• Hans von der Groeben

    Hans von der Groeben (14 May 1907 – 6 March 2005) was a German diplomat, scientist and journalist and member of the European Commission.

  • Hans Jürgen von der Wense

    Hans Jürgen von der Wense (10 November 1894 – 9 November 1966) was a German poet, composer, photographer, aphorist and hiker.

  • Hans Conrad Escher von der Linth

    Hans Conrad Escher von der Linth (born 24 August 1767 in Zürich; died 9 March 1823) was a Swiss scientist, artist, and politician. He headed the "Great Council of Switzerland" in 1798, a period of French occupation. He also published a survey of the Swiss Alps and is perhaps most significant for his work in the project to "tame" the Linth river. His son was geologist Arnold Escher von der Linth.

  • Hans von Hentig

    Hans von Hentig (9 June 1887 in Berlin – 6 July 1974 in Bad Tölz ) was a German criminal psychologist and politician.He was the second son of lawyer Otto von Hentig (1852–1934) .His older brother was later diplomat Werner Otto von Hentig. Otto von Hentig was one of the leading lawyers in Berlin. Hans von Hentig was instrumental in the setting up of a short-lived Bavarian Soviet Republic in 1919. During the 1920s he was a prominent exponent of National Bolshevism. He emigrated to United States in 1935. Hans von Hentig worked on Yale University.

  • Hans von Blixen-Finecke Jr.

    Hans von Blixen-Finecke Jr.

    Baron Nils Gustaf Fredrik Bror "Hans" von Blixen-Finecke, Jr. (20 July 1916 – 16 February 2005) was a Swedish Army officer and horse rider. He competed in the three-day eventing at the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics and won individual and team gold medals in 1952.

  • Hans von Arnim

    Hans von Arnim (14 September 1859, Groß Fredenwalde – 26 May 1931, Vienna ) was a German-Austrian classical philologist, who specialized in studies of Plato and Aristotle.

  • Hans von Freden

    Leutnant Hans von Freden was a World War I flying ace credited with 20 aerial victories.

  • Hans von Bartels

    Hans von Bartels (25 December 1856 – 5 October 1913) was a German painter.

  • Hans von Trotha

    Hans von Trotha (c. 1450 – 1503) was a German knight and marshal of the prince-elector of the Palatinate. He also bore the French honorary title of a Chevalier d’Or. In 1480, the elector enfeoffed him with the two castles of Berwartstein and Grafendahn which lay in the South Palatine part of the Wasgau region within the Palatinate Forest. In local folklore he is known as Hans Trapp or, more rarely, Hans Trott.

  • Hans von Sagan

    Hans von Sagan was a heroic figure from East Prussian folklore.

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