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Jan Welzl (15 August 1868, Zábřeh, Moravia, Austria-Hungary – 19 September 1948 Dawson City, Yukon, Canada) was a Czech traveller, adventurer, hunter, gold-digger, Eskimo chief and Chief Justice on island New Siberia and later story-teller and writer. He is known under the pseudonym Eskymo Welzl or the nickname Arctic Bismarck. The asteroid 15425 Welzl, discovered on 24 September 1998, is named after him.

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  • Jan Welzl, genannt Eskimo Welzl resp. Arctic Bismarck (* 15. August 1868 in Hohenstadt a. d. March, Mähren; † 19. September 1948 in Dawson, Kanada) war ein tschechischer Abenteurer, Weltreisender, Autor, Erfinder und Eskimohäuptling.
  • Jan Eskymo Welzl (ur. 15 sierpnia 1868 w Zábřehu, zm. 19 września 1948 w Dawson City) – czeski podróżnik i gawędziarz. Jego opowieści zainspirowały kilku czeskich pisarzy i twórców postaci Járy Cimrmana. Kontrowersje wywołały jego opisy pobytu na wyspie Nowa Syberia, skrytykowane np. przez Vilhjalmura Stefanssona.
  • Jan Welzl (15 August 1868, Zábřeh, Moravia, Austria-Hungary – 19 September 1948 Dawson City, Yukon, Canada) was a Czech traveller, adventurer, hunter, gold-digger, Eskimo chief and Chief Justice on island New Siberia and later story-teller and writer. He is known under the pseudonym Eskymo Welzl or the nickname Arctic Bismarck. The asteroid 15425 Welzl, discovered on 24 September 1998, is named after him.
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  • Jan Welzl, genannt Eskimo Welzl resp. Arctic Bismarck (* 15. August 1868 in Hohenstadt a. d. March, Mähren; † 19. September 1948 in Dawson, Kanada) war ein tschechischer Abenteurer, Weltreisender, Autor, Erfinder und Eskimohäuptling.
  • Jan Welzl (15 August 1868, Zábřeh, Moravia, Austria-Hungary – 19 September 1948 Dawson City, Yukon, Canada) was a Czech traveller, adventurer, hunter, gold-digger, Eskimo chief and Chief Justice on island New Siberia and later story-teller and writer. He is known under the pseudonym Eskymo Welzl or the nickname Arctic Bismarck. Rudolf Těsnohlídek began to write down his adventures on the basis of conversations with him. Pavel Eisner continued this but did not finish and later Bedřich Golombek and Edvard Valenta completed the work. The book Třicet let na zlatém severu ("Thirty Years in the Golden North") had great success in Czechoslovakia and also abroad, where people suspected that "Eskymo Welzl" did not exist and that the real author was Karel Čapek who wrote the preface to foreign editions. The asteroid 15425 Welzl, discovered on 24 September 1998, is named after him.
  • Jan Eskymo Welzl (ur. 15 sierpnia 1868 w Zábřehu, zm. 19 września 1948 w Dawson City) – czeski podróżnik i gawędziarz. Jego opowieści zainspirowały kilku czeskich pisarzy i twórców postaci Járy Cimrmana. Kontrowersje wywołały jego opisy pobytu na wyspie Nowa Syberia, skrytykowane np. przez Vilhjalmura Stefanssona.
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