A. Frank Glahn (1865–1941), was a German mysticist, Germanic revivalist and most notably a pendulum dowser. He was used by the German military in the Third Reich, not necessarily willingly.
Aaron Halle-Wolfssohn (1754 or 1756, prob. Halle – 20 March 1835, Fürth) was a German Jew, a translator and commentator of the Tanakh and a leading writer of the Haskalah (the Jewish Enlightenment). He was born in Halle and died in Fürth. He was professor at the Königliche Wilhelmsschule at Breslau from 1792 to 1807. He translated much of the Tanakh into German, as well as a Hebrew-German primer (Abtalion), commentaries, essays and a play Leichtsinn und Frömmelei (written in 1796).
Aaron Solomon Gumperz (December 10, 1723 – 1769) was a Jewish German scholar and physician.
Abraham Hinckelmann (2 May 1652, Döbeln, Electorate of Saxony – 11 February 1695), a German Protestant theologian, was a non-Muslim Islamic scholar who was the first one to print a complete Qur'an in Hamburg.
Abraham Kuhn (August 28, 1838 – September 15, 1900) was an Alsatian otolarynologist born in Bissersheim, Rhineland-Palatinate.
Abraham Lewinsky was a late nineteenth to early twentieth century German rabbi. He was born on March 1, 1866, in Wodzisław Śląski, Upper Silesia. He studied at the University of Breslau from 1884 to 1887, obtaining a (Ph.D.), while pursuing his rabbinical studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau. In 1890 he became rabbi to Weilburg, and two years later assumed leadership of the rabbinate of Hildesheim. He died 1941.
Abraham Lissauer (August 29, 1832 – September 29, 1908) was a German physician and archaeologist born in Berent, West Prussia (today- Kościerzyna, Poland). He was the father of neurologist Heinrich Lissauer (1861-1891).
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