• Gerhard Kittel

    Gerhard Kittel

    Gerhard Kittel (23 September 1888, Breslau – 11 July 1948, Tübingen ) was a German Lutheran theologian and lexicographer of biblical languages. He was an enthusiastic supporter of the Nazis. and an open antisemite. He is best known in the field of Biblical study for his Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Neuen Testament (Theological Dictionary of the New Testament).

  • Gerhard

    Gerhard is a name of Germanic origin and may refer to:

  • Gerhard Schroder (television executive)

  • Gerhard Schroder (CDU)

  • Gerhard Schroder (disambiguation)

  • Gerhard Bremer

    The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes) and its variants were the highest awards in the military of the Third Reich during World War II. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded for a wide range of reasons and across all ranks, from successful military leadership to extreme battlefield bravery. A total of 7,321 awards were made between its first presentation on 30 September 1939 and its last bestowal on 17 June 1945. This number is based on the analysis and acceptance of the order commission of the Association of Knight's Cross Recipients (AKCR). Presentations were made to members of the three military branches of the Wehrmacht —the Heer (Army ), Kriegsmarine (Navy ) and Luftwaffe (Air Force )—as well as the Waffen-SS, the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD—Reich Labour Service) and the Volkssturm (German national militia ). There were also 43 recipients in the military forces of allies of the Third Reich.

  • Gerhard Narholz

    Gerhard Narholz

    Gerhard Narholz (born June 9, 1937) is a classically trained composer, arranger and conductor, dedicated to easy listening and film score music. 1958-1965 he wrote pop songs for artists such as Petula Clark, Heidi Brühl, Bill Ramsey and film scores for various German feature films and TV series. He also produced various instrumental pop albums for Polydor Germany and Tokyo (under his pseudonym Otto Sieben). 1965 Narholz founded the Sonoton Recorded Music Library. 1970-1980 Narholz arranged, produced and conducted numerous LPs with large string orchestra under his pseudonym Norman Candler for Decca Records / Telefunken, Germany and King Records, Tokyo. 1971 Norman Candler received the "3 Star Award" from BBC London for "Best Album of the Year".

  • Gerhard Konopka

    The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes) and its variants were the highest awards in the military and paramilitary forces of Nazi Germany during World War II. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded for a wide range of reasons and across all ranks, from a senior commander for skilled leadership of his troops in battle to a low-ranking soldier for a single act of extreme gallantry. A total of 7,321 awards were made between its first presentation on 30 September 1939 and its last bestowal on 17 June 1945. This number is based on the analysis and acceptance of the Order Commission of the Association of Knight's Cross Recipients (AKCR). Presentations were made to members of the three military branches of the Wehrmacht —the Heer (army), Kriegsmarine (Navy) and Luftwaffe (air force)—as well as the Waffen-SS, the Reich Labour Service and the Volkssturm (German national militia ). There were also 43 foreign recipients of the award.

  • Gerhard Mertins

    Gerhard Mertins (30 December 1919 – 19 March 1993) was a German paratrooper, arms trafficker, Nazi and associate of pedophile cult leader Paul Schäfer. In 1943, he participated in the Gran Sasso raid rescuing Benito Mussolini from prison.

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