Von - Capitalisation

Capitalisation

The prefix von is not capitalized in German-speaking countries, unless it begins a sentence – for instance, "A book by von Humboldt", but "Von Humboldt wrote this book." Abbreviated v. is uncapitalized even if it does begin a sentence ("v. Humbolt wrote this book.")

For capitalisation in Dutch and Flemish usage, see Van (Dutch).

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