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  Amalie Wilde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amalie Wilde was a concentration camp guard at Buchenwald, a camp in central Germany during World War II.
Amalie Wilde (or Vilde) was born Amalie Jung on May 12, 1924, or on June 2, 1922 in Holzheim or Munich, Germany (her file is not clear).
In September 1941 Amalie was sent to Buchenwald as one of the first female overseers in the camp under Ilse Koch.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Amalie_Wilde   (183 words)

 Amalia (Molly) Altwasser
Amalie was the fourth daughter born to Friedrich W. Altwasser and Wilhelmine Wilde and was born in the Shitomir Parish of Volhynia, Russia on September 1, 1877 based on the Julian calendar, and on September 13 based on the Gregorian calendar (Western European and North American calendar).
Amalie came to Canada with her parents and was listed as a spinster, age 19, on the ship's record log.
Amalie continued to live in Vibank and near the end of her life, she lived for various periods of time with each of her children and their families, but especially at her sons' homes.
members.shaw.ca /d_y_g/2_amalia_4.htm   (1695 words)

 Hotel Sophie Amalie
Amali Ward (born 2 July 1988) is one of the top 12 finalists in the second series of Australian Idol, in Australia.
Amali was ranked third last in the first round of the finals, but made it through cleanly in the second round.
This made her very popular with the male population, unfortunately this made a lot of teenage girls jealous who then voted her off the show, although she wasn't a singing sensation none of the Idols were, a rather unattractive girl won the final as she won on sympathy votes.
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 Sophie Amalie Hotel
Amalie Payrleitner was a guard at the Mauthausen and Ravensbruck camps during the last years of World War II.
Amalie Payrleitner was born in Vienna, Austria on June 16, 1922.
On October 1, 1944, she reported to the Mauthausen camp in near Linz to be trained as an SS elite guard.
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 (Surnames from Wild, Elizabeth ) San Francisco Call Newspaper Vital Records for 1869-1891
Wild, Mary A. married in 1883 to Jacks, Jas.
Wild, William E. married in 1878 to Jackson, Mary C. Wild, dau of Benjamin...
Wilde, William B. married in 1881 to Roberts, Fannie A. Wilde, William E. married in 1889 to Robertson, Mary...
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 2-Fred Altwasser
She was the oldest daughter of Friedrich Altwasser and Wilhelmine Wilde.
Augusta Emma Altwasser was born on August 8, 1880 in Dombrofka, Drashke (Derazno), area of Rovno, Volhynia, Russia.
Friederich married Wilhelmine Wilde in the Lutheran Church in Poddubice, Lodz, Poland in 1866.
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 Bordzichow Timeline
For his baptism, the same day, sponsors were: Johann Wilde and Mathilde Zimmermann.
He was baptized on 9 July and his sponsors were: Gottlieb Scharn, Eleonora Stender, Frau Albrecht and------- Wilde.
Rudolph Wilhelm Albrecht was born in Bordzichow to Johann Albrecht and Caroline born Heyer.
www.heuerfamily.com /timelines/bordzichow_timeline.htm   (805 words)

 Speaking Volumes | The Jewish Exponent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ada Leverson was married to an assimilated diamond merchant, and would become forever famous in literary history for inviting Oscar Wilde to her London salon after his arrest on indecency charges, when the rest of British society shunned him.
She also entertained the artist and Wilde associate Aubrey Beardsley, and in later years continued her interest in the avant garde in the arts through contacts with T.S. Eliot, Katherine Mansfield and Wyndham Lewis.
She was the subject of a great Picasso portrait, and she and her companion, Alice B. Toklas, entertained the famous painter and many others, including Hemingway and his "Lost Generation" pals, in their art filled living room.
www.jewishexponent.com /article/1783   (732 words)

 Descendants of Frederick August Nicolai
Amalie L. Keck, 88, widow of Fred G. Keck, died Sunday at the Jefferson hospital.
She was born here April 12, 1873, her maiden name being Amalie Henze.
The first one, the Wilde residence in Watertown, Wis., was followed by a more publicized one built in Glenview in 1940 and opened to the public at 10 cents a visitor.
www.rockvillemama.com /nicolai.htm   (3825 words)

Despite their remarkable roles in fostering celebrity careers, promoting new cultural movements and advancing early feminism and social change, the names of the salonieres themselves are largely unfamiliar to most Americans today.
Beer, daughter of the richest Jew in Berlin and wife of a wealthy financier, used her fortune not only to host a lavish salon that promoted the careers of her three sons, but also to advance the Reform movement.
Oscar Wilde, Leverson’s most famous guest, dubbed her the Sphinx after she parodied a poem of his by the same name.
www.hadassah.org /news/content/per_hadassah/archive/2005/05_MAY/art.asp   (2015 words)

 The Jewish Museum - Press Releases -
A total of 197 objects will be on view including portraits of the salonières and their guests, as well as paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photographs, letters, manuscripts, musical scores, political treatises, plays, novels, poems, furniture, fashion, and film.
The conversations at their salons were crucial for developing the ideals of tolerance and reasoned argument, and for nurturing the new Romantic movement.
In her Berlin mansion, Amalie Beer orchestrated performances while she furthered the career of her son, Giacomo Meyerbeer, who went on to become one of the great composers of French grand opera.
www.thejewishmuseum.org /site/pages/press.php?id=44   (1599 words)

 Manitowoc County, Wisconsin Genealogy : birth, death, cemetery, history, marriage and military (GenWeb)
She married Frederick Wilde 9 Aug 1858 in Manitowoc WI, and died 13 Nov 1887 in Nebraska.
Gustav was born in Manitowoc while Emma was born in Fond du Lac and Ella in Nebraska.
My knowledge of the marriage of Caroline Fischer and Frederick Wilde is from his Civil War papers but I sent to Manitowoc Co. for verification and they could not find any.
linkstothepast.com /manitowoc/ftok.html   (2067 words)

 Amazon.ca: Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The youngest of the seven mer-princesses has always been more fascinated by her grandmother's tales of the world above than any of her sisters, but she has the longest to wait for her first trip to the surface on her fifteenth birthday.
(Oscar Wilde once turned this upside-down in "The Fisherman and the Soul", a very good story in which a fisherman fell in love with a mermaid and magically cut himself free of his soul to join her in the sea.)
As each of the sisters in turn makes her first journey, we see the world through their eyes, and since each has a different temperament and their birthdays fall at different times of the year, each sees and seeks out different sights.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/019274173X   (975 words)

 St. Thomas, USVI - Shopping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
There are quiet cocktail lounges, lively discos and piano and jazz bars for the choosing.
There are a couple of places that stay open in Charlotte Amalie.
The Reichhold Center is located a short distance from Brewer's Bay in a valley overlooking the Caribbean.
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 Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In house number 44, opposite the churchyard, the author Amalie Schoppe, nee Weise, [born *1791 in Burg, died +1858 in U.S.A.], she was a friend of the author Hebbel, had her little Kindergarten established there.
The Baltic Sea shows here an ever changing, preponderant picture, - at times it is peaceful and then again it’s stormy and wild; then you see the white froth spraying far over the coast and the woodland.
The chancery was donated in 1727 by the farmer "Drewes Wilder", above the entrance gate a "Symbol of the ‘strong-willed man’ in old Norsk "wilde Mann".
www.fehmarngenealogy.com /guide.htm   (8067 words)

 ..::: New Center for Arts and Culture | The Power of Conversation:Jewish Women and Their Salons :::..
Salons enabled women and Jews - whose participation in official public life was restricted - to play a prominent role.
The exhibition probes the role that private conversations had in fostering the careers and fame of such celebrities as Felix Mendelssohn, Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde, Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Greta Garbo and others.
The famed music salons of Amalie Beer and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (the sister of Felix) in Berlin
www.ncacboston.org /exhibit.asp   (456 words)

 Juilliard | The Juilliard Journal Online
The current exhibition at the Jewish Museum enables us to observe the salons of 14 Jewish women, held from the 1780s to the 1930s in European capitals, New York, and Los Angeles.
Perhaps the most intriguing musical salons were those of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805-1847) and Amalie Beer (1767-1854).
Oscar Wilde was a close friend of Leverson, who provided him a haven during the scandals of his trials.
www.juilliard.edu /update/journal/j_articles499.html   (1381 words)

 Spero News: Jewish women and their salons
Salons enabled women and Jews—whose participation in official public life was restricted--to play a prominent role.
The exhibition probes the role private conversations had in fostering the careers of celebrities such as Felix Mendelssohn, Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde, Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp and Greta Garbo.
The Power of Conversation, which was organized for The Jewish Museum by guest curators Emily Bilski and Emily Braun, focuses on the most powerful women who hosted these salons.
www.speroforum.com /site/print.asp?idarticle=1774   (608 words)

 What are you listening to right now? - The Beethoven Reference Site Bulletin Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Gotta agree with Amalie on this one, so hard to choose among the 5.
Amalie, you won't find me disagreeing with you about the performances of Brendel.
I have 2 different sets with him as soloist, one with the Chicago Orchestra w/ Levine conducting and the latest one with Sir Simon Rattle and the Vienna Philharmonic, both I like very much.
www.gyrix.com /ubb/Forum1/HTML/001582-5.html   (2659 words)

 Men of progress. Wisconsin. A selected list of biographical sketches and portraits of the leaders in business, ...
It was famous for its wild rice, which the natives prized as an article of food.
January 1st, 1896, he formed a partnership with R. Wilde, formerly a student of the law department of the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, under the firm name of Davidson and Wilde, which partnership still continues.
Davidson is a gentleman of modest demeanor, courteous to all, the friend of those needing friendship and worthy of it; yet he is a man of pronounced views on all public questions, and does not hesitate to express them forcibly when the occasion calls for such expression.
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I play the upright bass (mainly classical), I love music, I'm also into art, Frued, philosophy, stupid fanfiction, singing in my car, my friends (the postal whores), my dog, the trees, my life, my education, and making amature films using medium such as barbies....
WAIT what was that weird show with guys in cod peices and lots of spinning triangles that came on at like 2 am>.....
Vampire Cronicles, Sophie's World, Crime and Punishment, Harry Potter, The Bell, cheap halequin romance novels, The Whores on the Hill, Oscar Wilde Picture of Dorian Grey, C.S. Lewis, Christian Idealists, people with dreams, people with fantasies, people who want to be alive and feel the world react to their existence....god..
www.myspace.com /rahskir   (931 words)

 Mary Pickford Theater, Spring 1999
Writer: Peter M. Winters [pseudonym of Nazimova], based on the play by Oscar Wilde.
The Call of the Wild (American Mutoscope and Biograph, 1908).
Wild Boys of the Road (Warner Bros., 1933).
www.loc.gov /rr/mopic/pickford/pickfordarchive/spring99.html   (2094 words)

 Countrybookshop.co.uk - Constance Ring
When Constance sets out to divorce him, no-one will support her decision.
AMALIE SKRAM (1846-1905) is considered one of Scandinavia's major literary figures.
Her works caused scandal with their uncompromising views on religion, marriage, and the double standard forced on women.
www.countrybookshop.co.uk /books/index.phtml?whatfor=0810119676   (288 words)

 "Hullo!", Edison screamed into the telephone mouthpiece. The vibrating diaphragm set in motion an attached ...
inhuman women whose hymn was wild and lustful like the scream of a crazed goddess...
Yes doctor, that's how it was: a scream and yet a hymn.--These were the insidious songs Circe warned us not to listen to, or only when tied to the mast of a galley with rowers whose ears are filled with wax...
Such was the title used by a certain Amalie Holst, who in 1802 demanded the establishment of girl schools responsible for turning women into mothers and readers of poets.
www.stanford.edu /class/history34q/readings/Kittler/GramFilmTypwriter/Kittler_Gramophone.html   (18541 words)

 Artdaily.com - The First Art Newspaper on the Net
Johann Karl Kretschemar, Portrait of Amalie Beer, ca.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA.-Beginning this month, the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College and the New Center for Arts and Culture, Boston will present The Power of Conversation: Jewish Women and Their Salons.
Salons enabled women and Jews—whose participation in official public life was restricted—to play a prominent role.
www.artdaily.com /section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=14728   (687 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Constance,
Their tragic love affair has been a favorite theme in Portuguese
Skram, Amalie SKRAM, AMALIE [Skram, Amalie], 1846-1905, Norwegian writer.
In Denmark, where she lived most of her life, Skram wrote Constance Ring (1885, tr.
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 Coldwell Banker Caribbean Land-de Wilde Realty: St. Croix Real Estate,Second Home Caribbean,Virgin Islands Properties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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 The Psychedelic Sixties Store: Books about The Psychedelic Sixties Music and Garage Music
Woodstock is rightly remembered as the pivotal event that united a generation, but the behind-the-scenes story is less utopian--and absolutely fascinating.
ROCK ODYSSEY: A CHRONICLE OF THE 60S - If Oscar Wilde had knocked off a couple of chart-busting smasheroonis then this would be his account of the repercussions from sudden fame and the resulting crash at the bottom of the downward slope.
Mr.Whitcomb has happily combined an hilarious account of his own unexpected 15 minutes along with a witty and erudite look at the pop star world.
www.waiting-forthe-sun.net /Pages/Stores/psychedelic60s_books2.html   (1842 words)

 Regency - Wats to Wilh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
THE OUTRAGEOUS DOWAGER 2001 ISBN: 0373303823 The Wild Widow of London...
This towering man of uncanny strength and astonishing beauty, who leapt out of the stormy night to save Verity and her father.
Naked, wild, and powerful, he was a warrior from a place that time had forgotten.
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 Rage= Communists? - Zack de la Rocha Network Forum
The fact that they have certain views on the world and politics desnt automatically make them a commmunist understand.
QUOTE (amalie @ Feb 17 2004, 11:04 PM)
Just because he was helping a communist goverment gain power didnt mean he was, i am not ignoring history im just telling it how i see it if che had been a communist and wanted to become part of a communist nation then why did he go to bolivia to help normal people fight.
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 English Books > Fiction > Classics
Call Of The Wild And White Fang (Bantam Classic)
Call Of The Wild, White Fang, And To Build A Fire
Call Of The Wild: And Three Other Klondike Stories (Library)
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