Adolf Ott (writer)

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Adolf Ott , pseudonym Flodatto (born March 10, 1849 in Lindau , † January 12, 1918 in Puchheim ) was a German writer and officer .


Adolf Ott published several works on the military, travel literature and novels.


The novel Vitus Schisler the first Christ of Oberammergau was made into a film by Toni Attenberger in 1921 .



  • The apron maker
  • Wildfire
  • Memento mori!
  • The Garmisch witch
  • The mountain guide
  • Rab Golli, a traveling man. High mountain novel from Mittenwald's heyday
  • Vitus Schisler the first Christ of Oberammergau
  • Two houses / From two houses. Munich novel from the seventies
  • The blame

Military writings

  • Studies on the Stages
  • Course in field service and shooting
  • Company and battalion tactics
  • Stages of Germany, Austria, Italy and France
  • Service at the district commandos
  • With higher staffs, campaign memories
  • our good country strikers

As a flodatto

  • Through Dahome. Serious and cheerful experiences, travel and hunting adventures
  • Alpine magic. Funny and serious stories from the German Alps. The mature youth tells of Flodatto, author of "Durch Dahome"

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