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Name  Julius Springer

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Died  April 17, 1877, Berlin, Germany
Organizations founded  Springer Science+Business Media

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Julius Springer (10 May 1817 – 17 April 1877) was a Jewish German publisher.

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In 1842 Springer founded the retail bookshop Springer in Berlin at the address Breite Strasse 20 (now No. 11), which later, as the scientific publisher Springer-Verlag, passed to his sons Ferdinand and Fritz and today is one of the largest and most prominent academic publishers in the world. In 1848 he took part in the side of the insurgents in action against the authorities. Springer was from 1867 to 1873 president of the Booksellers Association of the German booksellers. From 1869 until his death, Springer was a member of the Berlin city assembly. In addition, he was one of the pioneers of the national and international copyright law.

Plaque

The text of the plaque at Breite Straße 11 in Berlin-Mitte reads:

Julius Springer 1817 - 1877 Verlagsbuchhändler, gründete an dieser Stelle am 10. Mai 1842 den Springer Verlag, heute einer der größten Wissenschaftsverlage der Welt.

(Julius Springer, 1817–1877, publisher, founded here on the 10th of May 1842 Springer-Verlag, today one of the biggest scientific publishing houses in the world.)

References

Julius Springer Wikipedia


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