Paul Tschackert

Paul Tschackert (10 January 1848 – 7 July 1911) was a German Protestant theologian and church historian born in Freystadt, Silesia. He is largely remembered for studies involving the history of the Protestant Reformation.

Tschackert studied history, theology and philosophy at the University of Halle, and in 1873 continued his education at the University of Göttingen. In 1875, he earned his doctorate at the University of Breslau with his thesis on theologian Pierre d'Ailly (1351–1420). In 1877 he became an associate professor at Halle, afterwards serving as a professor at the universities of Königsberg (from 1884) and Göttingen (from 1890).

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