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Examples of "heckmann"
Heckmann is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The son of innkeeper Adolf Heckmann, Willi Heckmann grew up in the public house environs of Altena (Westphalia). During World War I, he served in the Patriotic Emergency Services and the military. After the war, Heckmann studied vocals and piano with Otto Laugs at the state conservatory in Hagen (Westphalia).
A drawing by local artist August Heckmann shows the southern gate of the castle around 1945.
Gustav Heckmann died at Hanover on 8 June 1996. He was 98.
In 2012, Heckmann played in 2 exhibition games for the German national basketball team.
Otto Hermann Leopold Heckmann (June 23, 1901 – May 13, 1983) was a German astronomer.
Hergenfeld’s mayor is Martin Theis, and his deputies are Edel Lang and Peter Heckmann.
The asteroid 1650 Heckmann is named after him. He married Johanna Topfmeier in 1925 and they had three children together.
Gustav Heckmann (22 April 1898 - 8 June 1996) was a German philosopher and teacher. He is particularly associated with philosophical extrapolations from the format, pioneered by his mentor and friend Leonard Nelson, with which Heckmann continued to work after Nelson died.
The third live DVD was produced by Stephen James Bland at SjB Imperial Film and Television, in London. It was filmed by Edgar Heckmann, Torsten Hartmann, Thomas Hertler, Bellinda Gielich, Sebastian Kastner, Tobias Pfahl, Tom Hack, Björn Böhm and Roland Heckmann and edited by Martin O'Leary. The DVD features additional bootleg footage by Gary Marshall, Tim McCray and Klaus.
On 25 May 1944 Oberfähnrich Hubert Heckmann used his Messerschmitt Bf 109 to ram a P-51 Mustang when his guns malfunctioned, severing the tail and rear fuselage from the American aircraft. Captain Joseph H. Bennett of the 336th Fighter Squadron managed to bail out to captivity, while Heckmann made an immediate belly landing near Botenheim, Germany.
Kewego was founded by Michel Meyer and Olivier Heckmann, two French entrepreneurs. They founded Multimania in 1995, which they subsequently floated on the French New Market at the Paris bourse in March 2000. It was later sold to Lycos for 220m Euros. Meyer and Heckmann then founded PulseVision in 2003, which was renamed Kewego in 2006.
Wilhelm Heckmann (born 26 June 1897 in Wellinghofen, Germany; died 10 March 1995 in Wuppertal, Germany) was a German concert and easy listening musician. From 1937 to 1945 he was imprisoned in the Nazi concentration camps in Dachau and Mauthausen. Heckmann founded the first prisoner band in Mauthausen, and was also instrumental in the founding of the large prisoner orchestra there.
The Violin Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op. 78, "Regensonate" for violin and piano was composed by Johannes Brahms during the summers of 1878 and 1879 in Pörtschach am Wörthersee. It was first performed on 8 November 1879 in Bonn, by the husband and wife Robert Heckmann (violin) and Marie Heckmann-Hertig (piano).
Alfred Heckmann was born 25 June 1914 at Bochum-Langendreer. In early 1940, "Unteroffizier" Heckmann was posted to 5th "Staffel" Jagdgeschwader 3 (5./JG 3—5th squadron of the 3rd fighter wing). He claimed his first victory in June 1940, when he shot down a French Morane MS 406 fighter over Abbeville. He added two Supermarine Spitfires during the Battle of Britain. "Feldwebel" Heckmann then participated in Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union, and claimed another 24 victories up to October 1941, when the unit re-equipped with the new Messerschmitt Bf 109 F-4.
In October 1942, Heckmann was transferred to 1st "Staffel" Jagdgeschwader 26 "Schlageter" (1./JG 26—1st squadron of the 26th fighter wing) on the Channel front. In winter 1943, he moved with I./JG 26 (1st group of the 26th fighter wing) back to the Eastern Front in an exchange for III./Jagdgeschwader 54 (3rd group of the 54th fighter wing) who transferred to the West. In the 14 weeks the "Gruppe" was based in Russia "Oberfeldwebel" Heckmann claimed four victories; all Il-2 Stormovik's. In February 1943, Heckmann took up instructing duties with "Ergänzungs-Jagdgruppe Ost".
In addition, in 1951 he published with Otto Heckmann and Pascual Jordan an important work for the extension of Einstein's theory of gravity.
Patrick Heckmann (born February 27, 1992) is a German professional basketball player, who currently plays for Brose Bamberg in the Basketball Bundesliga.
Polynucleobacter is a genus of Proteobacteria, originally established by Heckmann and Schmidt (1987) to exclusively harbor obligate endosymbionts of ciliates belonging to the genus "Euplotes".
The first performance of the quartet took place in Cologne in October 1878, by a quartet led by the work's dedicatee, violinist Robert Heckmann.