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Rudolf Allers
Rudolf Allers

Rudolf Allers (1883-1963) was an Austrian psychiatrist who was a member of the first group of the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud.

Career

Allers was the only Catholic to join the first group of the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud. Together with Alfred Adler, he later distanced himself from psychoanalysis. He was later detached from the group of Adler along with Oswald Schwarz. He taught at the University of Vienna (1919).

He was master of Viktor Frankl, guidance of Hans Urs von Balthasar and friend of St. Edith Stein. Both von Balthasar and Stein lived for several months in the house of Allers in Vienna.

He studied the preventive method of St. John Bosco and his pedagogical applications, and at the invitation of Father Agostino Gemelli, was in Italy to study the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas at the Catholic University of Milan and graduated in Philosophy in 1934.

With the annexation of Austria to the Third Reich, Allers emigrated to the United States, where he taught at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC (1938 - 1948), and later at Georgetown University in Washington DC.

He was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1958.[1]

Family

In 1908 he married Carola Meitner, sister Lise physical and contributor to the Nobel laureate Otto Hahn.

Death

Allers is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Washington DC.

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Rudolf Allers Rudolf Allers (1883-1963) was an Austrian psychiatrist who was a member of the first group of the founder of psychoanalysis , Sigmund Freud. Career Allers was the only Catholic to join the first group of the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud . Together with Alfred Adler , he later distanced himself from psychoanalysis . He was later detached from the group of Adler along with Oswald Schwarz . He taught at the University of Vienna (1919). He was master of Viktor Frankl , guidance of Hans Urs von Balthasar and friend of St. Edith Stein . Both von Balthasar and Stein lived for several months in the house of Allers in Vienna. He studied the preventive method of St. John Bosco and his pedagogical applications, and at the invitation of Father Agostino Gemelli , was in Italy to study the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas at the Catholic University of Milan and graduated in Philosophy in 1934. With the annexation of Austria to the Third Reich, Allers emigrated to the United States, where he taught



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Michaelmas

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Michaelmas ( ; also known as the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, Uriel and Raphael , the Feast of the Archangels , or the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels ) is a minor Christian festival observed in some Western liturgical calendars on 29 September. Michaelmas has been one of the four quarter days of the financial year. The Serbian Orthodox Church observes the feast, whereas most Eastern Orthodox Churches do not. The Greek and Romanian Orthodox honor the archangels on 8 November instead. In Christian angelology , the Archangel Michael is the greatest of all the Archangels and is honored for defeating Satan in the war in heaven . He is one of the principal angelic warriors, seen as a protector against the dark of night, and the administrator of cosmic intelligence. Michaelmas has also delineated time and seasons for secular purposes, as well, particularly in Britain and Ireland as one of the quarter days. History Saint Michael defeats the Dragon, from a 12th-century manuscript . In the fifth century



West Francia

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In medieval historiography, West Francia ( Latin : Francia occidentalis) or the Kingdom of the West Franks (regnum Francorum occidentalium) was the western part of Charlemagne's Empire , inhabited and ruled by the Germanic Franks that forms the earliest stage of the Kingdom of France , lasting from about 840 until 987. West Francia was formed out of the division of the Carolingian Empire in 843 under the Treaty of Verdun after the death of Emperor Louis the Pious and the east–west division which "gradually hardened into the establishment of separate kingdoms (...) of what we can begin to call Germany and France." West Francia extended further south than modern France, but it did not extend as far east. By the 10th century the rule of its kings was greatly reduced and it did not include Lorraine , Burgundy , Alsace and Provence , nor Normandy which was given to Normans in return for the end of raiding. In Brittany and Catalonia the authority of the West Frankish king was barely felt. West Frankish kings were e



List of Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross recipients (R)

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The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross ( German : Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes ) and its variants were the highest awards in the military of the Third Reich during World War II . The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded for a wide range of reasons and across all ranks, from a senior commander for skilled leadership of his troops in battle to a low-ranking soldier for a single act of extreme gallantry. A total of 7,321 awards were made between its first presentation on 30 September 1939 and its last bestowal on 17 June 1945. This number is based on the analysis and acceptance of the order commission of the Association of Knight's Cross Recipients (AKCR). Presentations were made to members of the three military branches of the Wehrmacht —the Heer ( Army ), Kriegsmarine ( Navy ) and Luftwaffe ( Air Force )—as well as the Waffen-SS , the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD—Reich Labour Service) and the Volkssturm (German national militia ). There were also 43 recipients in the military forces of allies of the Th



Friedrich Bergius

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Friedrich Karl Rudolf Bergius (11 October 1884 – 30 March 1949) was a German chemist known for the Bergius process for producing synthetic fuel from coal , Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1931, together with Carl Bosch ) in recognition of contributions to the invention and development of chemical high-pressure methods. Having worked with IG Farben during World War II , his citizenship came into question following the war, causing him to ultimately flee to Argentina , where he acted as adviser to the Ministry of Industry. Friedrich Bergius Bergius was born near Breslau (Wrocław) , within the German Empire 's Prussian Province of Silesia . Academic career Before studying chemistry, Bergius was sent to work for 6 months at the Friedrich Wilhelms steel works in Mülheim . His studies started at the University of Breslau in 1903 and ended with a PhD in chemistry at the University of Leipzig in 1907, after only 4 years. His thesis on sulfuric acid as solvent was supervised by Arthur Rudolf Hantzsch . In 1909 Bergius worke



Arne Næss Jr.

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Arne Næss Jr. (born Arne Rudolf Ludvig Raab ; 8 December 1937 – 13 January 2004) was a Norwegian businessman, shipping magnate and mountaineer . Personal life Næss was born in Germany in 1937 to German physician August Oskar German Raab (1901–1993) and Kirsten "Kiki" Dekke Næss (1907–2001), a Norwegian national whose brother was philosopher and mountaineer Arne Næss . Næss' family lived in Germany during World War II . His parents divorced after the war, and Næss moved to Norway with his mother where they both took her maiden name Næss. In 1964, Næss moved to New York to work for his uncle Erling Dekke Næss, a shipping magnate and businessman. He started his own business in London in 1968 where he was successful in shipping and oil, and in real estate. He would go on to make a few bad investments in the 1990s in Pyramid scheme Global Money Games . His biggest success turned out to be an investment in an old IT business, Tandberg Data , and various real estate investments around the world. He had built up his



Mayerling incident

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Photograph of the Imperial hunting lodge at Mayerling with the caption: Mayerling, Altes Jagdschloß des Kronprinzen Rudolf vor 1889 (in English: Mayerling, the old hunting lodge of Crown Prince Rudolf before 1889). Photographs of Crown Prince Rudolf and Baroness Mary Vetsera The Mayerling Incident is the series of events leading to the apparent murder–suicide of Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria (21 August 1858 – 30 January 1889) and his lover, Baroness Mary Vetsera (19 March 1871 – 30 January 1889). Rudolf was the only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and Empress Elisabeth , and heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire . Rudolf's mistress was the daughter of Baron Albin Vetsera, a diplomat at the Austrian court. The bodies of the 30-year-old Archduke and the 17-year-old baroness were discovered in the Imperial hunting lodge at Mayerling in the Vienna Woods , fifteen miles southwest of the capital, on the morning of 30 January 1889. The death of the crown prince had momentous consequences for t



Hans Fallada

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Hans Fallada (born Rudolf Wilhelm Friedrich Ditzen ; 21 July 1893 – 5 February 1947) was a German writer of the first half of the 20th century. Some of his better known novels include Little Man, What Now? (1932) and Every Man Dies Alone (1947). His works belong predominantly to the New Objectivity literary style, with precise details and journalistic veneration of the facts. Fallada's pseudonym derives from a combination of characters found in the Grimm's Fairy Tales : the protagonist of Hans in Luck (KHM 83) and a horse named Falada in The Goose Girl . Early life Fallada was born in Greifswald , Germany, the child of a magistrate on his way to becoming a supreme court judge and a mother from a middle-class background, both of whom shared an enthusiasm for music, and to a lesser extent, literature. Jenny Williams notes in her biography More Lives than One (1998), that Fallada's father would often read aloud to his children works by authors such as Shakespeare and Schiller . In 1899, when Fallada was 6, his



Gerd von Rundstedt

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Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt (12 December 1875 – 24 February 1953) was a Field Marshal in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II . Born into a Prussian family with a long military tradition, Rundstedt entered the Prussian Army in 1892. During World War I , he served mainly as a staff officer. In the inter-war years, he continued his military career, reaching the rank of Colonel General (Generaloberst) before retiring in 1938. He was recalled at the beginning of World War II as commander of Army Group South in the invasion of Poland . He commanded Army Group A during the Battle of France , and was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal in 1940. In the invasion of the Soviet Union , he commanded Army Group South , responsible for the largest encirclement in history, the Battle of Kiev , as well as the largest mass killing of the Holocaust to that date, at Babi Yar . He was relieved of command in December 1941, but was recalled in 1942 and appointed Commander-in-Chief in the West. He was dismissed af



Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria

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Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria (Rudolf Franz Karl Joseph; 21 August 1858 – 30 January 1889) was the only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I and heir apparent to the throne of Austria-Hungary from birth. In 1889, he died in a suicide pact with his mistress , Baroness Mary Vetsera , at the Mayerling hunting lodge . The ensuing scandal made international headlines. He was named after the first Habsburg King of Germany , Rudolf I , who assumed the throne in 1273. Background Rudolf was born at Schloss Laxenburg , a castle near Vienna , as the son of Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth . Influenced by his tutor Ferdinand von Hochstetter (who later became the first superintendent of the Imperial Natural History Museum ), Rudolf became very interested in natural sciences, starting a mineral collection at an early age. After his death, large portions of his mineral collection came into the possession of the University for Agriculture in Vienna. In 1877 the Count of Bombelles was master of the young prince. Bom



Rudolf Bultmann

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Rudolf Karl Bultmann ( German: ; 20 August 1884 – 30 July 1976) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of Marburg . He was one of the major figures of early 20th century biblical studies and a prominent voice in liberal Christianity . Bultmann is known for his belief that the historical analysis of the New Testament is both futile and unnecessary, given that the earliest Christian literature showed little interest in specific locations. Bultmann argued that all that matters is the "thatness", not the "whatness" of Jesus, i.e. only that Jesus existed, preached and died by crucifixion matters, not what happened throughout his life. Bultmann relied on demythologization , an approach interpreting the mythological elements in the New Testament existentially. Bultmann contended that only faith in the kerygma , or proclamation, of the New Testament was necessary for Christian faith, not any particular facts regarding the historical Jesus . Background Bultmann was born in



Dreadnought

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The Royal Navy 's HMS Dreadnought , the world's first dreadnought USS Texas , the only dreadnought still in existence, was launched in 1912 and is now a museum ship. The dreadnought was the predominant type of battleship in the early 20th century. The first of its kind, the Royal Navy 's Dreadnought , made such a strong impression on people's minds when launched in 1906 that similar battleships built subsequently were referred to generically as "dreadnoughts", and earlier battleships became known as " pre-dreadnoughts ". Dreadnought ' s design had two revolutionary features: an "all-big-gun" armament scheme, with more heavy-calibre guns than previous ships, and steam turbine propulsion. As dreadnoughts became a symbol of national power, the arrival of these new warships was a crucial catalyst in the intensifying naval arms race between the United Kingdom and Germany . With the launch of a single ship, Dreadnought, the scales of naval power were reset overnight. As a result, dreadnought races sprang up around



Scorpions (band)

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Scorpions are a German rock band formed in 1965 in Hanover by Rudolf Schenker . Since the band's inception, its musical style has ranged from hard rock to heavy metal . The lineup from 1978–92 was the most successful incarnation of the group, and included singer Klaus Meine (vocals), Rudolf Schenker (rhythm guitar), Matthias Jabs (lead guitar), Francis Buchholz (bass guitar), and Herman Rarebell (drums). The band's only constant member has been Schenker, although Meine has been the lead singer for all of the band's studio albums, and Jabs has been a consistent member since 1979. During the mid-1970s, with guitarist Uli Jon Roth part of the line-up, the music of the Scorpions was defined as hard rock. After the departure of Roth in 1978, Matthias Jabs joined and, following the guidance of producer Dieter Dierks , the Scorpions changed their sound towards melodic heavy metal, mixed with rock power ballads . Throughout the 1980s the group received positive reviews and critical acclaim from music critics, an



Rudolph Fentz

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Rudolph Fentz (also spelled as Rudolf Fenz ) is the focal character of "I'm Scared", a 1952 science fiction short story by Jack Finney , which was later reported as an urban legend as if the events had truly happened. The story tells of a 19th-century-looking young man possessing items of that period who is found confused in the middle of 1951 Times Square before being hit by a car and killed, suggesting that he had, perhaps involuntarily, time travelled about a century forwards. The story of Rudolph Fentz became one of the more significant urban legends of the 1970s and has been repeated occasionally since; with the spread of the Internet in the 1990s, it has been reported more often as a reproduction of facts and presented as evidence for the existence of time travel . Urban legend The Fentz legend describes how one evening in mid-June 1951, at about 11:15 p.m., passersby at New York City 's Times Square noticed a man of about 20 years of age, dressed in the fashion of the late 19th century. No one observed



Merrie Melodies

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Merrie Melodies is an American animated series of comedy short films produced by Warner Bros. between 1931 and 1969, during the golden age of American animation . As with its sister series, Looney Tunes , it featured some of the most famous cartoon characters ever created; including Bugs Bunny , Daffy Duck , Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd . Merrie Melodies was originally produced by Harman-Ising Pictures from 1931 to 1933, and then Leon Schlesinger Productions from 1933 to 1944. Schlesinger sold his studio to Warner Bros. in 1944, and the newly renamed Warner Bros. Cartoons continued production until 1963. It was outsourced to DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and Format Films from 1964 to 1967, and Warner Bros. Cartoons resumed production for its final two years. Three of the Merrie Melodies films ( Tweetie Pie , Speedy Gonzales and Birds Anonymous ) won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film and another three ( Duck Amuck , One Froggy Evening and What's Opera, Doc? ) have been inducted into the National Film Re



Rudolph Walker

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Rudolph Malcolm Walker , OBE (born 28 September 1939), is a Trinidadian actor , best known for his roles on British television. He was the first black actor to appear in a major British TV series, his breakthrough role as Bill in the 1970s sitcom Love Thy Neighbour (co-starring fellow Trinidadian Nina Baden-Semper ) leading to a long and varied acting career. He is currently best known as Patrick Trueman in the BBC One TV soap opera EastEnders , in which he has acted since 2001. Early life and emigration Rudolph Walker was born in San Juan , Trinidad , and began acting as an eight-year-old in primary school, going on to join Derek Walcott 's Trinidad Theatre Workshop as its youngest member. With the aim of furthering his career he left the island at the age of 20 in 1960. He had been planning to go to the United States, where he had connections, but actor Errol John — who had already migrated to Britain but was in Trinidad doing a play — convinced him to go to the UK, where the training was superior. Car



Rudolph Schoenheimer

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Rudolph Schoenheimer (May 10, 1898 – September 11, 1941) was a German / U.S. biochemist who developed the technique of isotope tagging of biomolecules , enabling detailed study of metabolism . This work revealed that all the constituents of an organism are in a constant state of chemical renewal. Born in Berlin , after graduating in medicine from the Friedrich Wilhelm University there, he learned further organic chemistry at the University of Leipzig and then studied biochemistry at the University of Freiburg where he rose to be Head of Physiological Chemistry. He spent the 1930-31 academic year at the University of Chicago. In 1933, following the rise of the Nazis to power he emigrated from Germany to the Columbia University to join the department of Biological Chemistry. Working with David Rittenberg , from the radiochemistry laboratory of Harold C. Urey and later together with Konrad Bloch , they used stable isotopes to tag foodstuffs and trace their metabolism within living things. He further established



Rudi Völler

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Rudolf "Rudi" Völler ( pronounced ; born 13 April 1960), nicknamed "Tante Käthe" (English: "Aunt Käthe"), is a German former international footballer and a former manager of the Germany national team . A former forward , he won the FIFA World Cup in 1990 as a player. Along with Mário Zagallo and Franz Beckenbauer , Völler has the distinction of reaching a World Cup final as both a player ( 1986 and 1990) and as a manager ( 2002 ). Club career Völler started his career with 1860 Hanau before joining Bundesliga club Werder Bremen in 1982, winning his first cap for West Germany that same year. Following a successful season in which he was the Bundesliga's top scorer, foreign clubs became interested in the striker, and in 1987 he was transferred to Roma , where he became a mainstay of the team and earned the nickname "er tedesco" ("the German") and also "il tedesco volante" ("the flying German"). He won the Coppa Italia in 1991 and was the club's top scorer on several occasions. In 1992, Roma decided to sell Völ



Tillmann Uhrmacher

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Tillmann Uhrmacher ( German pronunciation: ; 14 May 1967 – 30 May 2011) was a German DJ , producer , and radio host in the field of Electronic dance music . Career Tillmann Uhrmacher started his career as a light jockey in a well-known little club, worked in a record shop and went on to become an internationally renowned DJ. Musical recognition was first achieved by Uhrmacher as a founding member of the electronic group Mysterious Art , along with Michael Krautter , Mike Staab , Nicole Boeúf and Stephanie Trautmann . In 1988, the band's first single "Das   Omen" became a number one hit in Germany, selling over 400,000 copies. It spent 29   weeks in the German charts and was the second most successful single of the year. This was followed by a second single " Karma – Omen 2 ", which also reached the top 10. In 1990, the band supported Madonna 's Blond Ambition World Tour . In June 1990, Uhrmacher began his own radio-show broadcast every Saturday evening on RPR1. Later, this show was broadcast on sunshine li



List of Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross recipients (Bn–Bz)

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The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross ( German : Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes ) and its variants were the highest awards in the military of the Third Reich during World War II . The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded for a wide range of reasons and across all ranks, from successful military leadership to extreme battlefield bravery. A total of 7,321 awards were made between its first presentation on 30 September 1939 and its last bestowal on 17 June 1945. This number is based on the analysis and acceptance of the order commission of the Association of Knight's Cross Recipients (AKCR). Presentations were made to members of the three military branches of the Wehrmacht —the Heer ( Army ), Kriegsmarine ( Navy ) and Luftwaffe ( Air Force )—as well as the Waffen-SS , the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD—Reich Labour Service) and the Volkssturm (German national militia ). There were also 43 recipients in the military forces of allies of the Third Reich . These recipients are listed in the 1986 edition of Walth




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