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Max Büdinger (1828–1902)

Büdinger, Max (bü’ding-er). A German historian; born in Cassel, April 1, 1828; died on Feb. 22, 1902. He exerted great influence among the universities; the most admired of his books being on ‘Austrian History’ (1858; the work coming down to the mediæval period only), and ‘King Richard III., of England.’