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Beit, Alfred (1853–1906), mining magnate and philanthropist, born at Hamburg on 15 February 1853, was the eldest son of Siegfried and Laura Beit. His father was a merchant belonging to a well-known Hamburg family descended from Portuguese Jews, and Lutheran by religion. Beit...

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Wernher, Sir Julius Charles, first baronet (1850–1912), mining magnate and philanthropist, was born at Darmstadt in the grand duchy of Hesse and by Rhine on 9 April 1850, of an old and reputable protestant family. His grandfather, Wilhelm Wernher, had been privy councillor and president of the ...