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    Erika Julia Hedwig Mann (9 November 1905 – 27 August 1969) was a German actress and writer, daughter of the novelist Thomas Mann. Erika lived a bohemian lifestyle in Berlin and became a critic of National Socialism.

  2. Erika Julia Hedwig Mann (9 de novembro de 1905 em Munique, 27 de agosto de 1969 em Zurique) foi uma atriz, artista de cabaré, escritora e editora alemã. Em 1933 fundou o cabaré político Die Pfeffermühle e trabalhou com palestras – como escritora e jornalista mesmo depois de emigrar para os Estados Unidos - contra o nazismo.

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    • 9 de novembro de 1905, Munique
  3. Erika Julia Hedwig Mann (* 9. November 1905 in München; † 27. August 1969 in Zürich) war eine deutsche Schauspielerin, Kabarettistin, Schriftstellerin und Lektorin.

  4. 9 de nov. de 2015 · Erika Mann was the eldest daughter of Thomas Mann and a prominent anti-fascist writer and journalist. She married W.H. Auden in error, founded a cabaret in Zurich, reported on the Spanish Civil War and the Nuremberg Trials, and returned to Germany after the war.

  5. Erika Mann era filha do escritor alemão Thomas Mann. Antes de 1933 teve uma vida cheia de aventuras pelo mundo fora, na companhia do seu irmão Klaus, de que resultou, por exemplo, o livro Rundherum.

  6. Erika Mann (1905–1969) was the eldest daughter of novelist Thomas Mann and a lifelong critic of political tyranny. She wrote books, plays, and cabarets, and lived in the United States and Switzerland during the Nazi and Cold War periods.

  7. In exile, Erika Mann, the oldest daughter of Thomas Mann, became an eloquent, tireless campaigner against the ideology and crimes of National Socialism. As a drama pupil of Max Reinhardt, Erika Mann enjoyed numerous engagements at theatres in the Weimar Republic from the mid-1920s.