|Born||16 March 1868
Early publishing career
In 1896 he bought a printing house, co-founded by Mazurska Partia Ludowa. His print shop's main press release was "Gazeta Ludowa" ("People's Gazette") with a circulation of 2,000 copies, where he was the editor. As newspapers had political implications, Bahrke was threatened with the punishment of imprisonment and in 1898 he left and immigrated permanently to the United States.
- Blanke, Richard (2001). Polish-speaking Germans?: Language and National Identity Among the Masurians Since 1871. Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar. p. 67. ISBN 978-3-412-12000-9. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
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