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Portrait of Christine Brückner.

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Portrait of Christine Brückner.
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Portrait of Christine Brückner.
Portrait of Christine Brückner.
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SKU: SCAN-NOP-0000108987
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Christine Brückner was born in Schmillinghausen near Arolsen in Hesse, Germany, the daughter of the pastor Carl Emde and his wife Clotilde. She lived there until 1934 when she moved to Kassel. She attended high school in Arolsen and Kassel, completing her Abitur (highschool graduation) in 1941. During the war years, she was drafted for service in the General Command in Kassel, and then as a bookkeeper in an aircraft factory in Halle. After the war, she received a diploma as librarian in Stuttgart. She studied economics, literature, art history and psychology in Marburg, where for two semesters she was director of the Mensa Academica. During that time, she wrote articles for the magazine Frauenwelt (Women's World) in Nuremberg. From 1948 to 1958, she was married to the industrial designer Werner Brückner (1920–1977). In 1960 she returned to Kassel, where, from 1967, she lived with her second husband and fellow writer Otto Heinrich Kühner (1921–1996), with whom she collaborated on several works. He was born on December 10, 1921 and died on December 21, 1996.

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