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Wilhelm Müller (1820–1892)

Müller, Wilhelm (mül’ler). A German historian; born at Giengen, Würtemberg, Dec. 2, 1820; died near Ravensburg, Feb. 7, 1892. He was professor in the gymnasium at Tübingen in 1863. He wrote: ‘Guide for Instruction in History’ (14th ed. 1890); ‘Political History of the Present’ (annual, 1867–92); ‘Illustrated History of the Franco-Prussian War’ (1873); ‘Historical Women’ (2d ed. 1882); ‘Emperor William’ (4th ed. 1880); ‘Count Moltke’ (3d ed. 1889); ‘Prince Bismarck’ (3d ed. 1890); ‘Emperor Frederick’ (1888); ‘Political History of the Most Recent Times,’ 1876–90 (4th ed. 1890); etc.