1933, Gegen die Phrase vom jüdischen Schädling, Heinrich Mann, Arthur Holitscher, Lion Feuchtwanger, Coudenhove-Kalergi, Max Brod Amboss Verlag, Prague


A plea against antisemitism in Nazi-Germany

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Heinrich Mann ; Arthur Holitscher ; Lion Feuchtwanger ; Coudenhove-Kalergi ; Max Brod u.a. Sollmann, Wilhelm, Franz Blei und Graf

Gegen die Phrase vom jüdischen Schädling

Against the Phrase of the Jewish Pest


Published by: Amboss-Verlag, Prague in 1933

Pages 231, Large 8vo

23cm x 15,5cm or approx. 9inch. x 5,5inch.

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Luiz Heinrich Mann (1871 – 1950), best known as simply Heinrich Mann, was a German writer known for his socio-political novels. From 1930 until 1933, he was president of the fine poetry division of the Prussian Academy of Arts. His fierce criticism of the growing Fascism and Nazism forced him to flee Germany after the Nazis came to power during 1933. He was the elder brother of writer Thomas Mann.



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