For 17 years Editor of the “Vossische Zeitung,” Germanys oldest and most important newspaper. At present Editor of the “Pariser Tageblatt.”
One of the most colorful figures of pre-Hitler Germany, Dr. Bernhard played a triple role in her destiny as Journalist, Statesman and Economist.
Among the first 33 listed to be deprived of their citizenship rights when Hitler came into power, no German is more feared and hated by the Nazis than Dr. Bernhard because of his importance and great influence both in Germany and abroad.
Georg Bernhard is the most important journalist ever to appear on any lecture platform. He is coming to the United States for a brief visit and will be available for lectures during January and February.
For open dates, terms, ETC.
Write at Once to: Bralans Lecture Bureau 123 William Street New York City
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