (born 1969) is a European champion Turkish female Taekwondo practitioner.
Günther Beckstein (born 23 November 1943 in Hersbruck) is a German CSU politician from Bavaria and was the 17th Minister President of Bavaria from 9 October 2007 to 27 October 2008.
Günther Domenig (6 July 1934 – 15 June 2012) was an Austrian architect.
Günther Hillmann (born 15 April 1919 in Ludwigslust, 8 May 1976 in Nuremberg) was a German biochemist.
Günther Meier (born July 26, 1941 in Nuremberg) is a German former amateur boxer who competed in the Light Middleweight (71 kg) category.
Gbenga Oluokun (born June 14, 1983) is a boxer from Nigeria, who participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native West African country.
Gunther Göbbel (born on 6 May 1979 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a German singer who took part in second season (2003-2004) of Deutschland sucht den Superstar (DSDS) series coming 5th overall in 12 finalist contestants.
The Geleitrecht ("right of escort") in the Holy Roman Empire was the escorting of travellers or goods guaranteed by the right holder (Geleitherr or "escort lord") within a specified territory or on specific routes.
Angela Maria "Geli" Raubal (4 June 1908 – 18 September 1931) was Adolf Hitler's half-niece.
Gemeinschaftshaus is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U1 line.
The Generator Tour was concert tour by punk rock band Bad Religion, in support of their album, Generator.
Genovefa Weber, née Brenner (2 January 1764 – 13 March 1798) was a German opera singer and actress.
Georg Andreas Böckler (c. 1617 – 21 February 1687) was a German architect and engineer who wrote Architectura Curiosa Nova (1664) and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661).
Georg Andreas Kraft (c. 1660 – 1 December 1726) was a German Baroque composer and musician.
Georg Autenrieth (3 November 1833, in Schwand – 8 June 1900, in Nuremberg) was a German philologist and educator.
Georg Caspar Wecker (baptized 2 April 1632 – 20 April 1695) was a German Baroque organist and composer.
Georg Christian Lehms (1684 – 15 May 1717) was a German poet and novelist who sometimes used the pen-name Pallidor.
Georg Christoph Eimmart, the younger (22 August 1638 Regensburg – 5 January 1705 Nürnberg), a German draughtsman and engraver, was born at Ratisbon.
Georg Desmarées or Des Marées, a portrait painter, was born in 1697 at Stockholm, where he was instructed in painting by Martin Meytens, whose assistant he afterwards became.
Johann Georg Elser (4 January 1903 – 9 April 1945) was a German worker who planned and carried out an elaborate assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler and other high-ranking Nazi leaders on 8 November 1939 at the Bürgerbräukeller in Munich.
Georg Engelhard Schröder (31 May 1684 – 17 May 1750), also spelled George Engelhardt Schroeder, was a Swedish painter.
Georg Ferdinand Howaldt (8 April 1802 – 19 January 1883) was a German sculptor.
Georg Forster (ca. 1510 – 12 November 1568) was a German editor, composer and physician.
Georg Friedrich Daumer (Nuremberg, 5 March 1800 - Würzburg, 14 December 1875) was a German poet and philosopher.
Georg Friedrich Puchta (31 August 17988 January 1846) was a German jurist.
Georg Fugger von der Lilie (1453–1506) was a German merchant of the Fugger dynasty.
Georg Gerstäcker (3 June 1889 – 21 December 1949) was a German wrestler who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.
Georg Glockendon the Elder (fl. 1484; died 1514) was a Nuremberg-based woodblock cutter, printer and painter.
Georg Haas (4 April 1886 – 6 December 1971) was a German medical doctor was born in Nuremberg, Germany.
Georg Hartmann (sometimes spelled Hartman; February 9, 1489 – April 9, 1564) was a German engineer, instrument maker, author, printer, humanist, churchman, and astronomer.
Georg Haus (16 September 1895 – 16 April 1945) was a general in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Georg Hochgesang (3 November 1897 – 12 June 1988) was a German football forward, who played for 1. FC Nürnberg and Fortuna Düsseldorf, and manager.
Georg Joachim de Porris, also known as Rheticus (16 February 1514 – 4 December 1574), was a mathematician, astronomer, cartographer, navigational-instrument maker, medical practitioner, and teacher.
Georg Klaus (28 December 1912, Nuremberg – 29 July 1974, Berlin) was a German philosopher, cybernetician, chess master, and functionary.
Georg Lemberger (c.1490–1500, Landshut - c.1540–1545) was a German painter and woodcut artist.
Georg Leykauf (born February 24, 1847) was a steel metalware producer and trader in Nuremberg, Bavaria.
Georg Lorenz Bauer (14 August 1755 – 13 January 1806) was a German Lutheran Theologian, and writer on his subject.
Georg M. Grossman (October 10, 1823, Groß-Bieberau, Grand Duchy of Hesse - August 24, 1897) was a German-American Lutheran academic and church leader.
George Major (April 25, 1502 – November 28, 1574) was a Lutheran theologian of the Protestant Reformation.
Georg Marco (29 November 1863 – 29 August 1923) was an Austrian chess player.
Georg Martin Preisler (fl. 1750) was a German engraver.
Georg August Nöbeling (12 November 1907 – 16 February 2008) was a German mathematician.
Georg Nees (23 June 1926 – 3 January 2016) was a German academic who was a pioneer of computer art and generative graphics.
Georg Pencz (c. 1500 – 11 October 1550) was a German engraver, painter and printmaker.
Georg Philipp Harsdörffer (1 November 1607 – 17 September 1658) was a Baroque-period German poet and translator.
Georg Schwanhardt the Elder (1601-1667) was a German glass-engraver and rock crystal engraver, and the founder of the Nuremberg school of engravers.
Georg Umbenhauer (20 September 1912 – 15 December 1970) was a German racing cyclist.
Georg Voggenreiter (20 September 1912 – 27 September 1986) was a German racing cyclist.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (August 27, 1770 – November 14, 1831) was a German philosopher and the most important figure of German idealism.
Several animals described by and named for Georg Steller, of whom no portrait is known to exist.
Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer (31 May 1755 – 28 June 1829) was a German botanist and entomologist.
Georg Wolfgang Knorr (30 December 1705 in Nürnberg – 17 September 1761 in Nürnberg) was a German engraver and naturalist.
Georg Zacharias Platner (27 July 1781 - 8 July 1862) was a German manufacturer-entrepreneur and an astute businessman who later also became a politician.
The George and Dragon is a public house in the village of Great Budworth, Cheshire, England.
George Groves (born 26 March 1988) is a British professional boxer.
George Haven Putnam A.M., Litt.D. (April 2, 1844 – February 27, 1930) was an American publisher, soldier, and writer.
George I of Pomerania (Herzog Georg I. von Pommern; 11 April 1493 – 10 May 1531) was a Duke of Pomerania from the House of Griffins.
George Juskalian (Գևորգ Ժուսգալեան; June 7, 1914 – July 4, 2010) was a decorated member of the United States Army who served for over three decades and fought in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
George N. Saegmuller (1847 - 1934) was a German-born American inventor of many astronomical instruments and other mechanical devices.
George Pirkhamer (also Georg Pirkhamer or Jörg Pirkhamer) was a Roman Catholic theologian and prior at Nuremberg, Germany in the 15th century.
General George Smith Patton Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was a senior officer of the United States Army who commanded the U.S. Seventh Army in the Mediterranean theater of World War II, but is best known for his leadership of the U.S. Third Army in France and Germany following the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944.
Georg(e) Spalatin was the pseudonym taken by Georg Burkhardt (17 January 1484 – 16 January 1545), was a German humanist, theologian, reformer, secretary of the Saxon Elector Frederick the Wise, as well as an important figure in the history of the Reformation.
George Washington Martin, Jr. (June 25, 1876 – November 21, 1948) was a prominent lawyer, jurist, and member of the Democratic Party in Kings County, Brooklyn, New York.
George of Brandenburg-Ansbach (Georg or Jürgen der Fromme) (4 March 1484 – 27 December 1543), known as George the Pious, was a Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach from the House of Hohenzollern.
Georges Schwizgebel (born 28 September 1944 in Reconvilier, Switzerland) is a Swiss animation film director whose paint-on-glass-animated 2004 film L'Homme sans ombre (The Man With No Shadow) won various awards.
Georges Weill (September 17, 1882 – January 10, 1970) was an Alsatian politician who was a Socialist member of parliament for Metz in the German Reichstag from 1912 to 1915.
Georgius Hornius (Georg Horn, 1620–1670) was a German historian and geographer, professor of history at Leiden University from 1653 until his death.
Gera is the third-largest city in Thuringia, Germany, with 96,000 inhabitants, located south of Leipzig, east of Erfurt and west of Dresden.
Gerald Asamoah (born 3 October 1978 in Mampong, Ghana) is a retired Ghanaian-born German former footballer who played as a forward.
Gerard A. "Gerry" Salton (8 March 1927 in Nuremberg – 28 August 1995), was a Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University.
Gerberga II (c. 940 – 13 or 14 November 1001, also called Gerbirg or Gerburg), was the daughter of Henry I of Bavaria and his wife Judith, and a niece of Emperor Otto I. She was Abbess of Gandersheim from 956 to 1001 and personally instructed dramatist and poet Hrosvit of Gandersheim.
Gerda Daumerlang (born 2 May 1920) is a German diver who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.
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 August Heinrich Rose (November 30, 1896 in Danzig – January 13, 1992 in Obernkirchen) was a German expert on tropical medicine who was tried for war crimes at the end of World War II.
Gerhard Scheller (born 19 October 1958) is a German former cyclist.
Gerhard Tintner (September 29, 1907 – November 13, 1983) was an Austrian American economist who worked most of his career in the United States.
Gerhard von Rad (21 October 1901 – 31 October 1971) was a German theologian, academic, and University of Heidelberg professor.
Gerhard "Gerry" Neef (30 October 1946 – 23 February 2010), often known as Gerhardt Neef, was a German professional football player.
Gerlinde Sämann (born 1969) is a German soprano known for her performances in concerts and operas.
German art has a long and distinguished tradition in the visual arts, from the earliest known work of figurative art to its current output of contemporary art.
The German Athletics Championships (Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften) are the national championships in athletics of Germany, organised annually by the Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband.
German Bestelmeyer (8 June 1874 – 30 June 1942) was a German architect, university lecturer, and proponent of Nazi architecture.
The German Bowl is the annual national championship game in the sport of American football in Germany.
The German Chess Championship has been played since 1861, and determines the national champion.
The German Clock Museum (Deutsches Uhrenmuseum) is situated near the centre of the Black Forest town of Furtwangen im Schwarzwald, a historic centre of clockmaking.
The Deutsche Kampfspiele (English: German Combat Games) were a national multi-sport event established in 1922 by the Deutscher Reichsausschuss für Leibesübungen under Carl Diem.
The German Congress on Crime Prevention (Deutscher Präventionstag - DPT) is an international conference for the field of crime prevention that takes place annually since 1995 in different German cities.
The German Cricket Federation (Deutscher Cricket Bund e.V.) is the national governing body for cricket in Germany.
Nürnberg was a German light cruiser of the built for the Kriegsmarine.
The German Emperor (Deutscher Kaiser) was the official title of the head of state and hereditary ruler of the German Empire.
Germany is a leading country in the fashion industry, along with France, Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan.
The German Football League 2 (GFL) is the second tier of American football in Germany, below the German Football League.
German hip hop refers to hip-hop music produced in Germany.
The German Junior Bowl, usually only referred to as Junior Bowl, is the annual national championship game for junior teams in the sport of American football in Germany.
German (Deutsch) is a West Germanic language that is mainly spoken in Central Europe.
The German National Library (Deutsche Nationalbibliothek or DNB) is the central archival library and national bibliographic centre for the Federal Republic of Germany.
German resistance to Nazism (German: Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus) was the opposition by individuals and groups in Germany to the National Socialist regime between 1933 and 1945.
The German revolutions of 1848–49 (Deutsche Revolution 1848/1849), the opening phase of which was also called the March Revolution (Märzrevolution), were initially part of the Revolutions of 1848 that broke out in many European countries.
The German school of fencing (Deutsche Schule; Kunst des Fechtens) is a system of combat taught in the Holy Roman Empire during the Late Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern periods, as described in the contemporary Fechtbücher ("combat manuals") written at the time.
The German Socialist Party (German: Deutschsozialistische Partei, DSP) was a short-lived German nationalist, far-right party during the early years of the Weimar Republic.
U-1308 was the last Type VII/41 submarine to be laid down, launched and commissioned by Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
Placenames in the German language area can be classified by the language from which they originate, and by their age.
The German town law (Deutsches Stadtrecht) or German municipal concerns (Deutsches Städtewesen) was a set of early town privileges based on the Magdeburg rights developed by Otto I. The Magdeburg Law became the inspiration for regional town charters not only in Germany, but also in Central and Eastern Europe who modified it during the Middle Ages.
The German Trade Union Confederation (Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund; DGB) is an umbrella organisation (sometimes known as a national trade union center) for eight German trade unions, in total representing more than 6 million people (31 December 2011).
The German-American Institute Nuremberg (formerly: Amerika Haus Nürnberg) is a bi-national non-profit institution located in the heart of Nuremberg, Franconia's biggest city.
Germania, in full Welthauptstadt Germania ("World Capital Germania") was the projected renewal of the German capital Berlin during the Nazi period, part of Adolf Hitler's vision for the future of Nazi Germany after the planned victory in World War II.
Germania is a painting created at the end of March 1848 during the Revolutions of 1848.
Germanic toponyms are the names given to places by Germanic peoples and tribes.
The Germanisches Nationalmuseum is a museum in Nuremberg, Germany.
Germany (Deutschland), officially the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland), is a sovereign state in central-western Europe.
Germany was represented by the band Wind, with the song "Laß die Sonne in dein Herz", at the 1987 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 9 April in Brussels.
Germany was represented by mother and daughter duo Maxi & Chris Garden, with the song "Lied für einen Freund", at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 30 April in Dublin.
The Germany men's national squash team represents Germany in international squash team competitions, and is governed by German Squash Association.
This is a list of international games played by the German national football team.
Germany's Next Topmodel Cycle 1 is the first season of Germany's Next Topmodel (often abbreviated to GNTM) that aired on German television network ProSieben.
Germany's Next Topmodel, Cycle 10 is the tenth season of the show that is aired on the German television network ProSieben.
Germany's Next Topmodel, cycle 13 is the thirteenth cycle of Germany's Next Topmodel.
Germany's Next Topmodel, Cycle 4 is the fourth season of the show that was aired on the German television network ProSieben.
Germany–Hungary relations are the relations between Germany and Hungary, two member states of the European Union and the NATO.
Germany–Italy relations refer to interstate relations between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Italian Republic.
Germany–United Kingdom relations, or Anglo–German relations, are the bilateral relations between the United Kingdom and Germany.
Gerrit Fauser (born 13 July 1989) is a German professional ice hockey player currently with the Grizzlys Wolfsburg in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL).
Gerald "Gerry" Taggart (born 18 October 1970) is a former professional footballer.
Gertjan Verbeek (born 1 August 1962) is a retired Dutch footballer, and manager.
Gestad is a parish in the Dalsland part of Vänersborg Municipality, Sweden, located about 20 km north of the city of Vänersborg and 10 km east of the village Brålanda.
The Gestapo, abbreviation of Geheime Staatspolizei (Secret State Police), was the official secret police of Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe.
The Get a Grip Tour was a concert tour by American hard rock band Aerosmith that lasted over eighteen months, from early June 1993 to mid-December 1994.
Get Your Sting and Blackout World Tour is a worldwide concert tour by German rock band Scorpions.
The Gewerkschaft Deutscher Lokomotivführer (GDL, engl.: German Train Drivers' Union) is a German trade union that represents workers in train companies.
The GfK SE (established in 1934 as Gesellschaft für Konsumforschung, "Society for Consumer Research") is Germany's largest market research institute, and the fourth largest market research organisation in the world, after Nielsen Company, Kantar Group and Ipsos.
The FIFA World Cup, sometimes called the Football World Cup or the Soccer World Cup, but usually referred to simply as the World Cup, is an international association football competition contested by the men's national teams of the members of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's global governing body.
The Gibraltar national football team represents the Gibraltar in association football and is controlled by the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA), the governing body of the sport there.
Gil Dor (גיל דור, born December 12, 1952) is an Israeli guitar player mostly known for his long term collaboration as accompanist, arranger, producer and co-composer with international concert and recording artist Achinoam Nini, also known as Noa.
A gingerbread house is a novelty confectionery shaped like a building that is made of cookie dough, cut and baked into appropriate components like walls and roofing.
Dr Giora Yoseftal (גיורא יוספטל; 9 August 1912 – 23 August 1962) was an Israeli politician who held several ministerial portfolios in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Giorgio Sommer (1834–1914) was born in Frankfurt am Main (in modern-day Germany), and became one of Europe’s most important and prolific photographers of the 19th century.
Giovanni Battista Palumba, also known as the Master I.B. with a Bird (or the Bird etc.), was an Italian printmaker active in the early 16th century, making both engravings and woodcuts; he is generally attributed with respectively 14 and 11 of these.
Giovanni Manardo (also known as Manardi or Mainardi; Latin: Iohannes Manardus; 24 July 1462 – 8 March 1536) was an Italian physician, botanist, and humanist.
Girolamo Dalla Casa (also known as Hieronymo de Udene, died 1601) was an Italian composer, instrumentalist, and writer of the late Renaissance.
Girolamo Verallo (1497–1555) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Gisela Elsner (2 May 1937, Nuremberg, Middle Franconia - May 13, 1992, Munich) was a German writer.
Gitta Sereny, CBE (13 March 192114 June 2012) was an Austrian-British biographer, historian, and investigative journalist who came to be known for her interviews and profiles of controversial figures, including Mary Bell, who was convicted in 1968 of killing two children when she herself was a child, and Franz Stangl, the commandant of the Treblinka extermination camp.
Giuseppe Mazzuoli (1644 Volterra – 1725 Rome) was an Italian sculptor working in Rome in the Bernini-derived Baroque style.
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Glafira Vasilyevna Dorosh (Глафіра Василівна Дорош; Глафира Васильевна Дорош; born 1921) is a Ukrainian chef from the village of Ulanov, Vinnytsia Oblast, who invented Potato Ulanov.
Glasgow (Glesga; Glaschu) is the largest city in Scotland, and third most populous in the United Kingdom.
A global city, also called world city or sometimes alpha city or world center, is a city which is a primary node in the global economic network.
Global Justice or Global Revenge? International Criminal Justice at the Crossroads (2003) is a book by Austrian philosopher Hans Köchler, who was appointed by the United Nations as observer of the Lockerbie bombing trial in the Netherlands (2000-2002).
The Global Spirit Tour is an ongoing worldwide concert tour by English electronic music band Depeche Mode in support of the group's 14th studio album, Spirit.
The global spread of the printing press began with the invention of the printing press with movable type by Johannes Gutenberg in Mainz, Germany.
A globe is a spherical model of Earth, of some other celestial body, or of the celestial sphere.
The Globus Jagellonicus or Jagiellonian globe, probably made in northern Italy or the south of France and dated to around 1510, is by some considered to be the oldest existing globe to show the Americas.
Glockendon is a German surname.
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