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  • ...Czech Kludský family, and had been created before WWI by Karel Kludský (Carl Kludsky, as he became known in the West-European circus business). From hum ...s Sarrasani|Sarrasani]], [[Julius Gleich|Gleich]], [[The Hagenbeck Dynasty|Hagenbeck]] and others, which followed Kludský’s model. It was these Bohemian work
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  • ...us with a vast menagerie (inspired at first by the German circus of [[Carl Hagenbeck]]—thus the original title, Zoo Zirkus—but also, undoubtedly, by ...e United States, and it included ethnic exhibitions, a trademark of Zirkus Hagenbeck, and sideshow attractions like those Court had seen at the Ringling Bros. C
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  • ...Schulz, who had become a famous wild animal trapper for the firm of [[Carl Hagenbeck]], Fritz apprenticed as a butcher. But he shared with his uncle a passion f
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  • ...in April 1913, she soon recovered and appeared later that year with [[Carl Hagenbeck]]’s Wonder Zoo and Circus at London’s [[Olympia, London|Olympia]]. May
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  • ...24. In 1928, Ankner brought a stud of horses from the German [[Circus Carl Hagenbeck]] for [[Bertram Mills]], who sold them to [[The Great Carmo|Harry Carmo]] f File:Emmerich_Ankner_(c.1928).jpg|Emmerich Ankner - Circus Carl Hagenbeck (1928)
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  • ...ced some confusion concerning national identities. The German equestrian [[Carl Magnus Hinné]] (1819-1890) established circuses in Frankfurt, Warsaw, Cope ...us buildings; Sarrasani had its own building in Dresden, Krone in Münich, Hagenbeck in Stellingen, and Paris alone maintained four permanent circuses. This, of
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  • ...cult in Nazi Germany. Yet whereas circus luminaries such as [[Circus Krone|Carl Krone]], [[Circus Sarrasani|Hans Stoch-Sarrasani, Jr.]], and Paula Busch, l ...on the road. Adolf and Carola would manage the two circuses (Williams and Hagenbeck) conjointly until 1956. In the absence of Alfons and Jeanette, Carola also
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  • ...ularized by the great European cat trainers of the [[The Hagenbeck Dynasty|Hagenbeck]] school, which tended to privilege their animals’ actions over the train ...arge collection of horses and its herd of elephants—a task for which Carl Sembach will eventually show an inordinate talent. Frieda was Circus Krone
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  • ...us-theater." The polar bears belonged to the Klant Zoo, created by [[Willy Hagenbeck]]’s stepson, [[Erie Klant]] (1912-1990), on the hill of Cauberg in Valken ...ant Zoo. She made her debut the following year, in 1952, at [[Circus Willy Hagenbeck]] with a group of five lions. Perhaps to tell her apart from Adriaan, she h
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  • ...the history of modern circus. His achievements influenced rivals such as [[Carl Krone]], colleagues and admirers such as [[Jérôme Medrano]] and [[John Ri ...mals were horses, but a first elephant bought from [[The Hagenbeck Dynasty|Hagenbeck]] was soon added, and seven more would follow in 1906, purchased from the L
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  • ...ned troughout the years the standards of quality initiated by its founder, Carl Krone, as well as its original menagerie’s heritage. Its tours in many Eu Founded by Carl Krone (1833-1900), then developed by his son, Carl Krone, Jr. (1870-1943), the Krone organization typically grew from a fairgr
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  • ...nistrative accountant for the circuses of [[Alfred Schneider]] and [[Willy Hagenbeck]], and by 1935, for the new [[Circus Barlay]] of Harry Barlay and his wife ...s occupation of the Kronebau, [[Circus Krone|Frieda Krone]], whose father, Carl Krone, had died in 1943, had to fend off Hoppe's propositions of marriage,
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  • ...For instance, the lions (and a Great Dane) of [[The Hagenbeck Dynasty|Carl Hagenbeck]] presented by Darling (whose real name was [[Eduard Deyerling]]) were feat ...tacular group of nine lions, five tigers, one bear and three dogs from the Hagenbeck menagerie presented by [[Willy Peters]], and the three elephants of the gor
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  • ...who were far more successful and reliable and ran the famous [[Circus Carl Hagenbeck]], named after their legendary father, as well as several circus buildings. ...the circus reverted to its old ''Dominik Althoff'' title. (Willy and Carl Hagenbeck lent their name to another circus venture under the management of [[Oskar H
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  • ...and Portugal, where he toured at the beginning of the hostilities with the Hagenbeck menagerie as an adjunct to his traveling circus—a move that proved qu
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  • ...eated his own circus company, in partnership with a Swiss equestrian named Carl Antony. Unfortunately, in 1866, all their horses were requisitioned by the ...ircus Renz in Vienna, owned by [[The Hagenbeck Dynasty|Heinrich and Lorenz Hagenbeck]], and then went to Göteborg and Stockholm. Their 1939 summer tour in Swed
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