Regler, Gustav, 1898-1963

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1898-05-25
Death 1963-01-14
Gender:
Male
German, French, English

Biographical notes:

Gustav Regler (1898-1963) was a German writer and anti-Fascist.

Threatened with arrest by the Nazi government, he emigrated to France, and later, to Mexico during the Second World War. Best known for his autobiography THE OWL OF MINERVA, Regler was the author of numerous and diverse works of prose and poetry, including THE GREAT CRUSADE, a novel based on his experiences fighting for the Loyalist cause in the Spanish Civil War and A LAND BEWITCHED: MEXICO IN THE SHADOW OF THE CENTURIES.

Mary Maverick Lloyd (1906-1976) was a peace and world government activist and supporter of a numerous individuals and initiatives dedicated to social justice. She was a founder of the Campaign for World Government and the World Council for a Peoples World Constitutional Convention.

From the description of Gustav Regler Letters to Mary Maverick Lloyd, 1939-1959. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122454997

Gustav Regler (1898-1963) was a German writer and anti-Fascist. Threatened with arrest by the Nazi government, he emigrated to France, and later, to Mexico during the Second World War. Best known for his autobiography The Owl of Minerva, Regler was the author of numerous and diverse works of prose and poetry, including The Great Crusade, a novel based on his experiences fighting for the Loyalist cause in the Spanish Civil War and A Land Bewitched: Mexico In the Shadow of the Centuries .

Mary Maverick Lloyd (1906-1976) was a peace and world government activist and supporter of a numerous individuals and initiatives dedicated to social justice. She was a founder of the Campaign for World Government and the World Council for a Peoples World Constitutional Convention.

From the guide to the Gustav Regler Letters to Mary Maverick Lloyd, 1939-1959, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.)

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Subjects:

  • Exiles' writings, German--Mexico
  • Authors, German--20th century--Correspondence
  • Exiles' writings, German
  • Authors, Exiled--20th century
  • Authors, Exiled--20th century--Mexico

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Places:

  • Mexico (as recorded)