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Feuchtwanger

Lion . 1884--1958, German novelist and dramatist, lived in the US (1940--58): noted for his historical novels, including Die h?ssliche Herzogin (1923) and Jud S?ss (1925)
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Law, who has been in Wales recently filming blockbuster King Arthur with Snatch director Guy Ritchie, read out correspondence from Evelyn Waugh to his wife Laura, conceptual artist Sol LeWitt and Lion Feuchtwanger a German-Jewish novelist who fled to the USA during Hitler's Third Reich.
While the current market conditions will make this task challenging, we are confident that the excellent quality of the asset will attract considerable attention," said Tom Feuchtwanger, PetroMaroc's President and CEO.
Edgar Feuchtwanger, 88, was five when Hitler, head of the rising National Socialist German Workers Party in Munich, moved into a palatial flat at Prinzregentplatz in 1929, opposite his family home.
Nestled high in the mountains of Pacific Palisades overlooking the ocean, Villa Aurora is the former home of exiled German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger and his wife, Marta, who were forced to flee the Nazi regime and found refuge in Los Angeles in 1943.
S Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit's decision in a 1959 case, Feuchtwanger Corp.
1) It is a little-known fact that the German-Jewish emigre writer Lion Feuchtwanger (7 July 1884, Munich-21 December 1958, Los Angeles) published a play about the Salem trials before Arthur Miller did.
The author principally concerns himself how writers such as Thomas Man, Lion Feuchtwanger, Stefan Zweig, and Joseph Roth came to settle in France and how, together with such English and French writers as H.
Her studies also included work with Peter Feuchtwanger in London and Leon Fleisher in Baltimore.
Scum'' and The Rabble's Opera'' were among early titles for the piece, but it was the German playwright Lion Feuchtwanger who suggested Threepenny Opera.
NAMES LIKE FEUCHTWANGER, Werfel, and Seghers probably won't ring many bells today, but in the 1930s and `40s a long list of German playwrights, poets, and novelists were household names in America: Not just Thomas Mann, Nobel Prizewinning author of Magic Mountain, and Bertolt Brecht, librettist of The Three Penny Opera, endure today, but dozens of others who time has forgotten, including Anna Seghers, Franz Werfel, and Lion Feuchtwanger.
The egomaniacal novelist Lion Feuchtwanger described the whole escape network, complete with routes, to the New York Times as soon as his boat docked in America.