Ludwig Riess
Ludwig Riess (December 1, 1861 – December 27, 1928) was a German-born historian and educator, noted for his work in late 19th century Japan.
Riess was born in Deutsch-Krone, Prussia (present-day W...
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Karl Löwith
Karl Löwith (9 January 1897 – 26 May 1973), was a German philosopher, a student of Heidegger. Löwith was one of the most prolific German philosophers of the twentieth century; the bibliography of his ...
Louis Boehmer
Louis Boehmer (30 May 1843 - 29 July 1896) was an ethnic German-American agronomist and government advisor in Meiji period Japan who later worked as a success entrepreneur in Yokohama.
Louis Boehm...
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Otfried Nippold
Otfried Nippold (May 21, 1864 – July 27, 1938) was a German–Swiss jurist, pacifist and internationalist. He was also an academic and a prolific author.Nippold was born in Wiesbaden, Germany as the son...
Curt Netto
Curt Adolph Netto (August 21, 1847-February 7, 1909) was a German metallurgist and educator. He is regarded as a precursor for the industrial utilization of aluminium. He was active in early Meiji per...
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Ottmar von Mohl
Ottmar von Mohl (17 January 1846 - 23 March 1922) was a German diplomat and government advisor in Meiji period Japan.Ottmar von Mohl, born in Tübingen, Germany was the son of famous jurist Robert von ...
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Johannes Ludwig Janson
Johannes Ludwig Janson (1849–1914) was a German specialist in veterinary science. He is noted for having introduced western veterinary science to Meiji period Japan in the late 19th century.
Janso...
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Pierre Littbarski
Pierre Michael Littbarski (born 16 April 1960 in Berlin) is a German football manager and former player. He was mainly a winger or attacking midfielder and is best known for his brilliant dribbling ab...
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Michael Rummenigge
Michael Rummenigge (born 3 February 1964 in Lippstadt, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a former German football player.
At the beginning of his career, Rummenigge did not have it easy as a player with ...
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Holger Osieck
Holger Osieck (born 31 August 1948) is a German football manager who last managed the Australian national association football team. Prior to the Australian role, he most recently managed J. League cl...
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Julius Scriba
Julius Karl Scriba (5 June 1848 – 3 January 1905) was a German surgeon serving as a foreign advisor in Meiji period Japan, where he was an important contributor to the development of Western medicine ...
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Uwe Rahn
Uwe Rahn (born 21 May 1962 in Mannheim, West Germany) is a former German football player.Rahn played 318 Bundesliga matches in his professional career, scoring the majority of his 107 Bundesliga goals...
Erwin Bälz
Erwin Bälz (13 January 1849 – 31 August 1913) was a German internist, anthropologist, personal physician to the Japanese Imperial Family and cofounder of modern western medicine in Japan.
Son...
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Adrian Sutil
Adrian Sutil ([ˈadɾjan zuˈtil]; born 11 January 1983) is a German racing driver who most recently drove for Sauber in Formula One for the 2014 season. He is currently reserve driver for the Williams t...
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Blomberg-Fritsch Affair
The Blomberg–Fritsch Affair, also known as the Blomberg–Fritsch crisis (German: Blomberg–Fritsch–Krise), was two related scandals in early 1938 which resulted in the subjugation of the German Armed Fo...
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Guido Buchwald
Guido Ulrich Buchwald (born 24 January 1961) is a German former football defender who is currently director of football of Stuttgarter Kickers.The best game of Buchwald's career was probably the final...
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Edward and Henry Schnell
Edward (*?1834) and Henry Schnell were two brothers of Dutch extraction and German arms-dealers active in Japan. After the enforced opening of Yokohama to foreign trade, Edward, who in the 1850s had s...
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Philipp Franz von Siebold
Philipp Franz Balthasar von Siebold (February 17, 1796 – October 18, 1866) was a German physician, botanist, and traveler. He taught some pupils Western medicine in Japan. He achieved prominence by hi...
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Uwe Bein
Uwe Bein (born 26 September 1960 in Heringen) is a former German footballer.Although, due to his reserved nature, he was never able to gain large public fame, his fans and experts call him one of the ...
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Max Janowski
Max Janowski (1912–1991), was a composer of Jewish liturgical music, a conductor, choir director, and voice teacher. Born in Berlin, in the early 1930s he became head of the piano department at the Mu...
Albrecht von Urach
Prince Albrecht of Urach (German: Fürst Albrecht von Urach, Graf von Württemberg; or Albrecht Fürst von Urach.) (18 October 1903 – 11 December 1969) was a German nobleman, artist and wartime...
Richard Vogt (aircraft designer)
Richard Vogt (19 December 1894 - January 1979) was a German engineer and aircraft designer.He is well known as a designer of unique warplanes, including an asymmetrically-shaped reconnaissance aircraf...
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Max Fesca
Max Fesca (March 31, 1846 – October 31, 1917) was a German specialist in agricultural science and agronomy, hired by the Meiji government of Japan as a foreign advisor from 1882-1894.
Fesca was bo...
Michael Krumm
Michael Krumm (born 19 March 1970 in Reutlingen, Germany) is an auto racing driver who won the 2011 FIA GT1 World Championship driving for JR Motorsports.
Krumm married Japanese tennis player Kimi...
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Franz Eckert
Franz Eckert (April 5, 1852 – August 6, 1916) was a German composer and musician who composed the harmony for Japan's national anthem, "Kimigayo" and the anthem of the Korean Empire, "A...
Oskar Kellner
Oskar (Oscar) Johann Kellner (13 May 1851, Tillowitz, Upper Silesia - 12 September 1911, Karlsruhe) was a German agricultural scientist (Agrikulturchemiker, Tierphysiologe).
Oskar Kellner was invi...
Heinrich Edmund Naumann
Heinrich Edmund Naumann (September 11, 1854 – February 1, 1927) was a German geologist, regarded as the “father of Japanese geology” in Meiji period Japan.
Heinrich Edmund Naumann was hired ...
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Alexander von Siebold
Alexander George Gustav von Siebold (August 16, 1846 – January 1911) was a German translator and interpreter active in Japan during the Bakumatsu period and early Meiji period. He was the eldest son o...
Josef Albert Meisinger
Josef Albert Meisinger (14 September 1899 – 7 March 1947), also known as the Butcher of Warsaw, was a German SS colonel in the Gestapo and Nazi Party member. He was arrested in Japan at the end of Wor...
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