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Ernst Hardt *

a.k.a. Ernst Stockhardt, Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Hardt

Author Code: GERH

Born: May 9, 1876 - Grudzianz, Prussia

Died: Jan. 3, 1947 - Ichenhausen, Germany

Travelled in Europe much in his youth. For a time, he was a journalist in Dresden. From 1919 to 1924, he directed the German National Theatre at Weimar. Then he moved to a similar position at Cologne, but left in 1926 to broadcasting. He was removed from his position in 1933 by the Nazis. His early publications were primarily novelles, but his work covered all aspects of literature. He is probably best remembered today as a gifted playwright, although he also produced some poetry. The Nazis ensured that Hardt's works did not spread by burning his books and banning their publication. By the end of the war, he was in abject poverty. His works include Priester des Todes (1898), Tote Zeit (1898), Bunt ist das Leben (1902), Nino de Leuches (1905), Tristram the Jester (1907), Gudrun (1911), Koning Salamo (1913) and Don Hjalmar (1947).

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