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Axel Bohl
Born(1941-03-17)March 17, 1941
Lębork
DiedApril 14, 2000(2000-04-14) (aged 107)
Resting placeSchmargendorf
NationalityGerman
Occupationjournalist
EmployerDeutscher Fachverlag GmbH
Titlechief editor
Spouse(s)Inge (Inka) Bohl (born: Kalbow)
ChildrenDr. Patrick Bohl
Parent(s)Erich Bohl
Ursula Bohl (geb. Simon)

Axel Bohl (* March 17, 1941 in Lębork; † April 14, 2000 in Frankfurt) was a German writer and journalist. He was founder and chief editor of several gastro and food-magazines of the publishing house Deutscher Fachverlag. Having joined the company in 1969, he co-founded the magazine gv praxis..[1] in january 1973, followed by further trade journals, including Food-service (previously: fast food praxis), FoodService Europe, NGZ - Der Hotelier and Gebaeude Management.

Gretel Weiß called Bohl "legendary", with whom she founded the awards "Hamburger Preis" and "Frankfurter Preis" for exemplary achievements in the food service industry[2]. He was a member of the management board of Deutscher Fachverlag GmbH until his unexpected death in 2000 [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Bohl was born into a German-speaking family in Lębork, at that time part of the Farther Pomerania, and emigrated with his parents and sister to Schleswig-Holstein in 1946 when ethnic Germans were expelled [10]

He graduated from Wirtschaftsoberschule Lübeck and enrolled in the University of Hamburg in 1960. In 1964 he joined the Westfalen-Blatt and met his future wife, Inge Kalbow. In 1966 he became a journalist for Stiftung Warentest in Berlin, and later joined Deutscher Fachverlag in 1969.

He was founder and Secretary General of the Deutsches Institut für Gemeinschaftsgastronomie e.V. since october 1974 [11] and in this function significantly formed the characteristics of food services in work places, schools and hospitals in Europe today.

Legacy[edit | edit source]

After his death, Bohl's life and work were held up as exemplary in the European food service industry. The Institut für Gemeinschaftsgastronomie e.V. (http://www.dig-home.de) founded a prestigious award for young researchers in 2001, it was named the Axel Bohl Preis in his honor[12]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "45 Jahre gv-praxis". food-service. 2018-12-15. p. 1. Retrieved 2018-12-30.
  2. "Am 8.3. in HH über Top 100, Potenziale & Perspektiven". food-service. 2018-02-26. p. 1. Retrieved 2018-12-30.
  3. Obituary in NGZ - Der Hotelier Nr.05 2000-05-18, p.3
  4. Obituary in Gebäudemanagement Nr.05, 2000-05-03 p.3 “Auftakt”
  5. Obituary in gv-praxis No.05, 2000-05-18, p.6
  6. Obituary in Food Service No.04, 2000-04-25, p.4
  7. Obituary in TextilWirtschaft No.16, 2000-04-20, p.74
  8. Obituary in Lebensmittel Zeitung No.16, 2000.04.20, p.3
  9. Obituary in HORIZONT No.16, 2000-04-20., p.14
  10. Arie Marcelo Kacowicz, Pawel Lutomski, Population resettlement in international conflicts: a comparative study, Lexington Books, 2007, pp.100,101 ISBN 0-7391-1607-X
  11. "45 Jahre gv-praxis". food-service. 2018-12-15. p. 1. Retrieved 2018-12-30.
  12. "DIG e.V. erstmals mit Förderpreis". food-service. 2003-09-09. p. 1. Retrieved 2018-12-30.

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  1. Arie Marcelo Kacowicz, Pawel Lutomski, Population resettlement in international conflicts: a comparative study, Lexington Books, 2007, pp.100,101 ISBN 0-7391-1607-X)


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