Verbrannte Bücher, verstummte Stimmen (Teil 2)

Created by maluca on 25 Jun 2021 | Last edited by maluca on 17 Jul 2021
Verbrannte Bücher, verstummte Stimmen (Teil 2)

Burned books, silenced voices.
A collection of authors and artists who were persecuted and forbidden by the Nazis in Germany.
Right after their rise to power they started to remove books they deemed "un-german" from public libraries and bookstores. Between March and October 1933 thousands of books were burned ritually in public bonfires and in the following years many artists had to leave the country. The books targeted for burning were those viewed as being subversive or as representing ideologies opposed to Nazism. These included books written by Jewish, pacifist, religious, liberal, anarchist, socialist, communist authors, and those who spoke out about gender and sexuality among others. These works could no longer be found in libraries or in the curricula of schools or universities.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_book_burnings
Composers and singers were equally persecuted, their music was not played in public anymore, many were forced to emigrate or committed suicide, others were imprisoned and murdered.
Also included in the list are resistance fighters and prisoners of concentration camps who wrote poems and songs about the horrors of the crimes against humanity commited during the Nazi reign and the resistance against it.

See also: Verbrannte Bücher, verstummte Stimmen, Verbrannte Bücher, verstummte Stimmen (Teil 3)

Burned books, silenced voices.
A collection of authors and artists who were persecuted and forbidden by the Nazis in Germany.
Right after their rise to power they started to remove books they deemed "un-german" from public libraries and bookstores. Between March and October 1933 thousands of books were burned ritually in public bonfires and in the following years many artists had to leave the country. The books targeted for burning were those viewed as being subversive or as representing ideologies opposed to Nazism. These included books written by Jewish, pacifist, religious, liberal, anarchist, socialist, communist authors, and those who spoke out about gender and sexuality among others. These works could no longer be found in libraries or in the curricula of schools or universities.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_book_burnings
Composers and singers were equally persecuted, their music was not played in public anymore, many were forced to emigrate or committed suicide, others were imprisoned and murdered.
Also included in the list are resistance fighters and prisoners of concentration camps who wrote poems and songs about the horrors of the crimes against humanity commited during the Nazi reign and the resistance against it.

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2. David Vogel Artist

Country:  Ukraine

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Hebrew

3. Ceija Stojka Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

5. Friedrich Schwarz Artist

Country:  Austria

Language:  German

6. Liuba Lewicka Artist

Country:  Lithuania

Language:  Yiddish

8. Martin Niemöller Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

9. Walter Hammer Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

10. Rudolf Grosse Artist

Country:  Germany

Language:  German

Popular song:  Auf, Jungens, auf!

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Singer-songwriter

Language:  Polish

12. Fritz Löhner-Beda Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  BuchenwaldliedKindermärchenBuna-Lied

13. Jura Soyfer Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Folk

Language:  German

14. Walter Lindenbaum Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

15. Erika Taube Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  HassMärchenErfüllung

16. Carlo Sigmund Taube Artist

Genre:  Classical

Language:  German

Popular song:  Ein jüdisches Kind

17. Walter Dehmel Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

18. Lin Jaldati Artist

Country:  Netherlands

Language:  German

Popular song:  Der heimliche Aufmarsch

19. Karl Ettlinger Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  German (central dialects), German

20. Alma Johanna Koenig Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

21. Oldřich Böhm Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Czech

Popular song:  Vídeňský vlak

22. Adele Jellinek Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Brot und Rosen

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

24. Leo Straus Artist

Country:  Austria

Genres:  Comedy, Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Als ob

25. Benedikt Fantner Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  Die BanknoteErinnernHunger

26. Franz Kafka Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

27. Max Brod Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

28. Petr Ginz Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Czech

Popular songs:  Vzpomínka na PrahuPolární

29. Hanuš Hachenburg Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Czech

Popular songs:  TerezínDětemMá zem

30. Petr Kien Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

31. Gertrud Groag Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

32. Otto Pick Artist

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Noch immer...

33. Gertrud Kantorowicz Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  Amor Fati IIAmor Fati IIIDas Sterben

34. Gerty Spies Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

35. Gola Mire Artist

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Hebrew

36. Karl Wolfskehl Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  An die DeutschenDer AbgesangAdonis

37. Margarete Susman Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

38. Theodore Bikel Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Folk

Languages:  Hebrew, English, Yiddish

39. Walter Mehring Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

40. Theodor Lessing Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

41. Otto Abeles Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

42. John Höxter Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

43. Ödön von Horváth Artist

Country:  Hungary

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

44. Rudolf Borchardt Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

45. Franz Hessel Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

46. Paul Morgan Artist

Country:  Austria

Language:  German

Popular song:  Das Rothschildlied

47. Wolfgang Szepansky Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

48. Hermann Adler Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  Nacht 1943RabenDie Zyankali-Jungen

49. Maria Günzl Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

50. Günther Anders Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

51. Zofia Górska Artist

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  Polish, German

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  Polish, German

Popular songs:  NiepokójWędrowałabym...Die Fremde

53. France Audoul Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

Popular song:  Le monstrueux voyage

54. Emil Arnold-Holm Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  SchlafliedDer VerirrteDie Judengasse

55. Jimmy Berg Artist

Country:  Austria

Genres:  Comedy, Poetry

Language:  German

56. Eva Aschner Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Wellenlänge 450

57. Friedrich Bergammer Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

58. Robert Braun Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  Das ZielLange vor dem Ende 1938

59. Stefanie Kunke Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

60. Charlotte Delbo Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Polish

62. Robert Breuer Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

63. Erwin Chargaff Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

64. Kurt Schwitters Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  German, English, Dutch

Popular songs:  An Anna BlumeUrsonateSo, so

65. Siegfried Einstein Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

67. Dagmar Hilarová Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Czech

Popular song:  Máj 1945

Country:  Netherlands

Genre:  Singer-songwriter

Language:  Dutch

69. Krystyna Żywulska Artist

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  Polish, German

Popular songs:  Tanz, MädchenApelMarsz o Wolności

70. Katarina Miklav Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Winter

71. Denyse Clairouin Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  German, French

Popular songs:  Die FabrikReimeL'appel

72. Käthe Leichter Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

73. Felix Grafe Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

74. Eugenie Fink Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  GegenwartTraumgangGebet

75. Adolf Unger Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  GursVier Zeilen vom Brot

76. Thekla Merwin Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Arbeiterschicksal

77. Alfred Grünewald Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

78. Marianne Rein Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  Der DulderKindheit

79. Micheline Maurel Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

80. Felicie Mertens Artist

Country:  Belgium

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  German, French

Popular songs:  Lettre à ma filleDie JüdinTraumbild

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

82. Anna Stiegler Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Anklage und Versprechen

83. Ernst Weiß Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Der bunte Dämon

84. Jacky Brun Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

85. Adam Kuckhoff Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

86. Reinhold Schneider Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

87. Maria Rutkowska Artist

Country:  Poland

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  German, Polish

Popular songs:  AnkunftAufseherin K.Allegro

88. Anička Kvapilová Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Languages:  Czech, German

Popular songs:  Der TagKrajícku chlepa

89. Robert Desnos Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

90. Jens Emil Mungard Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  Other

91. Rosebery d’Arguto Artist

Country:  Poland

Language:  German

Popular song:  Jüdischer Todessang

92. Eva Lippold Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular songs:  O bittre ZeitWiegenlied

93. H. G. Adler Artist

Country:  Czech Republic

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

94. Joseph E. Drexel Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Krieg

95. Johanna Spector Artist

Country:  Latvia

Language:  German

Popular songs:  TraumZur Arbeit

96. Jean Cayrol Artist

Country:  France

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  French

97. Immanuel Weißglas Artist

Country:  Romania

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Er

98. Max Fleischer Artist

Country:  Austria

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

99. Emma Kann Artist

Country:  Germany

Genre:  Poetry

Language:  German

Popular song:  Heimatlos

Burned books, silenced voices.
A collection of authors and artists who were persecuted and forbidden by the Nazis in Germany.
Right after their rise to power they started to remove books they deemed "un-german" from public libraries and bookstores. Between March and October 1933 thousands of books were burned ritually in public bonfires and in the following years many artists had to leave the country. The books targeted for burning were those viewed as being subversive or as representing ideologies opposed to Nazism. These included books written by Jewish, pacifist, religious, liberal, anarchist, socialist, communist authors, and those who spoke out about gender and sexuality among others. These works could no longer be found in libraries or in the curricula of schools or universities.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_book_burnings
Composers and singers were equally persecuted, their music was not played in public anymore, many were forced to emigrate or committed suicide, others were imprisoned and murdered.
Also included in the list are resistance fighters and prisoners of concentration camps who wrote poems and songs about the horrors of the crimes against humanity commited during the Nazi reign and the resistance against it.

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malucamaluca    Mon, 05/07/2021 - 06:30

Quellen:
http://www.echospore.de/1_A_0.shtml
https://www.editionvirgines.de/uploads/images/PDF/Gedichte_Ist%20es%20Fr...
http://www.musiques-regenerees.fr/GhettosCamps/MusiqueCamps2.html
https://www.fondationresistance.org/documents/cnrd/Doc00141.pdf
http://www.fundacjawiarus.pl/16-wiadomosci/84-komunikat-2
https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bbm%3A978-3-476-02746-7%2F1.pdf
http://www.tenhumbergreinhard.de/taeter-und-mitlaeufer/lieder-und-gedich...
http://www.chants-protestants.com/index.php/chants-camps-de-concentration
https://levenshorizonten.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/getto-compl.pdf
https://collections.ushmm.org/findingaids/1992.A.0034.1_01_fnd_en.pdf

Bücher:
Felicja Karay: Wir lebten zwischen Granaten und Gedichten. Das Frauenlager der Rüstungsfabrik HASAG im Dritten Reich
Gila Flam: Singing for Survival. Songs of the Lodz Ghetto, 1940-45
Migdal, Ulrike [Hrsg.]: Und die Musik spielt dazu: Chansons und Satiren aus dem KZ Theresienstadt
An den Wind geschrieben. Lyrik der Freiheit 1933-1945. Gesammelt, ausgewählt und eingeleitet von Manfred Schlösser unter Mitarbeit von Hans-Rolf Ropertz
Dorothea Heiser [Hrsg.]: My Shadow in Dachau: Poems by Victims and Survivors of the Concentration Camp