Ernst Haffner

Ernst Haffner was a journalist and social worker. His only known novel, Blood Brothers, was published to wide acclaim in 1932 before the Nazis banned it one year later. In the 1940s, all records of Haffner disappeared. His fate during World War II remains unknown.


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The Unromantic Truths of Weimar Germany


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