Joseph Roth - Die Hundert Tage: Roman
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Joseph Roth - Die Hundert Tage: Roman - [Amsterdam - Allert de Lange Verlag - 1948 - Re-issue of 1st edition?] - 296, pp - Cloth binding - 13 x 19,5 cm.
Condition: Good, some wear, a hint of rust on the linen but neat. With contemporary dedication on first free endpaper.
Dutch 'Exil-Ausgabe' from the novel by the Austrian writer Moses Joseph Roth (1894-1939). Book cover design: Paul Urban. Hardcover in a variant of the first edition. On the title page, the imprint 'Tal, Leipzig / Wien, 1936' is covered with a strip of printed AdL paper and the year 1948. Cf. Deutsches Exilarchiv 1933-1945: # 5027 EB56 / 1; Löb p. 230; This version not in Sternfeld / Tiedemann.
¶ The German Emigrant Literature or German Exile Literature existed between 1933 and 1945. It was written by the German writers who were forced to move to other countries in order to continue to publish after the seizure of power by Adolf Hitler in 1933. Before the occupation in 1940, many exile authors, including many Jews and communists, found refuge in the Netherlands.