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Hans Wachenhusen (1823–1898)

Wachenhusen, Hans (väċh’en-hö-sen). A German miscellaneous writer; born at Treves, Jan. 1, 1823; died at Marburg, March 23, 1898. He wrote: ‘The New Paris’ (1855); ‘Pictures of Travel in Spain’ (1857); ‘Journal of the Austro-Italian War’ (1859); ‘Crescent and Double Eagle’ (1860); ‘Rome and Sahara,’ a novel (3d ed. 1867); ‘Paris Photographs’ (1868); ‘The Poor Egyptian Man’ (1871). Among his stories are: ‘The Heart’s Golgotha’; ‘Only a Woman’; ‘A Woman’s Guilt.’