Synonyms for liebau or Related words with liebau
Examples of "liebau"
In Donovan's version, Dachau becomes
(Lubawka, Poland), a training center for Hitler Youth.
(, , Prekmurje dialect "Sühi mlin") is a town in the district of Jennersdorf in the Austrian state of Burgenland.
Some of the planes were manufactured in Trautenau (today Trutnov, Czech Republic) and others in
(today Lubawka, Poland).
Jože Benko (born 23 March 1980 in Murska Sobota) is a Slovenian football striker who plays for Minihof/
has provided analysis and commentary on national television for PBS, CNN, the Fox News Channel, and MSNBC.
has also served as a substitute talk-show host for KABC radio in Southern California and for the nationally syndicated "Hugh Hewitt Show".
In 1912 he founded "Etrich Fliegerwerke" in
(today Lubawka, Poland) and designed an aircraft with an enclosed cabin for the passengers, which he named "Luft-Limousine".
He was born in
in Prussian Silesia. In 1928, he was taught by Otto Falckenberg, the director of the Munich Kammerspiele, in acting and directing.
When Rantel is absent, Carol Platt
, Rob Nelson or a KABC colleague hosts the program. Rantel, for his part, occasionally hosted "The Larry Elder Show" when Elder was absent.
Later he moved to Germany, founding "Brandenburgische Flugzeugwerke" which would later become Hansa-Brandenburg after he sold it to Camillo Castiglioni in 1914. From
he took his chief designer with him - Ernst Heinkel.
On May 9, 2013 in a letter to employees, Hollywood Park president F. Jack
announced that the track would be closing at the end of their fall racing season in 2013. In the letter,
stated that the 260 acres on which the track sits "now simply has a higher and better use", and that "in the absence of a favorable change in racing's business model, the ultimate development of the Hollywood property was inevitable". It was expected that the track would be demolished and replaced by housing units, park land and an entertainment complex, while the casino would be renovated.
Oesterreicher was born to a Jewish family in Město Libavá (Stadt
) in Moravia (then part of Austria and now the Czech Republic). He was a convert to Roman Catholicism and became a priest in 1927. He served as a chaplain in Gloggnitz, and there he founded the local Scout group and served at its chaplain.
A native of St. Louis, Missouri,
attended Princeton University, where she was editorial chairman of The Daily Princetonian graduating in 1989 with a degree from The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She then attended Harvard Law School, where she was one year behind Barack Obama
In October 1944, the Frank women were slated to join a transport to the
labour camp in Upper Silesia. Bloeme Evers-Emden was slated to be on this transport, but Anne was prohibited from going because she had developed scabies, and her mother and sister opted to stay with her. Bloeme went on without them.
Bloeme was liberated by the Soviets at
on 8 May 1945. She and a small group of friends began walking back to the Netherlands on foot, arriving six weeks later. She discovered that her parents and sister had been deported to the Sobibor extermination camp, where they all perished.
The plane was built in the 'Etrich Fliegerwerke' factory in
(today Lubawka, Poland). It was an aircraft with a cabin for one pilot and a single passenger that was enclosed with wire gauze and celluloid windows, the reason for which Igo Etrich named it "Luft-Limousine".
Notable alumni of the Lincoln Fellowship include former California State Assemblyman Chuck DeVore, now a vice president with the Texas Public Policy Foundation, political commentator Carol Platt
, editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez, attorney and talk radio host Mark Levin, and Delaware politician Christine O'Donnell.
Mueller was born in
(now Lubawka, Kamienna Góra County), Kreis Landeshut, Silesia. Between 1890 and 1892 he was trained in lithography in Görlitz and Breslau. From 1894 to 1896 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden and continued his study in Munich during 1898. He left Munich's academy after Franz von Stuck classified him as untalented.
As in the 14th century claims to power by the Margraves of Meißen emerged, Henry of Plauen submitted to the tenure-based regnancy of the Bohemian Crown, excepting only the dominion of Voigtsberg, that stayed tenured to the Reich. In 1349, his equinomic son Henry also handed Voigtsberg over to Bohemian tenure; thus the whole Vogtland had become a Reichsafterlehn (a specific status of tenure). In 1357 an exchange of territories was agreed with by the Margraviate of Meißen, effectually making Wiedersberg,
, Adorf, Pausa, Neuenkirchen and Hirschberg (among others) Meißenian while Borna, Geithein and Kohren were handed to the Vogt. The exchange was heavily disputed by branch line cousins of Henry's. The Lords of Plauen, as they called themselves, retrieved Auerbach, Pausa and
as Meißenian tenure in 1379. Since 1426 the Lords of Plauen were Burggraves of Meißen and found themselves in constant power struggles with the Saxonian Kurfürsts.
Zülch was born in
, in the Sudetenland, now Libina, Czech Republic. His family left the Sudetenland in 1945, during the postwar expulsion of Germans. As a boy he belonged to the Bündische Jugend, part of the German Youth Movement, in Hamburg. He completed his Abitur at the Louisenlund Gymnasium in Rendsburg-Eckernförde. He studied politics and economics in Hamburg, Graz, and Heidelberg. He was active in college political groups and the "Außerparlamentarische Opposition".
In 1914 it merged with the Escuela de la Señorita
. The Belgrano-Schule opened that year. The Belgrano Kindergarten opened in 1920. In 1927 it merged with the Germania Schule. It changed its name to the Goethe-Schule in 1931. Goethe-Schule merged with the Gutenburg-Schule in Martinez in 1933. In the 1960s it was the Nordschule und Goetheschule, a merger of two schools with campuses in Buenos Aires and Martinez.
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