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Mit den Erinnerungen eines Europäers hat Stefan Zweig seine persönliche, zugleich eine der besten Analysen der Jahrzehnte zwischen dem ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert und dem 2. Weltkrieg verfasst.

Aus dem Vorwort: "[...] die Zeit gibt die Bilder, ich spreche nur die Worte dazu, und es wird eigentlich nicht so sehr mein Schicksal sein, das ich erzähle, sondern das einer ganzen Generation [...] in diesem halben Jahrhundert hat sich mehr ereignet an radikalen Verwandlungen und Veränderungen als sonst in zehn Menschengeschlechtern, und jeder von uns fühlt: zu vieles fast!" Berührend, gefühlvoll, fesselnd in Szene gesetzt von Schauspieler Peter Vilnai.

©2013 Mono Verlag (P)2013 Mono Verlag

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This audio book is a great reminder of the not so distant history of Europe! As we know, history can repeat, it is therefore a must read book for any and everyone!

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brilliantly insightful and instructive. essential for anyone wanting a deeper understanding of Europe's relentless anguish

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  • 20-07-16

Informative contribution to European history

This book covers a lot of territory--from growing up in the Austrian Empire in the 1890s as the privileged child of a well-to-do Jewish family in Vienna, only to see that world disappear in a series of monumentally stupid political catastrophes (First World War, inflation, advent of Nazism and state-sponsored anti-Semitism, German attack on Poland in 1939). Zweig writes not as a professional historian, but as a private individual who happened to particularly well situated to be an observer and lived through these events.

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  • 12-06-21

Grandios

Eine wunderbare Erinnerung dieses großen Europäers, der besonders die verschwundene Welt des Wien im Österreich-Ungarns vor dem ersten Zusammenbruch der europäischen Zivilisation im ersten Weltkrieg beschreibt.

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  • 07-05-19

excellent

this is one of the best readings I have ever listened to - clear and easy to follow throughout. Strongly recommended.