Bergner is a surname and may refer to:

* Christoph Bergner (born 1948), German politician
* Elisabeth Bergner (1897 – 1986), actress
* Jeffrey Bergner
* Yosl Bergner (born 1920), Israeli painter

ee also

* Bergner's, is a major department store

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  • Bergner — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bruno Bergner (1923–1995), deutscher Maler und Gebrauchsgraphiker Christoph Bergner (* 1948), deutscher Politiker (CDU) Dirk Bergner (* 1965), deutscher Politiker (FDP) Edwin Bergner (1903–1980), deutscher …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bergner's — P.A. Bergner Co. Type Subsidiary Industry Retail Founded 1890 in Peoria, Illinois …   Wikipedia

  • Bergner — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Christoph Bergner, un homme politique allemand (1948 ). Elisabeth Bergner, une actrice de théâtre et de cinéma (1897 1986). Catégorie : Homonymie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bergner — Bẹrgner,   1) Christoph, Politiker, * Zwickau 24. 11. 1948; Agraringenieur; seit 1971 Mitglied der CDU (Ost), im Herbst 1989 Mitbegünder des örtlichen Neuen Forums in Halle (Saale); seit Oktober 1990 Mitglied des Landtags (CDU), von Dezember… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bergner — Herkunftsname zu dem häufigen Ortsnamen Bergen …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • BERGNER YOSSL — (Yosef; 1920– ), Israeli painter. Born in Vienna, the son of the singer Fania Bergner and the Yiddish poet melech ravitch . Bergner immigrated to Australia in 1937 and studied at the art school of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. He …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BERGNER, ELISABETH — (1897–1986), actress. Born as Ella Ettel in the Galician town of Drohobycz (today Ukrainian Drogobyc), she came in her youth to Vienna, where she studied. She acted there and in Berlin for Victor Barnowsky, Max Reinhardt, and her future husband,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BERGNER, HERZ — (1907–1970), Yiddish novelist. The younger brother of melech ravitch , Bergner grew up in Radimno, Galicia. After a short stay in Warsaw, he immigrated to Melbourne in 1938. From 1928 he published short stories in leading Yiddish periodicals in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bergner, Elisabeth — ▪ Austrian actress born Aug. 22, 1900, Vienna died May 12, 1986, London  Austrian actress who was noted for her stage and motion picture performances as well as for her fragile beauty.       Bergner began her career in Zurich in 1919 but reached… …   Universalium

  • Bergner, Elisabeth — (Elisabeth Ettel Czinner, 1897 1986)    Actress. Bergner became one of the most sought after actresses in the Weimar Republic, and when she was forced to leave Germany in 1933 she established herself as a film actress in Great Britain and the… …   Historical dictionary of German Theatre

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