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Eine Jugend in Deutschland

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Title:Eine Jugend in Deutschland
Toller, Ernst   
Published:   1933
Tags:autobiography, non-fiction, politics, Germany

Toller was born, in 1893, into a Jewish family in what is now Poland. He served in the German army during World War I, with serious physical and mental repercussions. Following the war he became active in leftist groups, and served five years in prison for his part in a Communist Party-led insurrection. Toller wrote several modernist plays, and these contributed to him being exiled by the Nazi government in 1933. He wrote this autobiography in exile, when he traveled to Great Britain, Canada and the United States, where he died in 1939. [Suggest a different description.]

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