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Milos Crnjanski

Milos Crnjanski

Poet, and diplomat. Born in Csongrád, Hungary. His family moved to Romania in 1896, where the Serbian heritage was instilled in him. In 1912 he went to study in Rijeka (in modern day Croatia) and V...

Person, Poetry, Politics & Administration, Austria, Balkans, Hungary, Romania, Serbia

1 memorial

Yosef Gutfreund

Yosef Gutfreund

Wrestling coach. Born Yosef (or Yossef) Gutfreund in Romania. He was part of the Israeli team at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. He was awakened by Palestinian terrorists infiltrating the Olympic...

Person, Sport / Games, Tragedy, Germany, Israel/Palestine, Romania

1 memorial

Rev. Claude Hinscliff

Rev. Claude Hinscliff

Member of Men’s League for Women’s Suffrage, founded the Church League for Women’s Suffrage in 1909 with his wife Gertrude. He officiated at Emily Wilding Davison’s funeral. Later he worked in Serb...

Person, Gender Issues, Religion, Romania, Serbia

1 memorial

Mihaela Otto

Mihaela Otto

Mihaela Draganescu was born on 18 December 1958 in Romania who came to the UK in 1984. She was briefly married but when the marriage broke down she retained her married surname of Otto. Living in M...

Person, Tragedy, Romania

3 memorials

Kehat Shorr

Kehat Shorr

Shooting coach. Born in Romania. An expert marksman, he moved to Israel in 1963, training many young marksmen. He also trained the national team for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, where along wi...

Person, Sport / Games, Tragedy, Germany, Israel/Palestine, Romania

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