Wilhelm Meyer-Förster


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(Hanover, 1862–1934, Berlin),

is well known as the author of the great box-office success, Alt-Heidelberg (1903), the dramatization of his own sentimental novel Karl Heinrich (1899). He went blind in 1904.


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