Ziegler

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Ziegler is a common German surname meaning "brick-maker" and may refer to the following people:

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Authors[edit]

Military[edit]

  • David Ziegler (1748–1811), military officer of the Continental Army, Society of the Cincinnati
  • Joachim Ziegler (1904–1945), SS-Brigadeführer and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
  • William Smith Ziegler (1911–1999), Canadian general in World War II

Musicians[edit]

  • Anne Ziegler (1910–2003), English singer, wife of Webster Booth
  • Klaus Martin Ziegler (1929–1993), German choral conductor, organist and Protestant church musician

Politicians[edit]

  • Erich Ziegler (1914–2004), German politician and anti-Nazi resistance activist

Religion[edit]

Scientists and Academics[edit]

  • Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr. (born 1937), American preservationist, urbanist, writer and activist
  • Bernard P. Zeigler (born 1940), Canadian emeritus professor at the University of Arizona,
  • Daniel Ziegler (1804–1876), American clergyman and entomologist
  • Günter M. Ziegler (born 1963), German mathematician
  • Jean Ziegler (born 1934), Swiss professor of sociology and politician, active in the anti-globalization movement
  • John Bosley Ziegler, American physician who pioneered the athletic use of the steroid Dianabol
  • Karl Ziegler (1898–1973), German chemist and Nobel laureate
  • Peter Ziegler (born 1928), Swiss geologist
  • Philip Ziegler (born 1929), British biographer and historian
  • William Ziegler (1843–1905), American industrialist, co-founder of the Royal Baking Powder Company, Arctic explorer

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Technicians[edit]

  • Bernard Ziegler (born 1933), French, former Airbus director of engineering, son of Henri Ziegler
  • Hans K. Ziegler (1911–1999), German pioneer in the field of satellite technology

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