b. Radovljica, Slovenia (then Radmannsdorf), Jan. 5, 1808, d. Vienna, March 12, 1881, theologian, politician. From 1847 Professor of Religion and Pedagogy at Vienna University, where he held the office of university preacher at the same time. Military chaplain of the Akademische Legion, a student corps during the Vienna Revolution of 1848,. Delivered his first political speech at the graves of those who had fallen in the March Revolution. Member of the Reichsrat. When the revolution was put down he fled to England, emigrated later to North America and returned to Europe in 1876.
Publications#Memoiren vom Maerz 1848 bis Juli 1849, 2 vols., 1850.
Literature#R. Koch, Demokratie und Staat bei A. F., 1978.