Felix Auerbach (Q102104)

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German Jewish physicist and art collector (1856-1933), suicide
  • Dr. F. Auerbach
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Felix Auerbach
German Jewish physicist and art collector (1856-1933), suicide
  • Dr. F. Auerbach

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Felix Auerbach (German)
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A childless Jewish couple, the Auerbachs belonged to the highly cultivated intellectual milieu of Jena, a university town in Thuringia, Germany. Auerbach was a physicist from Breslau (now Wrocław, Poland). In 1889 he was appointed associate professor of theoretical physics at the University of Jena. Owing to objections to his Jewish descent, it was not until 1923 that Auerbach was advanced to full professor, a position he should have been granted many years earlier given his stature as a scientist. Anna Auerbach was politically active as an advocate of women’s rights for Jena’s branch of the International Women’s League for Peace and Freedom.‍[6] (English)
Felix Auerbach (physicist)
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