Home

Cite

Search

Search results

120 results found

Mel Hein

Mel HeinBorn: Aug. 22, 1909Football C NFL All-Pro 8 straight years (1933-40); MVP in 1938 with Giants; didn't miss a game in 15 years.Died: Jan. 31, 1992Eric HeidenG - JJohn W. Heisman …

Heinrich Himmler

Name at birth: Heinrich Luitpold HimmlerHeinrich Himmler was a high-ranking Nazi during World War II, a member of Adolf Hitler's inner circle and one of the primary architects of the Holocaust. Himmle…

Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Rohrer Born: 1933Birthplace: Bucs, Switzerland Scanning tunneling microscope—Binnig and Rohrer's microscope can trace details smaller than a single atom and has provided views …

Martin HEINRICH

HEINRICH, Martin, a Representative from New Mexico; born in Fallon, Churchill County, Nev.; October 17, 1971; B. S., University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., 1985; attended University of New Mexi…

Heinrich Harrer 2006 Deaths

Heinrich HarrerAge: 93 Austrian explorer whose adventures include making the first ascent of the north face of the Eiger in the Swiss Alps in 1938. As one of the first Westerners to hike throu…

Untermeyer, Louis

Untermeyer, Louis[1885-1977](3)Born in New York City, Oct. 1, 1885. Educated in the public schools of that city. Mr. Untermeyer, in addition to writing poetry, has done much work in book rev…

Untermeyer, Louis

Untermeyer, Louis[1885-1977](2)Born at New York City, October 1, 1885. Educated in the public schools of that city. He has been connected editorially with "The Masses" and with "The Seven Ar…

Young Germany

A literary school headed by Heinrich Heine, whose aim was to liberate politics, religion, and manners from the old conventional trammels. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham…

Eric Heiden

Eric HeidenBorn: June 14, 1958Speed skater 3-time overall world champion (1977-79); won all 5 men's gold medals at 1980 Olympics, setting records in each; Sullivan Award winner (1980). See als…

John W. Heisman

John W. HeismanBorn: Oct. 23, 1869Football coached at 9 colleges from 1892-1927; won 185 games; Director of Athletics at Downtown Athletic Club in NYC (1928-36); DAC named Heisman Trophy after…