Antique, terrestrial globe with Moon, made by prof dr arthur krause for Spain. 1920s-1930s

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Antique, terrestrial globe with Moon, made by prof dr arthur krause for Spain. 1920s-1930s

Marked below “ Nuevo Globo Terrestre para escuelas diámetro de 12 cm “

escala 1:106 000 000

The globe is made of wood with a bronze base

Size 12 cm diameter x 28 cm long

Arthur Julius Krause (born January 29, 1882 in Leipzig; † October 30, 1972) was a German high school teacher. He taught mathematics and physics in Leipzig.

Krause attended a middle school in Leipzig and entered the sixth grade of the municipal secondary school in Michaelmas 1892. At Easter 1901 he passed his school leaving examination. He studied mathematics, physics and astronomy at the University of Leipzig. When the rector changed on October 31, 1904, he was awarded first prize in the philosophical faculty for a paper in the field of geometric optics. On May 29, 1905 he passed the state examination for higher teaching. With a doctoral thesis on collective measurement theory, he received his doctorate on July 24, 1905. phil. doctorate. One of the two experts was Heinrich Bruns. For the probationary year he was assigned to the municipal Nikolaischule in Leipzig by ministerial decree of June 15, 1905. He also worked as an assistant at the Royal Court from New Year's Day 1905 to February 28, 1907. Leipzig University Observatory. There he worked on a comet named after Theodor Brorsen. On April 16, 1906, he was employed as a temporary teacher at the Nikolaigymnasium. In 1936 he was a teacher at the Nikolaigymnasium. According to the Leipzig address book from 1936, he lived as “Dr. phil., Prof., Studienrat” at Reitzenhainer Str. 189.

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