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ENGLÄNDER, SIGMUND – Austrian writer; born at Vienna; died at Turin Nov. 30, 1902. After graduating from the University of Vienna he devoted himself to literary work. He was an intimate friend of the poet Friedrich Hebbel. In 1847 he edited at...
GANS, SOLOMON PHILIP – German jurist; born 1788; lived at Celle, Hanover. He was the author of: "Das Erbrecht des Napoleonischen, Gesetzbuches für Westphalen," Hanover, 1810; "Ueber die Verarmung der Städte und-des Landmannes," Brunswick, 1831;...
KAUFMANN, ISIDOR – Hungarian painter; born March 22, 1853, at Arad. He was originally destined for a commercial career, and could fulfil his wish to become a painter only later in life. In 1875 he went to the "Landes-Zeichenschule" in Budapest,...
KÖHNE, KARL – German jurist and economist; born at Danzig March 21, 1863. Since 1902 he has been privat-docent in commercial and technical law at the technical high school at Charlottenburg, near Berlin. He is the author of:
LOEWENTHAL, EDUARD – German writer and editor; born March 12, 1836, at Ernsbach, Württemberg; educated at the high school at Stuttgart and at the University of Tübingen, where he studied jurisprudence and philosophy (Ph. D. 1859). He founded at...
TANNENBAUM, ABNER – Yiddish and Hebrew journalist; born at Schirwind, East Prussia, March 1, 1848. He studied in Kamenetz-Podolsk and in the Kisbinef Lyceum, and was awarded a diploma by the Imperial University of Odessa for his historical and...