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Conrad von Bolanden (1828–1911)

Bolanden, Conrad von (bō’län-den), pseudonym of Joseph Eduard Konrad Bischoff. A German novelist; born at Niedergailbach, Aug. 9, 1828; died in 1911. A Catholic theologian, and high in favor at the papal court, his fictions, all brilliant in style and conception, attack the Protestant standpoint from all directions;—‘A Wedding Trip’; ‘Queen Bertha’; ‘Barbarossa’; ‘The Free-Thinkers’; and ‘Historical Tales of Frederick II. and his Times,’ being noteworthy examples.