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  wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Friedrich Heer (1916 - 1983) was a historian born in Vienna.
Friedrich Simon Archenhold (* 2 October 1861 in Lichtenau in Westphalia; † 14 October 1939 in Berlin) was an astronomer and cofounder of the Archenhold Observatory in Berlin-Treptow.
Friedrich V was married to Sophie von Polen, daughter of Casimir IV Jagiello and Elisabeth Habsburg, the mother of the Jagiellos.
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 List of astronomers - Simple English Wikipedia
Friedrich Wilhelm August Argelander (Germany, 1799 – 1875)
Friedrich Georg Wilhelm (von) Struve (Germany, Russia, 1793 – 1864)
Friedrich August Theodor Winnecke (Germany, 1835 – 1897)
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 Brunjes, Lehe, Germany
Catherine Brunjes, the daughter of Hienrich Brunjes of Wachholtz, married Gerhard Blanck, the son of Johann Friedrich Blanck, in Lehe on December 14, 1804.
Johann Friedrich, the son of Claus "Maancken" ____ and Trienke, nee Brunjes, born _____, Witnesses, Johann Christian Meyr, _____, Heinrich Brunjes _____, Hinrich Brunjes____, Hinrich Heneker, _____, Dierck Hinrich Hencken, schif____, Rebecca Wichts, Johann Ludwig Wicht _____.
Johann Friedrich Brunjes, son of Hienrich Brunjes, schif--- and Rebecca, was baptized in Lehe on February 26, 1765.
www.maggieblanck.com /Blanck/CB.html   (1664 words)

 Julia Erxmeyer
The Labouseur Descendants of Julia Erxmeyer Lehman Tietjen
Friedrich Lehman of 213 Willow Avenue was confirmed on April 8, 1900 at the German Evangelical church in Hoboken.
They were listed at 404 W 13th Street, New York City when their son Friedrich was baptized in Hoboken in May 1886.
www.maggieblanck.com /Blanck/Julia.html   (1408 words)

 Kunstradio@dX - log
Highlight of the day was a 3 meter long tape loop (passing through two reel-to-reel tape recorders) used by Andrea Sodomka, Martin Breindl, Volker Christian and Norbert Math in their Virtual Feedback Project.
Late remote broadcast from Free Radio Kassel (11 pm to 1 am); to produce it we engaged in 3 jam sessions (#3 featuring Friedrich Tietjen on Subtle Thereminvox) one of wich was with Quebec city, where Christian Jaques played sitar).
First we spoke in tongues, then we speculated about the sound of God(s); at 4pm the Radio Tnc broad/webcast took place: one of the main features was our superstar/moderator Friedrich Tietjen interviewing everybody about clonation (Tnc is doing a project on clonation).
www.kunstradio.at /FUTURE/DX/log.html   (1060 words)

 Looking Beyond the Rim of the Teacup: Austrian Art in the Nineties, Frederich Tietjen
Looking Beyond the Rim of the Teacup: Austrian Art in the Nineties, Frederich Tietjen
Looking Beyond the Rim of the Teacup: Austrian Art in the Nineties
Rather than presenting an overview which is bound to fail, interdisciplinary methodologies are on display whose sustainable power stems from their ambiguity.
www.artsmw.org /heartlandproject/aspects/essays/tietjen.html   (2177 words)

 ORANG-DISPLAY: WorkSpace Radio 5. Transmission, Recycling the Future   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
WorkSpace_Radio-transmisson from the 20th July, moderated by Friedrich Tietjen.
Ludwig Zeininger, Sergio Messina, Friedrich Tietjen mit den Stimmen von Tom Sherman, August Black, Norbert Math, Sergio Messina und twa.
This transmission was on air via Freies Radio Kassel.
medialounge.net /lounge/workspace/radio/ora-display-id/869519256.html   (62 words)

 Index for Book Reviews by Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Tietjen, Arthur : Soviet Spy Ring : Spring 1962
Wetzel, Friedrich : They Called Me Alfred : Fall 1960
Whaley, Dr. Barton : Codeword BARBAROSSA : Fall 1973
www.cia.gov /csi/studies/declass/bookauth.htm   (5090 words)

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