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  • ==Circus Websites== '''Eden Brothers''' Circus []
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  • ==Knie: The Swiss National Circus== ...d be at the origin of one of the world's most prestigious and long-lasting circus dynasties. Born in Erfurt and nineteen years old, the young Friedrich left
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  • ...of Wroclaw). He made his professional circus debut as a property man at [[Circus Roland]], in Germany, in 1950. There, he developed a passion for big cats, ...l-fledged wild animal trainer, presenting himself lions and polar bears at Circus [[Adolf Fisher]] in Germany. From 1962 to 1965, he worked in Italy at [[The
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  • ...y with the rank of Captain, and he would be often billed in his subsequent circus career as "Captain Ankner." ...em to [[The Great Carmo|Harry Carmo]] for his newly formed Great Carmo’s Circus in Ireland—and thus Ankner became the Equestrian Director of the Carm
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  • ==Circus Owner== ...alized and incorporated in 1960 into the [[VEB Zentral-Zirkus]], the State circus company of the German Democratic Republic.
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  • ==Carola Williams And Her Circus== ...he Althoff Dynasty|Althoffs]], she ran from 1945 to 1968 a very successful circus, which presented elegant shows with excellent artists and outstanding eques
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  • ...have made his one of the great names of the twentieth century’s European circus. ...]], a French equestrian who had settled in Sweden, where he originated his circus dynasty in the 19th century.
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  • ...n iconic figure of Britain’s premier circus at the time, [[Bertram Mills Circus]]. In addition to his professional work, he was also noted for his charitab ...taly Lazarenko]] (1890-1939), a clown and acrobat who would become a major circus star in the Soviet Union after the Communist revolution.
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  • ...ntury, under a succession of owners of more or less legitimate lineage. In circus lore, Sarrasani is still a fabled name that evokes a history of epic propor ==HANS STOSCH’S CIRCUS SARRASANI==
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  • =="Größter Circus Europas"== ...t circus building in Munich, the Kronebau, has been home to regular winter circus productions since 1919.
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  • ==Circus Director== names of the past by taking good advantage of the struggle of some old circus luminaries to stage a comeback.
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  • ...d, for that matter, of Europe. For many years, it was the High Society’s circus of choice. Its relatively small size gave it warmth and intimacy (it was so ...irque d’Hiver]], completely refurbished, returned to the presentation of circus shows after a rather futile hiatus as a movie-house and theater; the [[Cirq
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  • ==Gröẞter Rennbahn-Circus Europas== circus and the refinement and intimacy of the traditional European circus.
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  • ==Equestrians, Circus Owners== ...own circus and settled in (and then purchased) [[Ernst Renz]]’s flagship circus in Berlin in 1899—which remained active under Schumann’s ownership
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