Albert Schweitzer

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Noun1.Albert Schweitzer - French philosopher and physician and organist who spent most of his life as a medical missionary in Gabon (1875-1965)
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"Happiness is the key to success." Albert Schweitzer
...My father asked Albert Schweitzer once what concerned him most about the world.
1965: Albert Schweitzer, French medical missionary, died aged 90 in Gabon, the village where he had opened his hospital for natives.
Ives, Executive Director Emeritus of the Albert Schweitzer Institute and 2016 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, states, "I am pleased to represent the ideas and thoughts of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr.
| 1875: Dr Albert Schweitzer, missionary surgeon, organist and Nobel Prize winner (1952), was born in Alsace.
Albert Schweitzer's work when I was a medical student in the 1960s.
It was in this cultural milieu, as a history professor s daughter, that Helene met a young pastor named Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) and developed a deep friendship that flourished for a decade before their marriage in 1912.
This career biography details the work and legacy of Helene Schweitzer, wife of physician Albert Schweitzer, highlighting her role in the coupleEs humanitarian medical work in Africa and the founding of Schweitzer Hospital.
Higgins new book, "Against the Current: How Albert Schweitzer Inspired a Young Man's Journey.'' 6:30 p.m.
4] echoes what Albert Schweitzer observed in The Quest of the Historical Jesus.
Remembrance of Things Past?: Albert Schweitzer, the Anxiety of Influence, and the Untidy Jesus of Markan Memory.