Nazi-banned Novel About German Street Teens Is Still Shrouded in Mystery

It is still not clear what happened to Ernst Haffner, who wrote 'Blood Brothers' in 1932 and disappeared, or why the Nazis burned his seemingly nonpolitical book about youth in 1930s' Germany.

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When “Blood Brothers,” a novel by Ernst Haffner, was rediscovered in Berlin two years ago, 81 years after it was first published, it received rave reviews and garnered the lion’s share of attention literary...