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performance aged eight. He then studied under Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach at Bückeburg , where Müller served as organist at the Ulrichskirche until 1788. From 1789 he worked as choir leader, teacher and organist in Magdeburg . On the recommendation of Johann Friedrich Reichardt , who

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team. The following season, Bayern's second string qualified for the newly formed 3rd Liga , and Müller established himself as a key player – he played in 32 out of 38 matches [ 5 ] and scored 15 times to make him the league's fifth top scorer. [ 6 ] He also became involved in the first

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Ferdinand August Bebel, known to all by his middle name, was born February 22, 1840, in Deutz, Germany , now a part of Cologne . He was the son of a Prussian Pole who was a noncommissioned officer in the Prussian infantry, and was born in military barracks. [ 1 ] As a young man, Bebel

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1 ] [ edit ] Selected Bibliography In Search of Germany (with Michael Mertes and Steven Muller ). Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick and London 1996, ISBN 1-56000-880-6 Germany: The Long Road West. Vol. 1: 1789-1933. Oxford University Press, Oxford 2006, ISBN 978-0199265978 Germany

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, search Daniel Frahn Personal information Full name Daniel Frahn Date of birth 3 August 1987 ( 1987-08-03 ) (age 23) Place of birth Potsdam , East Germany Playing position Striker Club information Current club RB Leipzig Number 11 Youth career FSV

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Personal life 7 References 8 External links [ edit ] Club career [ edit ] Early career Müller played as a youth for TSV Pähl, before joining Bayern Munich in 2000, aged 10. [ 3 ] He progressed through the youth system , and was part of the team that finished runner-up in the

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which was punctuated by injury, Robben moved to Spanish club Real Madrid for € 35 million. In August 2009, Robben transferred to Bayern Munich for a fee of around € 25 million, [ 5 ] scoring two goals on his debut. In his first season in Munich, Bayern won the league title, Robben's

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3 Shooting spree 3.1 Victims 4 External links 5 References [ edit ] Life Ernst August Wagner was born on September 22, 1874 in Eglosheim near Ludwigsburg as the ninth of ten children, not including one half-brother and half-sister. Most of his siblings died early, so that

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houses. These included such works as the Hertzog Prize -winning Die Vrou op die Skuit by Elise Muller (1957). Before long, many South African writer began to approach Balkema of their accord to request that he publish their work. These included Jan Rabie whose Ons, die afgod was the first

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Gneisenau was born at Schildau in the Electorate of Saxony . He was the son of a Saxon lieutenant of artillery, August William Neidhardt, and his wife Maria Eva Neidhardt, née Müller . He grew up in great poverty at Schildau, and subsequently at Würzburg and Erfurt . In 1777 he entered