Gunther, Hans

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Günther,

Hans, German physician, 1884-1956.
Günther disease - autosomal recessive type of erythropoietic porphyria.
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The delegation included Huxiang Zhao, ex-president FIATA, Robert A Voltman, Francesco S Parisi, Ivan Petrov, Basil Pietersen, Turgut Erkeskin and Hans Gunther.
In 2014, a French documentary titled L'Ombre d'un Doute (The Shadow of a Doubt), claimed that she had an affair with a senior Nazi official, Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage.
Documents allegedly also revealed she had an affair with a senior Gestapo officer named Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage when she was 57 years old.
Hans Gunther Oberlack, Mayor of Glienicke/Nordbahn, a residential area north of Berlin, Germany, organized a ceremony to celebrate the 66th independence day of Sri Lanka in the town hall.
Les Murphy was on holiday from Ireland when he fished and returned 17 trout; Hans Gunther caught and returned a dozen fish during his holiday visit from Germany and also Jan Dekker, from Holland, caught and released 11 fish.
During the German occupation of her homeland, Chanel fell in love with Nazi spymaster 57-year-old Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage, who recruited her as an agent of his espionage ring operating in Paris and the Mediterranean.
This is frequently explained by the fact that she lived openly with the German intelligence analyst Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage in the Ritz during the occupation of Paris and that, as she herself put it, "Really, sir, a woman at my age cannot be expected to look at his passport if she has a chance for a lover.
Journalist Hal Vaughan reports in a new book, "Sleeping With the Enemy: Coco Chanel's Secret War" that in 1940, Chanel was recruited into the German military organization Abwehr, through one of her lovers, Baron Hans Gunther von Dincklage, a German agent who was honored by Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels during the war, reports the New York Post.
Born in 1910 in Prague to Jewish parents, Hans Gunther Adler studied musicology, literature and philosophy at Charles University, where he received his doctorate in 1935.
Georgas, Dimitri, "Impacts of Climate change and sea level rise on the Mediterranean coastal zones," in Hans Gunther Branch, P.
It is a curious irony that while the works of Socialist Realism have all but disappeared from the Russian literature reading lists in many universities, there has been an upsurge in theoretical works about the phenomenon itself, one of the more egregious examples being Sotsrealisticheskii kanon, edited by Hans Gunther and Evgenii Dobrenko (St Petersburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2000), which weighs in at over a thousand pages.
Hans Gunther Meissner was born in Dusseldorf at the 24th of September in 1929.