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The Novelist Lion Feuchtwanger (1884-1958) By Harold von Hofe Feuchtwanger Memorial Library University of Southern California
Postface au 'Diable en France' - Nachwort (frz.) zu 'Der Teufel in Frankreich' - Lion Feuchtwanger
Afterward/Postface to The Devil in France/Le Diable en France
(in French), Jean-Claude Capèle's afterword to Lion Feuchtwanger's account of his experiences in Vichy France

Eleanor Roosevelt (National First Ladies' Library's indispensable reference site) 

Myths of a Great Artistic Migration: Following the Flight of Chagall, Dali, Ernst et al. by Robin Cembalest, Feb. 21, 1997 Beginning of the article The Forward, available for purchase from Northern Lights

LACMA Press Release (no longer online), Exiles and Emigrés: The Flight of European Artists from Hitler (1/17/97) on the excellent exhibit curated by Stephanie Barron of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Review exhibit catalogue by Merle Schipper

A Cultural Gift by Hitler, by Robert Hughes, Time Magazine, March 24, 1997

Dr. Albert O. Hirschman)Harvard University Press/Fall 1995 Books/A Propensity to Self-Subversion by Dr. Albert Hirschman
The prominent economist and thinker was a close colleague of Varian Fry's in Marseille (nicknamed Beamish in Fry's memoirs). This stimulating collection contains reflections on Hirschman's experiences during that time.

Berliner Morgenpost Online article (in German) on Dr. Albert Hirschman

Die 'Cahiers du Sud': Das zweite Gesicht Marseilles, article (in German) by Bettina Krüger on the important intellectual Marseille periodical "Cahiers du sud," with references to Varian Fry and the rescue effort. "Clients" of Fry's Centre américain de secours contributed to the Cahiers du sud

Information on Jacques Hérold (hyperlink lost), artist who was turned down by the Fry Committee, but survived.

Disciple Without Profit, article by Walter Sorrell on Karl Frucht, who was a refugee in Marseille in 1940-41 and worked with Varian Fry

Memories of Stanton ("Tod") Catlin, close friend of Varian Fry's, interviewed for upcoming And Crown Thy Good shortly before his death in 1998.




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