Gottfried Müller

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Gottfried Johannes Müller
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Gschwend, Germany)
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Nationality German
Spouse(s) Susanne Firgau (married 1948, divorced mid-1960s); Ursula Schweizer (m 1973)
Children Amadé, Alexander, Samuel, and Nathan
Parents Johannes Mattäus Müller, Katharina Schurr

Gottfried Johannes Müller (10 April 1914 – 26 September 2009) was a German philanthropist[1] who founded an international Christian vegetarian orphanage, SALEM Children's Village. He had been a major in the German Luftwaffe during World War II.[2] He is credited also with designing the Kurdish national flag.[3][4]

Published work

He is the author of one German-language book which has been published three different times, in 1959, 2006, and 2011.

  • Gottfried Müller: Im brennenden Orient. Bruderschaft Salem e.V., Stuttgart, 1959
  • Gottfried Müller: Einbruch ins verschlossene Kurdistan. Ronald Henss Verlag, Saarbrücken, 2006 ISBN 978-3-939937-00-5
  • Gottfried . Müller: Einbruch ins verschlossene Kurdistan. B004TBD184. Publisher: Dr. Ronald Henss Verlag (March 21, 2011). Publication Date: March 21, 2011. Available only through Amazon Kindle and in paperback.

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See also


wikipedia:Category:1914 births wikipedia:Category:2009 deaths wikipedia:Category:German philanthropists wikipedia:Category:Humanitarians by nationality