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2], p. 187): “Historically recorded, ... the little Weber came from G¨ ottingen as an extraordinarily authorized person to conclude the matter. ” In a very short time, Rebecka rented a ﬂat in G¨ ottingen, Gotmarstraße 1, part of a large house which still exists, and the Dirichlet family moved with their two younger children, Ernst and Flora, to G¨ ottingen. 2], p. 189). One year later, the Dirichlet family bought the house in M¨ uhlenstraße 1, which still exists and bears a memorial tablet. A. Varnhagen von Ense (1785–1858), a friend of the Dirichlets’, who visited them in G¨ ottingen.
14th ed. : Ein Lebensbild aus Deutschlands Lehrjahren. Berlin: B. : Gesammelte Werke, vol. 6. (K. : Gesammelte Werke, vol. 7. (K. J. ): Extraits de lettres de M. Ch. Hermite ` a M. Jacobi sur diﬀ´ erents objets de la th´ eorie des nombres. J. Reine Angew. Math. G. Lejeune Dirichlet zu seinem 175. Geburtstag. Mitt. Math. Ges. DDR, H. : Gustav Peter Lejeune Dirichlet. In: Mathematics in Berlin, ed. W. Begehr et al. on behalf of the Berliner Mathematische Gesellschaft. Berlin–Basel–Boston: Birkh¨ auser, 1998, pp.
Riemann, at that time a student in Berlin, stood guard in front of the Royal Castle of Berlin. Dirichlet with an old riﬂe guarded the palace of the Prince of Prussia, a brother to the King, who had ﬂed (in fear of the guillotine); he later succeeded the King, when the latter’s mental disease worsened, and ultimately became the German Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1871. 2], p. 219). The Dirichlet family not only had a liberal way of thinking, they also acted accordingly. In 1850 Rebecka Dirichlet helped the revolutionary Carl Schurz, who had come incognito, to free the revolutionary G.
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