Ludger Heid

Ludger Heid, Dr. Phil.Habil, is a lecturer at the Universities of Duisburg/Essen and Potsdam. He has published Maloche—nicht Mildtütigkeit. Ostjüdische Arbeiter in Deutschland, 1914–1923 (1995) and Oskar Cohn. Ein Sozialist und Zionist im Kaiserreich und in der Weimarer Republik (2002). He edited Eduard Bernstein: “Ich bin der Letzte, der dazu schweigt.” Texte in jüdischen Angelegenheiten (2004) and “Das nenne ich ein haltbares Bündnis.” Arnold Zweig/Beatrice Zweig und Ruth Klinger. Briefwechsel (1936–1962) (2005).

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