• Frida Kahlo

    1907 - 1954

    Frida Kahlo (1907 - 1954)

    Founding Artist of the Neomexicanismo movement. Born in Coyoacán, Mexico. A polio survivor, Kahlo entered the premedical program at National Prepatory School, Mexico City, at the age of 15, however, her medical training was halted by a critical bus accident when she was 18. Her convalescence would last a year, and she would face more […]

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  • Frida Kahlo

    1907 - 1954

    Frida Kahlo (1907 - 1954)

    Founding Artist of the Neomexicanismo movement. Born in Coyoacán, Mexico. A polio survivor, Kahlo entered the premedical program at National Prepatory School, Mexico City, at the age of 15, however, her medical training was halted by a critical bus accident when she was 18. Her convalescence would last a year, and she would face more […]

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  • Frieda Inescort

    1901 - 1976

    Frieda Inescort (1901 - 1976)

    Actress. The daughter of actress Elaine Inescort and a British journalist, Inescort made her first Broadway appearance in the 1922 production “The Truth About Blayds.” After a successful career on stage, Inescort arrived in Hollywood in 1935, from 1935 to 1960, she was ‘Miss Bingley’ in “Pride and Prejudice.” Two of her better roles were […]

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  • Friedensreich Hundertwasser

    1928 - 2000

    Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 - 2000)

    Controversial Austrian Painter and Architect. He claimed that straight lines were an invention of the devil. Among others he built the “Hundertwasserhaus” in Vienna. The name he gave himself means something like “Empire of Peace Hundred Waters”. He owned property on New Zealand and was to be buried there in his “Garden of the Happy […]

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  • Friedrich August von Hayek

    1899 - 1992

    Friedrich August von Hayek (1899 - 1992)

    Austrian economist. Born in Vienna. The son of August von Hayek, a Prussian doctor in the municipal health service. At his father’s suggestion, Friedrich, as a teenager, read the genetic and evolutionary works of Hugo de Vries and the philosophical works of Ludwig Feuerbach.  In school Friedrich was much taken by one instructor’s lectures on […]

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  • Friedrich Hayek

    1899 - 1992

    Friedrich Hayek (1899 - 1992)

    Friedrich Hayek CH (German: [ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈaʊ̯ɡʊst ˈhaɪ̯ɛk]; 8 May 1899 – 23 March 1992), born in Austria-Hungary as Friedrich August von Hayek and frequently referred to as F. A. Hayek, was an Austrian-British economist and philosopher best known for his defense of classical liberalism. Hayek shared the 1974 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with […]

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  • Friedrich Hitzig

    1811 - 1881

    Friedrich Hitzig (1811 - 1881)

    Architect of the Berlin Stock Exchange (bio by: David Conway)  Family links:  Parents:  Julius Eduard Hitzig (1780 – 1849)  Children:  Julius Eduard H. Hitzig (1838 – 1907)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Friedrich Hoffmann

    1818 - 1900

    Friedrich Hoffmann (1818 - 1900)

    Pioneer of new methods of producing building materials; his memorial makes liberal use of his products. (bio by: David Conway)  Family links:  Spouse:  Bertha Luise Amalie Fluegel Hoffmann (1816 – 1898)*  Children:  Agathe Hoffmann (1848 – 1855)*  Eda Hoffmann (1849 – 1855)*  Fritz Hoffmann (1851 – 1855)*  Hans Hoffmann (1854 – 1855)*  Bertha Auguste Marianne […]

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  • Friedrich Hollaender

    1896 - 1976

    Friedrich Hollaender (1896 - 1976)

    Friedrich Hollaender was born in London, where his father, operetta composer Victor Hollaender, worked as a musical director at the Barnum & Bailey Circus. Young Hollaender had a solid music and theatre family background: his uncle Gustav was director of the Stern Conservatory in Berlin, his uncle Felix Hollaender was a well-known novelist and drama […]

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  • Friedrich Karl Flick

    1927 - 2006

    Friedrich Karl Flick (1927 - 2006)

    Industrialist. He graduated in business economics from the University of Munich in 1957 and joined his father’s Flick Enterprises. He was named head of the business in 1975, building the Flick Group’s stakes in Daimler-Benz, Feldmuhle, Dynamit Nobel and other automotive, paper and chemical ventures, into a worldwide conglomerate. He was believed to be Austria’s […]

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  • Friedrich Soennecken

    1848 - 1919

    Friedrich Soennecken (1848 - 1919)

    Inventor of many office tools like a punch and a marking pen) and businessman, and founder of the Soenecken company that is still a successful business in Germany today.

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  • Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel

    1782 - 1852

    Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel (1782 - 1852)

    Educator. Creator of the Kindergarten System. In 1837 he founded the Play and Activity Institute in Bad Blankenburg, Germany,  changing its name to the Kindergarten (“Children’s Garden”) in 1840.  Froebel was one of the first to use systematized play as a method to stimulate learning among the very young. (bio by: Tom Denardo)

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  • Fritha Goodey

    1972 - 2004

    Fritha Goodey (1972 - 2004)

    Actress. A native of Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey, England, Goodey is best known for her role as ‘Moira Gatewood’ on the British television series, “Dr. Willoughby” in 1999. Goodey also appeared in the films, “The Red Phone: Manhunt” (2001), “About A Boy” (2002), “Case Of Evil” (2002), “Bookcruncher” (2002), “The Lost Prince” (2003), and “When I’m Sixty-Four” […]

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  • Fritz Bachschmidt

    1928 - 1992

    Fritz Bachschmidt (1928 - 1992)

    Actor. Played ‘Gottlieb Griese’ in the famous TV-Series “Lindenstrasse.” (bio by: JSesto)  Inscription:Das Ende ist Unterwegssein

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  • Fritz Cremer

    1906 - 1993

    Fritz Cremer (1906 - 1993)

    Scultpor, Painter. He was born in Arnsberg, Germany. He fought against fascism during II World War. He is remembered for works such as “Buchenwald Memorial,” “Auferstehender,” “Aufbauhelfer,” “Mütterguppe,” “Denkmal Für Deutsche Spanienkámpfer” and “Trauernde.” He died in Berlin.  (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Fritz Feld

    1900 - 1993

    Fritz Feld (1900 - 1993)

    German-born stage, motion picture, and television actor. He had a life-long career in show business, spanning from 1917 to 1989. His trademark was a popping sound which he made by bouncing the flat of his hand off his mouth.  Family links:  Spouse:  Virginia Christine (1920 – 1996)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Fritz Haber

    1868 - 1934

    Fritz Haber (1868 - 1934)

    During his time at University of Karlsruhe from 1894 to 1911, Fritz Haber and his assistant Robert Le Rossignol invented the Haber–Bosch process, which is the catalytic formation of ammonia from hydrogen and atmospheric nitrogen under conditions of high temperature and pressure. This discovery was a direct consequence of Le Châtelier’s principle, announced in 1884, […]

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  • Fritz Henkel

    1848 - 1930

    Fritz Henkel (1848 - 1930)

    Founder of the Henkel detergent factories (Persil).

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  • Fritz Klein

    1888 - 1945

    Fritz Klein (1888 - 1945)

    Fritz Klein was born in Feketehalom, Austria-Hungary (now Codlea in central Romania). Klein was considered a Volksdeutscher, or ethnic German. He studied medicine at the University of Budapest and completed his military service in Romania, finishing his studies in Budapest after World War I. He lived as a doctor in Siebenbürgen (Transylvania). In 1939 as […]

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  • Fritz Reiner

    1888 - 1963

    Fritz Reiner (1888 - 1963)

    Fritz Reiner was born in Budapest, Austria-Hungary into a secular Jewish family that resided in the Pest area of the city. After preliminary studies in law at his father’s urging, Reiner pursued the study of piano, piano pedagogy, and composition at the Franz Liszt Academy. During his last two years there, his piano teacher was […]

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  • Fritzi Burr

    1924 - 2003

    Fritzi Burr (1924 - 2003)

    Actress. Appeared in motion pictures and on television. She appeared in the motion pictures, “3 Ninjas” (1992), “Like Normal People” (1979), “Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night” (1977), “Cover Girls” (1977), “The New Original Wonder Woman” (1975), “Chinatown” (1974), “Frasier, The Sensuous Lion” (1973), and “How Do I Love Thee?” (1970). Among her many television […]

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  • Fritzi Scheff

    1879 - 1954

    Fritzi Scheff (1879 - 1954)

    Singer, Entertainer. The daughter of Hortense Scheff Yarger, a prima donna with the Imperial Opera in Vienna, she made her debut at  eight years old singing Juliet in  “Romeo and Juliet” with the Frankfurt Opera company. She appeared with several opera companies in Germany, she spent three years with the Metropolitan Opera in New York. […]

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  • Furman Bisher

    1918 - 2012

    Furman Bisher (1918 - 2012)

    Sports Journalist, Author. An esteemed and celebrated sports writer who made a lasting impression on the landscape of American sports journalism, he was known nationally for his association with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (in addition to Sports Illustrated and the Saturday Evening Post) from 1950 until his retirement in 2009. Born James Furman Bisher, his father […]

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