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My father, Robert Ernst, was teaching as an architect at the technical high school of our city
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"My father, Robert Ernst, was teaching as an architect at the technical high school of our city"

- Richard Ernst

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This quote by Richard Ernst speaks with the heritage of his papa, Robert Ernst. Robert Ernst was a designer who was showing at the technical high school of the city where Richard Ernst lived. This quote speaks to the significance of education and the impact that Robert Ernst carried the students he showed. It additionally talks with the importance of family members as well as the tradition that Robert Ernst left. Robert Ernst was a role model for his son, Richard Ernst, and his impact was really felt in the city where he educated. His devotion to teaching as well as his interest for style was a motivation to those around him. Robert Ernst was a leader in his area as well as his tradition will live on via the trainees he instructed and also the influence he had on the city.

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Switzerland Flag This quote is written / told by Richard Ernst somewhere between August 14, 1933 and today. He/she was a famous Scientist from Switzerland. The author also have 12 other quotes.

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