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Who is Alfred Kerr?
Alfred Kerr, born Alfred Kempner, was an influential German-Jewish theatre critic and essayist, nicknamed the Kulturpapst.
- born on (148 years ago) in Wrocław
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: Germany
- profession: Writer
- died on (67 years ago) in Hamburg
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Encyclopedia of the Essay (1997)
by Tracy Chevalier
writers, in National Socialist terminology, such as Alfred Doblin, Alfred Kerr, Harry Graf Kessler, Annette Kolb, and Siegfried Kracauer. The NR provided one of the few forums ( albeit ...
Encyclopedia of Censorship (2009)
by Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides
Thomas and Heinrich Mann, Lion Feuchtwanger, Jakob Wassermann, Arnold and Stefan Zweig, ERICH MARIA REMARQUE, Walther Rathenau, Albert Einstein, Alfred Kerr, and Hugo Preuss (who had drafted the Weimar Constitution ).
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