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ANDREE, Karl Theodor, German geographer, born in Brunswick, 20 October 1808. After studying at Jena, Gottingen, and Berlin, he became a journalist and published, in 1850-'51, at Brunswick, a work entitled "Nordamerika in geographischen und geschichtlichen Umrissen." Among his other works are "Buenos Ayres und die argentinische Republik" (Leipsic, 1856); "Geographische Wan-derungen" (Dresden, 1859); and "Geographic des Welthandels" (Stuttgart, 1863). In 1861 he began the publication of the geographical magazine "Globus." During the American civil war he advocated the cause of the secessionists.
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