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  1. Erich Geiringer(31 January 1917 – 25 August 1995) was a New Zealand writer, publisher, broadcaster, Fulbright scholar 1953, a leading member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, and the founder of the New Zealand Medical Association.

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  2. Erich Geiringer - Wikipedia

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    Erich Geiringer(31 January 1917 – 25 August 1995) was a New Zealand writer, publisher, broadcaster, Fulbright scholar 1953, a leading member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, and the founder of the New Zealand Medical Association.

  3. Erich Geiringer (1901 - 1945) - Genealogy

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    May 23, 2018 · Erich Geiringer manufactured and exported shoes. He also was an active sportsman. Eva was born in Vienna, Austria on May 11, 1929; her older brother Heinz Felix Geiringer was born on July 12, 1926. Shortly after the German annexation of Austria in 1938, the Geiringers decided to flee.

  4. Erich Geiringer | Jewish Online Museum

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    Geiringer was a doctor worth listening to—and knowing. Born in Vienna in 1917, he was raised in a staunchly socialist household and studied medicine. Most of the Jewish family fled the continent in 1938, arriving in England, where he worked for a time as a laboratory assistant in Birmingham.

  5. OBITUARY : Dr Erich Geiringer - The Independent

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    Erich Geiringer was a man of boundless energy and inexhaustible wit, a walking encyclopaedia who seemed to know everything about everything with instant and total recall. In addition to all his...

  6. Elfriede Geiringer - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Elfriede Geiringer (née Markovits; 13 February 1905 – 2 October 1998) was a Jewish survivor of World War II. She was the second wife of Otto Frank, who was the father of Anne and Margot Frank.

  7. Tribute to Erich Geiringer (1917-1995) - University of Otago

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    In my opinion Erich Geiringer has been one of the most significant public health figures in New Zealand in the last half century. He has helped and at times has driven us to confront issues

  8. Obituary: Fritzi Frank | The Independent | The Independent

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    She was married at 18 to Erich Geiringer, a shoe manufacturer who exported moccasins, and with their two children, Heinz and Eva, they fled Austria after the Nazi invasion, moving to the...

  9. The Stubborn Girl in Auschwitz - Kristeligt Dagblad

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    Eva Schloss. Born Geiringer in Vienna May 11 1929 by the Jewish parents Elfriede – “Fritzi” – Markovitz and Erich Geiringer. Had a brother who was three years older

  10. The Auschwitz survivor who returned to rescue her brother’s ...

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    Jan 21, 2017 · One of Heinz’s paintings. Eva Schloss’s (nee Geiringer) story began in 1929, born to a thoroughly assimilated and cultured middle-class Jewish family in Vienna. By 1938, when German troops marched...

  11. More than a lawman | Stuff.co.nz

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    Geiringer was a maths whiz and, after completing an Otago degree, he won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, where he grew his hair long and beard bushy and thought all day long about...

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