Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer

Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer (30 December 1878, in Budapest – 12 April 1962, in Munich) was an Austrian novelist, poet and playwright. Later based in Germany, he belonged to a group of writers that included the likes of Hans Grimm, Rudolf G. Binding, Emil Strauß, Agnes Miegel and Hanns Johst, all of whom found favour under the Nazis. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature five times. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1953
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1928
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1966
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1933
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1920
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1942
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1936
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1935
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1934
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1928
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1942
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1929
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1954
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1929
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1934
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by Kolbenheyer, Erwin Guido
Published 1922
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