Maximilian Meyer Heine: German physician (born: 1807 - died: 1879) | Biography
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Maximilian Meyer Heine
German physician

Maximilian Meyer Heine

Maximilian Meyer Heine
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Intro German physician
Was Physician Military personnel
From Germany
Field Healthcare Military
Gender male
Birth 6 November 1807
Death 6 November 1879 (aged 72 years)
Star sign Scorpio
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Maximilian Meyer Heine (November 6, 1807 - November 6, 1879) was a German doctor, who served with the Russian Army during the Russo-Turkish War and who later became a Russian state councilor. He was the youngest brother of Heinrich Heine, the famous German romantic poet.

After studying medicine at the universities of Berlin and Munich, he graduated as a doctor in 1829, and in the same year joined the Russian army as a surgeon. During his army service, he took part in the invasion of the Balkans with General Diebitschs, and in 1832 he participated in the fight against the Polish rebellion. Returning to Russia, he lived in Saint Petersburg and became the chief surgeon appointed to a military school. After his resignation from the army, he received the title of a State Counsellor. Together with his colleagues Thielmann and Krebel, he founded the Medical newspaper of Russia, a journal which he edited from 1844 to 1860. He died in Berlin in 1879.

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