Hauptmann


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Hauptmann

Gerhart . 1862--1946, German naturalist, dramatist, novelist, and poet. His works include the historical drama The Weavers (1892): Nobel prize for literature 1912
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But as the airship commander, Hauptmann Kuno Manger, never made any report of an attack upon his airship, we are left with something of a mystery.
He's been sitting a long time in jail." Kay added that Hauptmann was looking forward to "closing this chapter of his life."
Hauptmann was convicted of bigamy, forgery and unsworn falsification to authorities.
Christian Hauptmann and Mark Williams equally contributed to this case report.
However the progression of the seasons is carefully noted, even though the months are not named, and four events to which a date would seem intrinsic articulate the developing plot, though the dates themselves are not given: the birthdays of Charlotte, Ottilie, and Eduard, and the name-day of the Hauptmann. I hope eventually to show that in one matter at least this suppression of information is vital to the overall effect of the novel.
In court documents, Hauptmann took cash advances on credit cards by siphoning funds from the credit union.
Cassetti is, of course, Christie's version of Hauptmann and her villain's nasty end is perhaps wish-fulfilment.
Eicher, Theophil and Siegfried Hauptmann, Andreas Speicher.
6 And in the same year Bruno Richard Hauptmann was executed for kidnapping and killing who?
In September, 1934, Bruno Hauptmann, a German-born carpenter, was arrested after $14,000 of the ransom money was found in his home.
Professor Harald Hauptmann, head of a research project entitled "Rock Carvings and Inscriptions along the Karakorum Highway", told Dawn.com that a total of 37,051 carvings on 5,928 boulders or rock faces would be inundated after the construction of the Diamer-Basha Dam.
(the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, accused of kidnapping and killing Lindbergh' son)