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Karl Alois Johann-Nepomuk Vinzenz, FĂĽrst Lichnowsky Karl Alois Johann-Nepomuk Vinzenz, FĂĽrst Lichnowsky (June 21, 1761 â€“ April 15, 1814), also known as Carl Alois, FĂĽrst von Lichnowsky-WoschĂĽtz, second Prince Lichnowsky, was a chamberlain at the Imperial Austrian court. Many of composer Ludwig van Beethoven's musical compositions were dedicated to Prince Lichnowsky for his patronage, friendship, and generosity that benefitted Beethoven.
Karl Anselm, Duke of Urach Prince Karl Anselm, Duke of Urach was born on the 5 February 1955 in Regensburg, Germany, the son of Prince Erbhard of Urach and Princess Iniga of Thurn and Taxis and a grandson of King Mindaugas II of Lithuania, and he is the current would be King of Lithuania. Karl Anselm is the owner of Greshornish Forestry estate in Inverness, Scotland.
Karl Anton August, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck Karl Anton August, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck, was born in Marburg on August 10, 1727. He was the son of Peter August, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck and Sophie von Hessen-Philippsthal.
Karl August Alten Karl August Alten (1763-1840) was a distinguished officer, native of Hanover, who entered the British service, bore arms under Sir John Moore, was chief of a division, under Wellington, in the Peninsular war, and closed his military career at the battle of Waterloo.
Karl August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach Karl August Wilhelm Nicolaus Alexander Michael Bernhard Heinrich Frederick Stefan, Hereditary Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (31 July 1844 - 20 November 1894), was a German prince and Hereditary Grand Duke (ErbgroĂźherzog) of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Karl Bauermeister Karl Bauermeister from Port Elizabeth South Africa born 28th of january 1963, was a feared righthand batsman and a decent allrounder during the 1980's, when he played provincial one-matches where he represented the Eastern Cape, he never though represented his country. He played with several Springbok players both as a junior and at provincial cricket.
Karl BĂĽcher Karl Wilhelm BĂĽcher (first name sometimes Carl) (16 February 1847 Kirberg - 1930 Leipzig) was an important economist, one of the founders of non-market economics, and the founder of journalism as an academic discipline.
Karl Beattie Karl Beattie (born May 20 1963) is the husband of Yvette Fielding, main presenter of Living TV's Most Haunted programme, a program which investigates psychic phenomena. Beattie and Fielding co-own Antix, the TV Production Company that produces Most Haunted.
Karl Beckson Karl Beckson (born February 4 1926 in New York) is an American author of numerous articles and sixteen books on British literature, culture, and authors including Oscar Wilde, Arthur Symons, and Henry Harland. He is also the co-author with Arthur Ganz of Literary Terms: A Dictionary, now in its fourth printing.
Karl Begas Karl Begas (sometimes Carl Joseph Begas) (1794-1854) was a German historical painter born at Heinsberg near Aix-la-Chapelle. His father, a retired judge, destined him for the legal profession, but the boy's tastes pointed definitely in another direction.
Karl Bechert Karl Richard Bechert (August 23, 1901 in Nuremberg, Germany ‐ April 1, 1981 in WeilmĂĽnster-MĂ¶ttau, Hessen, Germany) was a German theoretical physicist and political leader. As a scientist, his contributions were in atomic physics.
Karl Belanger Karl Belanger (born 1975) is the spokesman for Canada's New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton. He previously held that role for former NDP Leader Alexa McDonough and has worked for the Party since its breakthrough in the 1997 federal election .
Karl Benz Karl Friedrich Benz (december 6 1844 â€“ April 4 1929) was a German engine designer and automobile engineer, generally regarded as the inventor of the gasoline-powered automobile. Other German contemporaries, Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, also worked independently on the same type of invention, but Benz patented his work first and, after that, patented all of the processes that made the internal combustion engine feasible for use in automobiles.
Karl Berger Karl Hanns Berger (born March 30, 1935 in Heidelberg, Germany) is a musicologist with a PhD in Music Sociology, jazz composer, jazz vibraphone and piano player. Together with Ornette Coleman and Ingrid Sertso he founded the Creative Music Studio in Woodstock, New York.
Karl Binding Karl Ludwig Lorenz Binding (April 6 1841â€”April 7 1920) was a German jurist known as a promoter of the theory of retributive justice. His influential book, Die Freigabe der Vernichtung Lebensunwertem Lebens (Allowing the Destruction of Life Unworthy of Living), written together with the psychiatrist Alfred Hoche, was used by the Nazis to justify their T-4 Euthanasia Program.
Karl Blake Karl Blake (born: December 5, 1956; Reading, Berkshire, England) is a vocalist, bassist, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist most noted for his work with The Lemon Kittens, Danielle Dax, Shock Headed Peters, Sol Invictus and Current 93. Other past projects include Alternative TV, The Underneath, Evil Twin, British Racing Green, Blake Sabbath and solo work.
Karl Brendel Karl Brendel (1871-1925) was a schizophrenic outsider artist and one of the "schizophrenic masters" profiled by Hans Prinzhorn in his field-defining work Artistry of the Mentally Ill. He was the only sculptor profiled in Prinzhorn's work, and the work also includes more illustrations of his work (twenty-four sculptures and eight drawings) than that of any other profiled artist.
Karl Buechner Karl Buechner is the original singer for the band Earth Crisis from Syracuse, New York, USA. Since the early 1990's he has been at the forefront of the hardcore music scene which promotes a vegan and straight edge lifestyle, and is also known for his work in the animal rights arena, speaking at many prominent hearings and doing outreach work for animal rights organizations such as PETA.
Karl Buesgen Karl Buesgen, Sr. (1916-1981) was an American landscape painter and Pennsylvania impressionist typically associated with the Baum Circle, a group of artists either taught by, associated with, or directly influenced by Pennsylvania impressionist painter Walter Emerson Baum
Karl Bushby Karl Bushby (born 1969, Hull) is a British ex-paratrooper and adventurer, currently attempting to be the first person to completely walk an unbroken path around the world. Dave Kunst was officially the first person to walk around the world (June 20 1970 - October 5 1974), however, his path crossed various oceans.
Karl Cardinal Lehmann Karl Lehmann (born May 16, 1936 in Sigmaringen) is a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Bishop of Mainz and Chairman of the Conference of the German Bishops (German: Deutsche Bischofskonferenz) and thus the highest representative of the Catholic Church in Germany.
Karl Clark Osby Karl Clark, or Karl Clark (October 16th, 1957) is an American police officer from North Carolina, and a former police chief, best known for his service on international assignments with the International Police. Best remembered as a member of the 'UNTAET Crime Scene Detachment' (ca 1999) in East Timor, during which time he took part in the exhumation of several hundred victims of homicide.
Karl Dane Karl Dane (born October 12, 1886 in Copenhagen, Denmark; died April 15, 1934 in Los Angeles, California) was a comedian and actor of the silent film era, and a sad example of the fate that befell many silent movie stars who were unable to make the transition to talkies.
Karl DĂ¶nitz Karl DĂ¶nitz (IPA pronunciation: ); September 16 1891 â€“ December 24 1980) was a German naval leader, famous for his command of the Kriegsmarine during World War II and for his twenty-three day term as President of Germany after Adolf Hitler's suicide.
Karl Denver Karl Denver (born Angus Murdo McKenzie) 1931 to 1998, was a British singer (born in Glasgow) who, with his Trio, had a series of UK hits in the early 1960s. Most famous of these was a 1961 version of Wimoweh which showed off his falsetto register to good advantage.
Karl Dietrich Eberhard Koenig Karl Dietrich Eberhard Koenig (1774 â€“ 6 September, 1851), German palaeontologist, was born at Brunswick in 1774, and was educated at GĂ¶ttingen. In 1807 he became assistant keeper, and in 1813 he was appointed keeper, of the department of natural history in the British Museum, and afterwards of geology and mineralogy, retaining the post until the close of his life.
Karl Dixon (cartoonist) Karl Dixon is an American-born, British-bred cartoonist best known as the creator of his regular Ollie Fliptrik, Gizmo the boy inventor and Secret Agent Sally comic strips in The Dandy as well drawing Beryl the Peril (from the same comic) between 1999 and 2006.
Karl Drais Karl Drais (April 29, 1785 â€“ December 10, 1851) was a German inventor and invented the Laufmaschine ("running machine"), also later called the velocipede, draisine (English) or "draisienne" (French), or nick-named, dandy horse. This incorporated the two-wheeler principle that is basic to the bicycle and motorcycle and meant the beginning of mechanized personal transport.
Karl Drobnic Karl Drobnic (born 1943) is an American educator and publisher, He pioneered work in English for Specific Purposes during the era of large scale technology transfer programs between developed and underdeveloped nations in the latter half of the twentieth century.
Karl Dykhuis Karl Dykhuis (pronounced "dike-house") (born July 8, 1972 in Sept-Iles, Quebec) is a professional ice hockey player currently playing for the Mannheim Eagles in the Bundesliga in Germany. He has played 644 games in the National Hockey League as well, for the Chicago Blackhawks, Philadelphia Flyers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens.
Karl Earl Mundt Karl Earl Mundt (June 3, 1900 â€“ August 16, 1974) was an American educator and a Republican member of the United States Congress, representing South Dakota in the United States House of Representatives from 1938 to 1948 and in the United States Senate from 1948 to 1973.
Karl Edward Wagner Karl Edward Wagner (4 December 1945 â€“ 13 October 1994) was an American writer, editor and publisher of horror, science fiction, and heroic fantasy, who was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and originally trained as a psychiatrist. His disillusionment with the medical profession can be seen in the stories "The Fourth Seal" and "Into Whose Hands".
Karl Eichwald Karl Eduard Von Eichwald (July 4, 1795 â€“ November 10, 1876), Russian geologist and physician, was born at Mitau in Courland. He became doctor of medicine and professor of zoology in Kazan in 1823; four years later professor of zoology and comparative anatomy at Vilnius; in 1838 professor of zoology, mineralogy and medicine at St.
Karl Eirik SchjĂ¸tt-Pedersen Karl Eirik SchjĂ¸tt-Pedersen (born October 3, 1959 in VardĂ¸) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party, and since 1985 a parliamentary representative for Finnmark. He was Minister of Fisheries 1996-1997 and Minister of Finance 2000-2001 in the first cabinet Stoltenberg.
Karl Engelmann Karl Engelmann (born March 11, 1974, Tinley Park, Illinois) is the lead guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for Asheville-based band Mother Vinegar. He was also a founding member and bassist of popular Midwest band Ali Baba's Tahini, which featured Umphrey's McGee guitarist Jake Cinninger.
Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum The Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum is an art museum in Hagen, Germany. The center of the museum is a building whose interior was designed by Henry van de Velde to house Karl Ernst Osthaus's art collection, open to the public as the Folkwang Museum.
Karl Eugen Neumann Karl Eugen Neumann (* October 18 1865 in Vienna; â€ October 18, 1915) is the first translator of large parts of the Pali Canon of buddhist scriptures from the original Pali into a European language (German) and one of the pioneers of European Buddhism.
Karl F. Meyer Karl Friedrich Meyer (May 19, 1884 â€“ April 27, 1974) was a [Swiss] born American pathologist. His career was dedicated to work on infectious disease; he worked on Brucellae and the human and animals diseases it causes, he discovered the virus that caused western equine encephalitis and a number of similar viruses, he discovered the cause of psittacosis after falling ill with it himself.
Karl Fabricius Karl Johan Oskar Fabricius (born September 29, 1982, in Boden, Sweden), is a professional Swedish ice hockey player. He is currently a right winger (shoots left) for the FrĂ¶lunda Indians in the Swedish Elite League.
Karl Fletcher Karl Fletcher was a character in the Sky One drama Dream Team played by Terry Kiely. He is the only character to have appeared in every series of the show (and it's subsequent spin-off, Dream Team 80's), and is the most popular character in the show's history, winning every fan poll to decide the most popular character at the end of each season (not counting seasons in which he made limited appearances and was not eligible to receive votes).
Karl Franz Karl Franz, Emperor of the Empire and Elector Count of Reikland is a fictional character in Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy setting and may be used as the General of an Army of the The Empire in the Warhammer Fantasy Battle table top wargame.
Karl Fredrik Darloren Karl Fredrik Darloren (1791-1844), Swedish poet, was born at Stensbruk in Ă–stergĂ¶tland on the 20th of June 1791. At a time when literary partisanship ran high in Sweden, and the writers divided themselves into Goths and Phosphorists, Dahlgren made himself indispensable to the Phosphorists by his polemical activity.
Karl Freiherr von Vogelsang Karl Freiherr von Vogelsang (1818 - 1890) was one of the founders of the Austrian Christian Social Party, and the founder of the Austrian Christian Social Movement. As a social reformer, he was one of the exponents of catholic antisemitism in Austria whose political beliefs made him a precursor of the Austrian fascist state of the 1930s; he was quoted in the regime's propaganda by its leader, chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss.
Karl Friedrich Bahrdt Karl Friedrich Bahrdt (August 25, 1741 - April 23, 1792), German theologian and adventurer, was born at Bischofswerda, where his father, afterwards professor, canon and general superintendent at Leipzig, was pastor.
Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer (born 13 January 1899 in Breslau; died 15 May 1957 in Goettingen) was a German chemist. As a son of Karl Bonhoeffer and Paula of hare Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer in a family buildup education citizen around, together with altogether seven brothers and sisters, under it its brothers Klaus and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Karl Friedrich Burdach Karl Friedrich Burdach (1776-1847) was a German physiologist, born in Leipzig. He was graduated in medicine there in 1800; became professor of physiology in the University of Dorpat in 1811, and four years later took a similar position in KĂ¶nigsberg.
Karl Friedrich Lessing Karl Friedrich Lessing (1808-1880) was a German historical and landscape painter, grandnephew of GĂ¶tthold Ephraim Lessing. He was born near Breslau, February 15, 1808, and was a pupil of DĂ¤hling at the Berlin Academy.
Karl Friedrich, Hereditary Prince of Hohenzollern HSH Karl Friedrich, Hereditary Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Karl Friedrich Emich Meinrad Benedikt Fidelis Maria Michael Gerold) was born on 20 April 1952 in Sigmaringen, Baden-WĂĽrttemberg, Germany. He is the eldest son of Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and Princess Margarita of Leiningen.
Karl Fritsch (botanist) Karl Fritsch (24th February 1864 - 17th January 1934) was an Austrian botanist. He was born in Vienna and educated mainly at the University of Vienna, obtaining his PhD degree in 1886 and his Habilitation in 1890.
Karl G. Maeser Karl Gottfried Maeser (January 16,1828-February 15,1901) immigrated to the United States in 1856, ending up in Utah with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1860. In 1876, Maeser became the second principal of Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah], which was later to become [[Brigham Young University.
Karl GĂĽtzlaff Karl Friedrich August GĂĽtzlaff, anglicized as Charles Gutzlaff, (8 July 1803â€“9 August 1851) was a German missionary to the Far East, notable as one of the first Protestant missionaries in Bangkok, Thailand and for his books about China. He was one of the first Protestant missionaries in China to dress like a Chinese.
Karl Geary Karl John Geary (born May 31, 1972 in Dublin, Ireland), is an actor and club owner. He moved to the United States at the age of fifteen in 1987; he later got a green card in a lottery, and ultimately became a naturalized citizen of the U.
Karl Gebhardt Karl Gebhardt (November 23, 1897 â€“ June 2, 1948) was a German medical doctor; personal physician of Heinrich Himmler and one of the main coordinators and perpetrators of surgical experiments performed on inmates of the concentration camps at RavensbrĂĽck and Auschwitz.
Karl Genzken Karl Genzken (born June 8, 1885 in Preetz, Holstein â€“ October 10, 1957 in Hamburg, Germany), a physician, he conducted human experiments on prisoners of several concentration camps. He was a Major General of the Waffen-SS and the Chief of the Medical Office of the Waffen-SS.
Karl Georg Christian von Staudt Karl Georg Christian von Staudt (January 24 1798 â€“ June 1 1867) was a German mathematician born in the Imperial Free City of Rothenburg, which is now called Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany. He studied at the University of GĂ¶ttingen from 1818 to 1822 and received a doctorate from Erlangen based on his work in determining the orbit of a comet.
Karl Germer Karl Germer (22 January 1885 - 25 October 1962) was the Outer Head of the Order (OHO) of Ordo Templi Orientis from 1947 until his death in 1962. He was born in Elberfeld, Germany and died in Westpoint, California.
Karl Glazebrook Karl Glazebrook is an Anglo-Australian astronomer best known for his work on galaxy formation, for playing a key role in developing the nod and shuffle technique for doing spectroscopy with large telescopes, and for originating the Perl Data Language (PDL).
Karl Glogauer Karl Glogauer is the protagonist of two novels by Michael Moorcock, and a secondary character in additional novels and short stories. In Behold the Man, he acts as a surrogate Christ after travelling to 28 AD in a time machine.
Karl Gottfried Lamprecht Karl Gottfried Lamprecht (February 25, 1856 Jessen, Saxony - May 10, 1915 Leipzig) was a German historian. As a student, he trained in history, political science, economics, and art at the universities of GĂ¶ttingen, Leipzig, and MĂĽnich.
Karl Gottlieb von Windisch Karl Gottlieb von Windisch was a German writer and produced a series of letters that were published as Briefe ĂĽber den Schachspieler von Kempelen nebst drey Kupferstichen die diese berĂĽhmte Maschine vorstellen, translated as Inanimate Reason; or a Circumstantial Account of That Astonishing Piece of Mechanism, M. de Kempelen's Chess-Player; Now Exhibiting at No.
Karl Gottlob Zumpt Karl Gottlob (Timotheus) Zumpt (April 1, 1792 â€“ June 25, 1894), who was educated at Heidelberg and Berlin, was from 1812 to 1827 a schoolmaster in Berlin, and in 1827 became professor of Latin literature at the university.
Karl Grobben Karl Grobben (sometimes written Carl Grobben) was an Austrian biologist, who was born on August 27 1854 in Brno, and died on April 13 1945 in Salzburg. He graduated from, and later worked at, the University of Vienna, chiefly on molluscs and crustaceans.
Karl Grossman (Murderer) Georg Karl Grossman (who commonly called himself just Karl Grossman) was a German serial killer. He committed suicide while awaiting execution without giving a full confession leaving the extent of his crimes and motives largely unknown.
Karl Guthe Jansky Karl Guthe Jansky (October 22, 1905 â€“ February 14, 1950), was an American physicist and radio engineer who in August 1931 first discovered radio waves emanating from the Milky Way. He is considered one of the founding figures of radio astronomy.
Karl Haas Karl Haas (December 6, 1913 - February 6, 2005) was a classical music radio show host whose distinctively sonorous voice and humanistic approach to making his joy of music contagious made him well-received by many. He was the host of Adventures in Good Music, which was syndicated to commercial and public radio stations around the world.
Karl Hackett Karl Hackett (b. 1962) is a British computer graphics designer who, after living under the alias Lee Simm since his release from prison in 1988, faked his own death by reporting himself missing to the Scotland Yard casualty bureau as a presumed victim of the Paddington rail crash in October 1999.
Karl Hampe Karl Hampe (1889 - 1936) was a German historian of the Middle Ages, particularly the history of the Empire in the High Middle Ages. Hampe was born in Bremen and graduated from Berlin in 1902, when he was appointed to a professorship in Heidelberg.
Karl Hankton Karl Christopher Hankton (born July 24, 1970 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American football player who currently plays wide receiver and special teams for the Carolina Panthers of the NFL. He attended Trinity College.
Karl Hans Welz Karl Hans Welz, born in Telfs/Tirol in 1944, a small town near Innsbruck, Austria, is an Austrian occultist, Armanist, practitioner of the Armanen runes and the the inventor of the Chi GeneratorÂ®, OrgoniteÂ® and Orgone Radionicsâ„˘.
Karl Harrer Karl Harrer (October 8 1890 - September 5 1926) was a German journalist and politician, one of the founding members of the "Deutsche Arbeiterpartei" ("German Workers' Party", DAP) in 1919, the party that soon would become the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP).
Karl Harrison Karl Harrison, a former Great Britain prop forward, is the head coach of Salford City Reds rugby league team. He replaced Steve McCormack in 2002 having previously been working as an assistant coach at the Bradford Bulls under coach Brian Noble.
Karl Hase Karl August von Hase (August 25, 1800â€“January 3, 1890), German Protestant theologian and Church historian, was born at Steinbach in Saxony. He studied at Leipzig and Erlangen, and in 1829 was called to Jena as professor of theology.
Karl Hass Karl Hass (October 5 1912 - April 21, 2004) was a Nazi war criminal and mass murderer. Hass was an SS officer and spy who was condemned for his participation in one of Italy's largest massacres of World War II.
Karl Haushofer General Karl Ernst Haushofer (August 27, 1869, Munich - March 13, 1946, PĂ¤hl) was a German geopolitician. Through his student Rudolf HeĂź, Haushofer's ideas may have influenced the development of Adolf Hitler's expansionist strategies, although Haushofer denied direct influence on the Nazi regime.
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Award The Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Award is an annual award, presented by the International Lesbian and Gay Law Association in honour of a distinguished lifetime contribution to the advancement of LGBT rights. The award is named in honour of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, a German activist who is believed to have been the world's first openly gay lawyer.
Karl Heinrich von Bogatzky Karl Heinrich von Bogatzky (Jankowe, Lower Silesia September 7, 1690 - June 15, 1774) was a German hymn writer. At first a page at the ducal court of Saxe-Weissenfels, he next studied law and theology at Jena and Halle; but ill health prevented his preferment he settled at Glancha in Silesia, where he founded an orphanage.
Karl Hess Karl Hess (May 25, 1923â€“April 22, 1994), was an American political philosopher and libertarian anarchist. Throughout his life, he was a speechwriter, editor, motorcyclist, hippie, welder, sculptor, atheist, tax resister.
Karl Hobbs Karl Hobbs is the current head coach of the George Washington University Colonials men's basketball team. Hobbs was a high school teammate of Patrick Ewing and played point guard in the early 1980s for the University of Connecticut.
Karl Hoffmann (German historian) Karl Hoffmann (26 February 1915 â€“ 21 May 1996) was a German historian who specialized in Indo-European and Indo-Iranian studies. He is most recognized for his achievements in his studies of Vedic Sanskrit, Avestan and Old Persian languages.
Karl Hubenthal Karl Hubenthal was a cartoonist who did both editorial and sports cartoons. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for 1961, 1967, and 1970, and their Sports Cartoon Award for 1971, 1979, 1980, and 1982.
Karl I of Austria The Blessed Karl I (Karl Franz Josef Ludwig Hubert Georg Maria von Habsburg-Lothringen) (17 August 1887 â€“ 1 April 1922) (Hungarian: IV. KĂˇroly (KĂˇroly Ferenc JĂłzsef)) was (among other titles) the last Emperor of Austria, the last King of Hungary and Bohemia, and the last monarch of the Habsburg Dynasty.
Karl III Philip, Elector Palatine Karl III Philip, Elector Palatine (November 4, 1661 â€“ December 31, 1742) was a ruler from the house of Wittelsbach. He was Elector Palatine, Count of Palatinate-Neuburg, and Duke of JĂĽlich and Berg from 1716 to 1742.
Karl Istaz Karl Istaz (born in 1924) is a German professional wrestler who is best known by his ring name Karl Gotch. In Japan he is called "The God of Pro Wrestling" due to his influence in shaping the Japanese professional wrestling style.
Karl Ivan Westman Karl Ivan Westman (August 5 1889 â€“ 1971), Swedish diplomat, 1928â€“1938 Sweden's Minister in Bern and at the League of Nations, in connection with the Continuation War Sweden's ambassador to Helsinki March 1941 â€“ October 1942, and after World War II Sweden's ambassador to Paris 1947â€“1956.
Karl Johans gate Karl Johans gate (Karl Johan Street), named after King Karl Johan, is the main street of the city of Oslo. In its current route, it connects the main railroad station in Oslo and the Royal Palace in a nearly straight line.
Karl Josef von Hefele Karl Josef von Hefele (March 15, 1809 - June 6, 1893), German theologian, was born at Unterkochen in WĂĽrttemberg, and was educated at TĂĽbingen, where in 1839 he became professor-ordinary of Church history and patristics in the Roman Catholic faculty of theology.
Karl Josef Weinmair Karl Josef Weinmair (1906-1944), also known as Karl Weinmair, was an early twentieth century German artist. His lithographs during the period of the Weimar Republic expresses the resignation and despair of the poverty and unemployment of the time.
Karl Josephs Karl Josephs (born December 19,1950 in Toronto) beginning his career in Leamington, Ontario in 1972, Josephs has been a top radio broadcaster in London, Ontario for the past 33 years. He can currently be heard on AM 1410 weekdays 6am to noon playing oldies and favorites.
Karl Kautsky Karl Kautsky (October 18 1854 - October 17 1938) was a leading theoretician of social democracy. Furthermore, he is also a significant figure in Marxist history, as he was the editor of the fourth volume of Karl Marx's economic critique, Das Kapital.
Karl KĂĽpfmĂĽller Karl KĂĽpfmĂĽller (October 6, 1897 in Nuremberg â€“ December 26, 1977 in Darmstadt) was a German electrical engineer, who was prolific in the areas of communications technology, measurement and control engineering, acoustics, communication theory and theoretical electro-technology.
Karl Kehrle Karl Kehrle, also known as Brother Adam (born in Mittelbiberach, Germany 3 August 1898 â€“ died in Buckfast, England 1 September 1996) was a Benedictine monk and an authority on bee breeding, developer of the Buckfast bee.
Karl Kennedy and Susan Smith Karl Kennedy and Susan Kinski (nĂ©e Smith, formerly Kennedy) are the two fictional characters who make up the couple Karl and Susan Kennedy in the Australian soap opera Neighbours. Karl is played by Alan Fletcher, and Susan by Jackie Woodburne.
Karl KerĂ©nyi One of the founders of modern studies in Greek mythology, Karl (Carl, KĂˇroly) KerĂ©nyi (January 19, 1897 - April 14 1973) was born in TemesvĂˇr and then lived in Hungary. His was a family of some landed property.
Karl Klaus von der Decken Baron Karl Klaus (Carl Claus) von der Decken (born August 8, 1833 in Kotzen, Brandenburg, Germany; died October 2, 1865 near Bardera, Somalia) was a German explorer of eastern Africa and the first European to attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Karl Knipper Theatre Knipper Theatre, Kniper Theatre or Knieper Theatre (Russian: Đ˘ĐµĐ°Ń‚Ń€ ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ»Đ° ĐšĐ˝Đ¸ĐżĐµŃ€Đ°) was the venue of a German theatrical troupe led by Karl Kniper which performed in Saint Petersburg beginning in 1777. The merchant Karl Kniper P.
Karl Koecher Karel FrantiĹˇek Koecher (21 September, 1934 in Bratislava) is the only mole known to have penetrated the CIA. Born in Czechoslovakia, he became a radio comedy writer and was allegedly frequently scrutinized by the Communist security forces for his satire that mocked the regime (this turned out to be a pre-planned "cover story").
Karl Kraus Karl Kraus (April 28, 1874 - June 12, 1936) was an eminent Austrian writer and journalist, known as a satirist, essayist, aphorist, playwright and poet. He is generally considered one of the foremost German-language satirists of the 20th century, especially known for his witty criticism of the press, German culture, and German and Austrian politics.
Karl Kristian Steincke Karl Kristian Vilhelm Steincke (1880-1963), a Danish minister of social welfare in the period 1929-1935, especially known because of his book "the future's social welfare", in which he states that "We treat the nonentity with all kind of care and love, but forbid him, in return, only to reproduce himself." His book was the basis of the Danish laws about Eugenia, the sterilization and castration of unwanted elements.
Karl Kuehl Karl Otto Kuehl (born September 5, 1937, in Monterey Park, California), pronounced "keel," is special advisor, baseball operations for the Cleveland Indians and a former scout, coach and manager in Major League Baseball. He also is the co-author of two books on the mental approach to baseball: The Mental Game of Baseball: A Guide to Peak Performance (1989) and A Champion's State of Mind (2005).