Franz Friedrich Wilhelm von Fürstenberg

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Franz Friedrich Wilhelm von Fürstenberg.

Franz Friedrich Wilhelm von Fürstenberg (7 August 1729 in Schloss Herdringen – 16 September 1810 in Münster) was a German statesman and educator of the 18th century.

He planned a reform of the educational institutions in the Diocese of Münster. In 1773 founded the University of Münster.

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Ott, M. (1909). Franz Friedrich Wilhelm von Fürstenberg. In The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Retrieved October 19, 2008 from New Advent: [1]

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