Konrad Von

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Prince-Bishopric Of Bamberg - Bishops of Bamberg, 1007–1803
... Eberhard I 1007-1040 Suidger von Morsleben 1040-1046 (Later Pope Clement II) Hartwig von Bogen 1047-1053 Adalbert of Carinthia 1053-1057 Günther 1057-1065 Hermann I von Formbach 1065-1075 Rupprecht 1075-1102 ...
Hoch- Und Deutschmeister - List of Grand Masters of The Teutonic Order - Grand Masters of The Order, 1198–1525
... military order 1198–1200 Heinrich Walpot von Bassenheim 1200–1208 Otto von Kerpen 1208–1209 Heinrich von Tunna 1209–1239 Hermann von Salza 1239–1240 Konrad von Thüringen 1240–1 ...
Rulers Of Estonia - Southern Estonia - Livonian Order
... Georg von Eichstadt 1261–1263 Werner von Breithausen 1263–1266 Konrad von Mandern (Manstadt) 1266–1270 Otto von Lutterberg 1271.. ... Andreas von Westphalen 1271–1273 Walther von Nordeck (Nortecken) 1273–1279 Ernst von Ratzeburg (Rassburg) 1279–1280 Gerhard von Katzenelnbogen 1280 ... Mangold von Sternberg (Manhold von Sternberg) 1282–1288 Wilhelm von Nindorf (Wilken von Endorp, Willekin von Endorp) 1288–1290 Konrad von Hazzigenstein (Konrad von Hattstein, Konrad von ...
Masters of The Livonian Order
... Hermann Balk 1237–38 Dietrich von Grüningen 1238–42 Dietrich von Grüningen 1244–46 Andreas von Stierland 1248–53 Anno von Sangershausen 1253–56 Burchard von Hornhausen 1256–60 Werner von ...
Timeline Of Computing Hardware 2400 BC–1949 - 1940–1949
... with limited backing from the DVL (German Aeronautical Research Institute), Konrad Zuse completed the 'Z3' (originally 'V3') the first operational programmable computer. 1942 Konrad Zuse developed the S1, the world's first process computer, used by Henschel to measure the surface of wings ... program controlled machine (after Konrad Zuse's) ...

Famous quotes containing the words von and/or konrad:

    The force of a language does not consist of rejecting what is foreign but of swallowing it.
    —Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    ... So damn your food and damn your wines,
    Your twisted loaves and twisting vines,
    Your table d’hôte, your à la carte,
    . . . .
    From now on you can keep the lot.
    Take every single thing you’ve got,
    Your land, your wealth, your men, your dames,
    Your dream of independent power,
    And dear old Konrad Adenauer,
    And stick them up your Eiffel Tower.
    Anthony Jay (b. 1930)