Otto Ehrenfried Ehlers

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Otto E. Ehlers, from Jahrbuch der Berliner Morgenzeitung, Kalender 1897

Otto Ehrenfried Ehlers (January 31, 1855 – October 3, 1895) was a German traveller who is known for his account of a long trip through inland Southeast Asia, documented in his 1894 book Im Sattel durch Indochina, and recently republished by White Lotus Press of Thailand in English as a three-part series entitled On Horseback Through Indochina.[1]


He was born on the January 31, 1855 in Hamburg. He died on the October 3, 1895 in Kaiser-Wilhelmsland, part of German New Guinea.


  1. ^ Ehlers, Otto E. (2002). On Horseback through Indochina - Volume 2: Burma, North Thailand, the Shan States and Yunnan. White Lotus Press. ISBN 974-7534-74-6.