Bartling, Eduard

INDUSTRIALIST, PUBLISHER (GERMANY)
BORN 19 Jun 1845, Lenhausen (now part of Finnentrop, Nordrhein-Westfalen) - DIED 3 Aug 1927, Wiesbaden
GRAVE LOCATION Wiesbaden, Hessen: Nordfriedhof, Platter Strasse

Eduard Bartling was a designer of industrial machines and the owner of mines and factories. He settled in Wiesbaden in the 1890s and in that city he built a villa and he published the newspaper Wiesbadener Generalanzeiger.

He was a member of the national liberal party and supported Otto von Bismarck's politics. From 1903 onwards he was several times a member of the Reichstag for his party.

His monument at the Nordfriedhof in Wiesbaden was created by Ernst Herter when Bartling was still alive. He was buried there after his death in 1927.

Sources
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eduard_Bartling

Images

The grave of Eduard Bartling at the Nordfriedhof, Wiesbaden.
Picture by Androom (01 May 2013)

 


Bartók, Béla

Published: 22 Jan 2017
Last update: 22 Jan 2017