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|Died||27 January 1843 (aged 81)|
|Occupation||Landowner and wine producer|
|Known for||Inventor of Communicationssprache|
In his letter of 20 February 1840, titled "General Call to the Compassionate Humanity", Schipfer describes the suffering of the French inhabitants near the rivers Rhône and Saône and also provides a brochure on his "General Communication or World language (in German: Allgemeine Communications- oder Weltsprache)". Other brochures dealt with grammar and teaching materials for adults and children from 12 to 14 years of age.
In the same letter he wrote a description of how the live burial could be avoided and also made a proposal for general charity and that the profits from sales of his Communicationssprache materials be donated to the above-mentioned French populated areas. He died on 27 January 1843 in Niederwalluf.
- Michel, Norbert (1993). "Joseph Schipfer - Träumer oder Humanist?". Beiträge zur Wallufer Ortsgeschichte (in German). 1. Retrieved 3 June 2016.
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