Ernst Moritz
[ernst moh-rits] /ɛrnst ˈmoʊ rɪts/ (Show IPA), 1769–1860, German poet and historian.
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Some six decades later, when Arndt’s famous question “Was ist das deutsche Vaterland?”
Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913 Evelyn Baring

The hint of this ballad is found in Arndt’s Murchen, Berlin, 1816.
The Works of Whittier, Volume I (of VII) John Greenleaf Whittier

A personal friend and spiritual son of Arndt, John Gerhard, followed closely in his footsteps.
History of Rationalism Embracing a Survey of the Present State of Protestant Theology John F. Hurst

Arndt burst into tears, and told his friend of all that had happened that night.
Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know Various

And Arndt knew not that while they surrounded him with delights it was only to make him forget his errand.
Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know Various

No; but it was a sight more glorious than Arndt had ever dreamed of.
Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know Various

Arndt was entangled, as a “demagogue,” in a criminal case, and lost his appointment.
Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature – 6. Young Germany Georg Brandes

Arndt sleeps in gorgeous clothes, while Reutha toils in rags.
Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know Various

Napoleon tracked the lyric poet out; Arndt fled to Sweden; but continued to write for the cause.
Blood and Iron John Hubert Greusel

This is one of Arndt’s soul-stirring, patriotic hymns, published in 1806.
Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia L. Mhlbach,


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