Thomas Schäuble (23 July 1948 – 3 January 2013) was a longtime German politician and younger brother of Wolfgang Schäuble and personal friend of Winfried Kretschmann. In 2004 he became the manager of brewery "Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus." In July 2012 on a walk in the Black Forest he suffered from a myocardial infarction and remained in Persistent vegetative state. Schäuble died January 2013. He was a member of Angela Merkel's German political party CDU.
Wolfgang Schäuble is a German lawyer and politician of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party whose political career has spanned more than four decades. He is one of the most experienced and longest serving politicians in German history and since 2017 has been the President of the Bundestag.
Winfried Kretschmann is a German politician of the Alliance '90/Greens. He has been Minister President of the state of Baden-Württemberg since 12 May 2011. From 1 November 2012 until 31 October 2013 he was President of the Bundesrat and ex officio deputy to the President of Germany. He is the first member of the Greens to serve in these offices. Himself identifying as a green conservative, Kretschmann has been associated with both socially and economically liberal policies.
Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus is a brewery owned by the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Rothaus, at the northern edge of the village of Grafenhausen in the southern Black Forest, is one of Germany's most successful and profitable regional breweries.
The CDU donations scandal was a political scandal resulting from the illegal forms of party financing used by the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) during the 1990s. These included accepting hidden donations, the non-disclosure of cash donations, the maintenance of secret bank accounts, and illegal wire transfers to and from foreign banks.
Friedrich Merz is a German lawyer and politician of the centre-right Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU). He served as a Member of the European Parliament 1989–1994, a member of the Bundestag 1994–2009, and as the chairman of CDU/CSU parliamentary group 2000–2002. In 2018 he announced his candidacy in the CDU leadership election in December 2018.
Dieter Salomon is a German politician and was mayor of Freiburg im Breisgau for two terms until the mayoral elections held on 6 May 2018 and remains in office until 30 June 2018. He is a member of the Alliance '90/The Greens.
Karim Abdul-Jabbar Guédé is a naturalized Slovak football defensive midfielder who plays for SV Sandhausen and the Slovakia national football team. He previously played for ŠK Slovan Bratislava.
Hornberg is a town in the Ortenaukreis, in western Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated in the Black Forest, 35 km southeast of Offenburg, and 25 km northwest of Villingen-Schwenningen.
Thomas Ludwig Albert Oppermann is a German politician and member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD). Since October 2017 he has been Vice President of the Bundestag. He served as First Secretary (2007-2013) and later as chairman (2013-2017) of the SPD Parliamentary Group in the Bundestag.
Dominik Büchele was a participant who finished in fourth place in season 6 of Deutschland sucht den Superstar.
The Alemannic Wikipedia is the Alemannic language edition of the Web-based free-content encyclopedia Wikipedia. The project was started on November 13, 2003 as an Alsatian language edition. A year later it was expanded to encompass all Alemannic dialects because of low activity in the first year. Since 2004 all Alemannic dialects are accepted on als:wp.
Danis Luis Quintero Chevans is a Cuban footballer, who is currently playing for German amateur side FSV Rheinfelden.
The Badische Zeitung is a German newspaper based in Freiburg im Breisgau, covering the South Western part of Germany and the Black Forest region. It has a circulation of 145,825 and a readership of 409,000. The paper was founded in January 1946.
Bruno Guntram Wilhelm Kahl is a German civil servant and administrative lawyer. Since 1 July 2016, he has been President of the Federal Intelligence Service (Bundesnachrichtendienst).
Jörg Widmann is a German composer, conductor and clarinetist. He lives and works in Berlin. According to Bachtrack, Widmann was in 2018 the third most performed contemporary composer, behind Arvo Pärt and John Williams.
The Freiburg im Breisgau tramway network (also known as Stadtbahn or formerly as Hoobl is a network of tramways forming part of the public transport system in Freiburg im Breisgau, a city in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Opened in 1901, the network has been operated since its foundation by the company now known as Freiburger Verkehrs AG and powered by electricity. Currently, the tramway network is run by five lines. The expansion of the tram network since 1980 has served as an example of the "renaissance of the trams" in Germany. At the start of 2017, 72 trams were available for regular use. Five of these were high-floored, 37 partial and 30 low-floored. Almost the entirety of the network is located within Freiburg's urban area, only a few metres of the balloon loop at Gundelfinger Straße are located outside the boundary of Gundelfingen to the north of Freiburg. In total, the trams serve 20 out of the 28 districts in Freiburg.
Gerhard Schindler is a German civil servant and former President of the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), the German Federal Intelligence Service.
Maria Ladenburger, a 19-year-old medical student from Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, was found raped and drowned on 16 October 2016 in the river Dreisam. On 3 December 2016, the Freiburg police arrested Hussein Khavari, who was identified by a hair found at the crime scene and a CCTV recording from inside a tram. DNA evidence linked him to the crime scene and he was ultimately convicted.
Stefan Wolle is a German historian. A focus of his socio-historical research is on the German Democratic Republic which is where, before reunification, he lived and worked.
Martin Schäuble is a German novelist, journalist and writer of non-fiction books. His pen name is Robert M. Sonntag. His works have been translated into several languages.
Markus Feldenkirchen is a German journalist and writer.
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