Falck

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Colin Falck
... Colin Falck (born 14 July 1934) is a literary critic and poet ... In 1962 Falck co-founded the influential postwar British poetry magazine The Review with Oxford University schoolmates Ian Hamilton, Michael Fried, and John Fuller ... Falck's poetry would later appear in the first issue of Hamilton's magazine The New Review ...
Cats Falck
... Maureen Cathryn Harriet "Cats" Falck (11 July 1953 – date of death uncertain between November 1984 and May 1985) was a Swedish television journalist who, together with her friend Lena Gräns, disappeared ... The dead bodies of Falck and Gräns were later found at the bottom of the Hammarby Canal in Stockholm ... Cats Falck was born in Enskede in Stockholm, Sweden ...
Lucie Paus Falck
... Lucie Paus Falck (born 8 May 1938) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party ... From 1988 to 1989, during the second cabinet Brundtland, Paus Falck was appointed State Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government and Labour ... On the local level Paus Falck was the mayor of Enebakk from 1984 to 1987 ...
Falck, Moselle
... Falck is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France. ...
Wolfgang Falck - Post-war Career - Documentary
... In 1997, Falck appeared in the last episode of the documentary The Nazis A Warning from History, named Fighting to the end ... Falck was amongst several German war veterans who explained what motivated them to continue fighting late in the war ... Falck himself explained the motivations of the Nachtjagdgeschwader (Night Fighter Wings) during the Defence of the Reich campaign ...