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  • Vicki Baum - Wikipedia

    Drawing of Vicki Baum by Emil Stumpp, 1930. Commemorative tablet for Vicki Baum, unveiled in 1989 at the site of the house she lived in at Königsallee 45, Berlin. Hedwig (Vicki) Baum ( Hebrew : ויקי באום ‎; January 24, 1888 – August 29, 1960) was an Austrian writer.

  • Vicki Baum - IMDb

    Vicki Baum was born on January 24, 1888 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary as Hedwig Baum. She was a writer, known for The Great Flamarion (1945), Week-End at the Waldorf (1945) and The Night Is Young (1935).

  • Vicki Baum (Author of Grand Hotel) - Goodreads

    Vicki Baum (penname of Hedwig Baum) was born in a Jewish family in Vienna, Austria. She moved to the United States in 1932 and when her books were banned in the Third Reich in 1938, she started publishing in English.

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  • Vicki Baum | American author |

    Austria, largely mountainous landlocked country of south-central Europe. Together with Switzerland, it forms what has been characterized as the neutral core of Europe, notwithstanding Austria’s full membership since 1995 in the supranational European Union (EU).

  • Vicki Baum | Jewish Women's Archive

    Born in Vienna on January 24, 1888, to Hermann, a tyrannical, hypochondriac father (a bank clerk who was killed in 1942 in Novi Sad by soldiers of the Hungarian occupation), and a mentally ill mother, Mathilde (née Donat), Vicki Baum grew up in a home in which reading was considered a “secret vice.”

  • Vicki Baum - Frauen-BiographieForschung |

    Vicki Baum wrote of her time in Hanover: “They were good years in spite of the daily, even hourly inflation and the intensified recurrence of hunger and cold” (B 328). She found the city “ugly and unappealing” (B 327), but at the same time, as the center of the avant-garde in art, music and dance, incredibly stimulating.

  • Vicki Baum – New York Review Books

    Vicki Baum (1888–1960) was born into an affluent Jewish family in Vienna. Her childhood was dominated by a depressed mother and an authoritarian, hypochondriac father, who discouraged her early forays into literature.

  • Hotel Berlin '43: Vicki Baum: Books

    Hotel Berlin '43 [Vicki Baum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The protagonist in Hotel Berlin is the actress Lisa Dorn (played brillantly by Andrea King in the movie of the same name). Dorn is a star in Hitler's Reich. While the bombs are dropping over Berlin she continues playing to a full house.

  • Grand Hotel by Vicki Baum

    Grand Hotel is a novel written by Vicki Baum and published in 1930. Although the book may be more than 80 years old, it still stands the test of time with themes and situations that you may find in a modern novel or movie.

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