• Hermann of Wied

    Hermann of Wied

    Hermann of Wied (German: Hermann von Wied) (14 January 1477 – 15 August 1552) was the Archbishop-Elector of Cologne from 1515 to 1546.

  • Hermann, Prince of Wied

    Hermann, Prince of Wied

    Hermann, Prince of Wied (German: Wilhelm Hermann Karl Fürst von Wied; 22 May 1814 – 5 March 1864) was a German nobleman, elder son of Johann August Karl, Prince of Wied. He was the father of Queen Elisabeth of Romania and grandfather of William, Prince of Albania.

  • Hermann of Cilli

    Hermann of Cilli

    Hermann of Cilli (1383–13 December 1421), also known as Armand de Cilli, or Herniosus mit dem Bruche ("Herniosus with the rupture"), was born in Cilli, the illegitimate son, although later legitimated, of Count Hermann II of Celje, of the family of the Counts of Cilli and Sanneck, whose family seat was in Celje Castle (Burg Obercilli, now in Slovenia ).

  • Moritz Hermann of Limburg

    Moritz Hermann of Limburg, (born 1664, died 1703), count of Limburg Stirum, son of Moritz of Limburg Stirum, was the second reigning count of the branch Limburg-Styrum-Styrum.

  • Hermann of Altach

    Hermann of Altach (1200 or 1201 – 31 July 1275) was a medieval historian. He received his education at the Benedictine monastery of Niederaltaich, where he afterwards made his vows and was appointed custodian of the church. In this capacity he became thoroughly acquainted with the records of the monastery. Under Abbot Ditmar (1232–42) he was sent on important missions concerning the interests of the monastery, first to the emperor in Verona, then to the Roman Curia in 1239 and again in 1240. On 27 October 1242, he was elected Abbot of Niederaltaich. During his abbacy of thirty-one years the monastic discipline and the finances of the monastery were reportedly greatly improved. On 12 March 1273, he resigned his office on account of ill-health and old age, and spent the remaining two years of his life in retirement at his monastery.

  • First cabinet of Hermann Jónasson

    The First cabinet of Hermann Jónasson was formed 28 July 1934.

  • Hermann of Fritzlar

    Hermann of Fritzlar was a medieval German mystic and author of a collection of legends, the Buch von der Heiligen Leben (Book of the Lives of the Saints), also known as Das Heiligenleben (The Saints' Life), which was written between 1343 and 1349.

  • Second cabinet of Hermann Jónasson

    The Second cabinet of Hermann Jónasson was formed 2 April 1938.

  • Prince Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1825–1901)

    Prince Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1825–1901)

    Hermann George Bernard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (4 August 1825 at Altenstein Castle – 31 August 1901 in Berchtesgaden ) was Prince of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Duke of Saxony, and a general in the Württemberger army.

  • Fifth cabinet of Hermann Jónasson

    Fifth cabinet of Hermann Jónasson

    The Fifth cabinet of Hermann Jónasson in Iceland was formed 24 July 1956.

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