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Circus Carl Busch in Germany

Circus Carl Busch
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Their two versions of this circus history:

1891: Circus Carl Busch was founded by Carl Busch Sr in Nuremberg.

1953: Carl Stelzenm├╝ller, a former Bavarian policeman, changed his name to Busch, claiming his mother told him on her deathbed that he was the illegitimate son of Jakob Busch. He then founded Carl Busch circus.
1980s: Circus director Alfred Scholl bought the name Carl Busch from Carl Stelzenm├╝ller-Busch.

After Karl Scholl died, Alfons Wille (1941-2009) bought the circus name.

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