The moral conduct and death sentence of Georg Adam Doderer.

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Title

The moral conduct and death sentence of Georg Adam Doderer.

Description

Lebenswandel und Todesurtheil des Georg Adam Doderer. Cover title; "Den 23. August 1814."; Pagination: Cover title, blank verso, [2] p. of text; Small cover illustration of the dismembered head of a bearded man displayed on a stake.

Source

Michigan State University Library Special Collections XX folioHV6535.G3L43 1814

Publisher

s.n.

Date

1814

Format

Fraktur. [4] p.: ill.; 23 cm.

Language

German

Coverage

Heilbronn
Murderers--Germany--Death--19th century., Brigands and robbers--Germany--Death--19th century., Murder--Germany--19th century., Capital punishment--Germany--19th century., Sentences (Criminal procedure)--Germany--19th century., , ,

Abstract

Death sentence of Georg Adam Doderer, a single, 27 year-old man who admmitted killing 22 year-old Johann Georg Lederer in order to rob him of his money belt. In January of 1813, Doderer attacked Lederer on the road between Siegelsberg and Ebersberg. He struck him in the back of the head multiple times with a wooden mallet. Includes some biographical information. Doderer was sentenced to beheading with a sword after which his body was to be placed on a wheel for public display.

Date Created

1814

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Reference

The moral conduct and death sentence of Georg Adam Doderer., s.n., 1814

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“The moral conduct and death sentence of Georg Adam Doderer.,” "Poor Sinners' Pamphlets", accessed July 22, 2019, http://courses.cal.msu.edu/al340ss16/psp/items/show/161.

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