Schwerin, Jeanette (1852–1899)

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Schwerin, Jeanette (1852–1899)

German social reformer. Born 1852 in Germany; died 1899.

Was a well-known assimilated Jewish reformer in Berlin; with Minna Cauer and Professor Gustav Schmoller, founded Mädchenund Frauengruppen für soziale Hilfsarbeit (Girls' and Women's Group for Social Assistance, 1893).