Hugo Bettauer

Hugo Bettauer (18 August 1872 – 26 March 1925), born Maximilian Hugo Bettauer, was a prolific Austrian writer and journalist, who was murdered by a Nazi Party follower on account of his opposition to antisemitism. He was well known in his lifetime; many of his books were bestsellers and in the 1920s a number were made into films, most notably ''Die freudlose Gasse'' (''The Joyless Street'', directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1925), which dealt with prostitution, and ''Die Stadt ohne Juden'' (''The City Without Jews'', directed by Hans Karl Breslauer, 1924), a satire against antisemitism. Provided by Wikipedia
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Ein Tag aus dem Leben eines Normalmenschen
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Year: 1922
Publisher: Gloriette-Verl. (Wien)
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Ein Wiener Roman aus unseren Tagen
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Year: 1924
Publisher: Gloriette-Verl. (Wien [u.a.])
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Ein Roman von übermorgen
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Ein Roman von heute
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Roman
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Ein Roman vom Tage
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Der Roman eines Ausgestossenen
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Year: 1922
Publisher: Gloriette Verl. (Wien)
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Roman
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Ein Wiener Roman aus unseren Tagen
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Year: 1980
Publisher: Verl. Hannibal (Salzburg)
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Involved: Bettauer, Hugo
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