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Onno Klopp (1822–1903)

Klopp, Onno (klōp). A German historian; born in Leer, 1822; died in 1903. He was a teacher in the gymnasium at Osnabrück, and later a close friend of George V. of Hanover. A strong anti-Prussian tendency is noticeable in a series of historical productions, such as a ‘History of East Friesland’ (1854–58); ‘King Frederick of Prussia and the German Nation’ (2d ed. 1867); ‘Tilly in the Thirty Years’ War’ (1861); ‘The Fall of the House of Stuart’ (14 vols., 1875–87); ‘The Thirty Years’ War to the Death of Gustavus Adolphus’ (1891).