Louis-Christophe Zaleski-Zamenhof

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Louis-Christophe Zaleski-Zamenhof
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Louis-Christophe Zaleski-Zamenhof and Marjorie Boulton, another prominent Esperantist (2003).
Born
Ludwik Zamenhof

(1925-01-23)23 January 1925
Died9 October 2019(2019-10-09) (aged 94)
Paris, France
NationalityPolish, French
Parents
RelativesZofia Zamenhof (aunt)
Lidia Zamenhof
L. L. Zamenhof (grandfather)

Louis-Christophe Zaleski-Zamenhof (born Ludwik Krzysztof Zamenhof, 23 January 1925 – 9 October 2019) was a Polish-French civil and marine engineer of Jewish descent. He worked in the design of structural steel and concrete construction. Zaleski-Zamenhof wrote a foreword to L'homme qui a défié Babel ("The man who defied Babel", 2003), a French-language biography, by René Centassi and Henri Masson, of the originator of Esperanto.[1]

Writings[change | change source]

J. P. Bonin, G. Deleuil and L. C. Zaleski-Zamenhof. "Foundation analysis of marine gravity structures submitted to cyclic loading." Offshore Technology Conference, Houston, Texas (1976). pp. 571–579

References[change | change source]

  1. (fr) René Centassi and Henri Masson, L'homme qui a défié Babel. 2003: L'Harmattan, 339 pp. ISBN 2-7475-1808-6