Henriette Goldschmidt (1825-1920) was a German Jewish feminist, pedagogist and social worker. She was one of the founders of the German Women's Association (German: Allgemeiner Deutscher Frauenverein) and worked to improve women's rights to access education and employment. As part of that effort, she founded the Society for Family Education and for People's Welfare (German: Verein fuer Familienerziehung und Volkswohl) and the first school offering higher education to women in Germany.

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  • Henriette Goldschmidt, geb. Henriette Benas (* 23. November 1825 in Krotoszyn, Posen; † 30. Januar 1920 in Leipzig), war eine deutsche Frauenrechtlerin, Pädagogin und Sozialpädagogin. (de)
  • Henriette Goldschmidt (1825-1920) was a German Jewish feminist, pedagogist and social worker. She was one of the founders of the German Women's Association (German: Allgemeiner Deutscher Frauenverein) and worked to improve women's rights to access education and employment. As part of that effort, she founded the Society for Family Education and for People's Welfare (German: Verein fuer Familienerziehung und Volkswohl) and the first school offering higher education to women in Germany. (en)
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  • Henriette Goldschmidt, geb. Henriette Benas (* 23. November 1825 in Krotoszyn, Posen; † 30. Januar 1920 in Leipzig), war eine deutsche Frauenrechtlerin, Pädagogin und Sozialpädagogin. (de)
  • Henriette Goldschmidt (1825-1920) was a German Jewish feminist, pedagogist and social worker. She was one of the founders of the German Women's Association (German: Allgemeiner Deutscher Frauenverein) and worked to improve women's rights to access education and employment. As part of that effort, she founded the Society for Family Education and for People's Welfare (German: Verein fuer Familienerziehung und Volkswohl) and the first school offering higher education to women in Germany. (en)
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