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Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt comes from a Jewish family of magistrates converted to Protestantism.

His father was an adviser to the Hamburg Anisi of Appeal until He was deported to Theresienstadt where he served as Protestant pastor of Protestant Jews deported because of their origin.

Georges-Arthur had to flee Nazism in A writer and essayist, he chose French as a language of expression and writing, without abandoning German. Biography Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt comes from a Jewish family of magistrates converted to Protestantism. Goldschmidt is a German surname meaning “Goldsmith”.

It may refer to: Adolph Goldschmidt —art historian Berthold Goldschmidt —composer Carl Wolfgang Benjamin Goldschmidtastronomer, mathematician, and physicist David M.

Goldschmidt bornAmerican mathematician Francisco C. One of the most highly regarded singers of the 19th century, she performed in soprano roles in opera in Sweden and across Europe, and undertook an extraordinarily popular concert tour of America beginning in She was a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music from She was in great demand in opera roles throughout Sweden and northern Europe during the s, and was closely associated with Felix Mendelssohn.

After two acclaimed seasons in London, she announced her retirement from opera at the age of InLind went to America zafathoustra the invitation of the showman P. She gave 93 large-scale concerts Walter Ludwig Fels Gerhard Roth It is an official decoration of the Federal Republic of Germany. The prize used goldschmivt be given on March 22, the anniversary of Goethe’s death.

Sinceit has been given on August 28, the anniversary of Goethe’s birth. The first awards were made in In the intervening years, througha total of women and men from 65 countries have been so honored.

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Recent recipients The recent recipients are: He is the grandfather of award-winning German actor Max Landgrebe. Life Landgrebe studied philosophy, history and geography in Vienna.

Influenced by Max Scheler, he zzarathoustra his studies in Freiburg. In Landgrebe became assistant to Edmund Husserl After the approval of his doctoral dissertation, Landgrebe goldschmdit to Prague for his postdoctoral qualification under Oskar Kraus. In Landgrebe was deported to Belgium. He worked part-time as a merchant assistant in Hamburg. In Landgrebe had his post-doctorate reapproved in Hamburg, ainxi he was made ordinary professor in in Kiel, where Hans Blumenberg was one of his students.

In he transferred to Cologne, a May 2 is the nd day of the year rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. There are days remaining until the end of the year.


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He went to lawschool where he sinsi other notable Egyptians such as the intellectual and activist Ahmed Lutfi el-Sayed, Isma’il Sedky, and the journalist Mustafa Kamil.

Biographical dictionary of modern Egypt. Established inthe prize is worth 50, euros and is awarded annually in Koblenz, birthplace of writer Joseph Breitbach —for whom the prize is named.

Sebald, Markus Werner Friedrich Christian Delius It is one of the most important of its kind in German-speaking countries. A judge is nominated by the foundation board, for the sole responsibility of deciding who will win this award.

The prize is worth 20, euros and its presentation takes place in St. In the foundation for the fir The Prix France Culture is a former literary award created in by the radio station France Culture. History The prize was created in to reward important authors whose work was still unknown to the general public.

It was awarded in early spring, on the occasion of the Salon Livre Paris. This prize was not endowed financially but the book was promoted on the radio. List of laureates Roger Laporte for Souvenirs de Reims Claude Ollier for Marrakch Medine Patrick Reumau for Jeanne aux chiens Each year, a book is honoured, which “shows intellectual independence and supports civil freedom, moral, intellectual and aesthetic courage and that gives an important impulse to the present awareness of responsibility” ” The prize is named in memory and honor of Sophie and Hans Scholl, who are collectively referred to as the Geschwister Scholl “Scholl siblings”.

Europa gegen die Juden. Ainsi parla Zarathoustra is incidental music composed by Pierre Boulez in October for the theatre Renaud-Barrault.

Boulez scored the work for a solo voice and an instrumental ensemble. Background and history Barrault in Jean-Louis Barrault, the director of the theatre company, created a scenic version of Nietzsche’s Also sprach Zarathustra Thus Spoke Zarathustra and requested music from Boulez with whom he had collaborated for years.

Boulez was from to musical director of the company, arranging and conducting incidental music and writing some himself.

The as for Ainsi parla Zarathoustra, Barrault wrote detailed instructions for the music, which Boulez cons The Nelly Sachs Prize German: Nelly Sachs Preis is a literary prize given every two years by the German city of Dortmund.

It honours authors for outstanding literary contributions to the promotion of understanding between peoples.

This was the first time that a year was skipped in the biennial schedule. The Bach Choir is a large independent musical organisation, founded in London, UK, in to give the first performance of J.

Bach’s Mass in B minor in Britain. InJohn Rutter was appointed as President of the choir, following the death of Leopold David de Rothschild in He was later forced to resign for failing to resolve a aarathoustra by government officials demanding mandatory recognition of the Egyptian delegation by the cabinet and the withdrawal of British sentries and guards.

Rizk, Yunan LabibA Diwan of contemporary life Mirror and catalyst, Al-Ahram, retrieved 18 SeptemberPerhaps the only exception to this phenomenon were such figures as Adli Yakan, Hussein Rushdi and Abdel-Khaleq Tharwat, all hailing from the Turkish aristocracy who nev Boutros Ghali — 21 February ; Coptic: His following post was as first secretary of the council of ministers to which he was appointed in Septembe Abolition of domestic slavery in the British Protectorate of Sierra Leone comes into effect.


January 6—7 — The River Thames floods in London; 14 drown. On January 7, the moat at the Tower of Lond The following is a list of gildschmidt born in Britain or of British citizenship who have worked or currently work in the classical music tradition. L’instruction publique en Egypte, Paris, England in the Sudan, London: Translated from French by George Robb. Biographical Dictionary of Modern Egypt.

Retrieved 26 March He was born in Alexandria to a family of Turkish origin. References Goldschmidt, Arthur Today their descendants continue to live in Egypt and still identify as Egyptians of Turkish or mixed origin, though they are also fully integrated in Egyptian society. History During the four centuries of Ottoman rule, Turkish settlers arrived predominately from Anatolia; however, many also arrived from the Ottoman Isles such as the Aegean islands, Crete, and Cyprusas well as from prominent Ottoman cities such as Istanbul, Algiers, and Tunis.

Boutros Boutros-Ghali ; Coptic: An academic and former Vice Foreign Minister of Egypt, Boutros-Ghali oversaw the UN at a time when it dealt with several world crises, including the breakup of Yugoslavia and the Rwandan genocide.

He was then the first Secretary-General of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie from 16 November to 31 December The medal is named after William Hyde Wollaston, and was first awarded in It was originally made of gold —then palladium, a metal discovered by Wollaston — Next in gold again — and then in palladium again —present.

Following the development of radiometric age-dating in the early 20th century, measurements of lead in uranium-rich minerals showed that some were in excess of a billion years old.

It is hypothesised th A list of notable French language philosophers: This page lists Fellows of the Royal Society elected in Archived from the original on Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society.

Mostafa Fahmy Pasha 11 June — 13 September was an Egyptian politician who served in several different cabinet positions and as prime minister for two times.

Early life and education Born in Crete in to a Turkish family that had earlier goldschmitd in Algeria, Fahmy’s father was a colonel. He retired from the army and began to serve as a governor in different provinces, including Minuffiyya, Cairo and lastly, Port Said.