Ernst Friedrich (ɛrnst ˈfriːdrɪç). 1911–77, British economist, born in Germany. He is best known for his book Small is Beautiful (1973)
Michael. born 1969, German motor racing driver: won a record seven Formula One world championships (1994–1995, 2000–2004) and a record 91 Grand Prix
[shoo-mahn-hahyngk] /ˈʃu mɑnˈhaɪŋk/ noun 1. Ernestine, 1861–1936, U.S. contralto, born in Bohemia.
noun 1. the plan for establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, proposed by Robert Schuman, French political leader, in 1950.
noun 1. Joseph Alois [uh-lois] /əˈlɔɪs/ (Show IPA), 1883–1950, U.S. economist, born in Austria.
noun 1. Carl, 1829–1906, U.S. general, statesman, and newspaperman; born in Germany.