Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 November 1834 – 17 April 1913) was a Jewish-German-British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Hamburg, he moved to Liverpool in 1849 to live with his uncle, Gustav Christian Schwabe. After serving his apprenticeship in Manchester, Wolff was employed as a draughtsman in Hyde, Greater Manchester, before being employed by the shipbuilder Edward Harland in Belfast as his personal assistant. In 1861, Wolff became a partner at Harland's firm, forming Harland and Wolff. Outside shipbuilding, Wolff served as a Belfast Harbour Commissioner. He also founded the Belfast Ropeworks, served as Member of Parliament for Belfast East for 18 years and as a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party and Irish and Ulster Unionist parties.

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  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 novembre 1834 - 17 avril 1913) est un constructeur de navires et politicien britannique. Né à Hambourg, il déménage à Liverpool en 1849 pour vivre avec son oncle Gustav Christian Schwabe. Après avoir fait un apprentissage à Manchester, Wolff est employé comme dessinateur à Hyde dans le Grand Manchester, avant d'être employé par le constructeur Edward Harland comme assistant personnel. En 1861, les deux hommes s'associent et fondent les chantiers Harland & Wolff. En plus de la construction de navires, Wolff sert comme commissaire du port de Belfast. Il fonde également la Belfast Ropeworks et sert comme membre du Parlement de Belfast est pendant 18 ans pour le Parti Conservateur et Unioniste, puis pour le Parti de l'Union entre l'Irlande et l'Ulster. (fr)
  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 November 1834 – 17 April 1913) was a Jewish-German-British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Hamburg, he moved to Liverpool in 1849 to live with his uncle, Gustav Christian Schwabe. After serving his apprenticeship in Manchester, Wolff was employed as a draughtsman in Hyde, Greater Manchester, before being employed by the shipbuilder Edward Harland in Belfast as his personal assistant. In 1861, Wolff became a partner at Harland's firm, forming Harland and Wolff. Outside shipbuilding, Wolff served as a Belfast Harbour Commissioner. He also founded the Belfast Ropeworks, served as Member of Parliament for Belfast East for 18 years and as a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party and Irish and Ulster Unionist parties. (en)
  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 de novembro de 1834 – 17 de abril de 1913) foi um construtor de navios e político teuto-britânico, cofundador da Harland and Wolff. (pt)
  • Густав Вильгельм Вульфф (англ. Gustav Wilhelm Wolff; 14 ноября 1834 — 17 апреля 1913) — британский судостроитель и политик. Работал чертёжником в Хайде, графство Большой Манчестер, прежде чем поступил на службу к судостроителю Эдварду Харланду. В 1861 году стал его партнёром. На протяжении 18 лет был членом Парламента от Консервативной партии. (ru)
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  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 November 1834 – 17 April 1913) was a Jewish-German-British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Hamburg, he moved to Liverpool in 1849 to live with his uncle, Gustav Christian Schwabe. After serving his apprenticeship in Manchester, Wolff was employed as a draughtsman in Hyde, Greater Manchester, before being employed by the shipbuilder Edward Harland in Belfast as his personal assistant. In 1861, Wolff became a partner at Harland's firm, forming Harland and Wolff. Outside shipbuilding, Wolff served as a Belfast Harbour Commissioner. He also founded the Belfast Ropeworks, served as Member of Parliament for Belfast East for 18 years and as a member of the Conservative and Unionist Party and Irish and Ulster Unionist parties. (en)
  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 de novembro de 1834 – 17 de abril de 1913) foi um construtor de navios e político teuto-britânico, cofundador da Harland and Wolff. (pt)
  • Густав Вильгельм Вульфф (англ. Gustav Wilhelm Wolff; 14 ноября 1834 — 17 апреля 1913) — британский судостроитель и политик. Работал чертёжником в Хайде, графство Большой Манчестер, прежде чем поступил на службу к судостроителю Эдварду Харланду. В 1861 году стал его партнёром. На протяжении 18 лет был членом Парламента от Консервативной партии. (ru)
  • Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (14 novembre 1834 - 17 avril 1913) est un constructeur de navires et politicien britannique. Né à Hambourg, il déménage à Liverpool en 1849 pour vivre avec son oncle Gustav Christian Schwabe. Après avoir fait un apprentissage à Manchester, Wolff est employé comme dessinateur à Hyde dans le Grand Manchester, avant d'être employé par le constructeur Edward Harland comme assistant personnel. (fr)
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