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50 Famous People from Germany
Can you name 50 famous people from Germany?
Last updated: March 8, 2021
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Rose to fame in the 1990s as one of the world's most successful supermodels.
Physicist, who won the Nobel Prize in 1921 for his Theory of Relativity.
Philosopher who proposed the theory of dialectical materialism and wrote "Das Kapital."
Composer famous for writing symphonies, and continued to write after becoming deaf at the age of 29.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Politician who has been the Chancellor of Germany since 2005
Professor of theology and a seminal figure in the Reformation.
Seven time Formula One world champion.
One of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of the sport.
Industrialist who is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust.
Most capped German player of all time, retiring with a total of 150 appearances.
Politician, who was Führer from 1933 to 1945.
Tennis player, who was ranked world No.1 and won 22 Grand Slam singles.
Chancellor of Germany from 1998 to 2005.
A former world ATP No.1 and winner of six Grand Slam tournaments
Played his entire 21-year NBA career in Dallas Mavericks.
Four time Formula One world champion.
Composer during the barock period who wrote musical works for the church.
Johann Sebastian Bach
Former professional footballer and manager, who was nicknamed 'Der Kaiser.'
Catholic Church pope from 2005 until his resignation in 2013.
Model, TV host, businesswoman, fashion designer, and occasional actress.
Footballer who holds the record for the most goals scored in FIFA World Cup tournaments.
Reichsführer of the Protection Squadron and a leading member of the Nazi Party.
A former world WTA No.1 and winner of three Grand Slam tournaments
Mathematician, physicist and astronomer who has a magnetic unit of measure named after him.
Carl Friedrich Gauss
During his life pursued the idea of German unification. Known as 'Iron Chancellor.'
Otto von Bismarck
Actress and singer, who was popular during WWII and for the remainder of her long career.
Inventor of moveable-type for the printing press from the city of Mainz.
Composer whose most famous work "Hallelujah Choir" appears every year at Christmas time.
George Frideric Händel
Politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945.
Actress and former fashion model who played Helen in the epic war film "Troy."
Last German Emperor (Kaiser) and King of Prussia, reigning from 1888 until 1918.
Philosopher and the author of "Ode to Joy."
Friedrich von Schiller
Inventor of the famous engine.
Musician and composer of a famous lullaby.
Her competitive record makes her one of the most successful figure skaters of all time.
Convicted war criminal, who was one of the most powerful figures in the Nazi Party.
Philosopher, who wrote "Critique of Pure Reason."
Linguist and researcher who collected fairy tales and published them into books.
Philosopher of "pessimism."
Scientist, poet, statesman and writer, considered as the greatest German writer.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Inventor and technician, who along with Gottlieb Daimler, invented the first car.
Composer of "Der Ring des Nibelungen" and "Ride of the Valkyries."
Physicist and creator of the quantum theory.
Top goal scorer of 1970 FIFA World Cup with 10 goals.
German–American poet, novelist, and short story writer.
Novelist and short-story writer whose novels often had several levels of meaning.
Composer and music educator, best known for his cantata "Carmina Burana."
Writer who wrote mainly wild west books set in the American West.
Astronomer who established the laws of planetary motion.
Physicist who discovered X-rays.
Wilhelm Konrad von Röntgen
Mar 8, 2021
Beethoven became deaf, not tone-deaf. Kepler lived around 1600, that's not the middle ages. Luther didn't start a new religion but reformed an existing one. Gauss was primarily a mathematician.
Mar 8, 2021
Thanks for making corrections. I will check those questions.
Mar 8, 2021
Could you accept "Roentgen"?
Mar 8, 2021
Sure, why not :)
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