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Marx (disambiguation)

Marx may refer to:

People:

  • Karl Marx, founder of Marxism
  • Karl Marx (composer), German composer
  • Karl Marx (medical missionary), German doctor
  • Karl Friedrich Heinrich Marx, German physician and lecturer
  • Marx Brothers, American comedy act successful in multiple media
  • Marx (surname), more people named Marx

Locations:

  • Chemnitz, a German city named Karl-Marx-Stadt from 1953 to 1990
  • Karl-Marx-Allee, a monumental boulevard in Berlin
  • Karl-Marx-Hof, a large residential building in Vienna, Austria
  • Karl Marx Theatre (Teatro Karl Marx), a large entertainment complex in Havana, Cuba
  • Karl Marx House or Karl-Marx-Haus, Museum, the house in Trier in which Karl Marx was born
  • Marx-Engels-Forum, a public park in Berlin
  • Marx Memorial Library, in London
  • St. Marx cemetery, in Landstraße, Vienna
  • University of Leipzig, named Karl-Marx-University from 1953 to 1991
  • Marx is a village near Wilhelmshaven, Germany
  • Marks, Russia, a town in Russia (also spelled Marx)

Other things:

  • 2807 Karl Marx, a small main-belt asteroid
  • Louis Marx and Company, an American toy manufacturing company
  • Order of Karl Marx, an order in the German Democratic Republic
  • Marx, the final boss in the video game Milky Way Wishes on Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra.
  • Marx generator, an electrical circuit which produces high-voltage pulses
Marx (surname)

Marx is a German surname Notable people with the surname include:

In politics:

  • Karl Marx, 19th-century philosopher
    • Eleanor Marx, politically active daughter of Karl Marx
    • Laura Marx, daughter of Karl Marx and wife of Paul Lafargue
  • Wilhelm Marx, German politician and Chancellor
  • Marx Dormoy, French socialist
  • Charles Marx, Luxembourgian doctor, political militant and minister
  • Daniel Marx, Argentine economist, former Secretary of Finance of Argentina

In television and film:

  • Marx Brothers, a team of American sibling comedians that appeared in vaudeville, stage plays, film and television
    • The brothers:
      • Chico Marx (1887–1961), also a musician
      • Harpo Marx (1888–1964), also a musician
      • Groucho Marx (1890–1977)
      • Gummo Marx (1892–1977)
      • Zeppo Marx (1901–1979)
    • Other family members:
      • Barbara Marx (born 1927), wife of Zeppo Marx who later became the final wife of Frank Sinatra
      • Minnie Marx (1864/5–1929), the mother and manager for the Marx Brothers and the sister of Al Shean
      • Sam Marx (1859–1933), the father of the Marx Brothers
  • Carey Marx, British comedian
  • Christy Marx, TV series writer
  • Frederick Marx, film producer, editor, writer and director
  • Paul Marx (screenwriter), British television screenwriter
  • Samuel Marx, MGM story editor, film producer, and author

In music:

  • Adolf Bernhard Marx (1799-1866), musicologue
  • Gary Marx, rock musician
  • Jeff Marx, American composer of musicals
  • Joseph Marx, Austrian composer
  • Karl Marx (composer), German composer
  • Richard Marx, American pop singer

In business:

  • Louis Marx, American toy maker and businessman

In sports:

  • Franz Marx, Austrian wrestler
  • Greg Marx, American football player
  • Jack Marx (bridge), British bridge player
  • Michael Marx, American fencer
  • Thorben Marx, German footballer
  • Travis Marx, American mixed martial artist

In other media:

  • Bernard Marx, one of the main characters in the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
  • Carlo Marx, character in the novel On the Road by Jack Kerouac
  • Skidd McMarxx, minor character in the game Ratchet and Clank, whose name is primarily a play on words (he plays a sport similar to Slalom snowboarding)

In other fields:

  • Adolph Marx (bishop), American Roman Catholic bishop
  • Anthony Marx, President of Amherst College
  • Erwin Otto Marx, German engineer and inventor
  • Friedrich Marx, German classical philologist
  • Friedrich Marx, Austrian poet and officer
  • Gary T. Marx, sociologist
  • Hellmuth Marx, Austrian sculptor
  • Jack Marx, Australian journalist and author
  • Leo Marx, professor at MIT
  • Robert F. Marx, American underwater archaeologist
  • Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian landscape designer
  • Reinhard Marx, Archbishop of Munich