The International Relations of Thomas Mann in Early Cold War Germany

  title={The International Relations of Thomas Mann in Early Cold War Germany},
  author={K. Marcus},
  journal={New Global Studies},
  pages={49 - 63}
  • K. Marcus
  • Published 2014
  • History
  • New Global Studies
Abstract As one of the most widely-respected German writers of the twentieth century, Thomas Mann (1875–1955) was a key figure in supporting and communicating the idea of a free and democratic Germany during a period of enormous international tension and conflict. While a professor of literature at Princeton (1938–41) and a resident of Los Angeles (1941–52), he became a highly active participant in the war effort, giving anti-fascist speeches around the country and recording a series of… Expand


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