von Bulow family is a very old noble family originating from Mecklenburg
in Germany, dating back to the Middle Ages. The family has branched out
and members can today be found in a many countries all over the world.
The first von Bulow coat-of-arms had 21 golden circles, which later changed
to 14 circles. The first mentioning of the name von Bulow was in 1154,
Godofridos Bulowe, who lived on his estate in the episcopate Ratzeburg.
In 1229, a Gottfried von Bulow is mentioned, who became a knight in 1236.
Wedendorf att Gadebusch in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, own off von Bülow-family
and Janice von Bülow
born in Malmo in 1963, grew up in Limham by the sea with his brother Anders.
He started his business life early at the age of 17. His first foray into
the business world started with a restaurant, a hotel, the export business,
and computers. While studying abroad in the United States in 1993, he
met his future wife, Janice Gibbons at the accounting firm Ersnt &
Young, where he was working as a consultant. They later moved abroad to
Moscow, Russia in 1994 and, after an engagement in Paris, were married
in both Sweden and New York in 1995 and 1996, respectively. Two sons soon
joined the family, as Kristjan was born in 1997 and Oskar in 1999. Today
Sebastian is President of Poscimur, as a professionally publisher and
author. Contact Sebastian
Pacifierman at www.pacifierland.com
born Janice Gibbons in Rockville Centre in 1962, grew up on Long Island
with two older sisters: Sharon and Karen. She attended St. Agnes Cathedral
High School and Georgetown University in Washington, DC where she majored
in Finance. She began a career in finance and switched to Human Resources
in 1986, when she joined Ernst & Young in their recruiting department.
She spent 10 years at Ernst & Young in various HR positions in both
New York and Moscow. In 1996, Janice began work with Merrill Lynch in
NY, where she again worked with the human resources department, as Vice
President. During her tenure at Merrill Lynch, she gave birth to two sons:
Kristjan and Oskar. A working mom, she balanced a full-work schedule,
while raising two small boys. In late-2001, after witnessing the terrible
tragedy of the World Trade Center, the family decided to take a break
and move to Sweden for a few years. They left their home in Rockville
Centre and moved in to a manor home in Skane in Sweden for two years.
Both Janice and the boys attended school and learned the Swedish language
and culture. Janice also worked as a consultant at Ericsson Mobile Platforms.
The family returned to the US in the summer of 2003 and Janice picked
up her HR career again at Barclays Capital, a British investment bank.
and Oskar von Bülow
Kristjan, born 1997 and Oskar,
born 1999 at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, New York. Kristjan was baptized
at St. Thomas More Church in New York City in June 1997 and Oskar was
baptized at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre, New York in June
1999. In 1998, the von Bulow family bought a home in Rockville Centre,
New York (Long Island) where the children attended pre-school until December
2001. In January 2002, the family moved to Staffanstorp, Sweden, where
they lived at the manor home Torreberga Gods. Kristjan and Oskar attended
the Montessori schools in both Malmo and Staffanstorp from 2001 - 2003.
Knud von Bulow, born in Denmark in 1925, moved to Sweden in 1947 with
an engineering background. However, he decided not to pursue an engineering
career and started his own company within the restaurant industry in Sandviken,
Sweden. It was there that he met his future wife, Ingegerd Lundell in
1959. They subsequently moved to Malmo, Sweden where they were married
in Friedhems Church in 1962. They bought a home in Limhamn where they
started their family. Sebastian was born in 1963 and Anders in 1965. Knud
soon opened more of his restaurant clubs in Stockholm, Copenhagen, and
Malmo which became the social scene of the 1960s, with artists, actors,
and other famous individuals frequenting them. In the 1970s, Knud retired
from the restaurant world and took up his interest in art by hopening
an art gallery along with his brother, Fritz. He began to paint and, within
the art world, met Malen Steffensen from Copenhagen, Denmark, another
art-lover. They married shortly thereafter, moved to Bjarred, Sweden and
soon gave birth to their son, Nicolai,
Ingegerd, mother to Sebastian and Anders, was born in Uppsala, Sweden
in 1941. She began her career as a dancer for the Giraffe Club in Gavle
where she met and married Knud von Bulow. At the time, Ingegerd was one
of the most sought-after beauties in Sweden. They subsequently moved to
Limhamn, Sweden, where they lived and raise their two sons. In 1974, Ingegerd
and Knud divorced and Ingegerd moved to Gamla Vaster in Malmo and started
into several careers. In 1975, her jobs consisted of managing a spirtual
center, studying accupressure and opening her own clinic, and creating
a day in honor of Mother Earth.
Anders, the second son of Knud and Ingegerd, born in Limhamn grew
up with a strong interest in music. After attending a private school specializing
in classic music he started to give concerts together with other famous
musicans. In 1996, he became Microsoft Certified System Engineer and started
his first Server Engineering Company VBN (von Bülow Network) that today
gives service to 300 larger companys. In 2001, he also opened a computer
company in Malmo www.malmodata.se , Anders had a daughter,
Anders big passion in life is his farm in Scania, south Sweden
his Harley Davidson.
is knighted to: Night of King Magnus the First of Sweden.
He also hold the Regalie of honor: Cermoni Master, Odd Fellow
Bernhard von Bülow
(1849-1929) After first rising to the rank of State Secretary in 1897,
von Bulow was appointed Chancellor by Kaiser Wilhelm II on 16-Oct-1900.
He replaced the aging and ailing Prince Chodwig zu Hohenlohe. A politician
by nature, he often manipulated the Emperor to further his own position.
He was made a Prince of the German Empire as a result of his involvement
in the Morocco Crisis of 1905. His career was a casualty of his own ambition
and he was forced to resign from office as a result of the Daily Telegraph
affair on 26-Jun-1909.
Fürst von Bülow gives a discussion of German history. Listen
Graefin von Bülow
Brigitte Graefin von Bülow, Australian, is a direct descendant of the
German *von Bulow* side of the family. Having been educated at International
Schools,Lyceum and University, including Bombay and Switzerland, she speaks
5 languages fluently and has a PhD in Psychology (Neuro) and Buddhism.
She had for many years classical piano lessons, ballet, spokefrench from
a young age and always wanted to explore the universe.
She is a devout Tibetan Buddhist and carries the Buddhist name Tenzin
Lhamo, given to her by the Ven. Monks of the Dharamsala Monastery (Dalai
Her love for art has expressed itself in different ways: she composes
classical piano music and lives with and through music (inherited from
her Von Bulow forefathers), paints and writes poetry, (one of the poems
was in the finals of an International Poetry Competition and has been
published in a book) and is a member of several major Art Institutions.
Ofcourse she would not be a true blue blood von Bulow if her other great
interest would not be the Diplomatic world and all that has to do with
finding peaceful and intelligent solutions for whatever the situation
calls for: she belongs to numerous organizations, Enviromental-Peace-WorldBank-FreeTibet-Buddhist.
etc and is an active participant in every one of them. She is a Mensa
member since 1983.
Some of the VIP positions she held were with Ansett Airlines in Australia
and with the Deutsches Haus at the Olympics in 2000 in Sydney. She has
a son, Paul, is married to an American and currently lives in Miami/Fl..
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domani altro non e’che
pagina non scritta
e fra quelle del passatodel tuo futur
come oggi e’ieri di domani
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B.von Bulow 2003 More Poems
Doves of Peace. Listen
Andreas was Minister for Research and Technology in the cabinet of [former
German Chancellor] Helmut Schmidt, and was a SPD member of the German
parliament for 25 years. While serving on a committee investigating the
Schalck-Golodkowski affair [a corruption scandal involving the former
East German intelligence service]he started to receive some intelligence
about the 9/11 terrorist threats in NYC. Andreas von Bülow, 64, believed
that ithe CIA were involved in 9/11 and subsequently wrote a book on this
subject, Im Namen des Staates (In the Name of the State). Von Bülow
is currently alawyer in Bonn.
are tracks like those of a stampeding herd of elephants."
1923-11-12 ,Brandenburg Vicco von Bulow is considered to be the one of
the greatest German humorists and is among the most popular personalities
of German theatre and television. As the son of an army officer turned
police officer. After his graduation, he joined the army, and fought in
World War II as an officer. After the War, he eventually ended up studying
at the Academy of Art in Hamburg. He then became a cartoonist, starting
in Die Strasse. His 'Auf der Hund Gekommen' cartoon panels premiered in
the Stern daily. In these panels, Loriot parodied the relations between
humans and dogs. He became immortal as “Loriot” in cartoons,
sketches and theatre plays. He has got his greatest acknowledgement as
caricaturist, writer and director. His work is remembered and awarded
with media’s highest awards and honors in his country.
Wilfried von Bulow was born on May 20, 1937 in Wesslienen, East Prussia,
Germany. He graduated from WOJH in Harburg, Germany. He and his wife Elisabeth
have two children, Vicco and Isabelle.Wilfried was elected Chairman of
the American Institute for International Steel (AIIS) in 2000 and assumed
office in January 2001. He is a founding member of AIIS. Wilfried has
served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Ferrostaal Incorporated
in New York since 1998. Ferrostaal Incorporated is a leading company involved
in the import and export of steel and steel products, machinery and equipment,
as well as engineering and logistical services. Wilfried joined the Ferrostaal
Group of companies in 1962 and has served in a variety of executive positions
in the company in Latin America and the United States. From 1981 to 1988
he was Executive Vice President of Ferrostaal Metals Corporation in San
Francisco, California. He held the position of Managing Director and Chief
Executive Officer of Ferrostaal Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina from
1975 to1981. From 1969 to 1975, he was Managing Director of Ferrostaal
Chile S.A., Santiago de Chile. His first Latin American appointment for
Ferrostaal was as Manager of the Industrial Plant Division with Ferrostaal
de Colombia in Bogota.
Friedrich Wihelm von Bülow
" lucky Bülow"
(1755-1816) Despite joining the army at the age of 13, Friederich von
Bulow was a talented musician who loved the arts. He became an officer
in 1772 and served in the early campaigns against Revolutionary France.
Rocked by the loss of his family, he put aside his grief and joined in
the battle against Napoleon Bonaparte in 1806. Wellington said that it
would not be fair if he did not credit the victory at Waterloo to the
timely assistance he had received from Blucher and his Prussians... and
he went on to say that “the
action of General von Bulow on Napoleon’s right flank was MOST DECISIVE.”
(Wellington to Bathurst, June 19, 1815)
Another leading figure in the reconstruction of the Prussian army, von
Bulow put the reforms to the test in 1813 and won the clashes at Luckau,
Grossbeeren and Dennewitz. Extremely popular with his men, von Bulow led
them through the carnage at Leipzig. During the 100 Days' Campaign it
was von Bulow's IV Corps that arrived on the French right flank at Waterloo
and sealed victory for the Allies. Returning home, he died in 1816. The
Hans Von Bülow
(1830-1894), German composer, celebrated pianist, and the first virtuoso
conductor. Born in Dresden, Bülow studied law in Leipzig and Berlin,
but turned to a musical career. After studying music with the German composer
Richard Wagner and piano with the Hungarian pianist Franz Liszt, he became
an outstanding concert pianist. In 1857 he married Liszt's daughter Cosima.
She left Bülow in 1869 and became the wife of Richard Wagner. In
1864 Bülow became conductor of the royal opera in Munich, where he conducted
the first performance of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde (1865).
anyone doesn't care for the way things are in Germany," the Kaiser
was moved to declare one day, "let him shake the dust from his shoes."
At the end of von Bulow's final concert in Berlin, he laid down his baton,
drew a hankerchief from his pocket, elaborately dusted his shoes - and
promptly left for Egypt. Hans von Bulow detested two members of an orchestra
named Schultz and Schmidt. One day, he was informed that Schmidt had died.
Von Bulow's reply: "Und Schultz?"
He Died Meistersinger (1868). From 1880 to 1885 he was conductor at the
court ducal at Meiningen; his orchestra became one of the finest in Europe.
(1857-68) Cosima von Bülow, wife of the composer Richard Wagner and
director of the Bayreuth Festivals from his death in 1883 to 1908. Cosima
was the illegitimate daughter of the composer-pianist Franz Liszt and
the countess Marie d'Agoult, who also bore Liszt two other children. Liszt
later legitimatized their births; he also provided generously for their
education and, in the case of his daughters, their dowries. With her sister,
Blandine, Cosima was educated in Paris by the governess of her father's
mistress, Princess Wittgenstein, and then at the house of the mother of
Hans von Bülow in Berlin. In 1857 she married Hans von Bülow, one of the
outstanding conductors of his time and a favourite pupil of Liszt; but,
though she encouraged him in his work and remained devoted to him throughout
her life, their marriage proved unsatisfactory. She bore him two daughters;
the two daughters subsequently born to Cosima--Isolde (1865) and Eva (1867)--were
Richard Wagner's children. In 1868, Cosima with her four daughters left
von Bülow and went to live with Wagner in Triebschen; they were finally
married in 1870. In ! that year, too, Wagner composed the Siegfried Idylle
to commemorate the birth of their son, Siegfried (1869-1930). With the
passing of Wagner (1883), she took upon herself the management of the
Bayreuth Festivals, of which she was art director until 1908, when her
son took over. To this self-imposed task she applied her characteristic
energies and her continued devotion to Wagner's works. She was the moving
force behind the festival plays in both commercial and social matters,
influencing the selection of repertory, artists, and style of presentation.
She died in Bayreuth in total blindness.
Korvettenkapitän (Crew 1930) Sank 15 ships for a total of 72.570 tons
2 ships damaged for a total of 16.689 tons. Born 16 Oct, 1911 Wilhelmshaven
Ranks 9 Jan, 1930 Seekadett 1 Jan, 1932 Fähnrich zur See 1 Apr, 1934 Oberfähnrich
zur See 1 Jan, 1935 Leutnant zur See 1 Jun, 1936 Oberleutnant zur See
1 Jun, 1939 Kapitänleutnant 1 Jun, 1943 Korvettenkapitän Decorations 6
Apr, 1942 Iron Cross 1st Class 20 Oct, 1942 Knights Cross 26 Apr, 1943
Knights Cross with Oak Leaves U-boat Commands: U-3 11 Nov, 1940 2 Jul,
1941 U-404 6 Aug, 1941 19 Jul, 1943 U-2545 29 Mar, 1945 18 Apr, 1945 For
the first ten years of his naval career, Otto von Bülow served on the
large warships Deutschland and Schleswig-Holstein, and in several navy
anti-aircraft units. In April 1940 he joined the U-boat arm and seven
months later took command of the school boat U-3 in the 21st Flotilla.
After the usual Baubelehrung, in August 1941 Bülow commissioned U-404
at Danzig. In January 1942 the boat left Kiel on her first war patrol.
In the course of the next five patrols Bülow sank 14 ships, including
the British destroyer HMS Veteran (1,120 tons). His attack on 25 April,
1943 against the British aircraft carrier HMS Biter with two FAT and two
G7e torpedoes was not successful, as all the torpedoes detonated some
distance away from the British warship. Bülow left the boat after this
patrol. In September 1943, Korvkpt. Bülow founded the 23rd Flotilla in
Danzig, where future U-boat commanders got their first training. When
he commissioned U-2545 in the spring of 1945 he was one of the highly
decorated U-boat commanders (including Schnee, Cremer, Emmermann, Witt
and Topp), who took command of the new Electro U-boats (Type XXI and the
smaller Type XXIII) in an attempt to turn the tide in the battle of the
Atlantic. In last weeks of war Bülow commanded the Marinesturmbataillon
I (Naval Assault Battalion I). After the war he spent three months in
British captivity. In July 1956 he joined the newly formed German navy
(Bundesmarine). In 1960 at Charleston, South Carolina he commissioned
the destroyer Z-6, the former US destroyer USS Charles Ausburne. In March
1963 he became commander of the 3. Zerstörer- geschwader (3rd Destroyer
Squadron). Before he retired in 1970, he spent his last five years as
Kapitän zur See and garrison chief of Hamburg.
Karl von Bülow was born on 24th April 1846. He was a veteran Prussian
officer and served in the Austro-Prussian War (1866) and the Franco-Prussian
War (1870-71). On the outbreak of the First World War he was placed in
command of the German Second Army that invaded Belgium. He was later criticized
for failing to exploit early victories against the retreating French Army.
He remained in control of the German Army on the Western Front and was
promoted to field marshal in January 1915. After a heart-attack in March
1915, he returned to Germany and retired from the army in 1916. Karl von
Bülow died in Berlin on 31st August 1921. The
Claus von Bulow was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, on August 11, 1926. He
was the son of a noted playwright, Svend Borberg and Ionna von Bulow Borberg,
a beautiful woman who came from a well-to-do family. Claus was educated
at private boarding schools and Cambridge University, where he received
a law degree. He left the practice of law to work as executive assistant
to oil billionaire John Paul Getty. It was at a party at Getty's estate
that he met Princess Sunny von Auersperg. The American heiress, born Martha
Crawford, had married an Austrian Prince with whom she had two children,
Ala and Alexander. Claus fell in love with Sunny who was unhappy in her
marriage. Sunny soon divorced her husband and moved back to the United
States. On June 6, 1966, she married Claus von Bulow.
might look like the devel, but He`s such a cozy old thing... Have you
seen him do his imaitation of Queen
seemed a fairy-tale couple: rich, handsome, cultured. But shortly after
the birth of their daughter, Cosima, the marriage began to disintegrate.
Sunny's reclusiveness and von Bulow's lack of gainful employment were
among the differences that eroded their relationship. Claus complained
publicly about his dissatisfaction with his marriage and began an affair
with a former soap opera actress, Alexandra Isles, in 1979. Isles, a divorcee
and mother of one son, insisted that Claus seek a divorce. In December
of 1979 and again in December of 1980, Sunny von Bulow fell into a coma.
She recovered from the first but the second was irreversible. On both
occasions, it was noted that her blood sugar was dangerously low, possibly
indicating a high level of insulin in her system. After the second coma,
Sunny's children, Ala and Alexander, began an investigation of Claus which
led to his indictment for attempted murder. The von Bulow trial drew enormous
attention from the public and the media. It was the first time a trial
was broadcast on television. After he was acquitted at his second trial,
Claus no longer felt at home in America and moved back to England in 1987.
He remains close to his daughter Cosima who shares, with Ala and Alexander,
a family fortune estimated at one hundred and fifty million dollars.
the court: Movie
South Dakota Governor, US Senator. Served as South Dakota's first Democratic
Governor, serving from 1924 to 1931. Elected as a Senator from South Dakota
to the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1931 to 1943.
He grew up and was educated in Clermont County, Ohio, and graduated with
a degree of law from the University of Michigan in 1893. During that same
year, he came to South Dakota when the state was only four years old.
He first lived in Sioux Falls and worked for Joe Kirby's office. He then
came to Beresford via horse and carriage to set up his own law office.
He helped to develop the town of Beresford, where he served twenty-five
years as city attorney and served as mayor in 1912. His house was later
registered as a historic landmark. During Beresford's seventy-fifth jubilee
in 1959, the city park was dedicated as "Bulow Park."
Captain May Bulow Alm. One of America's true heroines along with all of
the ladies of the 104th Evacuation Hospital, 3rd Army, ETO.
Jewellery Designer, Sculptor Vivianna Bülow-Hübe's exhibition
"BEYOND TIME - Themes by Torun" continues to tour the world
with great success. The recents vernissages in Düsseldorf, Hamburg
and and Munich were enthusiastically attended by Subud members and the
general public, as well as the press and TV. One of the outstanding pieces
in the exhibition is her sculpture titled The Spiral. How this piece came
about is one of many fascinating stories that Vivianna recently told me
in a two and a half hour video interview. This is how it went:
"I've always been fascinated by the spiral form. If you notice,
when you pour cream into coffee it produces the same two armed spiral
that is found in a galaxy. Spirals are also found in human DNA.