Synonyms for reimar or Related words with reimar

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Examples of "reimar"
The Germans lost "U-864" and all 73 of her crew, including her captain, Ralf-Reimar Wolfram.
Reimar Oltmanns (born in Schöningen, Germany in 1949) is a well-known journalist and author in Germany.
Reimar Constantin von Alvensleben (26 August 1809 – 28 March 1892) was a Prussian (and later Imperial German) general.
The Horten H.III was a flying wing sailplane built by Walter and Reimar Horten in Germany from 1937 to 1944.
In 1981,Reimar testified at the Hamburg High Court in the "trial of press coverage" ("Titelblattprozess") during which the feminist Alice Schwarzer accused the editor of the "Stern", Henri Nannen, of censorship and of representing women like simple sex objects. Reimar Oltmanns testified in favor of Alice Schwarzer, editor of "Emma", from his inside knowledge of "Stern".
Reimar Kuntze (27 January 1900 – 18 August 1949) was a German cinematographer. He worked on more than a hundred film productions during his career.
There are seven volumes of poetry and a book of essays and numerous individual publications, including recently published: "Monster Poems" with graphics from Reimar Limmer.
In 1979, Reimar Oltmanns left the Hamburg-based magazine and became a freelance journalist and writer, reporting for "Spiegel" as well as "Der Zeit".
Schefold, Reimar. "Cultural Anthropology, Future Tasks for Bijdragen, and the Indonesian Field of Anthropological study." Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 150 Volumes of Bijdragen: A Backward Glance and a Forward Glimpse 150(4):805-825. 1994
25 years later, "Stern" magazine chose articles written by Reimar Oltmanns for their special editions dedicated to "The best reporting of 1977". The series of articles were written from Latin America on the subjects of torture, assassinations and concentration camps.
Johnny Reimar from Denmark performed the song as an uptempo song with the title "Når jeg tænker på lille Alvilde" (When I think of little Alvilde). A song about a man who misses his first love.
The DINFIA IA 38 was a 1960s Argentine four-engine experimental tailless transport aircraft, designed under the direction of Reimar Horten and based on the German Horten Ho VIII project and built by the DINFIA.
He is the son of the classical archaeologist Karl Schefold, who was Professor of Archaeology at the University of Basel. His mother was Marianne (née von den Steinen) Schefold. Reimar received his Ph.D. from the University of Basel.
The submarine was laid down on 23 March 1942 at the Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft yard at Kiel as yard number 666, launched on 24 November and commissioned on 9 January 1943 under the command of "Oberleutnant zur See" Reimar Ziesmer.
The I.Ae. 34 Clen Antú, sometimes known as the Horten XVa after its designer Reimar Horten, was a two-seat tailless glider built in Argentina. Two single-seat variants competed unsuccessfully in the 1952 World Gliding Championships.
Commanded throughout her entire career by "Korvettenkapitän" Ralf-Reimar Wolfram, she served with the 4th U-boat Flotilla undergoing crew training from her commissioning until 31 October 1944. She was then reassigned to the 33rd U-boat Flotilla.
He had at three sons, Dian Schefold, Professor for public law in Bremen, Germany, Reimar Schefold, Professor for cultural anthropology, who lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Bertram Schefold, Professor for Economics in Frankfurt, Germany.
Reimarochloa is a genus of New World plants in the grass family, native to North and South America including the Greater Antilles. Reimar grass is a common name for this genus.
As the war ended, Reimar Horten emigrated to Argentina after failed negotiations with the United Kingdom and China, where he continued designing and building gliders, one experimental supersonic delta-wing aircraft and one twin-engined flying wing transport called the "Naranjero" for its intended use of carrying oranges for export. It was unsuccessful commercially. Walter remained in Germany after the war and became an officer in the post-war German Air Force. Reimar died on his ranch in Argentina in 1994, while Walter died in Germany in 1998.
The Horten H.IX, RLM designation Ho 229 (or Gotha Go 229 for extensive re-design work done by Gotha to prepare the aircraft for mass production) was a German prototype fighter/bomber initially designed by Reimar and Walter Horten to be built by Gothaer Waggonfabrik late in World War II. It was the first flying wing to be powered by jet engines.