Carl Heinrich Hertwig (10 January 1798 in Ohlau – 19 July 1881 in Berlin) was a German veterinarian. Beginning in 1817 he studied medicine at the Royal Surgical Institute in Breslau, and afterwards studied veterinary medicine at schools in Vienna and Munich. Following an educational trip that took him through Germany, Switzerland, France, England and the Netherlands, he worked as a repetitor at the Thierarzneischule (veterinary school) in Berlin (from 1823). In 1826 he received his doctorate, and later on, was appointed a senior instructor (1829) and professor (1833) at the Thierarzneischule in Berlin. In 1845 he conducted research of rinderpest in Bohemia and southern Russia.

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  • Carl Heinrich Hertwig (* 10. Januar 1798 in Ohlau; † 19. Juli 1881 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Tierarzt und Hochschullehrer. (de)
  • Carl Heinrich Hertwig (10 January 1798 in Ohlau – 19 July 1881 in Berlin) was a German veterinarian. Beginning in 1817 he studied medicine at the Royal Surgical Institute in Breslau, and afterwards studied veterinary medicine at schools in Vienna and Munich. Following an educational trip that took him through Germany, Switzerland, France, England and the Netherlands, he worked as a repetitor at the Thierarzneischule (veterinary school) in Berlin (from 1823). In 1826 he received his doctorate, and later on, was appointed a senior instructor (1829) and professor (1833) at the Thierarzneischule in Berlin. In 1845 he conducted research of rinderpest in Bohemia and southern Russia. With Ernst Friedrich Gurlt, he was editor of the Magazin für die gesamte Tierheilkunde ("Magazine for the entirety of veterinary medicine", 1835–1874). (en)
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  • Carl Heinrich Hertwig (* 10. Januar 1798 in Ohlau; † 19. Juli 1881 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Tierarzt und Hochschullehrer. (de)
  • Carl Heinrich Hertwig (10 January 1798 in Ohlau – 19 July 1881 in Berlin) was a German veterinarian. Beginning in 1817 he studied medicine at the Royal Surgical Institute in Breslau, and afterwards studied veterinary medicine at schools in Vienna and Munich. Following an educational trip that took him through Germany, Switzerland, France, England and the Netherlands, he worked as a repetitor at the Thierarzneischule (veterinary school) in Berlin (from 1823). In 1826 he received his doctorate, and later on, was appointed a senior instructor (1829) and professor (1833) at the Thierarzneischule in Berlin. In 1845 he conducted research of rinderpest in Bohemia and southern Russia. (en)
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