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By Nobuko Gerth

Dieses Jahrbuch veröffentlicht erstmalig - in englischer Sprache- die zusammenhängende Biografie des Sozialwissenschaftlers Hans Gerth. Es ist das intellektuelle Porträt eines der letzten Mannheim-Schüler und namhaften sozialwissenschaftlichen Emigrées und zugleich angesichts des verarbeiteten bisher unbekannten Korrespondenzmaterials ein Zeitdokument ersten Ranges.

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Sheffer's position was that nobody would like to be reminded of such incidents at the breakfast table. Some Jewish readers complained that the BT was not informing them properly by not printing them. As such crimes increased by the day, they had to print them. "We found it horrible. Every morning at breakfast 1 was reproached with our sins," Boveri wrote. She was accused by her friend, "How could you do this? 99 For example, there were two important trials in which Jews were sent to prison for having intimate relationships with gentiles.

Then one of them - often Gerth would break up an awkward silence by throwing a counter question. Scheffer then became so energetic and brilliant that the evening ended up as an unforgettable experience, full of good spirits, wit, and ideas. After such an exciting evening of discussion, some of them spontaneously wrote excellent articJes. 96 In one of the Monday evening sessions, Scheffer asked them what to do with the 80th birthday of Sigmund Freud, who was then still Jiving in Vienna. Scheffer did not want to let the birthday of "one of the great minds of our times" go by, doing nothing.

She later married Hans Gerth. One of the strongest figures of anti-Nazis from the beginning. He was born on March 6, 1890, in Berlin, and was murdered on April 23, 1945, by the special order of Ribbentrop. 46 Chapter 3 berg University days. " When Gerth met Mr. " He added, "We even have a guy who writes by hand," referring to OUo. Gerth next tried the Berliner Tageblatt (BT). " About sixty percent of its subscribers was "non-Aryan," including doctors, lawyers, businessmen from all over Germany and those who lived in the Berlin West community.

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