Harrer

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Tim Harrer
... Timothy Steven Harrer (born May 10, 1957 in Bloomington, Minnesota) is a retired American professional ice hockey player who played 3 National Hockey League games for the Calgary Flames in ... Harrer was drafted both by the Atlanta Flames in the 9th round, 148th overall in the 1977 NHL Entry Draft and by the Calgary Cowboys in the 9th round, 78th overall in the 1977 WHA Amateur Draft ...
Heinrich Harrer - Eiger North Face
... Mountain climbing was Harrer's true passion ... feat of climbing could win him a place on a Himalayan expedition, Harrer and a friend, Fritz Kasparek, resolved to be the first to climb the North Face of the Eiger ... Following his university finals in July 1938, Harrer and Kasparek traveled to Kleine Scheidegg at the foot of the Eiger, and set out on their climb ...
Ludwig Vörg - Climbing The Eiger's North Face in 1938
... When they caught up with the Austrian team of Heinrich Harrer and Fritz Kasparek (Vörg and Heckmair's superior 12-point crampons were more useful on the Eiger Harrer didn't have any crampons at ... there would never have been the legendary tales of Heinrich Harrer ...
Seven Years In Tibet (1997 Film) - Comparisons Between The Film and The Book
... In the film, Harrer is hailed as a 'German hero', and replies "Thank you, but I'm Austrian" ... In the book, Harrer says nothing about any such remark ... Harrer at the train station in 1939 appears hostile to the Nazi Party, taking their flag with reluctance ...
Seven Years In Tibet (1997 Film)
... on the 1952 book Seven Years in Tibet written by Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer on his experiences in Tibet between 1944 and 1951 during World War II, the interim period, and the Chinese ... In the story, Austrians Heinrich Harrer (Pitt) and Peter Aufschnaiter (Thewlis) are mountaineering in the north of India ... In 1944, Harrer and Aufschnaiter escape prison and cross the border into Tibet, traversing the treacherous high plateau ...