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March 24, 2007



One name to mention is Erich Kaester...he wasn't able to continue with adult books like "Fabian" but many of his best children's books were written during this time.

Another is Ernst Juenger--a true master of the German language.

Basically, any literary work was either censored by the Nazis or is became defamed by association with the Nazis (like Fallada). But certainly plenty of good stuff was written and not necessarily published.


I have been getting interested in this topic again, as I notice people retreating from the political scene into the minutiae of their private lives.
Might write something more about this sometime.

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