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Weninger Weninger is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Josef Weninger Josef Weninger (May 15, 1886, Salzburg - March 28, 1959, Vienna) was an Austrian anthropologist.
Josef Weninger From 1925, Weninger co-edited the journals "Volk und Rasse" ("Nation and Race") and "Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde" ("Journal for Racial Studies"). In 1927, he became the director of the Anthropological Institute in Vienna. His assistants were all members of the NSDAP and Weninger hosted their meetings at his home when the party was still illegal in Austria. In 1938, he was dismissed because his wife was "not Aryan", but was still able to deliver numerous "racial expertises" "(Rassengutachten)" and published several books on racial theories.
Jeff Weninger Jeff Weninger is an American politician and a Republican member of the Arizona House of Representatives representing District 17 since January 5, 2015. Before serving in the legislature, Weninger served on the Chandler City Council for eight years and held the position of Vice Mayor.
Josef Weninger Josef Weninger was born on May 15, 1886 in Salzburg, Austria.
Josef Weninger In 1945 he was reinstated as director of the Institute, where he worked until 1957. He became a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and honorary president of the Anthropological Society of Vienna and the Association for European Ethnology of Vienna.
Josef Weninger Weninger taught as a professor at the University of Vienna.
Francis Xavier Weninger He published forty works in German, sixteen in English, eight in French, three in Latin. Among his principal works are:
Francis Xavier Weninger Francis Xavier Weninger (; 31 October 1805, Wildhaus (), Styria, Austria (now Slovenia) - 29 June 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio) was an Austrian Jesuit missionary and author.
Francis Xavier Weninger When already a priest and doctor of theology, he joined the Society of Jesus in 1832 and in 1841 was sent to Innsbruck, where he taught theology, history, and Hebrew. As the Revolution of 1848 impeded his further usefulness at home, he left Europe and went to the United States. During his forty years he visited almost every state of the Union, preaching in English, French, or German, as best suited the nationality of his hearers. In the year 1854 alone he delivered nearly a thousand sermons, and in 1864 he preached about forty-five missions.