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Ernst Hermann Wilhelm Molden (30 May 1886, Vienna, Austria - 11 August 1953, Vienna) was an Austrian journalist and historian. He founded the Austrian daily newspaper Die Presse in 1946.
Ernst Molden was married to Paula von Preradović, a Croatian and Austrian poet who, in 1947, composed the lyrics for the national anthem of Austria.
See also: Molden (surname)
ISNI: 0000 0000 7858 4684,
Date of birth
30 May 1886
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Date of death
11 August 1953
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