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Klaus-Dieter Lehmann, German Library director. Decorated Chevalier, Ordre Palmes Academiques, Paris, 1990, Federal Cross of Merit, Bonn, 1996. Member Academy Science Mainz, Conference European National Libraries, Preussischer Kultur-Besitz (chairman division professional committees), International Federation Library. Assns. and Institutions (Executive Board directors), Council Library. and Information Resource (Europeancommn. preservation and access).

Background

Lehmann, Klaus-Dieter was born on February 29, 1940 in Breslau, Germany. Son of Kurt and Charlotte (Maennchen) Lehmann.

Education

Diploma in Physics, University Cologne, Mainz, 1967. Diploma in Library. Science, Library. School Frankfurt, Germany, 1970.

Professor, University Frankfurt, 1986.

Career

Library. State/University Library., Darmstadt, 1970-1973, City/University Library., Frankfurt, 1973-1987. Director-general The National Library, since 1988. President Stiftung Preußicher Kulturbesik, Berlin, since 1999.

Professor University Frankfurt, since 1986. Consultant in field; doctor honorary schaetze der Weltkulturen, 2000. Board directors CLIR, Washington, Kuratorium Deutsches Museum, Geothe-Iurtitul, Kuratorium Humboidl University, Berlin, Kulturshltung der Laender.

Achievements

  • He was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit, First Class, in 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Bibliotheca Publica, 1985. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Academy Science Mainz, Conference European National Libraries, Preussischer Kultur-Besitz (chairman division professional committees), International Federation Library. Assns. and Institutions (Executive Board directors), Council Library. and Information Resource (Europeancommn. preservation and access).

Connections

Married Lieselotte Maria Schiep, June 4, 1965. Children: Lutz, Lisa.

father:
Kurt Lehmann

mother:
Charlotte (Maennchen) Lehmann

spouse:
Lieselotte Maria Schiep

child:
Lutz Lehmann

child:
Lisa Lehmann