Hans Ehrenbaum-Degele

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Hans Ehrenbaum-Degele (July 24, 1889 – July 28, 1915) was a German writer.

He was born in Berlin, Germany, as a son of a wealthy Jewish banker. He was a friend of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau and was a musician and wrote over 100 various pieces. He fought on the Russian front during the First World War, and was killed in action at Narev, Russia, in 1915.

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