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  • family dissensions, Louis left the circus in 1993, and purchased [[Elfi Althoff-Jacoby]]’s Austrian National Circus— which became the [[Österreich Image:Karl_Kinie.jpg|Carl Zuckmayer, left, with Karl Knie, right, and their wives (c.1935)
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  • ...Heiress to the oldest and most important German circus dynasty, the [[The Althoff Dynasty|Althoffs]], she ran from 1945 to 1968 a very successful circus, whi ===Carola Althoff===
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  • ...s sister and was married to the circus director and animal trainer [[Adolf Althoff]] (1913-1998). Adi was trained in acrobatics by Mohamed "Momo" Saharaoui Fa ...illiams-Althoff]], ran by his cousin, [[The Althoff Dynasty|Franz (Franzi) Althoff]].
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  • ...xed group of lions, tigers, leopards and black panthers belonging to Franz Althoff. Tini Berman was indeed an accomplished cat trainer.
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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 ...giant circuses were fighting fiercely for territory. It was costly, and [[Carl Krone]] and Hans Stosch-Sarrasani eventually met and agreed to coordinate t
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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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  • ...cus Barlay]] of Harry Barlay and his wife [[Carola Williams|Carola]], née Althoff. ...presence of his brother-in-law in the family combine didn’t thrill Adolf Althoff!
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  • ...ountries outside the German borders in the early postwar era. Circus Franz Althoff was also the first European circus of that era to develop an acceptable com Franz Althoff also improved the circus performing space, introducing innovative concepts
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