Authority and Upheaval in Leipzig, 1910-1920: The Story of a Relationship

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appendix 3
INDEX OF LEIPZIG NOTABLES AND THEIR CLUB AFFILIATIONS
DURING THE LATE IMPERIAL PERIOD

NOTE: I LEFT untranslated names of clubs whose meaning will be obvious to anglophone readers.

Ackerman, Alfred: Extremely rich publisher in late Kaiserreich; member of Samariterverein and Kunstverein.

Augustin-Franke, Paul: Factory owner; royal commercial councillor; member of Samariterverein and Kolonialgesellschaft.

Bauer, W.: Businessman; member of executive committee of Alldeutscher Verband; member of General Gymnastics Club of Leipzig.

Begemann, Wilhelm: School director; prominent member of Free Mason Balduin Lodge.

Biagosch, Heinrich: Owner of Krause Metal and Machine-Making, Inc., one of largest firms of its kind in central Germany; member of General Gymnastics Club of Leipzig and Kolonialgesellschaft.

Bieler, Eugen: Company director; member of executive committee of Union of Saxon Industrialists, Leipzig chapter.

Bleichert, Hermann: Engineer and owner of Bleichert and Co., one of largest machine-making firms in central Germany; member of Samariterverein, Kolonialgesellschaft, and Kunstverein.

Brandenburg, Erich Professor (1868–1946): Head of Leipzig chapter of National-Liberal Party as of 1910; wife was member of Kunstverein.

Brause, Prof. Adolf von: Director of a Realschule; royal councillor on education; knight of the Second Class; leader of local National-Liberals; member of General

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