The New International Encyclopædia/Eulenburg, Philipp, Prince

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The New International Encyclopædia
Eulenburg, Philipp, Prince
Edition of 1905. See also Philip, Prince of Eulenburg on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

EULENBURG, Philipp, Prince (1847—). A German diplomat, born at Königsberg, Prussia. He served in the wars with Austria and France, and studied law at Leipzig and Strassburg from 1872 to 1875. He was Prussian Ambassador to Oldenburg from 1888 to 1890, at Stuttgart (1890), Munich (1891), and Vienna (1894). He is interested in literature and music, and has published a number of works, among them Skaldengesänge (1892); Dichtungen (1892); Das Weihnachtsbuch (1892); Erich und Erika und andere Erzählungen für Kinder (1893); and Abenderzählungen, Märchen und Träume (1894).