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A fascinating study of European refugees to Britain in the 1930s. This lively book presents an array of colourful portraits of the refugees who escaped Nazism and made a lasting mark on the intellectual and cultural life of Britain. These "Hitler emigres" helped create the Glyndebourne and Edinburgh festivals, the film "The Red Shoes," the magazine "Picture Post," the art publishers Phaidon and Thames & Hudson, the Amadeus Quartet, and the architecture of the Penguin Pool at London Zoo. They included artists, architects, ...

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The Hitler Emigres 2002, Chatto & Windus, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780701168803

Hardcover