What is Waldheim?

  • (noun): Austrian diplomat who was Secretary General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981; in 1986 he was elected president of Austria in spite of worldwide allegations that he had direct knowledge of Nazi atrocities during World War II (born in 1918).
    Synonyms: Kurt Waldheim

Some articles on waldheim:

Waldheim Cemetery (disambiguation)
... Waldheim Cemetery is the name of two neighboring cemeteries in Forest Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago in Cook County ... German Waldheim Cemetery, founded in 1873, part of Forest Home Cemetery since 1969 ... Jewish Waldheim Cemetery ...
Alonei Abba - History - Waldheim
... Alonei Abba was formerly known as Waldheim (German "Forest Home"), a colony founded in 1907 by German Christians affiliated with the Prussian evangelical church on land ... Thus the Evangelical Protestants founded Waldheim, while Templers settled in the neighbouring Bethlehem of Galilee ... In December 1913, the farmers of Waldheim and Bethlehem keeping dairy cattle founded a common dairy cooperative to pasteurise milk and deliver it to Haifa ...
Gustav Weindorfer - Waldheim Chalet
... and in March 1912, Gustav commenced work on the building he was to call Waldheim, or “home in the forest” ... Despite early tourists having to walk up to 8 miles (13 km) to reach Waldheim, it was a success ...