Synonyms for bienert or Related words with bienert

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Examples of "bienert"
Botanist Theophil Joachim Heinrich Bienert was born in Kandava.
In 1924, she married Friedrich Bienert, a merchant who worked in his father's mills. Through her mother-in-law, Ida Bienert, she was introduced to the circle of Bauhaus artists.
Gerhard Bienert was born in Berlin, German and died in Berlin in 1986 at age 88.
Gerhard Max Richard Bienert (8 January 1898 – 23 December 1986) was a German film actor.
Bernt was born Reinhold Bienert in Berlin and died in West Berlin.
In an agreement with state secretary Frank, Bienert tried to broadcast the statement on the dissolution of the Protectorate (which should be replaced by Czech puppet state still controlled by Germans) on 5 May 1945. However the same morning the Prague uprising broke out and Bienert was captured by insurgents.
Theophil Joachim Heinrich Bienert (3 May 1833 – 5 April 1873) was a Baltic German botanist who lived and worked mainly in Imperial Russia.
The burial sites of the brothers Franz and Edward Bienert, North Bohemian historians, can be found in Šluknov. The brother fell victim to murder on 16 September 1990.
Reportage 57 is an East German film, released in 1959. It was directed by János Veiczi and stars Annekathrin Bürger, Willi Schrade and Gerhard Bienert.
After the German occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1939, he was briefly arrested by the Germans but soon released in exchange for a pledge of loyalty. In 1942, after prime minister Eliáš got arrested by Heydrich, Bienert was appointed to minister of interior under the new prime minister Jaroslav Krejčí. In 1945 Bienert replaced Krejčí in this position and at the same time also served as the substitute for seriously ill president Hácha.
After 1945, she lived with the patron Friedrich Bienert. She played with Hans Müller-Kray, Hermann Abendroth, Franz Konwitschny and from 1958 taught piano at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main.
The novel has been adapted twice for film, the first time in 1931 in a movie directed by Piel Jutzi. Döblin worked on the adaptation, along with Karl Heinz Martin and Hans Wilhelm. "Berlin Alexanderplatz" starred Heinrich George, Maria Bard, Margarete Schlegel, Bernhard Minetti, Gerhard Bienert, Albert Florath and Paul Westermeier.
Richard Bienert (September 5, 1881 – February 2, 1949) was a Czech high-ranking police officer and politician. He served as prime minister of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia from January 19to May 5, 1945. After World War II he was sentenced to prison for collaboration with Nazis.
From 1978-1985 had Balanchine -Spezialistin Patricia Neary held the post of ballet director. Starting in 1985, died in 2004, took over Uwe Scholz with 26 years, the youngest director of a dance company in Europe, the management of the Zurich Ballet until 1991. Subsequently, the Zurich Ballet was up to the year 1996 by Bernd Roger Bienert out.
After the end of World War II, Bienert was tried for treason and collaboration with the Nazis, but because of many mitigating circumstances he was sentenced to only three years in prison. Due to poor health, he was released prematurely in 1947, and died in Prague two years later.
What I Saw: Reports from Berlin, 1920-1933 is a book of reportage by the Austrian writer Joseph Roth from the era of the Weimar Republic. The selection of pieces from Roth's large journalistic output was made by Michael Bienert and published in German in 1996. The English translation with the present title was made by Michael Hofmann and appeared in 2003.
Born in Prague, Bienert came from a family of magistrates clerks from that city and after he finished law studies at Prague University he also entered the state service. Some of his ancestors were of German-Bohemian ethnic descent and had assimilated into Czech society. From 1906 he worked as a police official for police in Prague and in January 1918 he even became a clerk in the Presidium of the Police in Prague. During World War I Bienert cooperated closely with the Czech resistance movement and after the proclamation of Czechoslovak independence in October 1918 he was rewarded with an appointment to the position of Prague Police Director. Later in the 1930s he also became the Provincial President in the Land of Bohemia.
In 1995, it was discovered that Bisky had been an informer for the Stasi. The Stasi records on his wife referred to his activities as an informant. Subsequent investigations revealed that Bisky was registered by the Stasi with the code names of "Bienert" between 1966 and 1970, and as "Klaus Heine" from 1987. Lothar Bisky was also described in Stasi records as "zuverlässig" (reliable), the highest level of trust for an informer.
Eye of the Storm is an American hard rock band formed in 1991. The band consists of vocalist Paul Sportelli, guitarist Craig Marcus, bassist Tom McNeill and drummer Tony Bienert. The band has released three independent albums: "Eye of the Storm", "F2" and "Fall into Grace". The band's official website is notable for its introductory animation, in which Sportelli can be seen pretending to be a professional boxer while also singing into a microphone.
The program "Hanna Berger: Retouchings” was curated in 2006 by Andrea Amort at the Festspielhaus St Pölten. Fragmentary works by Berger were choreographed as new creations by Nicholas Adler, Manfred Aichinger, Bernd Roger Bienert, Rose Breuss and Willi Dorner. The program was shown at festivals in Washington, Braunschweig and Vienna. Esther Koller danced "L'Inconnue de la Seine"in the 2011 opening of an exhibition for the achievements of women teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.