August Becker

August Becker ist der Name folgender Personen:

  • August Becker (Fortschrittspartei) (1803–1881), Abgeordneter im Landtag des Großherzogtums Hessen
  • August Becker (Journalist) (1812/1814–1871), deutscher Schriftsteller, Politiker und Theologe
  • August Becker (Maler) (1821–1887), deutscher Landschaftsmaler
  • August Becker (Autor) (1828–1891), deutscher Schriftsteller
  • August Becker (Schauspieler) (1834–1877), Schauspieler
  • August Becker (Architekt) (1866–1951), Architekt
  • August Becker (Physiker) (1879–1953), Physiker
  • August Becker (Chemiker) (1900–1967), SS-Obersturmführer, Gasbeschaffer der Aktion T4
  • August Becker (Politiker), Abgeordneter im Landtag des Freistaates Mecklenburg-Strelitz
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