Zeit zu leben
Zeit zu leben (Time to Live) is an East German film. It was released in 1969. It was directed by Horst Seemann and written by Wolfgang Held and Horst Seemann.
Guus is a common Dutch masculine given name. It is a diminutive of the name Augustinus.
Guus Kouwenhoven, often misspelled as Gus Kouwenhoven or Guus van Kouwenhoven (born 15 September 1942, Rotterdam ) is a Dutch arms dealer convicted for arms trafficking in Liberia during the presidency of Charles Taylor.
Guus Kuijer (Dutch pronunciation: [ɣys ˈkœyər]; born 1 August 1942) is a Dutch author. He wrote books for children and adults, and is best known for the Madelief series of children's books. For his career contribution to "children's and young adult literature in the broadest sense" he won the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award from the Swedish Arts Council in 2012, the biggest prize in children's literature. As a children's writer he was one of five finalists for the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2008.
Gustav "Guus" Schilling (born 8 February 1876 in Amsterdam - 16 January 1951 in Amsterdam ) was a Dutch male track cyclist. He was a professional cyclist between 1898 and 1916. He won the bronze medal in the sprint event at the 1901 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin, Germany.
Gustav Karl "Guus" Dräger (14 December 1917 – 25 May 1989) was a Dutch association football player, who played as a winger for SDW, DWS, Ajax, IJ.V.V. Stormvogels and for the Netherlands national team.
August "Guus" Scheffer (24 November 1898 – 1 November 1952) was a Dutch weightlifter. He competed at the 1924 and 1928 Summer Olympics in the lightweight and middleweight categories and finished in seventh and third place, respectively.
Guus Hoogmoed (born 27 September 1981 in Utrecht) is a retired Dutch sprinter, who specialised in the 100 and 200 metres.
Guus Joppen (born 14 November 1989) is a Dutch footballer. He plays as a right back for Dutch Eerste Divisie side Helmond Sport. He formerly played for Helmond Sport, VVV-Venlo, Willem II and NEC.