Hans Ludwig (Lutz)
Striem
Life motto:
  Whatever you are engaged with,
do prudently
and think of the ending
Born in Berlin,
25 August 1920

Died in Rehovot,
9 February 2015

   
Military career
Old Resume
Awards and Diplomas:
CAMPAIGN and SERVICE RIBBONS
Academic Career:
  • Graduated from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1946-7 on Mount Scopus)
    majoring in Physics Geology and Mathematics (1954-M.Sc. and 1973-Ph.D.).
   
 
Personal interests:
  • Earth sciences (falts and earthquakes)
  • Meteorology (weather mainly percipitation)

Married:
happily to Eva Striem for over 61 years now.
Hobbies:
Drawing:
  • Since young age of 16 years old at 1936: drwings of early Tel Aviv.
  • Civil Engineering technical drawing
  • Scientific graphs, plots and diagrams
  • Maps from photographs
Collected:
  • over 600 books in English, German, Hebrew and French
  • Rocks
  • Stamps
  • Modern coins and very old (Roman) coins and artifacts
  • Seashells
  • Prehistoric tools
Wikipedia
Hebrew   English
Parents: Hans and Eva
Hans Striem, Author of: Das Wunderauto
<=== A review article (in Hebrew).


    The story
    "Finding the lost key" (in Hebrew) ===>
To buy at:
Opus Publishing and Distribution
Hans Striem Verlag
published in 1923 the Song of Songs with illustrations by Rafaello Busoni
   
Some publications:
 
Contact me
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Last updated: 28 February 2014
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