Jeremias Felbinger
Jeremias Felbinger (27 April 1616 – c. 1690) was a German Socinian writer, teacher, and lexicographer.Felbinger was born in Brzeg. He taught in Koszalin, Helmstadt, Bernstadt auf dem Eigen, Greifswal...
Karl Friedrich Becker
Karl Friedrich Becker (1777 – March 15, 1806) was a German educator and historian. His most noted work was World History for Children and Teachers of Children (German: Weltgeschichte für Kinder un...
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Bertha Ronge
Bertha Ronge (born Meyer, 25 April 1818, Hamburg; died 18 April 1863) was an activist in the causes of childhood education, women's education and religious freedom. She established the kindergarten mo...
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Cyprian Kinner
Cyprian Kinner (died 1649) was a Silesian educator and linguist. He has been described as the bridge between the projects of 17th-century Europe concerned with a universal language, and those concerne...
Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann
Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann (1843 in Leipzig – 1909) was a German botanist, physiologist, microbiologist, university professor, and musician whose 1882 experiment measured the effects of different color...
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Friedrich August Eckstein
For the Viennese esotericist, see Friedrich EcksteinFriedrich August Eckstein (6 May 1810 – 15 November 1885) was a German classical philologist and educator born in Halle an der Saale.He stud...
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Heinrich Friedrich Theodor Kohlrausch
Heinrich Friedrich Theodor Kohlrausch (November 5, 1780 – January 30, 1867) was a German educator and historian.He was the father of physicist Rudolf Kohlrausch (1809–1858) and surgeon Otto Kohl...
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Lorenz Kellner
Lorenz Kellner (born at Kalteneber in the district of Eichsfeld, 29 January 1811; died at Trier, 18 August 1892) was a German educator.
He was the son of Heinrich Kellner who had been a pupil of P...
Anton Friedrich Büsching
Anton Friedrich Büsching (27 September 1724 – 28 May 1793) was a German geographer, historian, educator and theologian. His Erdbeschreibung ("Earth description") was the first geographical work of any...
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Adolf Bauser
Adolf Bauser (11 December 1880 in Entringen, Württemberg – 16 November 1948 in Stuttgart) was a German teacher, member of the Reichstag for the Reich Party for Civil Rights and Deflation and de...
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Joseph Waltl
Dr. Joseph Waltl (28 July 1805–4 March 1888) was a German physician and naturalist.Waltl was born in Wasserburg and studied at Landshut and Munich, graduating in medicine in 1819. He then travel...
Adolf Pfister
Adolf Pfister (born at Hechingen in Hohenzollern, 26 September 1810; died at Ober-Dischingen in Württemberg, 29 April 1878) was a German Roman Catholic priest and educator.
He was educated at the ...
Johann Bernhard Basedow
Johann Bernhard Basedow (September 11, 1724, – July 25, 1790) was a German educational reformer, teacher and writer. He founded the Philanthropinum, a short-lived but influential progressive school in...
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Georg Kerschensteiner
Georg Michael Kerschensteiner (July 29, 1854 in München – January 15, 1932 in München) was a German professor and educational theorist. He was director of public schools in Munich from 1895 to 1...
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Marguerite Andersen
Marguerite Andersen Ph.D (born October 15, 1924 in Germany) is a primarily francophone writer and educator who is currently based in Toronto, Canada where she is a teacher at the Toronto Linden Schoo...
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August Hermann Niemeyer
August Hermann Niemeyer (1 September 1754 in Halle (Saale) – 7 July 1828 in Magdeburg) was a German Protestant theologian, teacher, a librettist, a poet, a travel writer, a Protestant church son...
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Carl Strehl
Carl Strehl (July 12, 1886 – August 18, 1971) was a German educator born in Berlin. In December 1907, Strehl lost his eyesight while working in a chemical factory in New York. Later, after retur...
Karl Justus Blochmann
Karl Justus Blochmann (19 February 1786, Reichstädt - 31 May 1855) was a German educator known for being among the first to introduce the "Pestalozzi method" of education into Saxony.From 1805 he stud...
Johann Ernst Plamann
Johann Ernst Plamann (22 June 1771, Repzin – 3 September 1834, Berlin) was a German child educator. He based his work on the ideas of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi and Friedrich Ludwig Ja...
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Ferdinand Keller (painter)
Ferdinand Keller, or von Keller (5 August 1842, Karlsruhe - 8 July 1922, Baden-Baden) was a German genre and history painter.
His father was a civil engineer. In 1857, when he was fifteen, his fat...
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Erich Kretschmann
Erich Justus Kretschmann (July 14, 1887 in Berlin – 1973) was a German physicist.He obtained his D.Phil. at Berlin University in 1914 with his dissertation entitled "Eine Theorie der Schwerkraft im Ra...
Jörg-Peter Weigle
Jörg-Peter Weigle (born 1953, Greifswald, Germany) is a German conductor and music professor. He is the uncle of the conductor Sebastian Weigle and the violist Friedmann Weigle.Weigle received his mu...
Jamal Malik
Jamal Malik (born 1956) is a Pakistani-born German professor of Islamic Studies and chair of Religious Studies — Islamic Studies at the University of Erfurt, Germany.Malik was born in 1956 in Peshawar...
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Falko E. P. Wilms
Falko E. P. Wilms (born in 1961 in Bremen, Germany) is a German economist and social scientist. He is a professor, consultant and coach.
He studied Economics and Social Sciences at the Lüneburg U...
Ernst Melzer
Ernst Melzer (September 21, 1835 - February 1, 1899) was a German educator and philosopher born in the Silesian village of Leifersdorf.He studied philosophy and theology at the University of Bonn, ear...