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Georg Hartmann (4 August 1865 – 12 July 1946) was a German geographer working in German South West Africa. He was born in Dresden and educated at the technical school of his native city and at Leipzig, where he studied mathematics, physics, and geography (doctorate 1889). From 1893 to 1908 he traveled throughout German South West Africa and southern Angola. He worked as a director for the Otavi Mining and Railway Company and was co-founder of the town Grootfontein in Otjozondjupa Region, Namibia. Hartmann died at Grammersdorf in Schleswig-Holstein.

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  • جورج هارتمان (بالألمانية: Georg Hartmann)‏ هو جغرافي ألماني، ولد في 4 أغسطس 1865 في درسدن في ألمانيا، وتوفي في 12 يوليو 1946 في Ratekau في ألمانيا. (ar)
  • Georg Hartmann (* 4. August 1865 in Dresden; † 12. Juli 1946 in ) war ein deutscher Major der Landwehr, Geograph sowie Forschungsreisender und Kolonialpolitiker in Afrika. Hartmann entdeckte eine weitere bis dahin unbekannte Unterart des Bergzebras, das nach seiner Frau Anna „Hartmannzebra“ (Equus zebra hartmannae) benannt wurde. (de)
  • Georg Hartmann (4 August 1865 – 12 July 1946) was a German geographer working in German South West Africa. He was born in Dresden and educated at the technical school of his native city and at Leipzig, where he studied mathematics, physics, and geography (doctorate 1889). From 1893 to 1908 he traveled throughout German South West Africa and southern Angola. He worked as a director for the Otavi Mining and Railway Company and was co-founder of the town Grootfontein in Otjozondjupa Region, Namibia. In 1908 he returned to Germany, settling in the village of Rathstock, near Alt Tucheband. He gave lectures, and authored papers on history, colonial politics and sociology. Hartmann's mountain zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae Matschie, 1898) is named in his honor. It is a subspecies of the mountain zebra native to south-western Angola, Namibia and South Africa. Hartmann Valley in the Kaokoveld is also named after him. Hartmann died at Grammersdorf in Schleswig-Holstein. (en)
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  • جورج هارتمان (بالألمانية: Georg Hartmann)‏ هو جغرافي ألماني، ولد في 4 أغسطس 1865 في درسدن في ألمانيا، وتوفي في 12 يوليو 1946 في Ratekau في ألمانيا. (ar)
  • Georg Hartmann (* 4. August 1865 in Dresden; † 12. Juli 1946 in ) war ein deutscher Major der Landwehr, Geograph sowie Forschungsreisender und Kolonialpolitiker in Afrika. Hartmann entdeckte eine weitere bis dahin unbekannte Unterart des Bergzebras, das nach seiner Frau Anna „Hartmannzebra“ (Equus zebra hartmannae) benannt wurde. (de)
  • Georg Hartmann (4 August 1865 – 12 July 1946) was a German geographer working in German South West Africa. He was born in Dresden and educated at the technical school of his native city and at Leipzig, where he studied mathematics, physics, and geography (doctorate 1889). From 1893 to 1908 he traveled throughout German South West Africa and southern Angola. He worked as a director for the Otavi Mining and Railway Company and was co-founder of the town Grootfontein in Otjozondjupa Region, Namibia. Hartmann died at Grammersdorf in Schleswig-Holstein. (en)
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  • جورج هارتمان (ar)
  • Georg Hartmann (Forscher) (de)
  • Georg Hartmann (geographer) (en)
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