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Title Hitler's exiles : personal stories of the flight from Nazi Germany to America / edited by Mark M. Anderson.
Imprint New York : New Press, 1998.

Subject German Americans -- Biography.
Exiles -- United States -- Biography.
Exiles' writings, German -- United States.
Germany -- Social conditions -- 1933-1945.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Anderson, Mark M.
Description xiv, 354 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 345-348).
ISBN 1565843940
1565845919 (pbk.)
9781565845916 (pbk.)
OCLC # 39013851
Table of Contents
 Chronology of Events9
 "The Reichstag is burning..." 
  The Reichstag Is Burning / Alfred Doblin23
  Berlin, 1933 / Kate Frankenthal28
  An Open Letter to Herr Goebbels / Ernst Toller35
 Lives Transformed 
  A Farmer from South Germany Anonymous39
  From the Eyes of a Mother / Marta Appel47
  Underground Anonymous59
  The 1936 Berlin Olympics / Peter Gay63
 The Night of Broken Glass 
  A Doctor's View / Bertha Nathorff69
  From the Eyes of a Child / Annemarie Wolfram78
  Vienna: To the West Station Anonymous83
 Heightening Persecution 
  The Show Trial of a Shipping Magnate / Arnold Bernstein99
  An Invitation from the Gestapo / Alice Salomon108
  Waiting / Elisabeth Freund116
  Letter to Ernst Toller / Hermann Kesten135
  Paris-Switzerland-Prague / Kay Frankenthal137
  Amsterdam-Paris / Marta Appel146
  Verona-Brussels / Hilda Branch151
  On Varian Fry / Hans Sahl154
  Fleeing through Occupied France / Ellen Schoenheimer157
 On the Meaning of Exile 
  The Grandeur and Misery of Exile / Lion Feuchtwanger169
  Resisting America / Ludwig Marcuse173
  An Ordinary Day in the Life of an Emigrant / Alfred Kantorowicz177
 On the Brink 
  The Ill-Fated Steamship St. Louis / Max O. Korman185
  Two Letters to Hermann Kesten / Stefan Zweig192
  The Last Day in Europe / Hans Natonek195
  Seder on a Refugee Ship / Josef Thon198
 Liberty...and Work in New York 
  The Sight of New York / Marta Appel207
  Starting Over in New York / Arnold Bernstein211
  Arriving in New York / Hertha Nathorff215
  Everything Is Always Different / Hilde Walter223
 "The Privilege of Being Safe and Far Away" 
  Advice from the Midwest / Lessie Sachs229
  'So Utterly Connected' / Sibylle Ortmann233
  My Last Day with Ernst Toller / Klaus Mann240
  Ernst Toller's Last Day / Ludwig Marcuse244
 Exiles, Enemies, or Emigrants? 
  The "Enemy Alien" Question / Gottfried Bermann-Fischer, Thomas Mann249
  Open Letter to President Roosevelt / Albert Einstein et al.251
  We Refugees / Hannah Arendt253
  The Exiled Writer's Relation to His Homeland / Thomas Mann263
 A German Colony on the Pacific 
  Life on the Pacific / Alfred Polgar271
  Letter from the L.A. Public Library / Alfred Doblin273
  A Part of Myself / Carl Zuckmayer274
  Exiled from Our Era / Bertolt Brecht280
 New Lives 
  A Second Childhood / Alice Herdan289
  An Immigrant Family Anonymous296
  An American Life / Hertha Nathorff399
  Becoming Gay, Becoming Jewish / Richard Plant311
  Caring for the Survivors / William Niederland317
  False Youth / Gunther Anders325
 Looking Homeward 
  On Becoming an American / Peter Gay333
  On Being an Exile / Henry Pachter337

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