Adelbert Mühlschlegel

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Adelbert Mühlschlegel (June 16, 1897 – July 29, 1980)[1] was a prominent German Bahá'í from a Protestant family. He became a Bahá'í in 1920, translated Bahá'í literature and served as a member of the National Spiritual Assembly of Germany.

He was appointed a Hand of the Cause by Shoghi Effendi in February 1952, individuals who have been considered to have achieved a distinguished rank in service to the religion. He was the first of three believers who decisively influenced the German Bahá'ís.[2] after which he travelled to visit the Bahá'ís in many countries. He died in Athens, Greece.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rabbani, R. (Ed.) (1992). The Ministry of the Custodians 1957-1963. Bahá'í World Centre. p. xxiii. ISBN 0-85398-350-X.
  2. ^ Universal House of Justice (1986). In Memoriam. The Bahá'í World. XVIII. Bahá'í World Centre. pp. 700–704, 800–802, 825. ISBN 0-85398-234-1.

References[edit]

  • Harper, Barron (1997). Lights of Fortitude (Paperback ed.). Oxford, UK: George Ronald. ISBN 0-85398-413-1.

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