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Carola Neher (1900–1942)

An ardent supporter of the KPD, the German communist party, Neher left Germany shortly after the Nazi took over and emigrated to Prague, then to Moscow where she appeared on the stage as a cabaret artiste. In the spring of 1936, Anatol Becker, Neher's husband -also an ardent communist, was arrested and imprisoned on charges of "Terrorist ... See full bio »

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The 3 Penny Opera
(1931)
Zärtlichkeit
Zärtlichkeit Marthe Ellmer - Schauspielerin
(1930)
The Mysteries of a Hairdresser's Shop
(1923)

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 1931 The 3 Penny Opera
Polly
 1930 Zärtlichkeit
Marthe Ellmer - Schauspielerin
 1923 The Mysteries of a Hairdresser's Shop (Short)
junge Dame im Cafe
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She emigrated to Prague, where she worked at the New German Theater, but went on to the Soviet Union in 1934, where she met Gustav von Wangenheim and worked with him at his German language cabaret Kolonne Links. In 1936, throughout the Great Purge, Wangenheim denounced Neher and her husband, Anatol Becker, as Trotskyites, she was arrested on July 25, 1936. Becker was executed in 1937; Neher was ... See more »

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