Karl Emmerich-Eiben

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Karl Heinrich Christian Emmerich-Eiben (* 1853 ; † 1917 ) was a German theosophical writer in Radebeul, Saxony .

His works for the publishing house HG Münchmeyer of the Dresden publisher Heinrich Gotthold Münchmeyer appeared under the pseudonym Victor Strahl . He wrote a self-review of the drama Das Lebenswunder in the Radebeuler Tageblatt in 1905 under the pseudonym Ernst Roland .


  • Condemned to death innocent.
  • In the shadow of death.
  • The stepmother's victim.
  • Käthchen Schneider. The manufacturer's mistress or a real woman from the people.
  • The bride.
  • Who is the culprit?
  • German loyalty and German love '.
  • In the last hour.
  • By a million.
  • Around a pair of eyes.
  • Hypnotized.
  • Secrets of a Princely House.

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Individual evidence

  1. according to the address book Dresden with suburbs, 1910, part VI. Radebeul, p. 422 : Sidonienstraße 8.