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Illustrated history of German literature from the earliest times to the present

With significant historic biographies and pictures of Martin Opitz, Klopstock, Lessing, Goethe, Schiller, Emile Zola, von Hofmannsthal, Arthur Schnitzler, Nietzsche, Tolstoy, Thomas Mann and many others. Published in Regensburg 1926-1932 Anselm of Salzer.



Biographical Encyclopedia of the Austrian Empire

In enormous hard work here 60 Volumes of Biographical Lexicon digitized and made available. Posted by Dr. Constantin Wurzbach and appeared in the period 1856-1891. They contain the life sketches of memorable, noteworthy personalities, since the 1750 either born in the Austrian crown lands or have lived and worked. In the individual volumes are many genealogical tables contain, Each volume is divided by first letter, published by the yard- and Vienna State Printing.



Various biographical works

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General Writer- and scholar-Lexiconder provinces of Livonia, Esthonia and Courland, Johann Friedrich v. Distance and Charles Edward Napiersky, Mitau 1827 (A – F) General Writer- and scholar-Lexicon of the provinces of Livonia, Esthonia and Courland, Johann Friedrich v. Distance and Charles Edward Napiersky, Mitau 1829 (G – K ) General Writer- and scholar-Lexicon of the provinces of Livonia, Esthonia and Courland, Johann Friedrich v. Distance and Charles Edward Napiersky, Mitau 1831 (The – R) General Writer- and scholar-Lexicon of the provinces of Livonia, Esthonia and Courland, Johann Friedrich[...]



Colloid scientist Raphael Liesegang

Raphael Eduard Liesegang was the son of the later factory owner Paul Eduard Liesegang (1838 – 1896) born. The father had studied in Jena Physics, where he Ernst Abbe (1840 – 1905) met. So he came in close contact with the look and with the construction of projectors began.

After graduation, he went into the of his father Wilhelm Eduard Liesegang 1854 photograpische founded an art studio. The grandfather of Raphael Liesegang enlarged his studio and also unveiled her cameras and delivered to the albumin-made paper. After the death of his grandfather, the business was 1871 enlarged and moved to Dusseldorf. Thus Raphael came with two years with his four siblings to Dusseldorf and was here 1876 enrolled in school.