He attended Berlin's prestigious Ernst Busch
acting academy and launched his career in the top theatres of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The only words on the headstone at the German War Cemetery on Cannock Chase are: "Ernst Busch
, Gen: Feld M, 6.7.85 to 17.7.45".
Quite simply, Field Marshal Ernst Busch
was one of Third Reich's most powerful individuals, a man held in such high regard by Hitler that he was to be Britain's ruler - Reichsprotektor - should an invasion take place.
High-ranking Field Marshal Ernst Busch
, described as "a Nazi to his bootstraps and a devout follower of Hitler", is interred beneath a plain slab bearing his name and rank.
According to Werner, Piscator considered this play by a woman called Wiesner for production, but it was Slatan Dudow who took it to Berlin in 1930 and engaged all the best actors associated with working-class theatre, including Ernst Busch
, who made a recording of the Hanns Eisler song from the play, the 'Lied der Bergarbeiter' Heer ohne Helden was reviewed by all the leading theatre critics of the Weimar Republic.
More than 100 young people apply each year to Berlin's prestigious Ernst Busch
Academy, which is known for its adherence to Russian techniques and a kind of tough love approach to training that requires a person be emotionally broken and rebuilt in order to gauge their true commitment to the craft.
Berlin's Ernst Busch
College of Drama won with Pierre Carlet de Marivaux's The Dispute.
From Bahnhof Zoo I called the Brecht-actor and singer Ernst Busch
in East Berlin.
Field Marshal Ernst Busch
, described by military historians as "a Nazi to his bootstraps and a devout follower of Hitler", is interred in a simple plot on Cannock Chase, marked by a plain slab bearing his name and rank.