(1908-1998), American journalist, author, and war correspondent
Gesetz zur Wiederherstellung des Berufsbeamtentums[Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service]
The purpose of the law from 7 April 1933 was to dismiss Jewish and politically unpopular civil servants from their posts or to make them retire against their will. The impact of the law went far beyond the civil service as it was applied to almost all professions.
1869 - 1952, French writer
1897-1945, was Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda from 1933 to 1945 and head of Reich Chamber of Culture
The Josefstadt prison is commonly known as the "Grey House" in Vienna. The term derives from the grey uniform of the prisoners at that time. During the Nazi period it was notorious for its executions of political prisoners.
The art historian Ludwig Grote (1893-1974) remained in contact with the Bauhaus artists from his time as the State Curator of Anhalt. The National Socialists labelled Grote a cultural Bolshevik after 1933 and forced him into retirement.
1899-1963, was awarded the title Staatsschauspieler (state actor) in Nazi Germany in 1934 and, ten years later, exempted from military service as an indispensable artist. After the War, he continued his successful career in the Federal Republic.
(1901 – 1958), painter and graphic artist, active in the anti-fascist resistance within domestic exile / the underground movement.
loosely organised group of West German post-war writers who came together at irregular intervals at the invite of the book trader Hans Werner Richter between 1947 and 1967 to hold readings and discuss works of literature
1896-1974, Cuban interior designer, living in Mexico City