Fiedler

Fiedler (German for fiddler) refers to:

  • Adolf Gottlieb Fiedler, industrial investor beginning 19th century in Saxony, Germany and Opatówek, Poland
  • Arkady Fiedler (1894-1985), Polish writer
  • Arthur Fiedler (1894-1979), American conductor
  • Bea Fiedler (born 1957), German model
  • Bobbi Fiedler (born 1937), American politician
  • Christian Fiedler (born 1975), former German football goalkeeper
  • Edgar Fiedler (d. 2003), American economist
  • Ellen Fiedler (born 1958), German athlete
  • Franz Fiedler (1885-1956), Austrian photographer
  • Fred Fiedler (born 1922), industrial and organizational psychologist
  • * Fiedler contingency model, a leadership theory developed by Fred Fiedler
  • Fritz Fiedler (1899-1972), German automobile engineer
  • Jay Fiedler (born 1971), American football player
  • Jeff Fiedler, former director of The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps and current CEO of the Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Jens Fiedler (canoer), East German sprint canoer
  • Jens Fiedler (cyclist), German cyclist
  • John Fiedler (1925-2005), American voice actor
  • Joshua Fiedler, American musician
  • Lee N. Fiedler (born 1941), former mayor of Cumberland, Maryland
  • Leslie Fiedler (1917-2003), American literary critic
  • Margaret Fiedler, London-based American musician
  • Max Fiedler (1859-1939), German conductor and composer
  • Miroslav Fiedler (born 1926), Czech mathematician
  • Richard Fiedler, German scientist who invented the flame thrower

Other articles related to "fiedler":

Mitsuru Ogata - Voice Roles - Dubbing Roles
... George Dzundza)) The Book of Pooh (Piglet (John Fiedler)) Disney's House of Mouse (Pluto Angel (Eric Idle)) Hart's War (Captain Lutz (Dugald Bruce ...
Bill Fiedler - National and Olympic Team
... Fiedler was called into the for the 1934 FIFA World Cup, but did not see time in the lone U.S ... A year later, Fiedler was part of the U.S ... In that game, “Fiedler suffered torn ligaments in his knee when pushed roughly by Piccini, of the rival team ...
Maureen Fiedler - Religious Work
... Fiedler finished a doctoral dissertation in 1976 titled "Sex and Political Participation in the United States A Comparative Analysis of Masses and Elites" ... In the 1980s, Fiedler was active in movements for peace in Central America, especially in Nicaragua and El Salvador ... In 1984 Fiedler was one of 97 theologians and religious persons who signed A Catholic Statement on Pluralism and Abortion, calling for religious ...
Franz Fiedler
... Franz Fiedler (17 February, 1885, in Prostějov, Austria-Hungary - 5 February, 1956, in Dresden, GDR) was a photographer ... Fiedler was born in Prostějov, near Olomouc in Moravia ... Fiedler was a pupil of Hugo Erfurth ...
List Of German Companies By Employees In 1907 - Companies By Employees
... from three different sources the work of Kocka and Siegrist (1979) and Fiedler (1999) on German companies in 1907, and the work of Kunz (1990) on Prussian state-owned enterprises in 1913 ... Preußische Staatseisenbahnen 486,318 Railway Fiedler 2 ... Deutsche Reichspost 277,116 Postal administration Fiedler 3 ...

Famous quotes containing the word fiedler:

    The “text” is merely one of the contexts of a piece of literature, its lexical or verbal one, no more or less important than the sociological, psychological, historical, anthropological or generic.
    —Leslie Fiedler (b. 1917)