Hugo Thielen

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Hugo Thielen (fourth from left at the table) at the book presentation Jewish personalities in Hanover's history 2013 in the Historical Museum on the Hohen Ufer

Hugo Thielen (born June 11, 1946 in Eschweiler ) is a freelance publisher's editor. From 1966 he studied German, philosophy and education in Bonn; Degree: Master of Arts (MA) and state examination. Since 1973 in Hanover, full-time and part-time editor / lecturer for various publishers (Schroedel Schulbuchverlag, Hanover, until 1981; Verlag Th Schäfer, Hanover, until 1995; also for Postskriptum Verlag, Hanover; Hirschgraben Verlag, Frankfurt / M .; the Zu Klampen Verlag, Lüneburg / Springe, as well as for the Lutherische Verlagshaus, Hanover). From 1983 to 1995 he was a freelance music critic for the Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung (HAZ).

He is co-author (alongside Helmut Knocke) of the Art and Culture Lexicon Hannover , published in 1994, 4th edition 2007 by Zu Klampen Verlag, Springe. He is also co-editor, author and designer of the Hanoverian Biographical Dictionary (2002) and the city of Hannover lexicon .


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