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Heinrich Ehrler

Heinrich Ehrler (14 September 1917 – 4 April 1945) was a German World War II fighter ace whose distinguished Luftwaffe combat career ended in tragic controversy. Along with Theodor Weissenberger, Ehrler shared the honors of "top-ace" in Jagdgeschwader 5, amassing 208 kills - including eight in the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter (while flying with Jagdgeschwader 7)....

Heinrich Liebe

Commander Heinrich Liebe (29 January 1908 – 27 July 1997) was a highly decorated German naval officer who served as a U-boat commander during World War II until transferred to Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy High Command). He sank 34 ships for a total of, placing him fourth on the Aces of the Deep list. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves . The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross and its higher grade Oak Leaves was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership....

Heinrich Hertz Submillimeter Telescope

The Submillimeter Telescope (SMT), formerly known as the Heinrich Hertz Submillimeter Telescope, is a submillimeter wavelength radio telescope located on Mount Graham, Arizona. It is a 10-meter-wide parabolic dish inside a building to protect it from bad weather. The building front doors and roof are opened when the telescope is in use. The telescope's construction was finished in 1993. Along with the 12 Meter Telescope on Kitt Peak, this telescope is maintained by the Arizona Radio Observatory, a division of Steward Observatory at the University of Arizona....

Heinrich-Heine-Straße (Berlin U-Bahn)

Heinrich-Heine-Straße is a Berlin U-Bahn station on the, located under the street of the same name in Mitte, and protected as an architectural landmark. The street and the station were called Neanderstraße until 1960. History After the City of Berlin took over the incomplete GN-Bahn (Gesundbrunnen - Neukölln Railway) line from the AEG subsidiary which was unable to complete it in the aftermath of World War I, the Neanderstraße station was built in 1926–28 and opened on 6 April 1928....

Heinrich Severloh

Heinrich Severloh was a soldier in the German 352nd Infantry Division stationed in Normandy in 1944, sometimes referred to as The Beast of Omaha. He become known when he claimed in his autobiography that as a machine gunner in a foxhole, he inflicted over 1,000 casualties to American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach on D-Day. Early life Severloh was born into a farming family in Metzingen in the Lüneburg Heath area of North Germany, close to the small city of Celle....

Heinrich Schonder

Heinrich Schonder (23 July 1910 – 28 June 1943) was a German U-boat commander in World War II and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross . The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. U-200 was sunk by two depth charges on her first patrol with all hands lost on 24 June 1943 in the North Atlantic southwest of Iceland by a Royal Air Force B-24 Liberator bomber of No. 120 Squadron....

Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium

The (abbreviation: HvGG) is a humanistic or classical Gymnasium in the borough Ostend of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Heinrich von Gagern (1799–1880). The school has approximately 1000 students. The Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium is one of only two schools in Frankfurt which teach Latin and ancient Greek. The other school which offers a traditional, humanist education in Frankfurt is the Lessing-Gymnasium, Frankfurt. Founded in 1880, the school enjoys a reputation for academic excellence in the greater Frankfurt area....

Heinrich Germer Stadium

The Heinrich Germer Stadium is a stadium in the Magdeburg quarter of Sudenburg that is mostly used for hosting association football matches. It was built in 1920 and named Stadion am Königsweg. After World War II, the stadium was renovated from 1951 to 1952 and renamed Heinrich-Germer-Stadion, after a local politician. The overall form is that of an oval, with its main stand dominated by the announcer's tower. The stadium currently offers room for 4,990 spectators, with a roof covering about 15 seats and standing room for about 100 spectators....

Johann Heinrich von Schmitt

Heinrich Schmitt (1743—11 November 1805) was a lieutenant field marshal in the Habsburg military during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. He developed a sound military reputation as a surveyor, map-maker, and strategist during Austria's wars with the Ottoman Empire, He served on the Quartermaster's staff during the War of the First Coalition. As a major general, he was one of Archduke Charles trusted advisers during the War of the Second Coalition campaign in southwestern Germany....

Heinrichsberg Castle

Heinrichsberg Castle is a ruin north of Mägdesprung in the borough of Harzgerode in central Germany. It is not far from the B 185 federal road in the district of Harz in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. History It is supposed to have been built to guard the nearby smelting works by the Count and later Prince of Anhalt, whose family seat was located only about 3 km away in the Selke valley. From 1307 the counts of Stolberg were described as the Anhalt vassals of the Heinrichberg castle....

Heinrich-Heine-Allee (VRR): Heinrich-Heine-Allee is an interchange underground station on the Düsseldorf Stadtbahn lines U70, U74, U75, U76, U77, U78 and U79 in Düsseldorf. The station lies on Heinrich-Heine-Allee in the dist...

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