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Baron Otto Heinrich von Gemmingen (1755–1836)

Gemmingen, Baron Otto Heinrich von (gem’ing-en). A German dramatist; born in Heilbronn, Nov. 5, 1755; died at Heidelberg, March 15, 1836. His best-known works are: ‘The German Family Man,’ a play in metre, founded upon Diderot’s ‘Father of a Family’; and a brilliant adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘Richard II.’ He wrote a number of minor plays, most of them metrical.