Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany — Southern Germany (Scarplands and Alpine Region)
Johann Phillip Palm
[Marker text in German:]
und Geschäftshaus des Buchhandlers
Joh. Phillip Palm
[Marker text translated into English:]
Here stood the home and business of Johann Phillip Palm, bookseller.
Died July 26, 1806
Location. 49° 27.288′ N, 11° 4.539′ E. Marker is in Nuremberg, Bavaria. Marker is at the intersection of Schustergasse and Winklerstrasse, on the left when traveling east on Schustergasse. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Nuremberg, Bavaria 90403, Germany.
Other nearby markers. At least 3 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Schürstab Mansion ( about 120 meters away, measured in a direct line); Leopold Einstein ( about 120 meters away); Johann Neudörfer ( approx. 0.3 kilometers away).
Also see . . .
1. Wikipedia article on Johann Palm (retrieved 07/27/2012). Johann Philipp Palm or Johannes Philipp Palm (17 December 1768–26 August 1806) was a German bookseller executed during the Napoleonic Wars.... (Submitted on July 27, 2012.)
2. The Execution of Johann Philipp Palm. The Napoleon Series' article (Submitted on July 27, 2012.)
3. Dangerous times for a bookseller. Archaeolibris' reflection on the "crime" of Johann Palm and the effect his execution had on history: "... A flood of cartoons and pamphlets deriding Napoleon and the French troops appeared in the wake of Palm’s death. A strong wave of patriotic fervor developed, enabling the Prussian King to leverage Palm’s execution for going to war against Napoleon. Though more significant reasons already existed, it was Palm’s execution that created a moral outcry and fueled rising public opinion against Napoleon and French occupation." (Submitted on July 27, 2012.)
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