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The World of Yesterday

Stefan Zweig
As a Viennese star witness and avid European, Stefan Zweig writes longingly about the heyday of the old continent until it burnt in the hellfire of World War II.
The lesson Zweig teaches you is as beautiful as it is painful. „My today is so much different than all my yesterdays; I have risen and fallen so often, that sometimes I feel as if I have lived not just one but several lives. read more

Good Living Street: Portrait of a Patron Family, Vienna 1900

Tim Bonyhady
A sociogram of a lost world. Made up of diaries, letters, eyewitness memories and documents from Viennese archives, Tim Bonyhady tells the story of the life of his ancestors, a Viennese Jewish dynasty, and the art scene around 1900.

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