This study draws attention to the effect exile had on Theodor Wolff, the renowned journalist and editor of the ''Berliner Tageblatt''. Wolff, the assimilated German Jew, was one of the most influential cultural and liberal political commentators during World War I and the Weimar Republic. Enforced sudden exile in 1933 represented a turning point in Wolff''s life. In 1943 Wolff fell victim to the Holocaust. Wolff''s ten years in exile are divided into four chapters, starting with the early years from 1933-1936, followed by the pre World War II period. The third chapter covers the German occupation of France in 1940. The last chapter sheds light on the two final years from 1942 to 1943, raising issues concerning the so called ''Jewish Problem''. During his final years in exile Wolff deals with the Jewish catastrophe unfolding in Nazi controlled Europe. The findings of this research make a significant contribution to exile studies in general and provide some insight into a turbulent period in German and European history that drastically changed many lives.
|Number of Pages||196|
|Country of Manufacture||India|
|Product Brand||VDM Verlag Dr. Müller|
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