• Editions Prométhée

    publishing house in the French city of Strasbourg that published several German-language antifascist books from 1933 to 1940.
  • Eemnes

    one of several districts along the river Eem with towns and communities merging together in the province of Utrecht, Netherlands
  • Eichmann, Adolf

    1906-1962, during the era of Nazi power, responsible for organising the expulsion and deportation of Jews and thus co-responsible for their murder. He was sentenced to death in a high-profile trial in Israel.
  • Einstein, Albert

    1879-1955, important physician, Nobel lauerate who emigrated to the USA in 1933 and received American citizenship in 1940
  • Eisenstein, Sergej

    1898-1948, Soviet film director, made the influential classic Battleship Potemkin in 1925
  • Ellington, Duke

    1899-1974, influential US jazz musician (pianist and composer).
  • Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German/Foreign Scholars

    Aid organisation in the USA that offered assistance to scientists and academics in particular
  • Engel, Erich

    1891-1966, German director.
  • Ensor, James Sidney

    (1860 - 1949), Belgian painter and illustrator, known as the painter of masks.
  • Entré Aide Autrichienne

    Conservative Austrian aid organisation whose members were mostly Catholic with monarchist leanings
  • Eretz Israel

    Term from the biblical description of Israel as the Promised Land. Zionism took up the term to express the desire to return there.
  • Expressionism:

    Movement in painting, literature, music and film that spanned the late 19th and early 20th century. The Nazis vilified Expressionist works as “degenerate art”.