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  • Soon came the family’s second generation of performers: Rudolf Knie (1808-1858) was born on July 14, 1808. Four more children [[Image:Aren Rudolf and Franz eventually left the family, and went on to create their own troup
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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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  • ...horse trainer, and Alma von der Gathen (1905-1944). Adi had five siblings: Rudolf, known as Rudi or "Männe" (February 22, 1927 - April 5, 2004, Aachen), who ...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
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  • ...ters and a talented equestrienne, who married [[The Althoff Dynasty|Alfons Althoff]] (1873-1916), with whom she moved to New York in 1914, and the equestrienn ...1885-1943), Adolph (1887-1940), Felix (1888-1891), Hedwig (1890-1966), and Rudolf (1893-1944). Several of them participated in the Risley act.
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  • ...eyer) and his wife, née Josepha Rosine Auguste, had six children: Albert, Rudolf, Franziska, Wilhelm, Adolf and Friederike—who all generated lineages ...plans for his younger son: Around 1876, Carl Junior was sent to his uncle Rudolf Philadelphia, in Berlin, to get a proper academic schooling. While there, h
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