Emil Hartmann (lecturer)

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Emil Adolf Hartmann (born October 2, 1878 in Magdeburg ; † May 28, 1967 in Heidelberg ) was a German teacher and author .


Emil Hartmann completed his doctorate as Dr. phil. on the subject of the temporal conjunctions in French . In 1932 he was senior director of studies and headed the United Klinger and Eagle Fly School in Frankfurt am Main. A year later the school was renamed the Adolf Hitler School. The catalog of the German National Library lists 16 publications by Hartmann.

Publications (excerpt)

  • The temporal conjunctions in French , university script, dissertation, Göttingen 1903
  • History of the Frankfurt suburb Rödelheim, Englert & Schlosser, Frankfurt a. M. 1921
  • History of the Klinger secondary school in Frankfurt am Main (1932)
  • He who allies himself with youth remains young, Diesterweg, Frankfurt 1934
  • Kindermund, cheerful and contemplative, collected by Emil Hartmann , Jedermann-Verlag, Heidelberg 1947
  • We praise you, Heidelberg , Brausdruck, Heidelberg 1968
  • Do we want to laugh a little more, Papi? : Pract. Education, Hartmann, Küsnacht 1964

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Klingerschule - History. Retrieved January 25, 2019 .
  2. ^ Catalog of the German National Library. Retrieved January 25, 2019 .