Robert Paschke

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Robert Paschke

Robert Paschke (born October 3, 1905 in Bamberg , † May 28, 1985 in Emskirchen ) was a German doctor and student historian.


Paschke, son of the grammar school professor and vice principal of the humanistic grammar school in Erlangen, Johann Paschke, attended the elementary school in Regensburg, the Albertus Magnus grammar school in Regensburg and the grammar school Fridericianum Erlangen . From 1924 he studied chemistry , later medicine and dentistry at the Friedrich Alexander University . In 1925 he was in the Corps Bavaria Erlangen recipiert . In 1930 he passed the medical state examination. In 1931 he was awarded a Dr. med. PhD. In 1934 he settled in Emskirchen as a general practitioner and obstetrician . In 1946 Paschke founded the Neustadt-Scheinfeld Medical District Association, which he headed until 1972. From 1954 to 1974 he was a delegate at the Bavarian Medical Congress.

Student historian

In addition to his professional activity, Paschke dealt with student history from an early age . In 1930 he became a member of the historical commission of the Kösener Seniors Convents Association . In 1953 he organized the first German student historians conference after the Second World War. He was instrumental in the constitution of the working group of student historians. Until 1979 he was responsible for organizing the conferences himself. In 1955, Paschke was with Erich Bauer and Werner Matthäus founders of the Association for Corporate Student History Research and was its chairman until 1975. In 1969 he also took over the editing of the yearbook Einst und Jetzt from Bauer . From 1960 to 1984 he edited the twice-yearly student history specials of the magazine Convent . His student history lexicon , published in 1999 by Friedhelm Golücke from the estate, became a standard work. Paschke's student history is located in the Kösener archive in the Institute for University Studies at the Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg (inventory N 11).

Writer doctor

He also wrote poems and a play . In the Bavarian Aerzteblatt he served from 1970 heading Aeskulap and Pegasus . In 1969 he was a co-founder of the Bavarian state group of writers' doctors, for which he also worked as a press officer. The Federal Association of German Doctors of Writers made him an honorary member.



  • with Werner Matthäus: Annalen des Corps Bavaria zu Erlangen 1848–1868 . 1929.
  • Memories of Erlanger Bavaria from the years 1840–1860 (1939).
  • The corporations in the judgment of the National Socialist leadership and press . In: Der Convent 6 (1955), pp. 49-53.
  • The Influence of Classical Idealism on the First Corps . In: Friedrich Hielscher : Festschrift for the Kösener Congress from May 16 to 19, 1956 in Würzburg , Würzburg 1956, pp. 6-16.
  • The Corps Plavia Leipzig . Once and Now, Yearbook of the Association for Corps Student History Research, special volume 1960, pp. 41–46.
  • Paul Bertololy Rhenaniae Heidelberg. Corps student, poet and doctor . In: Einst und Jetzt , Vol. 16 (1971), pp. 160-176.
  • Corps Hansea Bonn 1838–1844 / 45 . In: Einst und Jetzt , Vol. 23 (1978), pp. 335-336.
  • Student history lexicon . Association for German Student History, SH-Verlag 1999, ISBN 3-89498-072-9 .


  • Friedhelm Golücke (Ed.): Author's lexicon for student and university history. A bio-bibliographical directory . SH-Verlag, Cologne 2004, ISBN 3-89498-130-X ( Treatises on Student and Higher Education 13), pp. 256-259.
  • Then and now 1976 (Paschke special).

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Kösener Corpslisten 1960, 20/553
  2. Dissertation: The flat hip socket and its recognition .