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Deutschland sucht den SuperStar

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Deutschland sucht den Superstar

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Ich will da raus!

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Ich will da raus!

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Mit Vorsicht genießen

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Mit Vorsicht genießen -

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Frau Sucht Liebe - Co-Abhängigkeit und Beziehungssucht

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Frau Sucht Liebe - Co-Abhängigkeit und Beziehungssucht

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Sucht 16, Sozialeministerium Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, 1999.

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Sucht 16. Stuttgart:

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2 Brinja Schmidt, Allemagne, vidéo Ein Schweinchen sucht sein Glück

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2 Brinja Schmidt, Germany, Video: Ein Schweinchen sucht sein Glück

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Publié originalement en allemand dans Sucht 1996; 42(2): 98-107.

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Originally published in German in Sucht 1996; 42(2): 98-107.

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Die Luft anhalten - order: Warum rauchen Frauen

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Frau Sucht Gesundheit - Die Luft anhalten - oder: Warum rauchen Frauen

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Il a gagné la première saison de "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar" (DSDS).

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== Career =====2002–03: "Deutschland sucht den Superstar"===In 2002, Klaws was encouraged by his family and friends to audition for the debut season of the reality television series "Deutschland sucht den Superstar".

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Il a gagné la cinquième saison de "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar" (DSDS).

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He was the winner of the fifth season of "Deutschland sucht den Superstar", the German version of Pop Idol.

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Il a gagné la troisième saison de "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar" (DSDS).

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==Music career===== 2005-2006: "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" ===After his graduation from University of Salzburg Regner auditioned for the third installment of the reality television program "Deutschland sucht den Superstar".

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Elle a gagné la deuxième saison de "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar" (DSDS).

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Around the same time, in 2003, she participated in the second season of "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar".

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O+! oralité exagérée, toxicomanie au sens large (Sucht), névrose d'acceptation.

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(0+!) Exaggerated orality, drug-addiction in the general sense (Sucht), the neurosis of abandonment.

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Il a gagné la sixième saison de "Deutschland sucht den SuperStar" (DSDS) le 09.05.2009.

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He won the sixth season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, the German edition of Pop Idol.

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Le magazine »SUCHT« (=toxicomanie) est le numéro1 parmis les revues spécialisées en langue allemande sur le sujet des dépendances.

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The journal »SUCHT« (i.e. addiction) is the widest spread scientific journal in German language with the focus on addiction.

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http://www.scrapperin.blogspot.de/2012/10/die-scrapperin-sucht-neue-designer-fur.html

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http://www.scrapperin.blogspot.de/2012/10/die-scrapperin-sucht-neue-designer-fur.html

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Anton Zinkl, compositeur de musique éléctronique et mari de Kiki Knuege-Sand (G.XX.26 - ils étaient avec nous à Ratisbonne en 2007), a lu de son nouveau roman (avec Hans Schlicht), "Ober sucht Frau", le 19 mars 2011, à la Pasinger Fabrik (Munich).

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Anton Zinkl, designer, e-composer, and husband of Kiki Gnuege-Sand (G.XX.26 - they were with us in Regensburg 2007) read from his new novel (with Hans Schlicht), "Ober sucht Frau", on 19 March 2011, at the Pasinger Fabrik in Munich.

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Il n'est autre que l'auteur du livret de cette "Léonore " - première manière - que Beethoven devait mettre en admirable musique sous le titre de Fidelio - que j'évoquais ici même l'année dernière - et dont la morale ultime, psalmodiée par le chœur en un hymne à la libération des prisonniers d'opinion, est : "Es sucht der Bruder seine Brüder , Und kann er helfen , hilft er gern " .

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He was the author of Leonora, from which was derived the libretto to which Beethoven was to compose the magnificent music of Fidelio - referred to by myself on this very platform last year. The ultimate moral of the story is chanted by the chorus as a hymn celebrating the release of prisoners held for their personal convictions : "Es sucht der Brüder seine Brüder und kann er helfen hilft er gem " (13).

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Une première réunion d'experts sur le thème > s'est tenue le 23 novembre 2001, en collaboration avec le Bureau de coordination et d'information sur l'alcool (Alkohol Koordinations- und Informations Stelle, AKIS), à l'Institut Anton-Proksch (API) et à l'Institut Ludwig Boltzmann pour la recherche sur les comportements addictifs (LBI Sucht).

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The first step was the experts' meeting "Youth and Alcohol " on 23 November 2001 which was held in cooperation with the Alcohol Coordination and Information Office (Alkohol Koordinations- und Informations Stelle, AKIS) at the Anton-Proksch Institute (API) and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Addiction Research (LBI Sucht).

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) (naissance en 1956)#Dieter Bohlen, producteur de musique et jury de "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" (Nouvelle Star) (né en 1954)#Jan Ullrich, coureur cycliste professionnel (né en 1973)#Steffi Graf, joueuse de tennis (né en 1969)#Samuel Hahnemann, médecin, inventeur de l'homéopathie (1755-1843)#Dietrich Bonhoeffer, pasteur et militant anti-nazi(1906-1945)#Boris Becker, joueur de tennis (né en 1967)#Franz Beckenbauer, joueur de football, entraîneur (né en 1945)#Oskar Schindler, industriel ayant sauvé juifs (1908-1974)#Nena, chanteuse (née en 1960)#Hans-Dietrich Genscher, homme politique (né en 1927)#Heinz Rühmann, acteur (1902-1994)#Harald Schmidt, animateur de télévision (né en 1957)#Frédéric II de Prusse ("Frédéric le Grand"), roi de Prusse(1712-1786)#Emmanuel Kant, philosophe, figure majeure des Lumières (1724-1804)#Patrick Lindner, chanteur (né en 1960)#Hartmut Engler, chanteur (né en 1961)#Hildegarde de Bingen, religieuse, écrivain, compositrice (1098-1179)#Heino, chanteur (né en 1938)#Richard von Weizsäcker, Président de la de 1984 à 1994 (naissance en 1920)#Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg, officier de la Wehrmacht et militant antinazi (1907-1944)#Marlene Dietrich, actrice et chanteuse (1901-1992)#Robert Koch, médecin, découvreur du bacille responsable de la tuberculose (1843-1910)#Joschka Fischer, Ministre des Affaires Étrangères et vice-chancelier de 1998 à 2005 (naissance en 1948)#Karl May, écrivain (1842-1912)#Loriot (Vicco von Bülow), satiriste (naissance en 1923)#Albert le Grand, archevêque et théologien (1200-1280)#Rudi Völler, footballeur (naissance en 1960)#Heinz Erhardt, comédien (1909-1979)#Roy Black, chanteur et acteur (1943-1991)#Heinz-Harald Frentzen, racing driver (naissance en 1967)#Wolfgang Apel, défenseur de la cause des animaux (naissance en 1951)#Alexander von Humboldt, explorateur, botaniste et homme de science (1769-1859)#Peter Kraus, chanteur (naissance en 1939)#Wernher von Braun, pionnier de l'aérospatiale (1912-1977)#Dirk Nowitzki, champion de basket-ball (naissance en 1978)#Campino, chanteur (Die Toten Hosen) (naissance en 1962)#Franz Josef Strauß, homme politique (1915-1988)#Sebastian Kneipp, médecin (1821-1897)#Friedrich Schiller, écrivain (1759-1805)#Richard Wagner, compositeur (1813-1883)#Katarina Witt, patineuse (naissance en 1965)#Fritz Walter, athlete (football), captain of 1954 world championship winners (1920-2002)#Nicole, chanteuse (naissance en 1964)#Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, priest (1831-1910)#Otto Lilienthal, pionnier de l’aviation (1848-1896)#comtesse Marion von Dönhoff, éditrice (1909-2002)#Thomas Mann, écrivain (1875-1955)#Hermann Hesse, écrivain (1877-1962)#Romy Schneider, actrice (1938-1982)#Sven Hannawald, skieur (naissance en 1974)#Elisabeth de Bavière ("Sissi"), royal consort (1837-1898)#Willy Millowitsch, acteur et humoriste (1909-1999)#Gerhard Schröder, chancelier de 1998 à 2005 (naissance en 1944)#Joseph Beuys, artiste (1921-1986)#Friedrich Nietzsche, philosophe (1844-1900)#Rudi Dutschke, leader étudiant des années 1960 (1940-1979)#Karl Lehmann, priest (naissance en 1936)#Beate Uhse, entrepreneur erotica (1919-2001)# les « Trümmerfrauen » ("femmes des ruines"), qui reconstruisirent l'Allemagne après 1945#Carl Friedrich Gauss, mathématicien et physicien (1777-1855)#Helmut Rahn, footballeur, buteur qui qualifia l'Allemagne pour la Coupe du Monde de 1954 (1929-2003)#Albrecht Dürer, graveur et dessinateur (1471-1528)#Max Schmeling, boxeur (1905-2005)#Karl Benz, pionnier de l’automobile (1844-1929)#empereur Frédéric II, (1194-1250)#Reinhard Mey, chanteur-songwriter (naissance en 1942)#Heinrich Heine, écrivain et poète (1797-1856)#Georg Elser, assassin de Hitler (1903-1945)#Konrad Duden, lexicographe et linguiste (1829-1911)#James Last, compositeur (naissance en 1929)#Uwe Seeler, footballeur (naissance en 1936)#Jenny de la Torre Castro, dite « l’Ange des sans-abris » (naissance en 1954)#Erich Gutenberg, économiste (1897-1984)#Emanuel Lasker, champion du monde d'échecs (1868-1941)#Rudolf Steiner, philosophe (1861-1925)#Edith Stein, théologienne (1891-1942)#Farin Urlaub, musicien (Die Ärzte) (naissance en 1963)#Xavier Naidoo, chanteur (naissance en 1971)#Nicolas Copernic, astronome (1473-1543) ** voir ci-dessus **#Adam Riese, mathématicien (1492-1559)#Gottlieb Daimler, pionnier de l’automobile (1834-1900)#Erich Kästner, écrivain (1899-1974)#Rosa Luxemburg, militante politique (1871-1919)#Bertolt Brecht, dramaturge (1898-1956)#Theodor Heuss, homme politique (1884-1963)#Othon le Grand, premier monarque allemand (912-973)#Sigmund Freud, psychanalyste (1856-1939)#Christine Licci, PDG de Citibank (naissance en 1964)#Wilhelm Busch, écrivain (1832-1908)#Hildegard Hamm-Brücher, femme politique (naissance en 1921)#Udo Lindenberg, musicien (naissance en 1946)#Eugen Drewermann, théologien (naissance en 1940)#Ferdinand Sauerbruch, physician (1875-1951)#Peter Maffay, musicien (naissance en 1949)#Josef Frings, cardinal archevêque de Cologne (1887-1978)#Silke Fritzen, candidat promu par un vote internet#Max Planck, physicien, père de la mécanique quantique (1858-1947)#Johannes Rau, homme politique, Président Fédéral 1999-2004 (1931-2006)#Jacob et Wilhelm Grimm, les "frères Grimm ", écrivains et philologues (1785-1863 and 1786-1859)#Baron de Münchhausen, personnage légendaire (1720-1797)#Guillaume II, dernier empereur allemand (1859-1941)#Rudolf Augstein, journaliste et éditeur (1923-2002)#Heinrich Böll, écrivain (1917-1985)#Ralf Schumacher, pilote de course (naissance en 1975)#Anne Frank, écrivain et victime du Nazisme (1929-1945)#Barberousse, roi des Romains (1122-1190)#Sigmund Jähn, cosmonaute, premier allemand dans l’espace (naissance en 1937)#Franziska van Almsick, nageuse (naissance en 1979)#Clemens August Graf von Galen, théologien et résistant (1878-1946)#Louis II "le roi fou" (1845-1886)#Carl Friedrich Zeiss, physicien, père de l'optique moderne (1816-1888)#Hildegard Knef, actrice et chanteuse (1925-2002)#Levi Strauss, entrepreneur et inventeur (jeans) (1829-1902)#Sepp Herberger, entraîneur de footballde l'équipe championne du monde en 1954 (1897-1977)#Klaus Kinski, acteur (1926-1991)#Werner von Siemens, physicien et industriel (1816-1892)#Ferdinand Porsche, constructeur d’automobiles (1875-1951)#Peter Scholl-Latour, journaliste (naissance en 1924)#August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben, writer of national anthem lyrics (1798-1874)#Siegfried & Roy, illusionistes et dompteurs (naissance en 1939 et 1944)#Christoph Langen, champion de bobsleigh (naissance en 1962)#Michelle, chanteuse (naissance en 1974)#Manfred von Ardenne, physicien (1907-1997)#Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, philosophe, mathématicien, physicien et diplomate (1646-1716)#Arthur Schopenhauer, philosophe (1788-1860)#Kurt Tucholsky, écrivain (1890-1935)#Karl (naissance en 1920) et Theo Albrecht (naissance en 1922), entrepreneurs (Aldi)#Joseph Ratzinger, cardinal (naissance en 1927) (devenu pape Benoît XVI en 2005)#Werner Heisenberg, physicien (1901-1976)#Harald Juhnke, acteur (1929-2005)#Till Eulenspiegel, bouffon et trublion, devenu personnage de légende, mentionné dès 1510-1511 (-)#Götz George, acteur (naissance en 1938)#Rudolf Diesel, inventeur (1858-1913)#Stefan Raab, présentateur de télévision et musicien (naissance en 1966)#Hans Albers, chanteur et acteur (1891-1960)#Nina Hagen, chanteuse (naissance en 1954)#Johannes Kepler, astronome (1571-1630)#Hans Rosenthal, présentateur de télévision (1925-1987)#Rupert Neudeck, médecin et philanthrope (Cap Anamur) (naissance en 1939)#Dieter Hildebrandt, humoriste (naissance en 1927)#Marie-Theres Kroetz Relin, actrice et femme au foyer (naissance en 1966)#Kilian Saum, priest (naissance en 1958)#Hans Söllner, chanteur (naissance en 1955)#Gregor Gysi, homme politique est-allemand (naissance en 1948)#Arminius le Chérusque, chef germain, vainqueur des Romains à Teutoburg#Günter Grass, écrivain (naissance en 1927)#Inge Meysel, actrice (1910-2004)#Hans Hartz, musicien (1943-2002)#Karl Lagerfeld, créateur de haute-couture (naissance en 1933 or 1938)#Oliver Kahn, footballeur (naissance en 1969)#Gerd Müller, footballeur (naissance en 1945)#Ferdinand von Zeppelin, pionnier de l'aéronautique (1838-1917)#Nikolaus August Otto, inventeur du moteur à explosion (1832-1891)#Grete Schickedanz, pionnier de la vente par correspondance avec "Quelle" (1911-1994)#Clara Zetkin, suffragette (1857-1933)#Hannah Arendt, journaliste et philosophe (1906-1975)#Roman Herzog, Président de la République Fédérale de 1994 à 1999 (naissance en 1934)#Hermann Oberth, physicien et pionnier de l'aérospatiale (1894-1984)#Karl Valentin, humoriste (1882-1948)#Frank Schöbel, chanteur est-allemand (naissance en 1942)#Jakob Fugger, premier banquier de l’ère moderne, magnat de l’alun (1459-1525)#Henry Maske, boxeur (naissance en 1964)#Helmut Zacharias, violoniste (1920-2002)#Michael Ballack, footballeur (naissance en 1976)#Bernhard Grzimek, zoologue et auteur de films documentaires (1909-1987)#Richard Strauss, compositeur (1864-1949)#Edmund Stoiber, homme politique (naissance en 1941)#Klaus Störtebeker, pirate (ca.

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==Final list==# Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany 1949–1963 (1876–1967)# Martin Luther, leader of the reformation, father of Protestantism (1483–1546)# Karl Marx, political economist, philosopher (1818–1883)# Sophie and Hans Scholl, White Rose young anti-Nazi students (1921/1918-1943)# Willy Brandt, West German chancellor from 1969–1974, implemented the Ostpolitik (1913–1992)# Johann Sebastian Bach, composer (1685–1750)# Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, writer (1749–1832)# Johannes Gutenberg, inventor of movable type printing in Europe (1400–1468)# Otto von Bismarck, politician responsible for creation of German Empire in 1871, and hence its first chancellor (1815–1898)# Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist who discovered the general theory of relativity (1879–1955)# Adolph Kolping, priest (1813–1865)# Ludwig van Beethoven, composer (1770–1827)# Helmut Kohl, West German chancellor from 1982–1998, important figure for Germany's Reunification (born 1930)# Robert Bosch, inventor and industrialist (1861–1942)# Daniel Küblböck, singer (born 1985)# Konrad Zuse, computer inventor (1910–1995)# Joseph Kentenich, priest (1885–1968)# Albert Schweitzer, physician and philanthropist (1875–1965)# Karlheinz Böhm, actor and charity activist (1928–2014)# Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composer (1756–1791)# Helmut Schmidt, West German chancellor from 1974–1982 (born 1918)# Regine Hildebrandt, politician (1941–2001)# Alice Schwarzer, feminist journalist (born 1942)# Thomas Gottschalk, TV host (born 1950)# Herbert Grönemeyer, musician (born 1956)# Michael Schumacher, racing driver (born 1969)# Ludwig Erhard, west German chancellor, creator of the Wirtschaftswunder in the 1950s (1897–1977)# Wilhelm Röntgen, physicist (1845–1923)# Günther Jauch, television celebrity and journalist (born 1956)# Dieter Bohlen, television celebrity and music producer (born 1954)# Jan Ullrich, athlete (cycling) (born 1973)# Steffi Graf, athlete (tennis) (born 1969)# Samuel Hahnemann, physician (1755–1843)# Dietrich Bonhoeffer, theologian and Nazi victim (1906–1945)# Boris Becker, athlete (tennis) (born 1967)# Franz Beckenbauer, athlete (football), coach and organiser (born 1945)# Oskar Schindler, industrialist, saviour of 1200 Jews, subject of the novel "Schindler's Ark" and the film "Schindler's List" (1908–1974)# Nena, singer (born 1960)# Hans-Dietrich Genscher, politician (born 1927)# Heinz Rühmann, actor (1902–1994)# Harald Schmidt, comedian (born 1957)# Frederick II of Prussia ("Frederick the Great") king (1712–1786)# Immanuel Kant, philosopher, leading figure of the Enlightenment (1724–1804)# Patrick Lindner, singer (born 1960)# Hartmut Engler, singer (Pur) (born 1961)# Hildegard von Bingen, nun, writer and musician (1098–1179)# Heino, singer (born 1938)# Richard von Weizsäcker, Federal President from 1984–1994 (born 1920)# Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg, military officer and Anti-Hitler activist (1907–1944)# Marlene Dietrich, actress and singer (1901–1992)# Robert Koch, physician (1843–1910)# Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor from 1998–2005 (born 1948)# Karl May, writer (1842–1912)# Loriot (Vicco von Bülow), satirist (1923–2011)# Albertus Magnus, scholar (1200–1280)# Rudi Völler, athlete (football) (born 1960)# Heinz Erhardt, comedian (1909–1979)# Roy Black, singer and actor (1943–1991)# Heinz-Harald Frentzen, racing driver (born 1967)# , animal rights activist (born 1951)# Alexander von Humboldt, scientist (1769–1859)# Peter Kraus, singer (born 1939)# Wernher von Braun, rocket scientist (1912–1977)# Dirk Nowitzki, athlete (basketball) (born 1978)# Campino, singer (Die Toten Hosen) (born 1962)# Franz Josef Strauß, politician (1915–1988)# Sebastian Kneipp, physician (1821–1897)# Friedrich Schiller, writer (1759–1805)# Richard Wagner, composer (1813–1883)# Katarina Witt, athlete (figure skating) (born 1965)# Fritz Walter, footballer, captain of 1954 world championship winners (1920–2002)# Nicole, singer (born 1964)# Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, priest (1831–1910)# Otto Lilienthal, aviation pioneer (1848–1896)# Marion Gräfin Dönhoff, editor (1909–2002)# Thomas Mann, writer (1875–1955)# Hermann Hesse, writer (1877–1962)# Romy Schneider, actress (1938–1982)# Sven Hannawald, athlete (ski jumping) (born 1974)# Empress Elisabeth of Austria ("Sissi"), royal consort (1837–1898)# Willy Millowitsch, actor and comedian (1909–1999)# Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor from 1998–2005 (born 1944)# Joseph Beuys, artist (1921–1986)# Friedrich Nietzsche, philosopher (1844–1900)# Rudi Dutschke, student leader in the 1960s (1940–1979)# Karl Lehmann, priest (born 1936)# Beate Uhse, erotica entrepreneur (1919–2001)# Trümmerfrauen ("rubble women"), rebuilding Germany after the war# Carl Friedrich Gauss, mathematician and physicist (1777–1855)# Helmut Rahn, athlete (football), scorer of winning goal in 1954 (1929–2003)# Albrecht Dürer, artist (1471–1528)# Max Schmeling, athlete (boxing) (1905–2005)# Karl Benz, automobile pioneer (1844–1929)# Frederick II, emperor (1194–1250)# Reinhard Mey, singer-songwriter (born 1942)# Heinrich Heine, writer (1797–1856)# Georg Elser, Hitler assassin (1903–1945)# Konrad Duden, linguist (1829–1911)# James Last, composer (born 1929)# Uwe Seeler, athlete (football) (born 1936)# , "Angel of the Homeless" (born 1954)# Erich Gutenberg, economist (1897–1984)# Emanuel Lasker, chess champion (1868–1941)# Rudolf Steiner, philosopher (1861–1925)# Edith Stein, theologian (1891–1942)# Farin Urlaub, musician (Die Ärzte) (born 1963)# Xavier Naidoo, singer (born 1971)# Nicolaus Copernicus, astronomer (1473–1543)# Adam Riese, mathematician (1492–1559)# Gottlieb Daimler, automobile pioneer (1834–1900)# Erich Kästner, writer (1899–1974)# Rosa Luxemburg, politician (1871–1919)# Bertolt Brecht, writer (1898–1956)# Theodor Heuss, politician (1884–1963)# Otto I the Great, monarch (912–973)# Sigmund Freud, psychoanalyst (1856–1939)# , Citibank chief (born 1964)# Wilhelm Busch, writer (1832–1908)# Hildegard Hamm-Brücher, politician (born 1921)# Udo Lindenberg, musician (born 1946)# Eugen Drewermann, theologian (born 1940)# Ferdinand Sauerbruch, physician (1875–1951)# Peter Maffay, musician (born 1949)# Josef Frings, cardinal archbishop of Cologne (1887–1978)# Silke Fritzen, entry pushed by a group of internet users# Max Planck, physicist (1858–1947)# Johannes Rau, politician, Federal President 1999–2004 (1931–2006)# Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, "Brothers Grimm ", linguists (1785–1863 and 1786–1859)# Hieronymus Karl Friedrich, Freiherr von Münchhausen, legendary nobleman and entertainer (1720–1797)# Wilhelm II, last German emperor (1859–1941)# Rudolf Augstein, journalist and publisher (1923–2002)# Heinrich Böll, writer (1917–1985)# Ralf Schumacher, racing driver (born 1975)# Anne Frank, teenage diary writer and Nazi victim (1929–1945)# Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor ("Barbarossa"), monarch (1122–1190)# Sigmund Jähn, cosmonaut, first German in space (born 1937)# Franziska van Almsick, athlete (swimming) (born 1979)# Clemens August Graf von Galen, theologian and resistance fighter (1878–1946)# Ludwig II, "the Fairy tale King", king of Bavaria (1845–1886)# Carl Friedrich Zeiss, physicist (1816–1888)# Hildegard Knef, actress and singer (1925–2002)# Levi Strauss, entrepreneur and inventor (jeans) (1829–1902)# Sepp Herberger, football coach of the 1954 world cup winning team(1897–1977)# Klaus Kinski, actor (1926–1991)# Werner von Siemens, physicist and entrepreneur (1816–1892)# Ferdinand Porsche, automobile constructor (1875–1951)# Peter Scholl-Latour, journalist (born 1924)# August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben, writer of national anthem lyrics (1798–1874)# Siegfried & Roy, illusionists and tiger tamers (born 1939 and 1944)# Christoph Langen, athlete (bobsledding) (born 1962)# Michelle, singer (born 1974)# Manfred von Ardenne, physicist (1907–1997)# Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, universal scholar (1646–1716)# Arthur Schopenhauer, philosopher (1788–1860)# Kurt Tucholsky, writer (1890–1935)# Karl (born 1920) and Theo Albrecht (born 1922), entrepreneurs (Aldi)# Joseph Ratzinger, cardinal (born 1927) (became Pope Benedict XVI in 2005)# Werner Heisenberg, physicist (1901–1976)# Harald Juhnke, actor (1929–2005)# Till Eulenspiegel, literary figure as joker and jester, first appeared 1510/1511 (-)# Götz George, actor (born 1938)# Rudolf Diesel, inventor (1858–1913)# Stefan Raab, TV host and musician (born 1966)# Hans Albers, singer and actor (1891–1960)# Nina Hagen, singer (born 1954)# Johannes Kepler, astronomer (1571–1630)# Hans Rosenthal, TV host (1925–1987)# Rupert Neudeck, physician and charity activist (Cap Anamur) (born 1939)# Dieter Hildebrandt, comedian (born 1927)# , actress and housewife (born 1966)# , priest (born 1958)# Hans Söllner, singer (born 1955)# Gregor Gysi, (East) German politician (born 1948)# Arminius, der Cherusker, Germanic leader in battle vs. Romans (-)# Günter Grass, writer (born 1927)# Inge Meysel, actress (1910–2004)# , musician (1943–2002)# Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer (born 1933 or 1938)# Oliver Kahn, athlete (football) (born 1969)# Gerd Müller, athlete (football) (born 1945)# Ferdinand von Zeppelin, airship pioneer (1838–1917)# Nikolaus Otto, inventor (1832–1891)# , Quelle mail-order entrepreneur (1911–1994)# Clara Zetkin, women's rights activist (1857–1933)# Hannah Arendt, journalist and philosopher (1906–1975)# Roman Herzog, Federal President 1994–1999(born 1934)# Hermann Oberth, rocket physicist (1894–1984)# Karl Valentin, comedian (1882–1948)# Frank Schöbel, East German singer (born 1942)# Jakob Fugger, entrepreneur (1459–1525)# Henry Maske, athlete (boxing) (born 1964)# Helmut Zacharias, violinist (1920–2002)# Michael Ballack, athlete (football) (born 1976)# Bernhard Grzimek, animal scientist and filmer (1909–1987)# Richard Strauss, composer (1864–1949)# Edmund Stoiber, politician (born 1941)# Klaus Störtebeker, pirate (ca.

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