Eduard His-Eberle

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Eduard His-Eberle (born December 16, 1886 in Basel ; † September 16, 1948 there , reformed , resident in Basel) was a Swiss lawyer and local historian.

Eduard His-Eberle, son of the banker Eduard His and Margaretha Elisabeth born Schlumberger, studied law and received his doctorate in 1909 at the University of Basel Dr. iur. In 1910 he became secretary of the Basel Department of Justice. After his habilitation in 1915, he was a private lecturer for constitutional and administrative law at the University of Basel, until he was appointed associate professor there in 1921 and in the same year accepted the position of full professor for public law and legal philosophy at the University of Zurich . In 1927 he stopped teaching and then worked primarily as a private scholar. 1921–1948 he was editor of the “Zeitschrift für Schweizerisches Recht”. He also authored numerous legal, legal history and historical books and articles.

Fonts (selection)

  • History of modern Swiss constitutional law, Helbing & Lichtenhahn, 4 vols., Basel 1920–1938 (new edition: Frankfurt aM, Sauer & Auvermann, 1968)
  • 19th century Basel merchants , Benno Schwabe & Co. Verlag, Basel 1929.
  • 19th century Basel scholars. Benno Schwabe & Co., Basel 1941.
  • The guild to the key. The historical development of the guild. Directory of guild masters since 1358: masters, superiors and guild brothers, Zunft zum Schlpssel, 1942
  • Chronicle of the Basel family Ochs, called His, Benno Schwabe & Co, Basel 1944
  • Lucerne constitutional history of modern times (1798–1940), Lucerne n.d. [1944] (= Lucerne History and Culture 3/2)


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