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Julius Sturm (1816–1896)

Sturm, Julius Karl Reinholdt [“Julius Stern”] (störm). A German lyric poet; born at Köstritz in Reuss, July 21, 1816; died there, May 2, 1896. He wrote: ‘Two Roses; or, the Canticle of Love’ (1854); ‘Devout Songs and Poems’ (1858); ‘Israelite Songs’ (3d ed. 1881); ‘Poems of Battle and Victory’ (1870); ‘Mirror of the Time in Fables’ (1872); ‘To the Lord my Song’ (1884); ‘Palm and Crown’ (1887); ‘In Joy and in Sorrow’ (1896).