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Meyer, Agnes Elizabeth Ernst, 1887-1970 (44)

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Agnes Elizabeth Ernst, journalist, author, and lecturer, was born in New York City. In 1910 she married Eugene Meyer, a financier who purchased The Washington Post in 1933. The Meyers lived in Mount Kisco, New York, and Washington, D.C., where Agnes Meyer was active in government service and social reform.

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Meyer, Ernst Hermann, 1905-1988 (10)

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Epithet: Professor al 'Peter Baker', composer and musicologist

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Meyer, Ernst Wilhelm (2)

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Meyer, Ernst (1)

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Meyer, Ernst Jochen. (1)

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Meyer, Ernst, 1898-1975 (1)

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Meyer, Ernst 1887-1930 (1)

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Meyer, Ernst ˜vonœ 1847-1916 (1)

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Meyer, Ernst, 1887-1930, Chairman of the German Communist Party (1)

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Ernst Meyer (1887-1930), Chairman of the KPD, was born in Prostken, Germany, the son of a train driver. He studied philosophy, history, theology, psychology and economics at Koeningsberg and Berlin universities. From 1912 he worked for the Imperial government in the Kaiserlichen Statistischen in Berlin. In 1908 he became a member of the German Social Democrat Party (Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands). He was also a founder member of the Spartacus League. The League was founded in 1914 b...

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