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  2. Heinrich Strack - Wikipedia

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    Johann Heinrich Strack (6 July 1805, Bückeburg – 13 June 1880, Berlin) was a German architect of the Schinkelschule. His notable works include the Berlin Victory Column . Life and work [ edit ]

  3. Generalleutnant Heinrich Strack - Axis History Forum

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    Strangely enough, Heinrich Strack's Sterbeurkunde also gives the place of death as "Schwarzenbach" (sic), based on information provided by the Wehrmachtsauskunftstelle für Kriegsverluste und Kriegsgefangene. Also: GM Karl Strack * 19.07.1891 in Leipzig † 04.11.1973 in [?] Last address, according to the Adressbuch of Bonn, was Bad Godesberg ...

  4. Berlin Victory Column - Wikipedia

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    The Victory Column (German: Siegessäule (help · info), from Sieg ‘victory’ + Säule ‘column’) is a monument in Berlin, Germany.Designed by Heinrich Strack after 1864 to commemorate the Prussian victory in the Second Schleswig War, by the time it was inaugurated on 2 September 1873, Prussia had also defeated Austria and its German allies in the Austro-Prussian War (1866) and France in ...

  5. About: Heinrich Strack - DBpedia Association

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    Johann Heinrich Strack (6 July 1805, Bückeburg – 13 June 1880, Berlin) was a German architect of the Schinkelschule. His notable works include the Berlin Victory Column.

  6. 84 Heinrich Strack Premium High Res Photos - Getty Images

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    Browse 84 heinrich strack photos and images available, or start a new search to explore more photos and images. View of the Victoria statue at the top of Berlin's Victory Column monument in Berlin's Tiergarten district January 5, 2010.

  7. Heinrich Strack - Wikipedia - Al-Quds University

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    His father, Anton Wilhelm Strack , was a painter of portraits and vedute. His mother's brother was Johann Heinrich Tischbein, a famous portrait and history painter. Between 1824 and 1838, he studied at both the Bauakademie and the Prussian Academy of Arts. During that time, he passed the surveyor's examination (1825), the construction manager ...

  8. German Officer Biography - Heinrich Strack - Feldgrau

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    German Officer Biography for Heinrich Strack. Bio includes recipient birth, death, enlistment, branch, service, and award information.

  9. Heinrich Strack (General) - Metapedia

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    Heinrich was the son of bank director Ernst Strack and his wife Auguste née Willeforth/Willesford. His younger brother was Generalmajor Ernst Martin Karl Strack (1891–1973). Promotions. 22.3.1906 Leutnant without Patent (2nt Lieutenant) 22.6.1906 Patent received; 8.11.1914 Oberleutnant (1st Lieutenant) 18.12.1915 Hauptmann (Captain) 1.2.1929 ...

  10. Heinrich Strack (Architekt) – Wikipedia

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    Johann Heinrich Strack wurde am 6. Juli 1805 in Bückeburg als Sohn des Porträt- und Vedutenmalers Anton Wilhelm Strack (1758–1829) geboren. Dessen Mutter war als eine geborene Tischbein eine Schwester u. a. des Malers Johann Heinrich Tischbein d. Ä. Zwischen 1824 und 1838 studierte und qualifizierte sich Strack an der Berliner Bauakademie ...

  11. Johann Heinrich Strack - Oxford Reference

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    Johann Heinrich Strack (1805—1880) Quick Reference (1805–80). German architect. He was a pupil of Schinkel and later worked with Stüler. His designs were often ...