A group of German-speaking school pupils and students in Temeswar (Rumania), that published critical texts. They established themselves in 1972 and were dissolved by the secret police force Securitate in 1975.
Alfaro Siqueiros, David
1896-1974, Mexican painter and graphic artist
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
A Jewish aid organisation set up in the USA in 1914 to help Jews all over the world.
also known as Robin Hay Anderson, born in 1913, British actor and writer
1894 – 1936, German communist politician in the KPD, resistance fighter, arrested on 5 March 1933 and executed following an unjust trial in Hamburg on 10 July 1936.
Antinazi-Freiheitsbewegung (Anti-Nazi Freedom Movement)
Exile organisation of German opponents of Hitler in Columbia, 1941 – 1943
(1897-1982), French writer
1906-1975, German-American philosopher and journalist, her main works were The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) and Eichmann in Jerusalem. A Report on the Banality of Evil (1963) which were much-discussed contributions towards examining fascism under the Nazis
1880-1957, Yiddish writer, emigrated from Poland via Southern to the USA, had regular contact during his time in Nice with the emigrants living there; several translations of his books were published by German exile publishers.
1864 – 1945, Countess of Oxford and Asquith, British writer and wife of British Prime Minister Herbert Henry Asquith