Maizi

Some articles on maizi:

Maizières-lès-Metz
... Maizières-lès-Metz is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France ... It was the original home of the German de Maizière family which, being Huguenots, had to emigrate from France to Prussia in the 17th century ... their original home up to the present, prominent members of the family include Lothar de Maizière, last Prime Minister of the German Democratic Republic, the ...
Latvian Language - Orthography - Comparative Orthography
... Muhsu deeniſchtu maizi dod mums ſchodeen Mūsu dienišķo maizi dod mums šodien Muusu dienishkjo maizi dod mums shodien Vnbe pammet mums muſſe parrabe Un pametti mums muhſu parradus Un piedod mums mūsu ...
De Maizière
... De Maizière is the name of an influential German family of Huguenot ancestry that migrated from France to Germany in the late 17th century ... The name derives from Maizières-lès-Metz, a commune in the Moselle department in France that was the family's original home ...
Lothar De Maizière
... Lothar de Maizière ( born 2 March 1940) is a German Christian Democratic politician ... De Maizière was born in Nordhausen, Thuringia, and attended the ancient Berlinisches Gymnasium zum Grauen Kloster, where he was one of the last pupils. 1990, in the only free election held in East Germany, Lothar de Maizière was elected to the Volkskammer as a member of the East German Christian Democratic ...
De Maizière - Important Family Members
... Ernst de Maizières (born 1841), Landgerichtspräsident of Neuruppin and one of the authors of the civil code of Germany ... Walter de Maizière, Lawyer Ulrich de Maizière (1912–2006), Chief of staff of the Bundeswehr 1966–1972 Thomas de Maizière (born 1954), Chief of the ...