Hanns

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Hanns is a given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Hanns Blaschke (1896–1971), Austrian politician
  • Hanns-Peter Boehm (born 1928), German chemist and professor emeritus at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany
  • Hanns Bolz (1885–1918), German expressionist and cubist painter
  • Hanns Brandstätter (born 1949), Austrian fencer
  • Hanns Braun (1886–1918), German athlete
  • Veit Hanns Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1764–1841), German portraitist
  • Hanns Cibulka (1920–2004), German Bohemian poet and diarist
  • Hanns Eckelkamp (born 1927), German film producer and founder of Atlas Filmverleih
  • Hanns Eisler (1898–1962), Austrian composer
  • Hanns Heinz Ewers (1871–1943), German actor, poet, philosopher, and writer of short stories and novels
  • Hanns-Joachim Friedrichs (1927–1995), German journalist
  • Hanns In der Gand, pen name of Ladislaus Krupski (1882–1947), Swiss folklorist and collector of traditional and military songs
  • Hanns Bruno Geinitz (1814–1900), German geologist, born at Altenburg, the capital of Saxe-Altenburg
  • Hanns Georgi (1901–1989), German painter, printmaker and book illustrator
  • Hanns Goebl (1901–1986), Bavarian sculptor who worked for the Nymphenburg Porcelain Factory
  • Hanns Grössel (1932–2012), German literary translator and broadcasting journalist
  • Hanns Günther, pseudonym of Walter de Haas (1886–1969), a prolific German author, translator, and editor of popular science books
  • Hanns-Joachim-Friedrichs-Award, German award for journalism
  • Hanns Heise (1913–1992), highly decorated Oberstleutnant in the Luftwaffe during World War II
  • Hanns Hopp (1890–1971), German architect
  • Hanns Hörbiger (1860–1931), Austrian engineer from Vienna with roots in Tyrol
  • Hanns Dieter Hüsch (1925–2005), German author, cabaret artist, actor, songwriter and radio commentator
  • Hanns Jana (born 1952), German fencer
  • Hanns Jelinek (1901–1969), Austrian composer of Czech descent who is also known under the pseudonym Hanns Elin
  • Hanns Johst (1890–1978), German playwright and Nazi Poet Laureate
  • Hanns-Christian Kaiser (born 1969), German artist
  • Hanns Kerrl (1887–1941), German Nazi politician
  • Hanns Kilian (1905–1981), German bobsledder who competed from the late 1920s to the late 1930s
  • Hanns Kräly (1884–1950), credited in the United States as Hans Kraly, was a German actor and screenwriter
  • Hanns Kreisel (born 1931), German mycologist and professor emeritus
  • Hanns Laengenfelder (1903–1982), highly decorated Generalmajor in the Wehrmacht during World War II
  • Hanns Lilje (1899–1977), German Lutheran bishop and one of the pioneers of the ecumenical movement
  • Hanns Lippmann (1890–1929), German film producer of the silent era
  • Hanns-Heinrich Lohmann (1911–1995), Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel), in the Waffen SS during World War II
  • Hanns Lothar (1929–1967), German film actor
  • Hanns Ludin (1905–1947), German diplomat
  • Hanns Maaßen (born 1908), German journalist and writer
  • Hanns Malissa (1920–2010), Austrian analytical chemist and environmental chemist
  • Hanns von Meyenburg (born 1887), Swiss Pathologist
  • Hanns Nägle (born 1902), German bobsledder who competed in the late 1920s
  • Hanns-Horst von Necker (1903–1979), highly decorated Generalmajor in the Luftwaffe during World War II
  • Hanns-Josef Ortheil (born 1951), German author, scholar of German literature, and pianist
  • Hanns Albin Rauter (1895–1949), high-ranking Austrian-born Nazi war criminal
  • Hanns Sachs (1881–1947), one of the earliest psychoanalysts, and a close personal friend of Sigmund Freud
  • Hanns Scharff (1907–1992), German Luftwaffe interrogator during the Second World War
  • Hanns Martin Schleyer (1915–1977), German business executive and employer and industry representative
  • Hanns Schwarz, Austrian film director
  • Hanns Seidel (1901–1961), German politician and Bavarian prime minister from 1957 to 1960
  • Hanns Egon Wörlen (1915–2014), German architect and art patron
  • Hanns Zischler (born 1947), German actor most famous in America for his portrayal of Hans in Steven Spielberg's film Munich

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