Feb 16, 2018 - Kurt Masur. Born in Brieg, Silesia (in modern-day Poland) in 1927, Masur was one of the most respected conductors of his generation and was well known for his human rights activities.
Henry Raspe, Landgrave of Thuringia Elisabeth of Brandenburg, Duchess of Brzeg-Legnica and Cieszyn (1403–1449), wife firstly of Louis II of Brieg and later Gross-Rosen concentration camp (1,554 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Anda is an Israeli play written and directed by Hillel Mittelpunkt on 24 September 2008, on the stage of the Beit Lessin Theater. New!!: Auschwitz concentration camp and Anda (play) · See more » André Bettencourt. André Bettencourt (21 April 1919 – 19 November 2007) was a French politician. New!!:
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Matilda of Wettin (c1100 – c1145). She was married firstly to Gero, Count of Seeburg (1097 – 1122), and secondly Louis II, Count of Wippra (c1095 – 1151). Ida of Saxony– (1043 – 1102) German princess Princess Ida was the daughter of Ordulf, Duke of Saxony, and his first wife Ulfhilda, the daughter of Olaf II, King of Norway. Ida was ...
September 19 – Albert IV, Duke of Austria (d. 1404) December 5 – Jianwen Emperor of China (d. 1402) date unknown Louis II of Anjou (d. 1417) Filippo Brunelleschi The Immobile Empire (769 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Murad II 1404-1451 r. 1421-44, 1446-51 Mehmed II 1432-1481 r. 1444-46, 1451-81 Bayezid II 1448-1481-1512 Selim I 1466-1512-1520 Suleiman I 1494-1520-1566 Church of Saint Catherine, Thessaloniki (148 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Charlotte became the second wife (1670) of Claude de Rouvroy (1607 – 1693), Duc de Saint-Simon, forty years her senior. She became the mother of Louis de Rouvroy, Duc de Saint-Simon, famous for his Memoiresof the court of Louis XIV and the Prince Regent, Philippe II d’Orleans. The Duchesse de Saint-Simon died (Oct 7, 1725) aged seventy-nine.
Margeurite Colbert was married firstly (1701) to Louis de Clermont d’ Amboise, Marquis de Reynel, and secondly (1704) to Francois Marie Spinola, Duc de St Pierre. She attended the court of Louis XIV and the Regency court of Philippe II d’ Orleans, and was a patron of Francois Arouet Voltaire.
Lady Effingham attended the court of George II (1727 – 1760) and Queen Caroline, and was appointed to serve as first Lady of the bedchamber to Augusta, Princess of Wales (1736), wife of Prince Frederick Louis, though she voluntarily resigned her post (1737) when the Prince of Wales fell out with his parents (1737).