Barth may refer to:

  • Barth (name), a surname (and list of people with that name)
  • Karl Barth, (1886-1968) seminal Swiss Reformed Theologian.
  • Barth, Germany, a town in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany
    • Barth (Amt), administrative subdivision
  • Barth Classic, a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1974 to 1980
  • Barth Island, Nunavut, Canada
  • Barth (character), a character from the television show "You Can't Do That on Television"
  • Barth Custom Coaches, a former (1963-1998) manufacturer of premium Class A motor homes

Other articles related to "barth, barths":

List Of Danish Composers - B
... Balle Harald Balslev Emilius Bangert Christian Barnekow Sigurd Barrett Christian Frederik Barth Frederik Philip Carl August Barth Wilhelm Herman Barth Johan Bartholdy Rudolph Bay Julius ...
Barth, Germany - Famous Persons
... Anna de Croÿ, daughter of Bogislaw XIII, Duke of Pomerania, who married into the Imperial House of Croÿ, was born in Barth in 1590 ... Bogislaw XIV, last duke of Pomerania ...
List Of Airports In Saint Barthélemy
... A list of airports in Saint Barthélemy, sorted by location ... Saint Barthélemy (French Saint-Barthélemy) is an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea ... Also known as Saint Barts, Saint Barths, or Saint Barth, it is one of four Leeward Islands that comprise the French West Indies ...
Christian Frederik Barth
... Christian Frederik Barth (24 February 1787 – 17 July 1861) was a Danish virtuoso oboist and composer ... Barth was an oboist in the Royal Chapel from 1802 to 1841 ... He was the son of oboist Christian Samuel Barth and brother of oboist and composer Frederik Philip Carl August Barth ...
Calcutta International School - History - As King's House School
... The school was established in the late 1940s by Miss Mai Barth, she having taught at a British garrison in WWII ... called King's House School but was more popularly known as "Miss Barth's" ... Miss Barth was awarded an MBE for her services in 1959 ...

Famous quotes containing the word barth:

    Marriage is our last, best chance to grow up.
    —Joseph Barth (20th century)