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OccitaniaOccitaniasearch for term

Also: lo País d'Òc, the Oc Country. The region in southern Europe (the southern half of France, Monaco, small part of Italy and Spain) where Occitan was historically the main language spoken.

See also: Languedoc

Synonyms: Окситания

OelbermannOelbermannsearch for term

Robert Oelbermann (24.4.1896-29.3.1941). Founder of Nerother Bund, perhaps he was the prisoner of Dachau with whom Otto was accused of fraternizing during his time there (circa 1937). Died in Dachau. On the photo at right
Karl Oelbermann (24.4.1896-9.10.1974), otherwise known as 'King Oelb'. Twin brother of Robert Oelbermann. Initiator(?) for Otto Rahn Monument building in Hunsrück (1964), leader of Nerother Bund. On the photo at left

See also: Dachau, Nerother Bund

OrnolacOrnolacsearch for term

Caves near Montsegur where Otto Rahn spent a lot of time searching for the Grail traces.

See also: Lombrives

Synonyms: Орнольяк

Otto SkorzenyOtto Skorzenysearch for term

(12.6.1908 – 5.7.1975) SS-Obersturmbannführer in the Waffen-SS.

Synonyms: Skorzeny, Скорцени