Karl Brunnemann - Gvilelmi + 2 Schriftstücke - 1890/1879

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Karl Brunnemann - Gvilelmi + 2 Schriftstücke - 1890/1879
Curio & ephemera - Quantity: 3 - Signed - Ephemera

Doctorate in Philosophy.

Karl Otto Martin Brunnemann (* 17. 10. 1823 - 26. 9. 1896) was a German teacher and historian.

Brunnemann was born the son of a pastor. He attended the Joachimsthal grammar school and studied philology and history at Berlin University from 1842 to 1846. He received his doctorate there in 1846 with the dissertation "Commentatio De Auctoribus Scholiorum Vaticanorum Ad Euripidis Troades". In 1847 Brunnemann became a grammar school teacher in Stettin. As a participant in the March Revolution of 1848, he advocated radical democratic positions and fled to Switzerland in 1849.
There he was first a teacher in a school in Bern and later in Geneva. Von 1850 bis 1855 leitete Brunnemann die neue Kantonsschule in Murten und war Professor an der Kantonsschule in Frauenfeld. In 1862, after an amnesty, he was able to return to Prussia, where he was appointed headmaster of the Realgymnasium in Elbing in 1869. He remained true to his democratic views and was a staunch opponent of Otto von Bismarck, whom he also attacked sharply and polemically in his publications.

While still in Switzerland, he published two historical works on Thurgau as well as a work on the insurgents Jean Daniel Abraham Davel, Samuel Henzi and Pierre-Nicolas Chenaux. In his "Wanderungen eines deutschen Schulmeisters" of 1874, he devoted numerous pages to Switzerland. He published several works for teaching French in German schools, including a dictionary.

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Lot details
Object
Ephemera
Number of Books
3
Subject
Curio & ephemera
Author/ Illustrator
Karl Brunnemann
Book Title
Gvilelmi + 2 Schriftstücke
Condition
Fine
Publication year oldest item
1890
Publication year youngest item
1879
Edition
1st Edition
Language
Latin
Original language
Yes
Binding/ Material
Single page
Extras
Signed
Number of pages
1
Dimensions
46×62 cm
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