Walter all

walter all (* 21. April 1893 in Berne-hit a corner at Calw; † 9. March 1969 in king stone in the Taunus) was a German geographer.

All studied political economy and geography. It introduced for the first time quantitative and statistic methods to geography. Emphasisits work was agrarian geography and town planning in South Germany. From its Hauptwerk „the central places in South Germany “ of 1933 it developed the system of the centers of places, which became the basis for the space planning in the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War.

Web on the left of

  • {{#if:
| | * Literature of and over walter all in the catalog of the DDB



  > German to English > (Machine translated into English)