Lippert is a German surname, and may refer to:

  • Bill Lippert (born 1950), American gay rights activist
  • Howard Vernon, born Mario Lippert (1914–1996), Swiss actor
  • Julius Lippert (1895–1956), Nazi activist, mayor of Berlin 1937–1940
  • Julius Lippert (historian) (1839–1909), Czech historian
  • Mark Lippert (born 1973), American politician
  • Michael Lippert (1897–1969), SS-officer
  • Robert L. Lippert, American film producer and theatre proprietor
  • Wolfgang Lippert (actor), German entertainer and actor
  • Wolfgang Lippert (pilot) (1914–1941), World War II Luftwaffe flying ace

Other articles related to "lippert":

Margaret H. Lippert - Writing Career
... Lippert is the author of 22 books, including 9 anthologies and 13 books for children and young adults ... Much of Lippert’s body of work draws from the storytelling and folklore traditions of Africa, Latin America, and Asia ... Lippert has worked with highly acclaimed illustrators, including Caldecott Medal Winners Leo and Diane Dillon (Why the Moon is in the Sky), Ashley Bryan (Why Leopard Has Spots), and ...
Robert L. Lippert - Screen Guild Productions and Lippert Pictures
... rental fees charged by major studios, Lippert formed Screen Guild Productions in 1945, its first release being a Bob Steele western called Wildfire ... Screen Guild became Lippert Pictures, Inc ... Lippert read a 1949 Life magazine article about a proposed trip to and landing on the Moon ...
Ann Lippert
... Ann Helene Lippert (born July 14, 1963), in Evanston, Illinois is a comedian and actress ... Lippert is the daughter of an Irish Catholic mother and Chicago-born German father who is a semi-professional bowler ...
Michael Lippert - Postwar
... began an investigation into the Night of the Long Knives and in August arrested Lippert and Sepp Dietrich for their part in it ... Lippert and Dietrich were charged with manslaughter, in Lippert's case for the death of Röhm ... Lippert asserted that he had remained outside Röhm's cell, and only Theodor Eicke had gone in ...