Altschul

Altschul ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

  • Barry Altschul (* 1943), US-amerikanischer Musiker
  • Elias Altschul (1812–1865), böhmischer Homöopath
  • Eugen Altschul (1887–1959), deutsch-US-amerikanischer Ökonom
  • Lutz Altschul (auch bekannt als Louis V. Arco; 1899–1975), österreichischer Schauspieler
  • Rudolf Altschul (1901–1963), kanadischer Anatom
  • Serena Altschul (* 1970), US-amerikanische TV-Journalistin
  • Stephen Altschul, US-amerikanischer Mathematiker
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