Herbert Franke (sinologist)
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|Born||September 27, 1914|
|Died||June 10, 2011(aged 96)|
After the end of WWII, Herbert Franke, along with Wolfgang Bauer, was instrumental in establishing the Sinological Section in the University of Munich. Later, he succeeded Erich Haenisch as the head of the Sinology Department at that university.
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