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|Born||17 April 1881
|Died||3 May 1932 (aged 51)
The Wildganshof, a residential development in the 3rd District of Vienna, is named after him.
- Armut ("Poverty"), drama, 1914
- Liebe ("Love"), drama, 1916
- Dies Iræ, drama, 1918
- Sämtliche Werke ("Complete Works"), 1948. Historical-critical edition in 8 volumes edited by Lilly Wildgans with the collaboration of Otto Rommel. Vienna/Salzburg: Gemeinschaftsverlag Bellaria/Pustet, 1948
- "Nomination Database". www.nobelprize.org. Retrieved 2017-04-19.
- Max Adler (Editor) "Festschrift for Wilhelm Jerusalem to his 60th Birthday" including essays of Max Adler, Rudolf Eisler, Sigmund Feilbogen, Rudolf Goldscheid, Stefan Hock, Helen Keller, Josef Kraus, Anton Lampa, Ernst Mach, Rosa Mayreder, Julius Ofner, Josef Popper, Otto Simon, Christine Touaillon and Anton Wildgans (1915).
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