Bernd Freier eröffnete 1969 in Würzburg die Modeboutique mit dem Namen Sir Oliver. Auf nur 25 m² startete der gelernte Karosseriebauer sein Geschäft. Heute beschäftigt das Modeunternehmen einige tausend Mitarbeiter. Die Hauptgeschäftsstelle befindet sich in dem 2008 neu eröffneten Hauptgebäude in Rottendorf, Kreis Würzburg. Die Produkte von s.Oliver werden in über 20 Ländern, darunter in ganz Europa sowie in Indien und in Asien produziert und verkauft. 1978 wurde aus Sir Oliver der Name s.Oliver. Im Laufe der Jahre hat der erfolgreiche Unternehmer sein Sortiment erweitert und bietet nun auch hochwertige Damen- und Herrendüfte an. Black Label Men für den besonderen AugenblickFrisch und dynamisch zeigt sich die After Shave Lotion Black Label Men von s.Oliver. Diese Kopfnote erinnert an Schwarzen Tee und frische Äpfel, begleitet von dem würzigen Duft nach rosa Pfeffer. Elegant wirkt die Herznote durch die Aromen von Rosmarin, Geranie und zarten Veilchen. Wenn sich schließlich die Basisnote entwickelt hat, wird der männliche Aspekt durch den Duft von Moos, Tonka Bohne und Moschus spürbar. Die After Shave Lotion mit dem neuen Duft Black Label Men bleibt in Erinnerung und hält wunderbare Augenblicke fest. Die After Shave Lotion gibt es im eleganten 50-ml-Flakon.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rudolf II von Scherenberg (c. 1401 1495) was Bishop of Würzburg from 1466 until his death. Rudolf von Scherenberg was the son of Erhard von Scherenberg and Anna von Massbach. On April 30, 1466, he was appointed as bishop to replace Johann von Grumbach. He was confirmed as bishop on June 20, 1466. The Scherenberg Gate at the Fortress Marienberg, the entrance to the main courtyard, is named after him.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf I (died 3 August 908) was the Bishop of Würzburg from 892 until his death. He was the youngest son of Udo of Neustria. In 892, he was appointed as bishop to replace Arno, who had been killed during a campaign against Great Moravia. At the same time, his brother Conrad the Elder became Margrave of Thuringia, reflecting the influence the family held within East Francia. It is probable that Arnulf was switching his patronage from one family to another, because Poppo, Duke of Thuringia, a Babenberg, was deposed for counselling Arno to campaign. Soon after the Babenbergs and Conradines were in a feud. Rudolf was killed in 908 while fighting against the Magyars in Thuringia.
Friedrich von Spee (Friedrich Spee von Langenfeld) (Kaiserswerth, February 25, 1591 - Trier, August 7, 1635) was a German Jesuit and poet, most noted as an opponent of trials for witchcraft. Spee was the first person in his time who spoke strongly and with arguments against torture in general. He may be considered the first who ever gave good arguments why torture is not a way of obtaining truth from someone undergoing painful questioning. He was born at Kaiserswerth on the Rhine. On finishing his early education at Cologne, he entered the Society of Jesus in 1610, and, after prolonged studies and activity as a teacher at Trier, Fulda, Würzburg, Speyer, Worms and Mainz, was ordained priest in 1622. He became professor at the University of Paderborn in 1624, from 1626 he taught at Speyer, Wesel, Trier and Cologne, and was preacher at Paderborn, Cologne and Hildesheim.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The city of Warsaw was nearly destroyed in a planned way by Nazi Germany after the fall of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944.Destruction of the Polish capital was already planned before its final destruction in 1944, even before the start of World War II. On 20 June 1939 while Adolf Hitler was visiting an architectural bureau in Würzburg am Main, his attention was captured by a project of a future German town ? "Neue deutsche Stadt Warschau". In plan called the Pabst Plan Warsaw was to be turned into a provincial German city. The project was soon to be included as a part of the great germanization plan of the East, the infamous Generalplan Ost. The aftermath of the failure of the Warsaw Uprising was a good time for Hitler to start realization his pre-war conception.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Otloh of St Emmeram (also Othlo) (c. 1010 c. 1072) was a Benedictine monk of St Emmeram's in Regensburg, known as a scholar and educator. Otloh was born around 1010 in the bishopric of Freising. After studying at Tegernsee and Hersfeld, he was called to Würzburg by Bishop Meinhard (due, Otloh tells us in his Book of Visions, to his skill as a scribe). Otloh served as a secular cleric in the diocese of Freising before pursuing a monastic career against the wishes of his father, he eventually took monastic vows in 1032 at St. Emmeram's, Regensburg. Appointed dean in 1055, he also was magister scholae (head of the monastic school), and numbered among his students the reforming abbot William of Hirsau ( 1091).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Graf August von Platen-Hallermünde (24 October 1796 - 5 December 1835), German poet and dramatist, was born at Ansbach, the son of the Oberforstmeister in the little principality of that name. In German he mostly is called Count (Graf) Platen. The latter, together with other Franconian principalities, having shortly after his birth become incorporated with Bavaria, he entered the school of cadets (Kadettenhaus) in Munich, where he showed early promise of poetical talent. In 1810 he passed into the royal school of pages (Königliche Pagerie), and in 1814 was appointed lieutenant in the regiment of Bavarian life-guards. With it he took part in the short campaign in France of 1815, being in bivouac for several months near Mannheim and in the department of the Yonne. He saw no fighting, however, and returned home with his regiment towards the close of the same year. Possessed of an intense desire for study, and finding garrison life distasteful and irksome, he obtained a long leave of absence, and after a tour in Switzerland and the Bavarian Alps, entered the university of Würzburg in 1818 as a student of philosophy and philology.
Oswald Silberrad (1878 - 17 June, 1960) was a British chemist who specialised in explosives, the related field of dye stuffs, and metallurgy. Silberrad was born at Buckhurst Hill in Essex and was the younger brother of the writer Una Lucy Silberrad. He studied chemistry at the City and Guilds Technical College. From 1898 to 1900 he attended the University of Würzburg. On leaving Würzburg he worked at various positions until he joined the United Kingdom Government Explosives Committee. This committee had been set up after the Boer War to investigate the shortcomings of British explosives. In 1901, at the age of 23, Silberrad was appointed chemist to the committee. Later he took the position as head of the committee s research institute at Woolwich.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Otto Hellmuth (July 22, 1896 - April 20, 1968) was a member of the Nazi Party. Born at Markt Einersheim, he was Gauleiter of the German region of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) from 1928 to 1945. His home and office were in Würzburg, the capital of the Gau Mainfranken. By 1935, Hellmuth had his Gau renamed as Mainfranken. After World War II, the region's original name was reinstated. Over most of his term as Gauleiter, Hellmuth was not an impressive personality. Joseph Goebbels saw him as "a most retiring unassuming Gauleiter in whom one had not too much confidence." However, Hellmuth defended his Gau vigorously in the spring of 1945, as Goebbels noted in his diary on April 2.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Diana Damrau (born 31 May 1971 in Günzburg, Bavaria) is a German lyric coloratura soprano of the operatic stage. Diana Damrau was born in 1971 in Günzburg, Bavaria, Germany, and began her operatic studies with Carmen Hanganu at the Musikhochschule in Würzburg. After graduating from music conservatory she worked in Salzburg with Hanna Ludwig. Her first operatic engagements were in Würzburg and subsequently the National Theatre Mannheim and Oper Frankfurt. Since then, she has sung throughout the world at venues such as the Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera New York, the Royal Opera House, the Bavarian State Opera and the Salzburg Festival. She was invited to sing the title role in Antonio Salieri's Europa riconosciuta at the re-opening of La Scala, Milan in 2004, under the baton of Riccardo Muti.