Dorothea Wieck was a German theatre and film actress. Wieck grew up in southern Germany and Sweden, she was descended from musician Clara Schumann. Wieck launched her acting career on stage in 1924 and made her screen debut in German films in 1926, appearing in several silent films, she became known through her leading role in the 1931 film Mädchen in Uniform. Wieck appeared in around 50 films and played on the stages of many large theatres, notably at the Deutsches Theater and the Schillertheater, Berlin, she worked as a theatre director. After World War II, she appeared in films only in supporting roles, she withdrew from films entirely in the early 1960s. In 1973, Wieck received the Film Ribbon in Gold of the Deutscher Filmpreis for long and outstanding achievements in German film. Wieck was married to Baron Ernest von der Decken. Wieck is buried at the cemetery Friedhof Heerstraße in Berlin. Little Inge and Her Three Fathers Secret Sinners I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg My Heidelberg, I Can Not Forget You Valencia Storm Tide Did You Fall in Love Along the Beautiful Rhine?
Klettermaxe The Foreign Legionnaire Mädchen in Uniform, as Governess Fräulein von Bernburg A Mad Idea, as Mabel Miller Teilnehmer antwortet nicht Countess Mariza Trenck, as Amalie, Prinzessin von Preußen Anna and Elizabeth, as Elisabeth Cradle Song, as Joanna Theodor Körner Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen, as Miss Madeline Fane The Student of Prague Der stählerne Strahl The Private Life of Louis XIV, as Madame de Maintenon The Impossible Woman Love Can Lie The Yellow Flag Der vierte kommt nicht Dein Leben gehört mir Kopf hoch, Johannes! Andreas Schlüter Inviati speciali The Green Salon Leb' wohl, Christina The Murder Trial of Doctor Jordan Five Suspects Das seltsame Leben des Herrn Bruggs No Greater Love Behind Monastery Walls Man on a Tightrope Elephant Fury The Man of My Life Der Froschkönig Das Fräulein von Scuderi Unternehmen Schlafsack Das Forsthaus in Tirol Roman einer Siebzehnjährigen The Story of Anastasia A Time to Love and a Time to Die Menschen im Hotel Aus dem Tagebuch eines Frauenarztes Morgen wirst du um mich weinen Brainwashed Das Mädchen und der Staatsanwalt Dorothea Wieck on IMDb Dorothea Wieck at AllMovie Dorothea Wieck at steffi-line.de Profile at Cyranos Images and bibliography at Virtual Film History Biography at FemBio
Asda Jayanama is a former career diplomat of the Kingdom of Thailand. He is noted for his criticisms of the Myanmar military regime, Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, Former Thai Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai. Asda was born on 17 September 1941, in Bangkok into a family of diplomats, he is related to Direk Jayanama, ambassador to Japan during World War II. His younger brother, Surapong Jayanama, was ambassador to Germany and South Africa. Another brother, was former Director General of the Department of American and South Pacific Affairs. Asda has two children. Asda studied at Bangkok Christian College in Denstone College in England, he graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1964 with a B. A. and 1965 with a M. A. in economics. He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand in 1966, he served as Second Secretary at the Royal Thai Embassy to Burma from 1969-1973. He was afterwards appointed Chief of the South and West Asia Division in the Political Department in 1973.
From 1974 to 1976 he was made Chief of the International Development Affairs Division, International Organizations Department. From 1976 to 1979, he was appointed First Secretary of the Royal Thai Embassy in Vienna, where he was the Alternate Representative of Thailand to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and International Atomic Energy Agency. Afterwards, he was made Chief of the Arabian Affairs Division back at the Headquarters, he was promoted and served the South-East Asia Division as Director from 1979 to 1981. From 1981 to 1984 he was transferred to Paris where he served as Deputy Representative of Thailand to the United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization, he became ambassador to Vietnam from 1984 to 1986, ambassador to Singapore from 1986 to 1990, ambassador to New Zealand from 1990 to 1993. Asda became Director-General of the Department of International Organizations from 1993 to 1995. Along with his brother, Surapong Jayanama, Asda led negotiations that resulted in the entry of Myanmar into the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in 1997.
He afterwards was appointed Thailand's ambassador to the United Nations from 1996 to 2001. He retired after finishing his posting to the UN; as a diplomat, Asda has long had outspoken views against the military government of Myanmar. After retiring from government service, he increased his criticism of the regime, noting that "ASEAN's constructive engagement policies have failed... The Asean values of non-interference of domestic affairs and quiet diplomacy should be re-examined and reinterpreted for modern times", he noted "What did ASEAN get from Burma's entry? Nothing, except problems... Burma never respects Asean's rules and tried to get Asean to adjust to its own needs, and Asean just let that happen... If we compare Asean to a dog, Burma as its tail, it seems that the tail is now wagging the dog". Asda's brother, was a strong critic of the Myanmar regime and called Thailand's policy to Myanmar "Eight Long Years of Disgrace"; some have viewed the transfer of Surapong from Director General of the East Asia Department to become ambassador to Germany as being punishment for being too outspokenAfter the government of Thaksin Shinawatra continued the Chuan Leekpai government's policy of engaging Myanmar, Asda's starting publicly criticizing Thaksin and Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai.
Asda claimed. Regarding Surakiart's road map for reconciliation with Myanmar, Asda noted that "It was clear to diplomats junior officers, at the Foreign Ministry that the Thai road map was doomed from the beginning", he has called the Thai policy "greenhorn" and noted "it may not be obvious to fly-by-night politicians, but to well trained diplomats it is political common sense that the State Peace and Development Council would never accept the Thai proposal for holding a forum". In 2003, Asda's younger brother Apipong, Director General of the Department of American and South Pacific Affairs, his Deputy, Isorn Pocmontri, were transferred by Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai to the Institute of Foreign Affairs; the Jayanama family viewed this as an inactive post, although the Ministry noted several challenges faced by the Institute. Asda unsuccessfully sought to challenge the transfer in the Administrative Court. Asda joined his brother and Kasit Piromya, former Thai ambassador to the US, in publicly criticizing Thaksin in mass protests in early 2006.
In public rallies, Asda claimed that Thaksin's two state visits to India during his first term were fuelled by his personal interests to strike a satellite deal for the family-owned Shin Corp. Asda's views were criticized by Foreign Minister Kantathi Suphamongkhon. Regarding Asda's claim that Thaksin's state visit to India was to seal a deal for Shinawatra Satellite, Kantathi said "I travelled with the prime minister and was by his side from dusk to dawn. I can guarantee he never talked about personal matters", he was exceptionally vocal in his attack on former Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai, noting that "Because we have a weak foreign minister who responded to Thaksin as if he was his servant, we have been unable to solve any problems". He attacked Surakiart's bid for Secretary General of the UN, claiming that he was a poor choice for the UN top post and that he had no chance of getting the job. Asda claimed that Surakiart Sathirathai parked his car outside the official residence of UN secretary-general at night so he could see it.
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This is a list of notable hot dog dishes. The hot dog is a cooked sausage, traditionally grilled or steamed and served in a sliced bun; this type of sausage was culturally imported from Germany and popularized in the United States, where it became a working-class street food sold at hot dog stands and carts. The hot dog became associated with baseball and American culture. Hot dog preparation and condiments vary regionally in the US. Bagel dog – of a full-size or miniature hot dog, wrapped in bagel-style breading before or after cooking Cheese dog – served with cheese or processed cheese on it or stuffed within it as a filling Chicago-style hot dog – an all-beef frankfurter on a poppy seed bun that originated in the city of Chicago, Illinois; the hot dog is topped with yellow mustard, chopped white onions, bright green sweet pickle relish, a dill pickle spear, tomato slices or wedges, pickled sport peppers, a dash of celery salt. Chili dog – the generic name for a hot dog served in a bun and topped with some sort of meat sauce, such as chili con carne.
Other toppings are added, such as cheese and mustard. Cincinnati cheese coney – a hot dog topped with Cincinnati chili and thinly shredded sharp cheddar cheese, on a steamed bun Completo – a Chilean hot dog served with ingredients such as chopped tomatoes, mayonnaise, Chilean chili, green sauce and cheese. Coney Island hot dog – a hot dog sandwich in a bun topped with a savory meat sauce and sometimes other toppings Corn dog – sausage coated in a thick layer of cornmeal batter on a stick Danger dog – a hot dog, wrapped in bacon and deep-fried Dodger Dog – a hot dog named after the Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers franchise that sells them Half-smoke – a hot dog dish found in Washington, D. C. and the surrounding region Hamdog – an Australian sandwich that consists of a shaped bread bun with a beef patty cut in two, a frankfurter placed in between the two halves, topped off with cheese, sauces, tomato and onion Hot wiener – a staple of the food culture of Rhode Island where it is sold at "New York System" restaurants Italian hot dog – a type of hot dog popular in New Jersey, United States A common preparation is frying hot dogs in oil, covering them with potatoes and onions, placing all of this inside of pizza bread.
Ketwurst – a type of hot dog created in the German Democratic Republic, it involves the heating of a special Bockwurst, larger than regular hot dogs, in water. A long roll is pierced by a hot metal cylinder; the sausage is dunked in ketchup and put inside of the roll. Klobasnek – a savory finger food of Czech origin Maxwell Street Polish – a grilled or fried length of Polish sausage topped with grilled onions and yellow mustard and optional pickled whole, green sport peppers, served on a bun; the sandwich traces its origins to Chicago's Maxwell Street market. Michigan hot dog – a steamed hot dog on a steamed bun topped with a meaty sauce referred to as "Michigan sauce". Montreal hot dog – one of several variations of hot dogs served as a fast food staple at restaurants and diners in Montreal and other parts of Quebec Polish Boy – a sausage sandwich native to Cleveland, Ohio, it consists of a link of kielbasa placed in a bun, covered with a layer of french fries, a layer of barbecue sauce or hot sauce, a layer of coleslaw.
Pronto Pup – a style of corn dog popular in the midwest. A sausage coated in a thick layer of Pancake batter on a stick. Ripper – the slang term for a type of hot dog; the name derives from a hot dog, deep fried in oil and having some casings burst, or "rip". Seattle-style hot dog – a hot dog topped with cream cheese, sold from late night or game day food carts in Seattle, Washington Sonoran hot dog – a style of hot dog popular in Tucson and elsewhere in southern Arizona, it originated in Hermosillo, the capital of the Mexican state of Sonora, in the late 1980s, consists of a hot dog, wrapped in bacon and grilled, served on a bolillo-style hot dog bun, topped with pinto beans, tomatoes, a variety of additional condiments including mayonnaise and jalapeño salsa. Texas Tommy – an American hot dog dish in which a hot dog is prepared with bacon and cheese, it was invented in Pennsylvania in the 1950s. Vegetarian hot dog – a hot dog produced from non-meat products White hot – a variation on the hot dog found in the Central New York and Western New York areas.
It is composed of a combination of uncured and unsmoked pork and veal. Hot dogs Hot dog variations – a listing of regional variations on the hot dog. Includes many that lack Wikipedia articles List of hot dog restaurants List of sausage dishes World's longest hot dog Media related to Hot dogs at Wikimedia Commons