- Mar·le·ne [mahr-ley-nuh] /mɑrˈleɪ nə/, 1904–92, U.S. actress and singer, born in Germany.
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But perhaps it is precisely for this reason that the rediscovery of Dietrich von Hildebrand could not come at a better time.
One would be hard-pressed to find an earlier opponent of the Nazis than Dietrich von Hildebrand.
A wavering, but canny Wehrmacht General Dietrich von Choltitz finally surrendered it on August 25.Who Liberated Paris in August 1944?
August 24, 2014
Dietrich, in her 80s, had agreed to make the movie, but, at the last minute, refused to appear on camera.My Fight with Valentino
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But few of us would recognize the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand, a German philosopher-turned-outspoken Nazi antagonist.
Dietrich (Theodoric), which, through Dutch, has given also Derrick.The Romance of Names
Dietrich deigned no reply, but awaited Margarita's decision.
Dietrich declared to the Club that at this point he muttered, 'We love you.'
The count turned to Dietrich von Regensburg, his third commander.
"We still have not settled this question of pay," said Dietrich of Regensburg.
- Marlene (marˈleːnə), real name Maria Magdalene von Losch. 1901–92, US film actress and cabaret singer, born in Germany
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