• Margarete Susman

    Margarete Susman (married: Margarete von Bendemann; October 14, 1872 – January 16, 1966) was a German-Jewish poet, writer, and critic who lived much of her life in Switzerland. The author of hundreds of essays, five collections of poetry, and notable literary-critical works, she distinguished herself as a philosophical writer addressing vital questions in literature, politics, culture and religion. Her 1946 work Das Buch Hiob und das Schicksal des jüdischen Volkes (1946), a reflection on Jewish history through the lens of the Biblical book of Job, was one of the earliest postwar Jewish theological responses to the Holocaust.

  • Margarete

    Margarete is a German feminine given name. It is derived from Ancient Greek margarites (μαργαρίτης), meaning "the pearl". Via the Latin margarita, it arrived in the German sprachraum. Related names in English include Daisy, Greta, Gretchen, Madge, Mae, Mag, Magee, Magdy, Magga, Maggie, Maggy, Maidie, Maisie, Marg, Margaret, Marguerite, Margarita, Margareta, Margarida, Marge, Margery, Marget, Margo, Margot, Marjorie, Marjory, Matge, May, Meg, Megan, Mairead, Mer, Meta, Rita, Molly, Peg and Peggy.

  • Margarete Gallinat

    Oberaufseherin Margarete Gallinat (born 1894, date of death unknown) was the chief supervisor at Kamp Vught, Netherlands. She later became a supervisor at Ravensbrück concentration camp.

  • Margarete Hilferding

    Margarete Hilferding

    Margarete Hilferding, born Hönigsberg (June 20, 1871 in Hernals (Vienna )– September 23, 1942 in Maly Trostenets ) was an Austrian physician and psychoanalyst.

  • Margarete Kollisch

    Margarete Kollisch (born December 9, 1893 in Vienna; died October 11, 1979 in Staten Island, New York City ) was an Austrian writer and poet who fled from the Nazis and continued her artistic creation in the United States.

  • Margarete Depner

    Margarete Depner (née, Margarete Scherg; 22 March 1885 - 2 September 1970) was a Romanian sculptor, painter and illustrator of Transylvanian Saxon ancestry. Born in Braşov in 1885, she died in 1970 in the same city. In 1931, she studied at the Berlin studio of Josef Thorak.

  • Margarete Schön

    Margarete Schön

    Margarete Schön (7 April 1895 – 26 December 1985) was a German stage and film actress whose career spanned nearly fifty years. She is possibly best recalled internationally for her role as Kriemhild in director Fritz Lang's 1924 Die Nibelungen series of two silent fantasy films, Die Nibelungen: Siegfried and Nibelungen: Kriemhild's Revenge.

  • Margarete Slezak

    Margarete Slezak (1901–1953) was an Austrian singer and actress. She was the sister of the actor Walter Slezak.

  • Margarete Neumann

    Margarete Neumann (19 February 1917 – 4 March 2002) was a German writer and lyrical poet.

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