Langer, Frantisek

(1888-1965)
   Czech writer. He served as head of the Czechoslovak Army Medical Corps, and was a playwright. His plays include Outskirt and The Camel through the Needle's Eye.

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  • LANGER, FRANTIŠEK — (1888–1965), Czech playwright, novelist, and physician. Langer was born in Prague. His first play, Svatý Václav ( St. Wenceslas, 1912), was staged by the Prague National Theater before he was 23. An officer in the Austrian army in World War I,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Langer, František — ▪ Czech writer born March 3, 1888, Prague, Bohemia, Austria Hungary [now in Czech Republic] died Aug. 2, 1965, Prague, Czech.       physician and writer, one of the outstanding Czech dramatists of the interwar period.       Langer studied… …   Universalium

  • Langer, František — (1888–1965)    Czech writer. Langer was head of the Czechoslovak Army Medical Corps, and became internationally known as a playwright. Max Reinhardt staged two of his plays, Outskirts (1925) and The Camel through the Needle’s Eye (1929; Czech… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Frantisek Langer — František Langer (* 3. März 1888 in Prag; † 2. August 1965 ebenda) war ein tschechischer Schriftsteller und Militärarzt, Dramaturg, Essayist, Literaturkritiker und Publizist. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Werke 3 Person …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • František Langer — František Langer, ca 1928 Büste Frant …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • František — ist ein männlicher Vorname. Herkunft und Bedeutung Der Name ist die tschechische beziehungsweise slowakische Form von Franz. Bekannte Namensträger (Auswahl) Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Frantisek Matous Klacel — František Matouš Klácel (Pseudonym František Třebovský, im Ausland Ladimír Klácel, Matouš František Klácel; * 7. April 1808 in Česká Třebová; † 17. März 1882 in Belle Plaine, USA), war tschechischer Dichter, Journalist und Philosoph, Vertreter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • František Třebovský — František Matouš Klácel (Pseudonym František Třebovský, im Ausland Ladimír Klácel, Matouš František Klácel; * 7. April 1808 in Česká Třebová; † 17. März 1882 in Belle Plaine, USA), war tschechischer Dichter, Journalist und Philosoph, Vertreter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • František Langer — (3 March 1888 ndash; 2 August 1965), was a Czech playwright, military physician, script writer, essayist, literary critic and publicist. He was born and died in Prague. Life Langer, as a physician, served in Czechoslovak Legions in Russia during… …   Wikipedia

  • František Matouš Klácel — František Klácel (Jan Vilímek 1882) František Matouš Klácel (Pseudonym František Třebovský, im Ausland Ladimír Klácel, Matouš František Klácel; * 7. April 1808 in Česká Třebová; † 17. März 1882 in Belle Plaine, Iowa), war ein tschechischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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