He was as controversial as the time that he lived in. Some considered him to be part of a revolution and a friend of marchers. For others, he was a snob, cynic, and a nihilist. The most renowned German writer of his time.

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Christoph Bantzer ...
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James de Rothschild
Ulla Berkévicz ...
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Rosemarie Fendel ...
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Frederic Chopin
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Campe
Horst-Christian Beckmann ...
Salomon Heine
Ekkehardt Belle ...
Pierre
Johanna Elbauer ...
Betty Rothschild
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Gerhard Garbers ...
Lauber
Peter Kaghanovitch ...
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Hansjoachim Krietsch ...
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He was as controversial as the time that he lived in. Some considered him to be part of a revolution and a friend of marchers. For others, he was a snob, cynic, and a nihilist. The most renowned German writer of his time.

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1 January 1978 (West Germany)  »

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Heinrich Heine - Das Leben ist weder Zweck noch Mittel: Das Leben ist ein Recht  »

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