In the autumn of 1940 the British radio broadcaster BBC asked the German Nobel Prize for Literature, Thomas Mann, to write short radio lectures in his exile in California, which were broadcast to Nazi Germany. By the end of the war, Mann had written 55 speeches. The sponsoring association of the Thomas Mann House meeting place in Los Angeles has taken up the
Not a born democrat, but one who was convinced: Thoughts on the allegedly apolitical author Thomas Mann.
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