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  1. Anton Schindler - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · In 1831, he moved to Münster where he was a musical director; from 1835 he lived in Aachen, where he was municipal music director until 1840. In 1840, his biography of Beethoven was published in Münster.

  2. B. J. Habibie - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · B. J. Habibie's brother, Junus Effendi Habibie, was Indonesian ambassador to the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. After his wife's death, Habibie published a book titled Habibie & Ainun which recounts his relationship with Hasri Ainun from their courtship until her death. The book was adapted into a film of the same name which was released ...

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    • Golkar
    • Engineer, aviation industrialist, politician
    • Suharto
  3. Fritz Thiedemann - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Fritz Thiedemann (3 March 1918 – 8 January 2000) was a German equestrian, considered to be one of the greatest show jumpers of his time. Biography. Thiedemann was born as the son of a farmer. His riding talents became clear at a young age, but he could not display them internationally until after World War II.

    • 64 kg (141 lb)
    • 8 January 2000 (aged 81), Heide, Germany
  4. Ulrich Schwaneberg - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Ulrich Schwaneberg (born 17 June 1969 in Waiblingen, Germany) is a German chemist and protein engineer. He is the Chair of Biotechnology [1] at RWTH Aachen University and member of the scientific board [2] at the Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials in Aachen.

  5. Otto Blumenthal - Wikipedia

    15 hours ago · Biography. He was born in Frankfurt, Hesse-Nassau.A student of David Hilbert, Blumenthal was an editor of Mathematische Annalen.When the Civil Service Act of 1933 became law in 1933, after Hitler became Chancellor, Blumenthal was dismissed from his position at RWTH Aachen University.

    • Margrete (born 1911), Ernst (born 1914)
    • Karl Gehlen
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