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GROSSMANN, LUDWIG – Austrian mathematician and political economist; born at Leitomischl, Bohemia, March 14, 1854. As a boy he showed unusual aptitude for physics and mathematics; and he continued his studies in these branches at the University of...
GROTIUS, HUGO (HUIG VAN GROOT) – Dutch Christian diplomat, theologian, and scholar; born at Delft, Holland, April 10, 1583; died at Rostock, Germany, Aug. 28, 1645. In the religious combat between the Gomarists and Arminians Grotius was a follower of Arminius....
GRUBER, JOSEPH – Austrian physician; born at Kosolup, Bohemia, Aug. 4, 1827; died at Vienna March 31, 1900. He graduated (M.D.) from the University of Vienna in 1855. In 1860 he settled in Vienna as a specialist in aural diseases, and became...
GRUBY, DAVID – French physician; born at Neusatz (Ujvidék), Hungary, Oct. 10, 1810; died in Paris Nov. 16, 1898. He studied medicine at the University of Vienna, and graduated in 1834. Although at that time a Jew was rarely permitted to hold a...
GRÜN, MAURICE – Russian painter; born at Reval, Russia, in 1870. He studied art at Munich and Geneva, and in 1890 went to Paris. There he became a pupil of Jules Lefèbre and Benjamin Constant, receiving the Academy medal and several honorable...
GRÜNWALD-ZERKOWITZ, SIDONIE – Austrian authoress; born in Tobitschau, Moravia, Feb. 17, 1852. Her early education she received from her father, a physician. With her parents she removed successively to Holleschau, Vienna, and Budapest. She is well versed in...
GUETERBOCK, KARL EDUARD – German jurist; born at Königsberg, East Prussia, April 18, 1830. He studied history, later law, at the universities of Königsberg, Bonn, Munich, and Berlin, graduating in 1851. He was admitted to the bar in 1859, and became a...
GUHRAUER, GOTTSCHALK EDUARD – German philologist and writer; born at Bojanowo, Prussian Poland, 1809; died at Breslau Jan. 5, 1854. He studied philology and philosophy at Breslau and Berlin; and in 1837 passed his examination and became a teacher at the...
GÜTERBOCK, LUDWIG – German physician; born at Berlin Oct. 23, 1814(University of Berlin, M.D. 1837); died there Feb. 28, 1895. He settled in his native city, and practised there until his death.Güterbock wrote several essays for the medical...
GÜTERBOCK, PAUL – German surgeon; born at Berlin June 2, 1844; died there Oct. 17, 1897. He was educated at the universities of Würzburg and Berlin, graduating (M.D.) in 1865. After postgraduate courses in Vienna, Paris, London, and Edinburgh, he...
GUTTMANN, PAUL – German physician and medical author; born at Ratibor, Prussian Silesia, Sept. 9, 1833; died in Berlin May 24, 1893. He received his education at the gymnasium of his native town and at the universities of Berlin, Vienna, and...
GUTTMANN, SAMUEL – German gynecologist and medical writer; born at Ostrowo, Prussia, 1839; died at Berlin Dec. 22, 1893. After completing his course at the gymnasium he entered the University of Berlin, graduating thence as doctor of medicine in...
GUTZMANN, HERMANN – German physician; born at Bütow, in Pomerania, Jan. 29, 1865. He received the degree of doctor of medicine fromthe University of Berlin in 1887, and since 1889 has practised as a specialist in diseases of the vocal...
HALÉVY, LUDOVIC – French dramatist; born in Paris Jan. 1, 1834; a son of Léon Halévy and a nephew of Jacques François Fromenthal Halévy. He was educated at the Lycéc Louis le Grand in Paris; after graduating he entered the service of the...
HALPERINE-KAMINSKY, ELY – Russian writer; born at Vassilkof April 9, 1858. After having completed his studies at the University of Odessa he went (1880) to Paris, where he has since resided. The French secretaries of state and of commerce have on several...
HARBURGER, HEINRICH – German jurist; born at Bayreuth, Bavaria, Oct. 2, 1851. He received his education at the gymnasium of his native town and at the University of Munich, whence he was graduated as doctor of law. After being admitted to the bar he...
HARDEN, MAXIMILIAN – German author; born at Berlin Oct. 20, 1861. Educated in the German capital, where he still resides, he became well known through his political and social articles in the "Nation," "Frankfurter Zeitung," and especially in the...
HART – Several families of this name, of Anglo-Jewish origin, settled early in the English possessions in America, including Canada.Isaac Hart: One of the earliest Jewish residents of Newport, R. I. He settled there as early as 1750,...
HARTMANN, MORITZ – Austrian poet; born at Przibram, Bohemia, Oct., 1821; died at Oberdöbling, near Vienna, May 13, 1872. He was educated at the gymnasiums at Jung-Bunzlau and Prague, and at the universities of Prague and Vienna. After traveling in...
HATSEK, IGNAZ – Hungarian chartographer and engraver; born April 7, 1828, at Olmütz. He was educated in the public and the Jewish schools of his native town. During 1848 and 1849 he was lieutenant of the Honvéd artillery, and in 1851 became...
HAUSSMANN, DAVID – German physician; born at Ratibor, Silesia, July 22, 1839; died at Berlin May 26, 1903. He received his education in the Jewish school and in the gymnasium of his native town, and also at the universities of Breslau and Berlin....
HEILBRON, DAVID – Dutch physician; born at The Hague July 4, 1762; died at Amsterdam 1847. He was educated at the University of Leyden, graduating (M.D.) in 1784. From 1785 to 1800 he practised in his native city. In the latter year he removed to...
HEINE, MAXIMILIAN – German physician; youngest brother of Heinrich Heine; born at Düsseldorf (1805 according to Embden; Strodtmann gives 1807); died at Berlin Nov. 6, 1879. He was educated at the gymnasia of Düsseldorf and Lüneburg and at the...
HEINEMANN, HEINRICH – German actor; born at Bischofsburg, East Prussia, Sept. 15, 1842. After graduating from the Friedrich-Wilhelm gymnasium, Berlin, he went on the stage, making his début in Breslau in 1864. After a short stay at Flensburg he acted...
HEITLER, MORITZ – Austrian physician; born at Korompa, Hungary, March 21, 1847. He was educated at the gymnasia at Hódmezö-Vásárhely and Szegedin, and at the University of Vienna (M.D. 1871). From 1871 to 1876 he was assistant physician at the...