EMIL LUDWIG TALKS WITH MUSSOLINI

ISBN 13: 9781245157988

TALKS WITH MUSSOLINI

 
9781245157988: TALKS WITH MUSSOLINI

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About the Author:

Emil Ludwig (originally named Emil Cohn) was born in Breslau, now part of Poland. Born into a Jewish family, he was raised as a non-Jew but was not baptized. “Many persons have become Jews since Hitler," he said. "I have been a Jew since the murder of Walther Rathenau [in 1922], from which date I have emphasized that I am a Jew.”[2][3] Ludwig studied law but chose writing as a career. At first he wrote plays and novellas, also working as a journalist. In 1906, he moved to Switzerland, but, during World War I, he worked as a foreign correspondent for the Berliner Tageblatt in Vienna and Istanbul. He became a Swiss citizen in 1932, later emigrating to the United States in 1940.

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  1. An Interview with the German Author Emil Ludwig Date of Interview: December 13, 1931 Date Published: 1932 Publisher: Co-Operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R., Moscow Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid Public Domain: Marxists Internet Archive (2007).
  2. "Emil Ludwig, Famous Biographer, Calls on Jews to Answer Hitler 'in Own Terms'," The Sentinel (Chicago), 13 August 1936, p. 36.
  3. Harry Hansen, "Ludwig, Emil," Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, vol. 7, New York: Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc., 1942, p. 231.
  4. Emil Ludwig Says Hitler's Anti-semitism Can Be Exploited by Allies to Split Germans JTA.com
  5. http: //chss.montclair.edu/en

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