Hermann Budzislawski and the Twentieth Century

Daniel Siemens discusses one of Germany’s most ostracized public intellectuals of the twentieth century: Hermann Budzislawski, a German-born Jewish publicist, politician and later professor of journalism. Image courtesy of Daniel Siemens


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