Bismarck

Bismarck or Bismark may refer to:

In people:

  • House of Bismarck, a German noble family descending from Herebord von Bismarck
    • Otto von Bismarck (1815–1898), Chancellor of the German Empire who unified the German states
    • Herbert von Bismarck (1849–1904), Secretary of State, son of Otto von Bismarck
    • Mona von Bismarck (1897–1983), an American socialite and fashion icon
    • Gottfried Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen (1901–1949), a Nazi parliamentary representative, grandson of Otto von Bismarck
    • Count Gottfried von Bismarck (1962–2007), son of Prince Ferdinand von Bismarck, great-great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck
    • Carl-Eduard von Bismarck (born 1961), German politician and great-great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck
  • Bismarck Barreto Faria, former Brazilian football (soccer) player

In ships:

  • German battleship Bismarck, German World War II battleship
  • SMS Bismarck (1877) German Kreuzerfregatte decommissioned in 1891
  • SS Bismarck (1914), German ocean liner, later RMS Majestic

In geography:

  • Bismark, Germany
  • Bismarck Sea, north of New Guinea
  • Bismarck Archipelago, a part of Papua New Guinea
  • Bismarck Range, a mountain range in Papua New Guinea
  • Bismarck, Arkansas
  • Bismarck, Illinois
  • Bismarck, Missouri
  • Bismarck, North Dakota, the state capital
  • Bismarck, West Virginia
  • Bismarck Township, Michigan
  • Bismarck Township, Sibley County, Minnesota
  • Bismark, Ontario, a hamlet in Ontario, Canada
  • Bismarck, former name of Collinsvale, Tasmania
  • Bismark Township, Nebraska (disambiguation)
  • Bismark, Limpopo, South Africa

In fiction:

  • Bismarck (film), a 1940 film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner

In food:

  • Bismark, another name for Berliner (pastry)
  • Bismarck, another name for a Dutch baby pancake
  • Bismarck, a beer mix also known as a Black Velvet (cocktail)

Other:

  • Bismarck (board game), a game from Avalon Hill about the hunt for the battleship Bismarck
  • Bismarck (card game), a variation of whist for three players
  • Bismarck, a water-elemental summon from Final Fantasy VI

Other articles related to "bismarck":

Last Nine Days Of The Bismarck
... The Last Nine Days of the Bismarck (Little Brown, 1958), also published as Hunting the Bismark (Michael Joseph, 1959), was written by C.S ... The Last Nine Days of the Bismarck tells the story of the breakout of the German battleship Bismarck into the Atlantic as a major threat to the convoys that sustained ... A movie based on Forester's book, Sink the Bismarck! was released by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1960, with the book reprinted in paperback under the title Sink the Bismarck! (Bantam, 1959) as a promotional tie-in ...
South Bismarck Plate
... The South Bismarck Plate is a small tectonic plate located in the southern Bismarck Sea ...
South Bismarck Plate - Tectonics
... GPS data shows the South Bismarck plate, though north of the Australian plate boundary, is being pushed by Australia in a northerly direction while the North Bismarck Plate is being dragged by the Pacific plate ... The line delineating the two is called the Bismarck Seismic Sea Lineation (BSSL), and it is not known where this line ends on the West side towards New Ireland ...
List Of Division 2 NJCAA Schools - Members - North Dakota
... Bismarck State College Mystics in Bismarck Minot State-Bottineau Lumberjacks in Bottineau United Tribes Technical College Thunderbirds in Bismarck ...
Bismarck, West Virginia
... Bismarck is an unincorporated town in Grant County, West Virginia, USA ... Bismarck was named in honor of Prime Minister of Prussia, Otto von Bismarck (April 1, 1815 – July 30, 1898) ... the Board on Geographic Names officially decided upon Bismarck in 1895 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bismarck:

    Politics is the art of the possible.
    —Otto Von Bismarck (1815–1898)