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Mathematicians Fleeing from Nazi Germany by Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze

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APPENDIX 1

Lists of Emigrated (after 1933), Murdered, and Otherwise Persecuted German-Speaking Mathematicians (as of 2008)PRELIMINARY REMARKS ON THE SOURCES AND SPECIAL SYMBOLISM USED FOR THE LISTS IN APPENDIX 1

THE FOLLOWING lists are based on published and unpublished sources. The sources are quoted as before in the text from the bibliography or from archives or left papers with the abbreviations introduced (such as OVP for Oswald Veblen Papers, Library of Congress). Mentioning one of the latter implies that a file on the respective person is kept there. EC-N means there is a file at EC on the refugee, however, as a nongrantee. Among the published sources addressing the fate of the persecuted mathematicians collectively, Pinl (1969/72) and ...

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