Hunegs: ‘Fighting the Fires of Hate’
Imperial and Weimar Germany were near the apex of scientific and cultural achievement in the first three decades of the 20th century.
From 1901-1932, Germany boasted some 40 Nobel Prize winners including such luminaries as Thomas Mann, Albert Einstein and Adolf Ritter Von Baeyer.
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