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Agathe Lasch (born 4 July 1879, in Berlin; died 18 August 1942, in Riga) was a German philologist. She was the first female professor of German studies in Germany, and the first female professor at the University of Hamburg. She founded the historical study of the Middle Low German language. As a Jew, Lasch was murdered during the Holocaust.

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  • Agathe Lasch (born 4 July 1879, in Berlin; died 18 August 1942, in Riga) was a German philologist. She was the first female professor of German studies in Germany, and the first female professor at the University of Hamburg. She founded the historical study of the Middle Low German language. As a Jew, Lasch was murdered during the Holocaust.
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