by Magali Perrault In 1922, the Austrian novelist of Jewish origin Hugo Bettauer published in Vienna a satirical novel entitled Die Stadt ohne Juden: Ein Roman von Übermorgen (The City Without Jews: A Novel about the Day after Tomorrow). In this highly controversial and prophetic work, Bettauer imagines that a newly elected politician orders the […]

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