Ludwig Keller

Ludwig Keller Ludwig Keller (28 May 1849, in Fritzlar – 9 March 1915, in Berlin) was a German archivist and historian, known for his writings on the Reformation, Anabaptism and Freemasonry.

From 1868 he studied at the universities of Leipzig and Marburg, and in 1874 became an archivist at the state archives in Marburg. Shortly afterwards, he relocated to the state archives in Münster, where from 1881 to 1895 he served as director. From 1895 onward, he worked at the classified state archives in Berlin.

He was the founder and chairman of the ''Comenius-Gesellschaft zur Pflege der Wissenschaft und der Volksbildung'' (Comenius Society for the Advancement of Science and Popular Education). He was the author of numerous biographies in the ''Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie''. Provided by Wikipedia
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