• Norbert Schultze

    Norbert Arnold Wilhelm Richard Schultze (26 January 1911 in Brunswick – 14 October 2002 in Bad Tolz ) was a prolific German composer of film music and a member of the NSDAP and of Joseph Goebbels' staff during World War II. He is best remembered for having written the melody of the World War II classic "Lili Marleen ", originally a poem from the 1915 book Die kleine Hafenorgel by Hans Leip.

  • Thomas Norberg Schulz

    Thomas Norberg Schulz (12 July 1866 – 28 May 1950) was a Norwegian engineer.

  • Elisabeth Norberg Schulz

  • Norbert

    Norbert is a Germanic given name, from nord "north" and berht "bright". Norbert is also occasionally found as a surname.

  • Norbert Kovacs (footballer)

  • Norbert Schemansky

    Norbert Schemansky

    Norbert "Norb" Schemansky (May 30, 1924 – September 7, 2016) was an American weightlifter. He was the first weightlifter to win four Olympic medals, despite missing the 1956 Summer Olympics due to back problems. He won a silver medal in the 1948 Summer Olympic Games, a gold in the 1952 Summer Olympics and bronzes in the 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics.

  • Norbert Vesak

    Norbert Vesak

    Norbert Vesak (October 22, 1936 – October 2, 1990), one of Canada's leading choreographers in the 1970s, was a ballet dancer, choreographer, theatrical director, master teacher, dance columnist, lecturer, and opera ballet director, known for his unique, flamboyant style and his multimedia approach to classical and contemporary choreography. He is credited with helping to bring modern dance to Western Canada.

  • Norbert Kovacs (swimmer)

  • Norbert Brainin

    Norbert Brainin

    Norbert Brainin, OBE (12 March 1923 in Vienna – 10 April 2005 in London ) was the first violinist of the Amadeus Quartet, one of the world's most highly regarded string quartets.

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