Jahn

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Jahn (Jähn) is a German surname. Notable people with this surname include the following:

  • David Jahn (b. 1975), Czech burlesque impresario
  • Erich Jahn (1907– ?), Hitler Youth leader
  • Friedrich Ludwig Jahn (1778 – 1852), German educator
  • Gunnar Jahn (1883 – 1971), Norwegian politician and resistance member
  • Gunter Jahn (1910 – 1992), German U-boat commander
  • Helmut Jahn (born 1940), German-American architect
  • Hermann Arthur Jahn (1907 – 1979), British scientist
  • Jan Jahn (1739 – 1802), Czech painter and art historian
  • Jeff Jahn (born 1970), American artist and critic
  • Johann Jahn (1750 – 1816), German Orientalist
  • Kurt Jahn (1892 – 1966), German general
  • Marie-Luise Jahn (1918-2010), German physician
  • Martin Jahn (born 1970), Czech economist and politician
  • Joseph Michael Jahn (born 1943), American author and critic
  • Oliver Jahn, German film director, screenwriter, producer and actor
  • Otto Jahn (1813 – 1869), German archaeologist, philologist, and writer on art and music
  • Robert G. Jahn (born 1930), American scientist, electrical engineer, and psychic investigator
  • Ryan David Jahn (born 1979), American novelist and screenwriter
  • Sigmund Jähn (born 1937), German astronaut
  • Thomas Jahn (born 1965), German film and television director
  • Wilhelm Jahn (1835 – 1900), Austro-Hungarian orchestral conductor
  • Wilhelm Jahn (athlete) (1889 – 1973), German athlete, leader of the Wandervogel youth movement, folksong composer, publisher, World War II army officer