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  First World War.com - Who's Who - Max Hoffmann
Max Hoffmann (1869-1927), a brilliant strategist widely regarded as the architect of the German Eighth Army's sweeping victory at Tannenberg, and to a lesser extent at the Masurian Lakes, was born in Homberg an der Efze on 25 January 1869.
Hoffmann's fame primarily rests upon his brilliantly conceived strategy of double-enveloping the Russian Second Army, under Samsonov, at Tannenberg in August 1914, effectively bringing about its entire destruction.
Following these initial successes in the East Hoffmann was promoted to Oberst and attached to headquarters in Brest-Litovsk; his background in the East both prior to and during the early stages of the war rendered him the primary authority on Eastern matters.
www.firstworldwar.com /bio/hoffmann.htm   (328 words)

  Max Hoffmann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hoffmann was then able to craft a plan for an encirclement victory over Alexander Samsonov's Second Army in the south which Hindenburg quickly put into action upon his arrival leading to the Battle of Tannenberg.
Hoffmann was able to bring all of the forces on the Eastern front (including Austrian units) under his command.
Max Hoffmann died at Bad Reichenhall on July 8, 1927.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Max_Hoffmann   (580 words)

 Max Hoffmann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Max Hoffmann (January 25, 1869 - July 8,1927) was a German officer and military strategist during World War I.
After the victory, the Eighth Army turned north and defeated Paul von Rennenkampf's First Army at the driving the Russians out of East Prussia for the remainder of the war.
Max Hoffmann died at on July 8, 1927.
www.newkensington.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Max_Hoffmann   (573 words)

 Max Hoffmann - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Hoffmann, Max (1869-1927), German general who served on the eastern front during World War I (1914-1918).
Some German military leaders, notably General Max Hoffmann, the new commander in chief on the eastern front, felt that Germany should avoid the...
Max Hoffmann: German officer who was primarily responsible for several striking German victories...
encarta.msn.com /Max_Hoffmann.html   (190 words)

 ››› buch.de - bücher - Der Struwwelpeter. Die Struwwelliese. Max und Moritz - Wilhelm Busch; ...
Max und Moritz - Wilhelm Busch; Heinrich Hoffmann; F Maddalena; J Lütje
von Wilhelm Busch, Heinrich Hoffmann, F Maddalena, J Lütje
Mehr von: Wilhelm Busch, Heinrich Hoffmann, F Maddalena, J Lütje, Nelson Verlag
www.buch.de /buch/06143/872_der_struwwelpeter__die_struwwelliese__max_und_moritz.html   (121 words)

 Max Hoffmann: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Max Hoffmann (January 25, EHandler: no quick summary.
Hoffmann was able to bring all of the forces on the Eastern front (including Austrian[Click link for more facts about this topic] units) under his command.
Max Hoffmann died at Bad Reichenhall on July 8, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/ma/max_hoffmann.htm   (1485 words)

 Goethe-Institut Writers in Residence - Sandra Hoffmann - Author's Profile
The form of Hoffmann’s first novel schwimmen gegen blond (swimming against blonde) (2002) relies on the ritualised structure of weekly diary entries spread over the period of a year.
“with max without max yes to max no to max“ – this is the core of the novel about a woman who cannot decide for or against her lover and who spends a year developing new strategies to help her approach the object of her love only to distance herself again.
Sandra Hoffmann’s novels portray the dichotomies of life but do not come up with solutions because for Hoffmann’s protagonists a synthesis of contradictions seems far removed from life.
www.goethe.de /ins/in/lp/prj/sdt/dii/sho/prt/enindex.htm   (324 words)

 Generalmajor Max Hoffmann
Max Hoffmann was born in 1869.  He was an Oberstleutnant in East Prussia in early 1914, serving as the VIII.
He was promoted to Oberst in 1916, and situated himself at HQ in Brest-Litovsk to eventually succeed Ludendorff as the primary authority on the Eastern Front.  Hoffmann was then promoted to Generalmajor in 1917, by which time he commanded the Eastern Front Armies as the Chief of Staff to
In all, Generalmajor Hoffmann was probably Germany's most brilliant military mind.   Hoffmann was the uncredited genius behind the formidable Hindenburg-Ludendorff, and he spared no ink in criticizing both commanders in his memoirsMax Hoffmann died in Homberg in 1927.
www.geocities.com /veldes1/hoffmann.html   (166 words)

Hoffmann and Olbrich were charged with the arrangement and hanging.
Hoffmann created the Ver Sacrum room which exemplified the technique of display; the emphasis upon clarity and effective use of space, which characterized subsequent exhibitions.
Hoffmann, Moser and Warndorfer were sitting in the Cafe Heinrichshof talking about W's latest trip to England and the English workshop movement when W asked how much such a project would cost.
www.kilidavid.com /Art/Pages/Countries/Austria.htm   (5531 words)

 Hoffman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hoffman, Hoffmann, or Hofmann may refer to several things, such as surnames, place names which are derived from these surnames (mainly German), and other things, names of which are derived from these surnames.
Max Hoffman, Austrian importer of European automobiles into the United States after World War Two, who was inducted into the International Automobile Hall of Fame because of his profound influence upon the development of automobiles and the trade
Hofmann voltameter, a piece of chemistry apparatus sometimes used to collect hydrogen and oxygen gas created in the electrolysis of water.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hoffman   (284 words)

 Domingo on Hoffmann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Max Loppert talked to Placido Domingo about a role with which he became closely associated; the interview appeared in Opera Magazine (U.K.) of November 1982.
By that I mean, it seems to me that the character of Hoffmann as it appears in all the versions of the score that I've seen is the least interesting person in the opera.
Hoffmann is one in which I feel I can contribute something, almost personal...
www.tenorissimo.com /domingo/Articles/om1182.htm   (2084 words)

 Hoffmann, Klaus: Porträt | MDR.DE
Bereits unmittelbar nach dem Abschluss 1974 erhielt Klaus Hoffmann erste Fernsehrollen und bekam auch das erste Theater-Engagement an der "Freien Volksbühne Berlin".
Im gleichen Jahr verkörperte Klaus Hoffmann in "Die neuen Leiden des jungen W." die wichtigste, zumindest die erfolgreichste Schauspielrolle seines Lebens einen Großstadtjugendlichen, der aussteigt, sich einer romantisch-schwärmerischen Liebe hingibt und auf die Rückkehr in den bürgerlichen Alltag verzichtet.
Mit den eigenen Texten auf den Folge-Platten "Was fang ich an in dieser Stadt?" (1978) und "Westend" (1979) entdeckte Klaus Hoffmann sein eigentliches Lebensthema: Berlin.
www.mdr.de /riverboat/archiv/357969.html   (588 words)

 Sandra Hoffmann - Schwimmen gegen blond - Perlentaucher.de, Kultur und Literatur Online
Sandra Hoffmann, geboren 1967 in Laupheim/Oberschwaben, studierte nach ihrer Ausbildung als Jugend- und Heimerzieherin Literaturwissenschaft, Mediävistik und Italienisch in Tübingen, wo sie auch lebt.
Dann ist da die Affäre der Erzählerin mit dem Blonden, der sportlich und braungebrannt ist und von Max nichts weiß, der gute Freund Lieberlein, der gegenwärtig nur als lieberlein@hotmail.com existiert, weil er in Israel ist und dort studiert.
Das, was die Autorin hier in Form eines Tagebuchs festhält, die Liebe der Protagonistin Rosa zu dem "launischen" Max, ihre Schwärmerei für einen "braun gebrannten Blonden" und ihre Freundschaft zu einem Sanitäter in Israel, lässt selbst Durchgemachtes wiederaufleben, verspricht der Rezensent.
www.perlentaucher.de /buch/9355.html   (425 words)

 F24 Film GmbH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It was founded by Jens Hoffmann after his successful collaboration with Willy Bogner on the IMAX film "Ski to the MAX".
A long-time professional athlete (skiing), Hoffmann had his first experience of working with 16mm film in 1993 while still studying Communications and Journalism.
Hoffmann has subsequently developed his own unique style, directing and shooting "lifestyle" and underground films (super 8, 16mm).
www.f24film.de /en_about.php   (198 words)

 BMW World - Classics 507   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One of the most beautiful roadsters ever built, the 507 was inspired by Max Hoffmann and designed by Albrecht von Goertz.
Remember, in the 1950's, BMW was still struggling to recover from the war years and seeking to re-establish itself as a builder of great automobiles.
Max Hoffmann was America's biggest import car dealer at the time, with close ties to BMW.
www.bmwworld.com /models/vintage/507.htm   (703 words)

 max miedinger, history of helvetica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In 1956, Edouard Hoffmann, of the Haas Type Foundry in Switzerland, decided that the more natural typeface, Akzidenz Grotesk, needed to be reworked for a new century.
Under the guidance of Hoffmann, Max Miedinger drew the new typeface and in 1956 it was released as Neue Haas Grotesk.
Hoffmann and Miedinger resisted the name change because it sounded like the Latin word for Switzerland, “Helvetia.” Stempel forced the name change and a star was born.
cis1.western.tec.wi.us /halee/type/face_history.html   (470 words)

 Hoffmann Max - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hoffmann, Max (1869-1927), German general who served on the Eastern Front during World War I. Hoffmann was born in Hamburg and attended the...
Hoffmann, Max (quotations): World War I: LUDENDORFF The English soldiers fight…
Hoffmann, Josef (1870-1956), Austrian architect, who was a pioneer of modern architecture.
uk.encarta.msn.com /Hoffmann_Max.html   (116 words)

 Zygmunt Frankel: THE SHARK REEF - The Guests
Although there was no personal physical resemblance, Max Hoffmann could have been Werner's son, or perhaps one of the junior officers under his command in one of those films.
Max was from Frankfurt like Maria, and when they discovered this they got together to chat about their home town.
Max also drew his knife and, holding it by the blade, gave the stonefish another prod with the handle and made it shift aside again.
www.inch.com /~ari/zf606.html   (3983 words)

 Hoffmann, Josef articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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Hoffmann, Josef HOFFMANN, JOSEF [Hoffmann, Josef] 1870-1956, Austrian architect.
www.encyclopedia.com /printable/21898.html   (129 words)

 Military History Online - The Kerensky Offensive
Hoffmann had proposed a strike of approximately five divisions in this same area, through Tarnopol, shortly after news arrived of the February Revolution but the general staff had decided not to carry out the plan.
Hoffmann had placed these soldiers in reserve to be used when the Russian advance waned.
Hoffmann noted in his diary on 1 July that "the Russians are attacking" and he hoped that they would keep it up for eight to 10 days.
www.militaryhistoryonline.com /wwi/articles/kerenskyoffensive.aspx   (4504 words)

 General der Artillerie Max von Gallwitz
Max von Gallwitz was born in 1852.  He was a General of the Artillery during WWI.  At the beginning of the war, he commanded an independent cavalry corps on Germany's right flank on the Western Front.  Later, he commanded the XII.
Army (1915).   He was awarded the Pour le Merite (Blue Max), Germany's highest honour, in 1915 for his excellent efforts against the invading Russian forces in Galicia.  
The build-up of such a massive force alone alerted the Entente to the invasion, and by 6 October, British and French troops had already begun their march north from Salonika.
www.geocities.com /veldes1/gallwitz.html   (312 words)

 Amazon.com: Max and Moritz and Other Bad-Boy Tales: Books: Wilhelm Busch,Andy Gaus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Although the two cannot be compared, Busch's "Max and Moritz" ranks in Germany on the same level as Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" in the English speaking world.
Children won't catch Busch's gentle satire in "Max and Moritz." The whole concept of satire is not familiar to them, of course.
Busch shares the mischievous streak in Max and Moritz, and while his two young protagonists play rather violent tricks on the townspeople - a taylor almost drowns and a teacher gets his face burned from an exploding pipe - Busch himself plays the most violent trick on Max and Moritz.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/091873617X?v=glance   (916 words)

 Zygmunt Frankel: THE SHARK REEF - The Mother
She sat there, dejected and tired, holding in her hand an almost postcard-size leather-framed photograph of Max with the blond lock of hair he was later to cut off with his diving knife.
He must have assumed that the few women who had served in the SS were not tattooed like the men, and furthermore she was fully dressed.
I had the impression that he was in a hurry to end the conversation as soon as he'd heard that Max has disappeared.
www.inch.com /~ari/zf623.html   (1537 words)

 TheAvanti.com-BMW 507 Roadster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Even though post-war Europe's economy was in a shambles, Max Hoffmann, America's biggest import car dealer of that time, managed to persuade the BMW board that this kind of model was exactly what BMW needed.
Hoffmann then urged Count Albrecht Graf Goertz to submit sketches to the BMW board and these were enthusiastically received.
Goertz was immediately commissioned to design the BMW roadster and BMW craftsman completed the 507 prototype in time to wow attendees at the 1955 Frankfurt Motor Show.
www.theavanti.com /LoewyBMW507.html   (225 words)

 Webinar: Successful Documentation Localization Management by Max Hoffmann - Language Technology Center - ENLASO ...
A pioneer in the field of multilingual tools and technology, Max Hoffmann is ENLASO's Manager of XML Programs.
Hoffmann is experienced with all major hardware platforms and has trained over 2,000 customers.
In recent years Hoffmann attained Adobe Certified Expert credentials for FrameMaker and FrameMaker+SGML, as well as certification for training and implementing Canterbury document management systems.
www.translate.com /technology/multilingual_standard/webinar_documentation_localization.html   (207 words)

 Archonus Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
RenderMan is the world's most respected rendering standard, and is within the reach of any 3ds max user.
PaxRendus is a bridge to the RenderMan standard, allowing you to mix and match which of the RenderMan renderers you want to use.
3ds max® is a registered trademark of Discreet.
www.archonus.com   (307 words)

 The BMW 2002: Comprehensive Guide to the Classic Sporting Saloon 1968-1976
The BMW 2002 began as the brainchild of Max Hoffmann, BMW's US importer, who wanted a car to follow up the 1600-2, which had been very well received in the USA.
The BMW engineers did as Hoffmann suggested, and the result took the motoring world by storm on its announcement in 1968.
Not only did it provide the performance orientated model which Hoffmann wanted for the USA, but in European guise without the power sapping emissions control gear, it offered affordable high performance in a compact and agile package.
www.themotorbookstore.com /motobooks/bmw-2002.html   (324 words)

 AllRefer.com - Max Hoffmann (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Max Hoffmann (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Max Hoffmann 1869–1927, German general in World War I. A brilliant strategist, he contributed to the German victory over the Russians at Tannenberg and in 1916 became chief of staff of the eastern armies.
As military representative he helped negotiate the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Russia.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/H/HoffmannM.html   (164 words)

 BMW 507 information, specifications, history, and images.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The BMW 507 was produced from 1956 through 1959 with only 254 examples being produced.
The styling was inspired by Max Hoffmann, America's largest import car dealer, and designed by Albrecht von Goertz.
Goertz was born in Germany and later migrated to America as Graf Albrecht von Goertz.
www.conceptcarz.com /vehicle/default.aspx?car_id=1009   (383 words)

The 2002 began as the brainchild of Max Hoffmann, BMW's US importer, who wanted a car to follow up the 1600-2, which had been very well received in the USA.
The logical car for him to import would have been the hot 1600ti, but its engine could not be made to meet the newexhaust emissions regulations.
Not only did it provide the performance-oriented model which Hoffmann wanted for the USA, but in European guise without the power-sapping emissions-control gear, it offered affordable high performance in a compact and agile package.
www.brooklands-books.com /pages/bmw02gpack.html   (385 words)

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