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Julius Stettenheim (born 3 December 1831 in Hamburg, d. 30 October 1916 in Lichterfelde) was a German writer, author of humorous sketches, farces and musical comedies, who also wrote under the pseudonym "Wippchen".
- Lisa Trahair (1 June 2008). The Comedy of Philosophy: Sense and Nonsense in Early Cinematic Slapstick. SUNY Press. p. 115. ISBN 978-0-7914-7248-4.
- Works by or about Julius Stettenheim at Internet Archive
- Werner Bergmann, The Jew-Eater. A Response to Wilhelm Marr, in: Key Documents of German-Jewish History, September 22, 2016. doi:10.23691/jgo:article-126.en.v1
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