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Ingrid Rentsch She is married to Hans-Joachim Martens. She is the mother of the actor Florian Martens.
Ingrid Rentsch Ingrid Rentsch is a German stage, film and television actress.
Cross-cultural leadership Rentsch, J.R., Mot, I., & Abbe, A. (2009). "Identifying the core content and structure of a schema for cultural understanding."
Anneliese Groscurth Groscurth, her husband, Havemann, Richter and Rentsch were honored in 2006 by Yad Vashem by being named Righteous Among the Nations.
European Union (resistance group) In 2006, five members of the EU, Anneliese and Georg Groscurth, Robert Havemann, Paul Rentsch and Herbert Richter were awarded the title, "Righteous among the Nations" from the Israeli Holocaust memorial, Yad Vashem.
Aquila Capital The company was founded by Roman Rosslenbroich and Dieter Rentsch in 2001. Aquila Group’s headquarters are in Hamburg, Germany. The company also has offices in Frankfurt, Munich, London, Zurich, Singapore, Luxembourg and Feilding.
European Union (resistance group) The original European Union () was an antifascist resistance group during Germany's Nazi era, which formed around Anneliese and Georg Groscurth and Robert Havemann. Other important members were Herbert Richter and Paul Rentsch.
Paul Renner Even before 1932, Renner made his opposition to the Nazis very clear, notably in his book “Kulturbolschewismus?” (Cultural Bolshevism?). He was unable to find a German publisher, so it was published by his Swiss friend Eugen Rentsch.
Corinna Schmidt Corinna Schmidt is a 1951 East German drama film directed by Arthur Pohl and starring Trude Hesterberg, Willy Kleinoschegg and Ingrid Rentsch. It is based on the novel "Jenny Treibel" by Theodor Fontane. A peniless young woman falls in love with a country house and becomes engaged to the young man who owns it, while his scheming family try to break up the match.
Georg Kolbe The studio where Kolbe lived and worked from 1929 to 1947 is located in Berlin-Westend, in Sensburger Allee. It was built in 1928/29 based on Kolbe's designs by Architect Ernst Rentsch (and Architect Paul Linder) and borders on a sculpture garden. Today it serves as the Georg Kolbe Museum, a museum dedicated to sculpture of the 20th century and contemporary art.