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Bismarck is a German family name. Bismark is an incorrect spelling.
Otto von Bismarck[change | edit source]
The name Bismarck is usually associated with the famous Otto von Bismarck, a German statesman of the 19th century.
Ships[change | edit source]
Battlecruiser class[change | edit source]
- Fürst Bismarck, a Mackensen class battlecruiser of the German navy, still under construction at the time of the 1918 Armistice and never completed.
Battleship[change | edit source]
The Bismarck was a battleship of the German navy during WWII
- The Bismarck Chase
- Sink the Bismarck!, a 1960 movie about the sinking of the Bismarck
- Sink the Bismarck, a 1960 Johnny Horton song inspired by the movie
- Expedition: Bismarck, a 2002 documentary about the battleship Bismarck.
Ocean liners[change | edit source]
Places[change | edit source]
Geography[change | edit source]
- the Bismarck Sea, north of the island of New Guinea
- the Bismarck Archipelago, a part of Papua New Guinea
- Bismarck, North Dakota, the capital of the U.S. state of North Dakota
- Bismarck, Arkansas
- Bismarck, Illinois
- Bismarck, Missouri
- Bismark, Ontario, a hamlet at the junction of Highway 20 and Highway 57
Buildings and Structures[change | edit source]
Other people named Bismarck[change | edit source]
- Herebord von Bismarck, the first verifiable holder of the name (from the 13th century)
- Ludolf August von Bismarck (1683-1750), a Russian General
- Levin Friedrich von Bismarck (1703-1774), a Prussian Attorney General
- August Wilhelm von Bismarck (1750-1783), a Prussian Finance Minister
- Friedrich Alexander Graf von Bismarck-Bohlen (1818-1894), a Prussian General
- Herbert von Bismarck (1849-1904), Secretary of State, son of Otto von Bismarck
- Gottfried von Bismarck (1881-1928)
- Bernhard von Bismarck
- Otto Fürst von Bismarck (1815-1898), a highly influential German politician of the 19th century. Prime Minister of Prussia, and Chancellor of the Second German Reich.
- Gottfried Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen (1901-1949), a Nazi parliamentary representative, grandson of Otto von Bismarck
- Count Gottfried von Bismarck (1962-2007) son of Prince Ferdinand von Bismarck, great-great-grandson of the famous Otto von Bismarck
- Philipp von Bismarck (b. 1913), a German politician of the CDU party
- Prince Ferdinand von Bismarck
- Klaus von Bismarck, 1961-1976, and administrator of a German radio station
- Gunilla von Bismarck (b. 1949), great-granddaughter of Otto von Bismarck, a German philanthropist
- Carl-Eduard von Bismarck (b. 1961), great-great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck, a German politician
- Aurel von Bismarck, a musician and composer
- Stephanie zu Guttenberg, (b. 1976) great-great-granddaughter of Otto von Bismarck.
Things[change | edit source]
Media[change | edit source]
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