Herniu und der blinde Asni

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  • Title: Herniu und der blinde Asni
  • Author: Ludwig Renn
  • ISBN: 002070
  • Page: 447
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    1. Ludwig Renn 22 April 1889 in Dresden 21 July 1979 in Berlin was a German author Born a Saxon nobleman, he later became a committed communist and lived in East Berlin.Ludwig Renn was the assumed name of Arnold Vieth von Gol enau who was born into a noble Saxon family whose family seat was in Gol en Niederlausitz He adopted the name Ludwig Renn in 1930, after becoming a communist, renouncing his noble title and taking the name of the hero of his first successful novel, Krieg 1928 His mother, Bertha, maiden name Raspe 1867 1949 was the daughter of a Moscow apothecary, whilst his father, Carl Johann Vieth von Gol enau 1856 1938 , was a teacher of mathematics and physics at the Royal Court of Saxony in Dresden Through him, Ludwig Renn came to know the Crown Prince of Saxony, Prince Friedrich August Georg von Sachsen 1865 1932 , later King Friedrich August III, who was destined to be the last King of Saxony after the 1918 Revolution.From 1911 Renn served as an officer in a prestigious Saxon Guards Regiment, where he served under his friend Prince Friedrich August Between 1914 and 1918 he fought in the First World War as a company commander, and a field battalion commander on the Western Front His first book, Krieg War , which appeared in 1928 brought him wide acclaim After the war he was a captain in the Dresden security police, a paramilitary force set up during the Weimar Republic In 1920 during the Kapp Putsch, Renn refused to open fire upon striking revolutionary workers and left the police service shortly afterwards This is recounted in the novel Nachkrieg 1930 but confirmed as a fact by some sources.From 1920 to 1923 Renn studied law, economics, history of art and Russian philology in G ttingen and Munich In 1923 he worked as an art dealer in Dresden during the time of hyperinflation.During 1925 and 1926 Renn undertook a journey on foot through Europe and the Near East In 1927 he undertook further studies in archaeology, art history and Chinese history in Vienna, returning to Germany in the same year to give lectures to workers on the history of China and Russia at the Volkshochschule Zwickau.In 1928, the year in which he published Krieg, Renn became a member of the German Communist Party, a step which the novel Nachkrieg 1930 reflects In the same year he joined the Roter Frontk mpferbund Alliance of Red Front Fighters and from 1928 to 1932 was secretary of the Alliance of Proletarian Revolutionary Writers in Berlin BPRS Renn was editor of the communist journal, Linkskurve and the communist military police journal, Aufbruch His work for the BPRS brought him into close contact with, amongst others, Anna Seghers and Johannes R Becher.Renn s growing commitment to communism saw him travel to the USSR in 1929 and 1930 Renn found himself increasingly under attack from the National Socialists and decided to renounce his noble title in 1930, adopting the name of the hero of his novel, Krieg Ludwig Renn Between 1931 and 1932 he was a lecturer on the history of warfare and military theory at the Marxist Workers School MASCH in Berlin 2 His books Nachkrieg 1930 and Ru landfahrten 1932 made him the most important German communist writer of the inter war period.In 1933 following the burning of the Reichstag, new laws designed to strengthen Aldolf Hitler s rise to power were passed and Renn was arrested together with Carl von Ossietzky und Ernst Torgler and sentenced to 30 months imprisonment in January 1934.On his release in August 1935 he travelled to Spain where from July 1936 he joined the International Brigades who fought in support of the Spanish Republican cause as Chief of Staff for the 11th Brigade During his service in Spain he spent time with Ernest Hemingway He wrote an account of his time in his work, Der spanische Krieg 1955 but was unable to name Hemingway, referring to him only as an American because of the ideological condemnation o


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