Thomas Mann Heads Foreign Section of Cultural Guild
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Thomas Mann Heads Foreign Section of Cultural Guild

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The American Guild for German Cultural Freedom, established to maintain German culture free of racial and political prejudices, announced today formation of a European Senate of Germans prominent in arts and sciences to act as trustees for their less fortunate colleagues.

It is headed by Thomas Mann, the author, whose German citizenship was recently revoked, and includes Heinrich Mann, Prof. Veit Valentin, Pro Max Reinhardt, Bronislaw Huberman, Ennst Toch, Otto Klemperer, Arnold Hoellriegel, Prof. Emil Lederer, Lion Feuchtwanger, Franz Werfel, Steff Zweig, Ernst Toller, Prof. Sigmund Freud, Father Georf Moenius, Prof. Melchior Palyi, Dr. Rudolf Olden and Bruno Frank.

The idea of the guild originated in Prince Hubertus von Lowenstein’s book, “After Hitler’s Fall.”

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