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Her brother Karl was a very gentle soul, her mother was a quiet woman who said little but who had hard, probing eyes.
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( Her father, Charles Schweitzer, was the older brother of Albert Schweitzer's father, Louis Théophile.
Her brother, Marx's uncle Benjamin Philips ( 1830-1900 ), was a wealthy banker and industrialist, upon whom Karl and Jenny Marx would later often come to rely for loans while they were exiled in London.
Her stepfather's brother Frederick became Pope Stephen IX, while both of the following two popes, Nicholas II and Alexander II had been Tuscan bishops.
" Maria Feodorovna was the younger sister of Alexandra, Queen Consort of King Edward VII and mother of George V of the United Kingdom, which helps to explain the striking resemblance between their sons Nicholas II and George V. Her older brother was King George I of Greece.
Her husband died of throat cancer on August 19, 1977 and her brother, her only sibling, died of cancer that November.
Her father, Richard, was the younger brother of Sir Robert Bowes, a descendant of an old Durham family and her mother, Elizabeth, was an heiress of a Yorkshire family, the Askes of Richmondshire.
Her cult was closely identified with that of Diana, who seems to have been represented in the processions that started Circus games, and with Sol Indiges, usually identified as her brother.
Her discoveries included the first ichthyosaur skeleton to be correctly identified, which she and her brother Joseph found when she was just twelve years old ; the first two plesiosaur skeletons ever found ; the first pterosaur skeleton located outside Germany ; and some important fish fossils.
Her godparents were: the Prince of Wales ( her paternal uncle, for whom his brother the Prince George stood proxy ); Princess Ingrid of Sweden ( her paternal cousin, for whom another cousin Lady Patricia Ramsay stood proxy ); the Princess Victoria ( her paternal great-aunt ); the Lady Rose Leveson-Gower ( her maternal aunt ); and the Hon David Bowes-Lyon ( her maternal uncle ).
Her brother, Charles Joseph, and sister Maria Johanna, had already died of smallpox in 1761 and 1762 respectively.
Her and Karl
Some of his most memorable film roles include knight Antonius Block in Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal ( the first of his eleven films with Bergman, and the film that includes the iconic scenes in which he plays chess with Death ), Jesus in The Greatest Story Ever Told, Oktober in The Quiller Memorandum, Father Merrin in The Exorcist, Karl Oskar in The Emigrants, Joubert the assassin in Three Days of the Condor, Ming the Merciless in the 1980 version of Flash Gordon, the villain Blofeld in Never Say Never Again, Frederick in Hannah and Her Sisters, and Lassefar in Pelle the Conqueror, for which he received his first Academy Award nomination.
Her collection of essays Men in Dark Times presents intellectual biographies of some creative and moral figures of the 20th century, such as Walter Benjamin, Karl Jaspers, Rosa Luxemburg, Hermann Broch, Pope John XXIII, and Isak Dinesen.
Her family became acquainted with Karl Marx and Clara became especially friendly with his daughter Eleanor Marx.
Her father, Charles I, wished the Princess Royal to marry a son of Philip IV, king of Spain, while her first cousin, Karl Ludwig, the Elector Palatine, was also a suitor for her hand.
Mother Courage and Her Children, with Therese Giehse in the title role, with Erni Wilhemi, Hans Christian Blech, and Karl Lieffen, at the Munich Kammerspiele, directed by Bertolt Brecht, Munich, 1950.
Her captain, von Moll, was decapitated by a heavy shell, but his subordinate, Karl Weyprecht, brought the ship back into the fight.
Her frequent appearances with the leading international orchestras and conductors ( Bernard Haitink, Rafael Kubelík, Carlo Maria Giulini, Benjamin Britten, Seiji Ozawa, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Kurt Masur, Sir Neville Marriner, Karl Münchinger, André Previn, Edo de Waart among others ) established her as one of the greatest singers of our age.
Her stance on slavery was heavily criticised by Karl Marx when her mother-in-law, the previous Duchess was then ( 1853 ) remembered for practical genocide in driving out local Gaels in Sutherlandshire in order to appropriate 794, 000 acres of land three decades earlier ..
Her performance was so well received that she played the role in the first staged version since World War II at the Theater an der Wien at the Vienna Festival of 1962 with Karl Böhm conducting.
Her student Karl V. Teeter pointed out in his obituary of Haas that she trained more Americanist linguists than her former instructors Edward Sapir and Franz Boas combined: she supervised fieldwork in Americanist linguistics by more than 100 Ph. D. students.
Her friends included Eleanor Marx, whom she knew through a Shakespeare reading group attended by Karl Marx, and Amy Levy.
Her circle of friends included Clementina Black, Dollie Radford, Eleanor Marx ( daughter of Karl Marx ), and Olive Schreiner.
Her husband, Karl August, edited and published her correspondence in the twenty years following her death.
Her correspondence with David Veit and with Karl August was published in Leipzig, in 1861 and 1874 – 1875 respectively.
Her first marriage, on 4 October 1847 in Vienna, was to Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor of Austria-Este ( 1821 – 1849 ), by whom she had one daughter:
Her second marriage, on 18 April 1854, in Vienna, was to her first cousin Archduke Karl Ferdinand of Austria ( 1818 – 1874 ) by whom she had six children: