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L. L. Politzer L. L. Politzer i(A19322 works by) (a.k.a. Ludwig Louis Politzer)
Born: Established: 1885 Munich,
Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 7 May 1954 Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
Heritage: German
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Ludwig Politzer was the editor of the Centenary Journal 1934-35, and compiled bibliographies of European writing on the subject of Australia. He also translated the works of German authors into English, including the letters of the explorer Dr. Ludwig Leichhardt. He was an associate and correspondent of many Australian literary figures including Nettie Palmer and Norman Lindsay.

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National Library of Australia (ACT)
State Library of NSW (NSW)
State Library of Victoria (VIC)
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