LOEWE, VICTOR (1871–1933), German historian and archivist. Born in Laurahuette, Silesia, Loewe became keeper of the State Archive at Breslau. Loewe's historical contributions include studies on German and Prussian administrative history of the 17th and 18th centuries. Much of his work was devoted to German historical bibliography, both national and regional. Among his numerous books are Buecherkunde der deutschen Geschichte (19032, 19134); Deutsche Geschichte (1931); and Das deutsche Archivwesen – Seine Geschichte und Organisation (1921).
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