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Hotze, Henry (02 September 1833–19 April 1887), Confederate propagandist, was born in Zurich, Switzerland, the son of Rudolph Hotze, a captain in the French Royal Service, and Sophie Esslinger. Educated by the Jesuits, Hotze emigrated as a youth to the United States. In 1855 he became a naturalized citizen in Mobile, Alabama, where his intelligence, manners, and racial views (he translated Joseph Arthur, Comte de Gobineau’s ...