Heinrich Rosenthal

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Heinrich Rosenthal (7 July [O.S. 25 June] 1846 – 10 May 1916) was an Estonian nationalist leader, doctor and author.

Rosenthal was born in Tartu. He was a founder of the Estonian Students' Society in 1870 while a student at the University of Tartu.[1] He wrote the book Kulturbestrebungen des estnischen Volkes während eines Menschenalters(1869-1900) (The cultural aspirations of the Estonian people during one generation (1869-1900)) (Reval: Cordes & Schenk, 1912).[2] He died in Tallinn, aged 69.

Bibliography[edit]

  • "Eesti rahva kultuuripüüdlused ühe inimpõlve vältel: mälestusi aastatest 1869-1900", tõlkinud Krista Räni ; saatesõna ja kommentaarid kirjutanud Mart Laar], Tartu, 2004.
  • "Kulturbestrebungen des estnischen Volkes während eines Menschenalters (1869-1900)", Tallinn, 1912.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loit, Aleksander (1985). National Movements in the Baltic Countries During the 19th Century. University of Stockholm. p. 320. ISBN 978-91-22-00776-0. 
  2. ^ "Üks erakordne leid (A rare find)". Eesti Elu (Estonia Life). Retrieved 2009-02-15.