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Mathematicians Fleeing from Nazi Germany by Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze

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List of German-Speaking Mathematicians Persecuted1 in Other Manners (Includes Teachers of Mathematics and Is Probably Incomplete)

AS IN THE LIST 1.1 of emigrants only those who were performing jobs as mathematicians when the Nazis seized power have been included in the following list. Many of them were mathematics teachers (=Ped), which had rather bad chances to emigrate. Their fate after dismissal and the date of their death are usually unknown. Teachers are as a rule not mentioned in the “standard sources,” as defined above. The following list is partly an informed guess on the basis of Tobies (2006) and Toepell (1991). The latter source indicates membership in the DMV (German Mathematicians Association), while the former gives information ...

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