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Otto and Bernard helped their second brother Siegfried, who since 1168 had called himself the Bishop Elect of Bremen, to gain the see of Bremen, with part of the diocesan territory being upgraded to form the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen ().
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* 1935 – Dutch Schultz, Abe Landau, Otto Berman, and Bernard " Lulu " Rosencrantz are fatally shot at a saloon in Newark, New Jersey in what will become known as The Chophouse Massacre.
These include the Otto Erdesz ' cutaway ' viola, which has one shoulder cut out to make shifting easier ; the ' Oak Leaf ' viola, which has two extra bouts ; viol-shaped violas such as Joseph Curtin's ' Evia ' model, which also utilizes a moveable neck and a maple-veneered carbon fibre back, to reduce weight: violas played in the same manner as cellos ( see vertical viola ); and the eye-catching " Dalí-esque " shapes of both Bernard Sabatier's violas in fractional sizes-which appear to have melted-and David Rivinus ' ' Pellegrina ' model violas.
The negotiations failed when the conspirators refused to swore allegiance to anyone other than Otto III, with Duke Bernard I of Saxony maintaining allegiance to the child king.
The chief of the House of Ascania, Otto I, Margrave of Brandenburg, son of Albert the Bear, a maternal cousin of Henry the Lion, provided his sixth brother Bernard, Count of Anhalt, from then on Bernard III, Duke of Saxony, with the from then on so-called younger Duchy of Saxony ( 1180 – 1296 ), a radically belittled territory consisting of three unconnected territories along the river Elbe, from north west to south east, ( 1 ) Hadeln around Otterndorf, ( 2 ) around Lauenburg upon Elbe and ( 3 ) around Wittenberg upon Elbe.
Among the pilgrims who visited the Saint Michael Archangel Sanctuary were many popes ( Gelasius I, Leo IX, Urban II, Alexander III, Gregory X, Celestine V, John XXIII as Cardinal, John Paul II ), saints ( Bridget of Sweden, Bernard of Clairvaux, Thomas Aquinas ) emperors, kings and princes ( Louis II of Italy, Otto III, Herny II, Matilda of Tuscany, Charles I of Naples, Ferdinand II of Aragon ).
Otto's strategy severely differed from the one Bernard used: While Bernard travelled alone and as a poor and unknown priest, Otto, a wealthy and famous man, was accompanied by 20 clergy of his own diocese, numerous servants, 60 warriors supplied to him by Boleslaw, and carried with him numerous supplies and gifts.
About 2 centuries later the Holy Roman Emperor Otto III, seeking to restore the power of glory of ancient Rome and expand into Italy, opened the Lukmanier and St. Bernard passes.
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Otto Preminger's success with Laura ( 1944 ) made his name and helped demonstrate noir's adaptability to a high-gloss 20th Century-Fox presentation.
Boleslaus I helped Otto I crush an uprising of Slavs along the Lower Elbe in 953 and in 955 the two joined forces to defeat the Hungarians at the battle of Lechfeld.
In 1937, Leiber and his college friend Harry Otto Fischer created a complex wargame set within the world of Nehwon, which Fischer had helped to create.
In response to a demolition order placed on the building in which Otto Frank and his family had hidden during the war, he and Johannes Kleiman helped establish the Anne Frank Foundation on 3 May 1957, with the principal aim of saving and restoring the building, to allow it to be opened to the general public.
In 1832 he visited Greece, and his influence is said to have helped secure the throne of the newly created kingdom for Otto of Greece.
With her husband Jan Gies, and the other Opekta employees, Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman, and Bep Voskuijl, Miep Gies helped hide Otto and Edith Frank, their daughters Margot and Anne, Hermann and Auguste van Pels, their son Peter, and Fritz Pfeffer in several upstairs rooms in the company's office building on Amsterdam's Prinsengracht from 6 July 1942 to August 4, 1944 ..
He invented the draw play and helped develop the modern face mask after Len Ford and Otto Graham suffered facial injuries.
He has also worked as close friends and advisers to the likes of Erik the Red, William I of England ( whom he advised to invade England under the name Sir Von Savage ), Napoleon Bonaparte as Marshal Savage, Ra's al Ghul, Otto von Bismarck ( whom he helped to invade France as Baron Von Savage ), and Adolf Hitler.
Otto Loewi ( 3 June 1873 – 25 December 1961 ) was a German born pharmacologist whose discovery of acetylcholine helped enhance medical therapy.
In October 2005, El Mundo revealed that Nazi Aribert Heim ( aka " Doctor Death ") had been living in Spain for 20 years, probably with help from the ODESSA network, in collaboration with Otto Skorzeny, who had helped set up one of the most important ODESSA bases of operation in Spain, during the rule of the late dictator Francisco Franco.
Earlier, he helped Otto Hooker escape from the prison, and Hooker killed Minto while evading capture.
Mary Jayne Gold helped subsidize the operation which is credited with participating in the rescue of some 2, 000 refugees, Among the escapees were notables such as the sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, artist Marc Chagall, writer Hannah Arendt and Nobel Prize winner, Otto Meyerhof.
In 1923, aged fifteen, she joined the Communist Youth International and in 1928 helped organize her lover and comrade Otto Braun's escape from Moabit prison.
Carr made a division between those who, like Vladimir Lenin and Oliver Cromwell, helped to shape the social forces which carried them to historical greatness and those who, like Otto von Bismarck and Napoleon, rode on the back of social forces over which they had little or no control.
He is alleged to have helped Otto Skorzeny run " ODESSA " in covertly helping former SS officers to escape to Latin America to avoid prosecution.
The RHN has always been helped and supported by high profile figures, including Florence Nightingale ; author Charles Dickens ; poet, John Betjeman ; Thomas Hardy the poet and author ; Otto Goldschmidt the pianist ; and HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
Written by Otto Frisch and Rudolf Peierls while they were both working at the University of Birmingham in England, the memorandum contained new calculations about the size of the critical mass needed for an atomic bomb, and helped accelerate British and U. S. efforts towards bomb development during World War II.
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Among their children, four lived to maturity: Henry, born in 952 ; Bruno, born 953 ; Matilda, the first Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg, born about 954 ; and Otto II, later Holy Roman Emperor, born 955.
When her husband Otto I died in 973 he was succeeded by their son Otto II, and Adelaide for some years exercised a powerful influence at court.
After studying art at the Dresden Academy alongside Otto Dix and George Grosz, ( although Schwitters seems to have been unaware of their work, or indeed of contemporary Dresden artists Die Brücke ), 1909 – 14, Schwitters returned to Hanover and started his artistic career as a post-impressionist.
The Grimaldis, descended from Otto Canella and taking their name from his son Grimaldo, were an ancient and prominent Guelphic Genoese family.
Since the inception of the two terms, their meanings have been revised several times and the term macroevolution fell into limited disfavour when it was taken over by such writers as the geneticist Richard Goldschmidt ( 1940 ) and the paleontologist Otto Schindewolf to describe their orthogenetic theories.
Many of the Romans saw the beginning of Otto the 2nd ’ s reign as a glimmer of hope that it might be possible for them to recover their ancient rights and even free themselves from foreign rule.
The head of the Nationalist party, which pushed Franco as their candidate for the papacy when Otto the Great was still in power, was the powerful Crescentii family.
For fear of the Pauli effect, the experimental physicist Otto Stern banned Pauli from his laboratory in Hamburg despite their friendship.
Otto, prior to his accession, had promised to help John to recover his lost European possessions, but circumstances prevented them from making good their claims.
Important early 20th century writers who studied the phenomenon of spirituality, and their works, include William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience ( 1902 ), and Rudolph Otto, especially The Idea of the Holy ( 1917 ).
According to Jan Michiel Otto, Professor of Law and Governance in Developing Countries at Leiden University, " Anthropological research shows that people in local communities often do not distinguish clearly whether and to what extent their norms and practices are based on local tradition, tribal custom, or religion.
Conrad the Red married Liutgarde, a daughter of Emperor Otto I, their son Otto I, Duke of Carinthia ruled Carinthia from 978 to 1004.
The early Salians owed much of their success to their alliance with the Church, a policy begun by Otto I, which gave them the material support they needed to subdue rebellious dukes.
The culmination of that conflict led to the resignation of the national team coach, Otto Pfister, and the threat made by the players not to play their game against Switzerland on 16 June 2006.
That Christmas Theophanu had their three-year-old son crowned as Otto III, with herself ruling as Empress Regent on his behalf.
Otto Dix and George Grosz referred to their own movement as Verism, a reference to the Roman classical Verism approach called verus, meaning " truth ", warts and all.
* August 10 – Battle of Lechfeld: Otto I the Great defeats the Magyars, halting their westward expansion and ending the threat to Germany.
On the field of battle the German lords raised Otto on their shields in the Germanic manner and proclaimed him Emperor.
The childless dukes Louis and Otto had already promised Charles IV the succession in Brandenburg in 1364 as revenge for a conflict with their brother Stephen II over the Bavarian succession after the death of their nephew Meinhard, the son of Louis V. Louis the Roman died in Berlin in 1365.