Category:Curt Abel-Musgrave

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English: Curt Abel-Musgrave (April 4, 1860 – November 3, 1938), born as Curt Emil Josua Abel, was a German-US-American chemist, physician, pedagogue, journalist, author, publicist and translator, who lived in Germany, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States. He published political and sociocritical books, newspaper articles and essays, theater dramas and comedies, fairy tales and poems as well as utopistic anti-war novels. Parts of his works were published in German, English, Dutch, and Hebrew. He translated works of Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling and others into German. He was the son of philologist Carl Abel (1837–1906) and the father of internationally renowned economist Richard Abel Musgrave (1910–2007).


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Date of birth4 April 1860
Berlin
Date of death3 November 1938
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Curt Abel-Musgrave (sl); Curt Abel-Musgrave (de); Curt Abel-Musgrave (nl); Curt Abel-Musgrave (en); Curt Abel-Musgrave (fr); Curt Abel-Musgrave (es); Curt Abel-Musgrave (ast) deutsch-US-amerikanischer Chemiker, Mediziner, Pädagoge und Autor (de); scheikundige (nl) Curt Emil Josua Abel (de)

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