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|Wilhelm Ackermann||Wilhelm Friedrich Ackermann (March 29, 1896, Herscheid municipality, Germany ? December 24, 1962 L?denscheid, Germany) was a German mathematician best known for the Ackermann function, an important example in the theory of computation.|
|Rosemarie Ackermann||Rosemarie Ackermann (born 4 April 1952) is a former East German high jumper.|
|Ernst Christian Wilhelm Ackermann||Ernst Christian Wilhelm Ackermann (14 June 1761, Weimar ? 4 October 1835, Jena) was a German public servant and writer.|
|Jacob Fidelis Ackermann||Jacob Fidelis Ackermann (23 April 1765 ? 28 October 1815) was a German professor of anatomy and surgery.|
|Johann Christian Gottlieb Ackermann||Johann Christian Gottlieb Ackermann (17 February 1756, Zeulenroda - 9 March 1801) was a German doctor.|
|Konrad Ernst Ackermann||Konrad Ernst Ackermann (February 1, 1710 ? 13 November 1771) was a German actor.|
|Sophie Charlotte Ackermann||Sophie Charlotte Ackermann ("n?e" Bierreichel'") (10 May 1714 ? 14 October 1792) was a German actress from Berlin.|
|Dorothea Ackermann||Dorothea Ackermann (February 12, 1752 ? October 21, 1821) was a German actor and the oldest daughter of Konrad Ackermann.|
|Anton Ackermann||Anton Ackermann (real name: Eugen Hanisch, 25 December 1905 Thalheim, Saxony - 4 May 1973 East Berlin) was an East German politician.|
|Josef Ackermann||Josef Ackermann (born February 7, 1948) is a Swiss banker and CEO of Deutsche Bank.|
|Louise-Victorine Ackermann||Louise-Victorine Ackermann ("n?e" Choquet) (30 November 1813 ? 2 August 1890) was a French poet.|
|Lourens Ackermann||Lourens "(Laurie)" Wepener Hugo Ackermann (b 14 January 1934) is one of the four judges appointed to the Constitutional Court of South Africa.|
|Kirk von Ackermann||Kirk von Ackermann was an American contractor.|
|Jens Ackermann||Jens Ackermann (born July 2, 1975 in Magdeburg) is a German politician and member of the FDP.|
|Stephanus Ackermann||Stephanus Ackermann (born December 26, 1985) is a Namibian cricketer.|
|Liliane Ackermann||Liliane Aim?e Ackermann (n?e Weil) (1938 ? 2007) was a French Jewish Community pioneer, leader, writer, and lecturer.|
|Otto Ackermann||Otto Ackermann (18 October 1909, Bucharest9 March 1960, Wabern (Berne)) was a Romanian conductor who made his career mainly in Switzerland.|