Synonyms for recknagel or Related words with recknagel

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Examples of "recknagel"
Erich Recknagel (3 December 1904 – 16 August 1973) was a German ski jumper who competed in the 1928 Winter Olympics.
Alice Elizabeth Recknagel was born on April 24, 1911, in Brooklyn, New York, to Harold S. and Rea Estes Recknagel. Her father was an insurance-industry attorney. The townhouse Alice grew up in had been occupied by her family since the 1830s, and she would live there her entire life.
Hermann Recknagel (18 July 1892 – 23 January 1945) was a German general during World War II and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords of Nazi Germany. Recknagel was shot and killed on 23 January 1945 in German-occupied Poland.
Helmut Recknagel (born 20 March 1937 in Steinbach-Hallenberg) is an East German former ski jumper who was active in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Harold Wolff was born on May 26, 1898 in New York City, the only child of Louis Wolff, a catholic illustrator, and Emma Recknagel Wolff, Lutheran. He was educated at City College, from which he graduated in 1918, aged 20.
Alice Recknagel Ireys (1911–2000) was an American landscape architect whose notable clients included the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the New York Botanical Garden, the Clark Botanic Garden, the Abigail Adams Smith Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum.
For his cross-country skiing successes, Jernberg was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1960 (shared with Helmut Recknagel, Sverre Stensheim and Tormod Knutsen). He was also awarded the Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal in 1956 (shared with pentathlete Lars Hall).
Rolf Recknagel, an East German literary scholar from Leipzig, came to very similar conclusions as Erich Mühsam. In 1966, he published a biography of Traven in which he claimed that the books signed with the pen name B. Traven (including the post-war ones) had been written by Ret Marut. At present, this hypothesis is accepted by most "Travenologists".
Ireys worked up to her final illness, dying in Brooklyn on Dec. 12, 2000. Documents and photographs relating to her professional life are held by Smith College. A documentary film about Ireys, "The Living Landscapes of Alice Recknagel Ireys," was released in 2000.
On August 29, 1943 the group (4th Guards Cavalry Corps) of lieutenant-general Nikolay Kirichenko () breached the German defense line near Veselo-Voznesenovka village and reached the Azov Sea, cutting the retreat ways from Taganrog to Mariupol. However, by this time the main forces had already been evacuated from Taganrog. Only mine-layer parties were left in the city, and the Sambek Heights were held by the 111th Infantry Division (Nazy Germany) under command of General Hermann Recknagel.
Janne Ahonen is the only ski jumper to have won the tournament five times, with wins in 1998–99, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2005–06 and 2007–08. Jens Weißflog was the first ski jumper to reach four wins, winning the tournament in 1984, 1985, 1991 and 1996. Helmut Recknagel and Bjørn Wirkola have the next best record, winning three titles each. Wirkola's victories came in three consecutive years (1967–1969), a record still uncontested.
For the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, she designed both the Mae L. Wien Cutting Garden and Helen's Garden of Fragrant Plants (now the Alice Recknagel Ireys Fragrance Garden). The latter was designed specifically for the vision-impaired as a memorial to a blind woman named Helen Goodhart Altschul. It featured wheelchair-accessible paths, raised beds, and Braille signage, and visitors were encouraged to touch the plants. It was widely imitated by designers concerned with making public gardens accessible to people with disabilities.
There was one ski jumping event at the 1960 Games, the men's normal hill, which was held on February 28. In 1964 the competition would be expanded to include a men's large hill event. Helmut Recknagel became the first German to win the event. In 1994 he would be joined by Jens Weißflog as the only German ski jumping Olympic champions. Niilo Halonen from Finland and Austrian Otto Leodolter earned the silver and bronze medals.
Matchstick Sun was founded in 1984, as the Diamond Dogs by four key players of the Oslo post punk scene. Their drummer Bulle (born 1962) had been in the punk group, Betong Hysteria, and the art/ska band, Løver og tigre (Lions & Tigers). The vocalist, Eidem (born 1964), and the bassist Annaniassen (born 1959) had both been in the last edition of The Cut. The guitarist, and main songwriter, Rolf Recknagel (born 1952) had for a short while been in De Press.
Sverre Malvin Stensheim (born 31 October 1933) is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. He competed in the 30 km and 50 km events at the 1960 and 1964 Winter Olympics with the best result of fifth place in the 50 km in 1964. He won the 50 km race at the Holmenkollen ski festival in 1959–1961, and in 1960 was awarded the Holmenkollen medal (shared with Helmut Recknagel, Sixten Jernberg, and Tormod Knutsen).
The Mount Vernon Hotel operated until 1833 and later became a private residence. The Colonial Dames of America purchased the site in 1924 and in 1939 opened it to the public as the Abigail Adams Smith Museum. (Abigail Adams Smith and her husband William had owned the property briefly in 1795 but did not live on site.) The planting plan for the Abigail Adams Smith Museum was by New York landscape designer Alice Recknagel Ireys.
He earned a gold medal at the 1960 Winter Olympics in ski jumping and also won the Holmenkollen ski festival ski jumping competition twice (1957 and 1960). At the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, he won three medals: a bronze in 1958 and two medals in 1962, a gold in the individual large hill and a bronze in the individual normal hill. For his ski jumping efforts, Recknagel was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1960 (Shared with Sixten Jernberg, Sverre Stensheim, and Tormod Knutsen). He was the first German to win the Holmenkollen medal.
Cornell Professor of Forest Management, and a leader and consultant to the pulp and paper industry, Arthur Bernhard Recknagel (1906 graduate of Yale forestry school; at Cornell from 1913–1943; forester and executive secretary of Empire State Forest Products Association from 1917–1948), used to tell how his uncle, Albrecht Pagenstecher returned home from Saxony and, fortunately, asked his friend, Senator Warren Miller, who suggested that they go to Saratoga Springs and make inquiries there for spruce. From Saratoga they drove to Luzerne, at the confluence of the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers, and learned that spruce was abundantly available in these watersheds.
Guitarist and songwriter Rolf Recknagel quickly put together a new band called Yeahlove Swans (1991–94). Their only album, "Lovetech", was released by Polygram in 1992. Bass player Rune Annaniassen joined Sister Rain in 1992, which disbanded shortly after having released "The Neptun Tapes" in 1993. He later joined Merchants of Venus (1993–94) whose one album "Wish Across the Land" was released by WEA in 1994. Vocalist Ivar Eidem released his one solo album "Missions of a Clown" in 1996 on Oh Yeah!, and was awarded the Norwegian Grammy for Best Male Artist.
In 1915, Harvard architecture instructor Henry Atherton Frost inaugurated an informal program of tutoring women in architecture since they could not be admitted to Harvard's male-only graduate program. Within a year, Frost had four women students and had brought Pond on board. Word about the informal program spread, and by the 1916–17 academic year, the college was advertising the experimental program and its curriculum as the Cambridge School of Architectural and Landscape Design (later to be renamed the Cambridge School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture). Among the women to complete the school's three-year program were landscape architects Rose Greely and Alice Recknagel Ireys.