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Ernst Toller (1893–1939)

Ernst Toller was a German Jewish playwright, the son of wealthy parents in the Polish-speaking area of Prussia, and was considered one of the most promising of the German Expressionist dramatic movement. After enlisting in the German army in 1914, the horrors of trench warfare (including a personal spell in hospital) encouraged him to reconsider ... See full bio »

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 1969 Koneitten murskaajat (TV Movie) (play "Die Maschinenstürmer")
 1940 Pastor Hall (story)
 1931 Menschen hinter Gittern (German dialogue)
 1927 Hoppla, wir leben! (play)

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Stage Play: Man and the Masses. Tragedy. Written by Ernst Toller. Translated by Louis H. Untermeyer. Cast: Jacob Ben-Ami (as "The Nameless One, The Spirit of the Masses"), Marling Chilton (as "Third Working Man"), Sidney Dexter (as "Messenger Boy"), William Franklin (as "Second Banker"), Ullrich Haupt (as "The Man/The Woman's Husband"), ... See more »

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