Kurt Tucholsky

Kurt Tucholsky was a brilliant satirist, poet, storyteller, lyricist, pacifist, and Democrat; one of the most famous journalists in Weimar Germany, and an early warner against the Nazis. Erich Kästner called him a “small, fat Berliner,” who “wanted to stop a catastrophe with his typewriter.” His books were burned and banned by the Nazis, who drove him out of his country. But he is not forgotten.


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Fabulous, Tragic Kurt Tucholsky

One of the best-paid German journalists in the 1920s, Kurt Tucholsky was the canary in the coal mine of the Weimar Republic....

Fabulous, Tragic Kurt Tucholsky


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