Ernst

Ernst (German and Dutch form of Ernest) may refer to:

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FIL World Luge Natural Track Championships - Men's Doubles
... Italy Werner Mücke Helmut Huter Austria 1982 Feld am See Andreas Jud Ernst Oberhammer Italy Alfred Kogler Franz Huber Austria Werner Prantl Florian Prantl Austria 1984 Kreuth Andreas Jud Ernst Oberhammer Italy ...
List Of Composers By Name - B
... Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732–1795) Johann Ernst Bach II (1722-1777) Johann Ludwig Bach (1677–1731) Johann Michael Bach (1648–1694) Johann Nicolaus Bach (1669–1753. 1949) Charles Lloyd Barnhouse (1865–1929) Ethel Barns (1874–1948) Ernst Gottlieb Baron (1696–1760) Leonora Baroni (1611–1670) Jean Barraqué (1928–1973) Henry Barraud (1900–1997 ... Sylvie Bodorová (born 1954) Jack Body (born 1944) August de Boeck (1865–1937) Ernst Boehe (1880-1938) Konrad Boehmer (born 1941) Jorge Boehringer ...
List Of Olympic Medalists In Rowing (men) - Discontinued Events - Coxed Fours
... Terwogt Hermanus Brockmann Germany (GER) Ernst Felle Otto Fickeisen Carl Lehle Hermann Wilker Franz Kröwerath 1904–1908 not included in the Olympic program 1912 Stockholm details ...
Rosetta Stone (software) - Awards
2009 Tech Circle Gold Award For Enterprise Software 2009 CEO Tom Adams Named Ernst Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2009 CEO, Tom Adams named Ernst Young 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year – Retail ...
Heinrich Brandler - Biography - Role in The Failed 1923 Revolution
... of top leader of the German Communist Party, a position temporarily held by factional ally Ernst Meyer. 28, 1923, Brandler and Thalheimer's faction prevailed over the KPD Left, a group led by Ernst Thaelmann, Arkadi Maslow, and Ruth Fischer ... of new German Communist Party leader Ernst Thaelmann, an individual stoutly supported by the ever more powerful Russian Communist Party leadership ...