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Warburg

Warburg is a town in eastern North Rhine-Westphalia on the river Diemel near the three-state point shared by Hessen, Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. It is in Höxter district and Detmold region. Warburg is the midpoint in the Warburger Börde.

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Gertrud Bing
... Gertrud Bing (1892–1964) was a scholar and Director of the Warburg Institute ... working as a librarian at the Kulturwissenschaflichen Bibliothek Warburg, which was later moved to London when the Nazis rose to power, becoming the ...
Michael Naumann
... He is married to Marie Warburg, daughter of Eric Warburg and granddaughter of Max Warburg ...
Mary Warburg - Marriage Into Warburg Family
... In 1939, she married Edward Mortimer Morris Warburg, a founder of the Jewish Museum the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the American Ballet, the precursor of the New York City Ballet ... Warburg, an arts patron, was the son of Felix Warburg, of the Warburg banking family, and his wife Frieda Schiff, daughter of banker and philanthropist Jacob Henry Schiff ... Mary Warburg supported many charitable organizations, including the Henry Street Settlement, the United Negro College Fund, the Institute of International Education the Association for Homemaker Service (a social ...
Harvill Secker
... publishing company formed in 2005 from the merger of Secker and Warburg and the Harvill Press ... Secker and Warburg was formed in 1936 from a takeover of Martin Secker, which was in receivership, by Fredric Warburg and Roger Senhouse ... sympathizer Victor Gollancz over The Road to Wigan Pier, it was to Secker Warburg that he took his next book Homage to Catalonia ...

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  • (noun): German biochemist who pioneered the use of chemical techniques in biological investigations; noted for studies of cellular respiration (1883-1970).
    Synonyms: Otto Heinrich Warburg