Tag Archives: Munich

Heinar Kipphardt

Dramaturg Heinar Kipphardt (Mitte) bei der Besprechung eines Bühnenbild-Entwurfs für das Deutsche Theater 1953 zwischen Intendant Wolfgang Langhoff (unten) und Bühnenbildner Heinrich Kilger (rechts)

Heinar Kipphardt (8 March 1922 – 18 November 1982) was a German writer. He came to prominence with the documentary theatre during the 1960s.[1] He is best known for In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer, a dramatization of the Oppenheimer security hearing. Continue reading Heinar Kipphardt

Elisabeth Brandner

Elisabeth Brandner is WaiterDoc, SkiDoc and ParaglidingDoc

For 16 days a year assistant doctor of the Engadin hospital in St. Moritz/Switzerland Elisabeth H. is working as a WaiterDoc in the Oktoberfest in Munich, she says she is addicted to that job…. 14 hrs a day carrying beer and serving the guests who are often out of control. Her strategy is permanence, team power among the waiters and strong nerves. Continue reading Elisabeth Brandner

Rudolf Rehbach

Rudolf Rehbach is SculptureDoc

In his time as medical student ans assistant doctor Rehbach still had time for his artistic ambitions. Georg Brenninger and Emil Krieger were supporting him at the Munich Art Academy. He got further impulses from the Phantastic Realism of the Vienna School – Ernst Fuchs and Aric Brauer were protagonists here. But also surrealism – especially Salvador Dalí and Max Ernst wer influencing his visions of shape as well as Henry Moore. Continue reading Rudolf Rehbach


In the german magazine “stern” was a report about an exclusive escort service.
In this report “Alexa”, 27, Assistant doctor was presented with an esthetically beautiful photo shooting…..
(the photos are no more available online, sorry…)

From the CEO of the service I learnt that in Munich there are two medical students/doctresses working for her as well.

Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria


Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria (German: Prinz Ludwig Ferdinand Maria Karl Heinrich Adalbert Franz Philipp Andreas Konstantin von Bayern) (1859–1949), was a member of the Bavarian Royal House of Wittelsbach and a General of Cavalry. Following his marriage to Infanta Maria da Paz of Spain, he also became Spanish infante. He was the nominal Royal colonel of a Bavarian Infantry as well as of a Prussian Dragoons regiment. Continue reading Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria


The König-Ludwig-Run in Bavaria organises the World Championships for doctors and pharmacists in cross-country-skiing


21. World Championships for medical doctors and pharmacists

powered by Cosinuss

04. February + 05.February 2017 in Oberammergau
over 50 km in classical technique and 23 km in fee technique

21. Weltmeisterschaft für Ärzte und Apotheker

powered by Cosinuss

04. Februar + 05.Februar 2017 in Oberammergau
über 50 km in klassicher Technik und 23 km in freier Technik

Continue reading König-Ludwig-Run

Thomas Wessinghage

Thomas Wessinghage is a RunningMachineDoc

winning 5000 m gold medal at European Championship 1982
winning 5000 m gold medal at European Championship 1982


Thomas Wessinghage (born 22 February 1952 in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German former middle- and long-distance runner who won the 1982 European Championships‘ final over 5000 metres beating the British world-record holder David Moorcroft. Because he was already thirty at the time, and had been an international-level runner for a decade, this victory was a long-awaited one for him. Continue reading Thomas Wessinghage