Feuchtwanger Archive, 1906-2000.


Feuchtwanger Archive, 1906-2000.

Collection consists of the voluminous archival material collected by Lion Feuchtwanger includes his personal and business correspondence, multiple versions of his writings, reviews of his works, photographs, and other personal artifacts.

206 boxes (217 linear ft.)



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Feuchtwanger, Marta.

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Marta Feuchtwanger was born Marta Loeffler on December 21, 1891 in Germany. In 1912 she married German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger and went with him into exile during WWII. First they lived in Southern France in Sanary-sur-mer but had to flee in 1940, escaping to the United States. Marta and Lion moved to Los Angeles in early 1941 where they eventually bought a house at 520 Paseo Miramar. During WWII the Feuchtwanger's house became a well-known gathering place for German-speaking exiles and ...

Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956

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Brecht was a German dramatist and poet. Karl Korsch was a Marxist theoretician. From the description of Correspondence with Karl Korsch, 1934-ca.1954. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122556373 From the guide to the Bertolt Brecht correspondence with Karl Korsch, ca. 1934-1954., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Reyersbach was a pediatrician with special training in endocrinology and rheumatic diseases; she came to the U.S. in ...

Mann, Heinrich, 1871-1950

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Heinrich Mann, one of the foremost German writers of the twentieth century, lived almost penniless and seemingly forgotten in Los Angeles for nearly a decade before his death in 1950. Heinrich Mann was the elder brother of Nobel Prize winning novelist Thomas Mann. Despite his name and literary stature, Heinrich Mann remained virtually unknown in this country. By contrast, in pre-Hitler Germany, Heinrich had been both respected by fellow writers and popular with readers, perhaps even more so than...

Zweig, Arnold, 1887-1968

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Arnold Zweig was born in Prussia, was raised in Germany, and lived for a time in Palestine. His novels and plays, with themes of injustice and anti-war, were popular in the former German Democratic Republic. He returned to Germany from the Middle East after World War II and found a new audience in East Germany. From the description of Arnold Zweig letter to R. Toole Stott, 1944 Dec. 31. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 52316277 Zweig fled German...

Lion Feuchtwanger Memorial Library.

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Herzfelde, Wieland

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Weiskopf, F. C. (Franz Carl), 1900-1955

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Kantorowicz, Alfred, 1899-1979

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Alfred Kantorowicz (1899-1979) was a German Jewish writer, critic, and journalist with associations to the Communist party; he had to flee Germany in 1933, took part in the Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1938, was imprisoned in camps in France after the outbreak of World War II, and succeeded in emigrating to the U.S. in 1941, where he worked with the foreign news service of CBS radio. In 1946 he went to live in East Germany and in 1957 moved to West Germany. From the description of ...

Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1884-1958

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The best-selling novelist, Lion Feuchtwanger, fled Germany in 1933 with the rise of the National Socialists. Living first in exile in France (1933-1940), Feuchtwanger and his wife, Marta, ultimately emigrated to the United States in 1940, coming to Los Angeles in 1941. Lion Feuchtwanger is perhaps best known for his historical novel, Jud Süss (1925; Jew Suess), and his novel Erfolg (1930; Success), the first novel that predicts the reign of terror of National Socialism. Lion Feuchtwanger lived ...

Grosshut, Franz.

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