Stoltze, Friedrich

POET, JOURNALIST, SATIRIST (GERMANY)
BORN 24 Nov 1816, Frankfurt am Main - DIED 28 Mar 1891, Frankfurt am Main
GRAVE LOCATION Frankfurt am Main, Hessen: Hauptfriedhof (Gewann J 306)

Son of keeper of the inn "Zum Rebstock", a meeting point for liberals. His sister Anette was involved in the Wachsensturm of 1833 and was imprisoned. He was influenced by the liberal ideas of Ludwig Börne.

He contributed satirical pieces to the newspaper "Latern". In 1866 charges were pressed against him and he had to flee from Frankfurt. After living in Switzerland and Stuttgart he was able to return to Frankfurt in 1871. Until his death in 1891 he continued his work for the "Latern". In Frankfurt am Main there's a Stolze museum.

Related persons
• was influenced by Börne, Ludwig

Sources
Friedrich Stoltze – Wikipedia

Images

The grave of Friedrich Stoltze at the Hauptfriedhof, Frankfurt.
Picture by Androom (28 feb 2000)

 


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Published: 15 Feb 2009
Last update: 17 May 2013