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Lachmann was born in Stolp, Pomerania in 1865 and was the daughter of a Jewish cantor. She spent her childhood in Stolp and a subsequent seven years in Hürben (Swabia). At the age of 15, she passed exams in Augsburg to become a language teacher. Two years later she became a governess in England.
She met her future husband, Gustav Landauer, in 1899 at Richard Dehmel's house. One of their grandchildren, Mike Nichols, grew up to be a famous American television, stage and film director, writer, and producer. She died in Krumbach, Swabia in 1918.
- Im Bilde 1902
- Collection of Poetry post. 1919
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- Hungarian Poems 1891
- Works from Sándor Petőfi
- Works from Honoré de Balzac