Fritz Arnheim

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Fritz Arnheim (29 March 1866 – 19 June 1922) was a German historian, traveler, and lecturer.

Arnheim was born in Berlin, Brandenburg, and educated at the universities of Berlin and Halle. He made prolonged tours through Sweden, Belgium, and Norway (1900–12), and subsequently lectured on those countries. He became editor of MitteÌlungen an der HistorÌschen LÍtteratur (1915) and co-editor of Schwedische Blätter (1920). Arnheim wrote numerous works on historical subjects, literature, etc., amongst them:

  • Der Hof Friedrichs des Grossen (1912)
  • Schweden (1917)
  • ArteÌlung Skandinairscher Staaten in der Illustrierten Weltgeschichte (1920)