This Day in Jewish History / German-Jewish author of 'Jew Suss’ born in Munich
Novelist Lion Feuchtwanger was one of the Third Reich's earliest and most prominent critics, going to exile the day Hitler came to power.
July 7, 1884, is the birthday of the German-Jewish novelist Lion Feuchtwanger, who, as one of the Third Reich’s earliest and most prominent critics, went into exile the day Hitler came to power. Although Feuchtwanger lived for another 25 years, he never returned to Germany.
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