Christian Theophil Schuch

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Christian Theophil Schuch (born August 5, 1803 in Sinsheim , † March 25, 1857 in Donaueschingen ) was a German high school teacher .


Christian Theophil Schuch began studying philology at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg in 1824 , which he completed with the state examination in 1827. He then worked as a private teacher in Sinsheim and founded a private institute in Ladenburg in 1830, which he headed for two years. In 1832 Schuch got his first job as a full teacher at a pedagogy in Tauberbischofsheim , where he worked until 1838. He was then transferred to the grammar school in Bruchsal . From 1848 until his death he was employed as a professor at the grammar school in Donaueschingen . As a teacher, Schuch taught modern languages, history and natural sciences. From 1830 onwards, Schuch published numerous articles in a wide variety of specialist areas.

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  1. ^ A b Richard Hoche:  Schuch, Christian Theophil . In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Volume 32, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1891, p. 640 f.
  2. a b August Thorbecke: Christian Theophil Schuch . In: Friedrich von Weech (ed.): Badische Biographieen . tape 2 , 1875, p. 286 f .