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Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich, 1825-1895

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Personal name headingUlrichs, Karl Heinrich, 1825-1895
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Variant(s)Numantius, Numa, 1825-1895
Ulrichs, Carl Heinrich, 1825-1895
Ulrichs, Carl Heinrich, d. 1894
Other standard no.0000000081422432
Associated placeMunich (Germany)
Birth date1825-08-28
Death date1895-07-14
Place of birthHannover (Germany : Province)
Place of deathItaly
Field of activityGay rights Civil rights workers Human rights workers Gender identity Sodomy--Law and legislation--Germany
AffiliationAssociation of German Jurists
Profession or occupationLawyers
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Found inKennedy, H.C. Ulrichs, 1988: t.p. (Karl Heinrich Ulrichs) p. 13, etc. (b. 8/28/1825; d. 7/14/1895)
nuc89-34207: His Raging sword, 1978 (hdg. on WU rept.: Ulrichs, Carl Heinrich, 1825-1895; usage: Karl Heinrich Ulrichs)
LC data base, 3/6/90 (hdgs.: Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich, 1825-1895; Ulrichs, Carl Heinrich, d. 1894; usage: Karl Heinrich Ulrichs; Carl Heinrich Ulrichs)
The riddle of "man-manly love", 1994: t.p. (Karl Heinrich Ulrichs) p. 23 (also wrote under pseudonym Numa Numantius)
New York times, July 6, 2020: page D8, in an obituary within the "Overlooked" series (Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, born Aug. 28. 1825 in Aurich, in the kingdom of Hanover in northwestern Germany, died July 14, 1895 in Italy, aged 69; speaking more than 100 years before the 1969 New York City Stonewall riots at an 1867 meeting of the Association of German Jurists in Munich, Ulrichs argued for the repeal of sodomy laws that criminalized sex between men in several of the German-speaking kingdoms and duchies that existed before the creation of a unified German state; published a series of pamphlets from 1864 to 1879 that helped forge the concepts of gay people as a distinct group and of sexual identity as an innate human characteristic)