History, Imagination, Exile
Edited By Paul Lerner and Frank Stern
List of Figures
Figure 1. Lion Feuchtwanger, “Stellung zum Judentum. Rede vor Rabbis,” Folder D8a-40 (1940).
Figure 2. S. Sagall, “Feuchtwanger. Jewish Past and Future” (1936 or 1937).
Figure 3. Lion Feuchtwanger, “Are the Jews a Nation? The Marvel of a Vitalising Race that Has Defied History” (1927?).
Figure 4. Lion Feuchtwanger, “Einleitungsvortrag für die OSE” (date unknown).
Figure 5. Lion Feuchtwanger, “German Jews 1933 – Rede London Dez 1933,” LF D8a-33.
Figure 6. Lion Feuchtwanger, “Speech at the Occasion of the World’s Fair in the Palestine Pavilion 1940,” LF D8a-39.
Figure 7. Marta Feuchtwanger, “Why I am a Jew?” April 15, 1971, MF Collection, Box 117.
Figure 8. Volumes from Feuchtwanger’s and Sholem Aleichem’s collected works in Russian on display in the Moscow Jewish Museum. Photograph courtesy of Timmy Straw.
Figure 9. Boris Suchkov’s letter to Feuchtwanger, October 30, 1943. Courtesy of Feuchtwanger Memorial Library. Photograph by Marat Grinberg.
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