- Dame Myra. 1890–1965, English pianist
- (Walther Richard) Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1894–1987, German Nazi leader. He made a secret flight to Scotland (1941) to negotiate peace with Britain but was held as a prisoner of war; later sentenced to life imprisonment at the Nuremberg trials (1946); committed suicide
- Victor Francis. 1883–1964, US physicist, born in Austria: pioneered the investigation of cosmic rays: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1936)
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- BiographicalDame Myra, 1890–1965, English pianist.
- BiographicalVictor Francis, 1883–1964, U.S. physicist, born in Austria: Nobel prize 1936.
- BiographicalWalter Rudolf, 1881–1973, Swiss physiologist: Nobel prize for medicine 1949.