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Hermann Theodor Wangemann (1818–1894)

Wangemann, Hermann Theodor (väng’e-män). A German traveler; born at Wilsnack in Brandenburg, March 27, 1818; died there, June 18, 1894. He was for several years a director of Lutheran missions. He wrote: ‘Short History of Evangelical Hymnology’ (1855); ‘A Year’s Travel in South Africa’ (1869); ‘Pictures of Life in South Africa’ (1871); ‘South Africa and its Inhabitants’ (1881); ‘History of the Berlin Missionary Society in South Africa’ (1886); ‘W. Posselt, the Kaffir Missionary’ (1888); ‘The Present Lutheran Church in its Relation to the Una Sancta’ (7 vols., 1883–84); ‘The Church Politics of William III.’ (1884).