Rosenthal


Rosenthal

Rosenthal is a name of German origin, meaning rose valley, and may refer to:

* Rosenthal, Hesse, in the Waldeck-Frankenberg district
* Rosenthal (Berlin), a part of Berlin, Germany
* Rosenthal, a part of Peine in Lower Saxony
* Rosenthal, a part of Rosenthal-Bielatal in the Sächsische Schweiz district
* Rosenthal, a part of Ralbitz-Rosenthal in Bautzen district
* Rosenthal, in Brandenburg
* Rosenthal, now Bartoszyce, Poland
* Rožmitál pod Třemšínem in the Czech Republic, known as Rosenthal in German

People named Rosenthal

*Abe M. Rosenthal, the late "New York Times" editor and columnist
*Ben Rosenthal, United States Congressman (1962-1983)
*Sir Charles Rosenthal (1875-1954), Australian general of World War I
*Chuck Rosenthal (district attorney), the Republican former District Attorney of Harris County, Texas
*Constantin Daniel Rosenthal, Wallachian painter and revolutionary
*David Rosenthal, publisher of Simon & Schuster's adult trade division
*David H. Rosenthal, American poet, editor and translator
*David S. Rosenthal, American producer
*Dean Rosenthal, American composer
*Dietmar Rosenthal, Russian linguist
*Ed Rosenthal, author and publisher arrested for use of medical marijuana
*Eliezer Samson Rosenthal, 20th century Israeli Religious Zionist Orthodox rabbi and academic talmudist
*Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal, Las Vegas entrepreneur
*Franz Rosenthal (1914-2003), scholar of Arabic literature and Islam
*Harald Rosenthal, German marine biologist
*Harold Rosenthal, British music critic
*Harold Wallace Rosenthal, the administrative assistant of senator Jacob K. Javits from New York
*Ida Rosenthal, bra designer/inventor and co-founder of Maidenform
*Jack Rosenthal, British playwright and television writer
*Jane Rosenthal, film producer
*Jean Rosenthal (1912-1969), pioneer of theatrical lighting design
*Jim Rosenthal, UK sports presenter
*Joe Rosenthal, American photographer
*Laurence Rosenthal, Film and television composer
*Manuel Rosenthal (1904-2003), French composer and conductor
*Márk Rózsavölgyi, Hungarian violinist and composer, the father of csárdás, born "Mordecai Rosenthal"
*Moriz Rosenthal, Polish-American pianist
*Paul Rosenthal, American violinist
*Phil Rosenthal, "Chicago Tribune" columnist
*Philip Rosenthal, television producer
*Richard P. Rosenthal, author, law enforcement officer, Chief of police for Wellfleet, Massachusetts
*Richard R. Rosenthal, allergist, co-inventor of Rosenthal-French dosimeter
*Rick Rosenthal, American film director
*Robert Rosenthal, psychologist, co-author of "Pygmalion in the Classroom" (see Rosenthal effect)
*Ronny Rosenthal, Israeli footballer
*Samuel Rosenthal, Polish-French chess master

ee also

* Rosendahl
* Roosendaal, The Netherlands


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  • Rosenthal [2] — Rosenthal, Dorf in Böhmen, an der Lausitzer Neisse, besteht aus 2 Gemeinden, R. I und R. II, (1900) 2238 und 4673 E.; Spinnerei, Tuchfabriken …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon


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