Leon Zeitlin Collection 1930-1967
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Horkheimer, Max, 1895-1973
Goldmann, Nahum, 1895-1982
P.E.N.-Zentrum Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Lemmer, Ernst, 1898-1970
Molo, Walter von 1880-1958
Oswald Wolff books
Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany
Zeitlin, Leon, 1876-
Leon Zeitlin was born in Memel, East Prussia (today Klaipėda, Lithuania), in 1876. He obtained a doctorate in economics and served on the Reich Economic Council ( Reichswirtschaftsrat ) from 1920-1932. Later, from 1928-1932, he also held office as a liberal-democratic representative on the Prussian Diet ( Preussischer Landtag ). When the National Socialists took hold of the German government, he was forced to give up his post and emigrated to London, England. In exile he took up advocacy for sev...
Epithet: German philosopher British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x0000db Adorno was a German professor of philosophy at the Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt, and associate director of the Institut für Sozialforschung in Frankfurt. From the description of Music in radio (memorandum), 1938, [microform]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309774179 From the de...
Maas, Hermann, 1877-1970
Leo Baeck institute
Stefan Zweig was born November 28, 1881, in Vienna, Austria into a family of wealthy industrialist. He studied in Austria, France, and Germany, earning his doctoral degree at the University of Vienna. After a short stop as literary editor of the Neue Freie Presse under Theaodor Herzl, Stefan Zweig became a most prolific and widely read critic and author of novels, biographies, plays, etc. In 1913 he settled in Salzburg, getting married to Friderike von Winternitz in 1914. During World War I he w...
Rengstorf, Karl Heinrich, 1903-....
Simpson, W. W. (William Wynn), 1907-1987
Missionary to Tibet; born William Ekvall Simpson on October 19, 1901 in Old Orchard, Main, USA; worked among nomadic tribespeople; murdered by army deserters at Shih Keo Waunao in Kansu Province, China. From the description of Ephemera of William Ekvall Simpson 1998. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 122932415 ...