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The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln by Bernard Wasserstein. Revolutionary, spy, missionary, Anglican curate and member of the British parliament, Trebitsch Lincoln was one of the most bizarre figures in modern history. Among this he conned were David Lloyd George, Heinrich Himmler, and J. Edgar Hoover. JC: A con man in how many countries? His. Yad Vashem International Book Prize, Selected work. The British in Palestine: The Mandatory Government and the Arab-Jewish Conflict ; Britain and the Jews of Europe, ; (edited with Frances Malino) The Jews in Modern France; The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln; Herbert Samuel: A Political Life.
A lucid and comprehensive chronicle of the perils of postwar European Jewry. Wasserstein (History/Brandeis Univ.), an authority on wartime British Jewry, again captures the neutral but engaging tone of his award-winning The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln (). He covers the changing complexion over time of how the continent's Holocaust survivors were treated and why. The book Author: Bernard Wasserstein. A3; , John Gross, review of The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln, p. New York Times Book Review, October 7, , Telford Taylor, review of Britain and the Jews of Europe, , pp. 7, 27; J , Julian Symons, review of .
To get magic book to you mailbox every 2 weeks please subscribe to my mailing list, using form below. The Secret Lives of Arthur Cravan" - "The Mysteries of Trebitsch Lincoln: Con-Man, Spy, Counter-Initiate?," New Dawn, # (). Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln was one of the most remarkable adventurers, scoundrels and fraudsters of the 20th century or any other century come to that.. At times in his life, he was an actor, arms dealers, oil speculator, British Liberal MP, vicar and a German spy. At prayer he moved from Judaism to Presbyterianism, ending up as a Buddhist abbot monk.
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The Secret Lives of Trebitsch LincolnCited by: 5. Trebitsch Lincoln was a proselytizer for two Christian denominations, a social researcher,an escaped convict, a winning candidate for Parliament, a German spy, a participant in the Kapp putsch ofand a Buddhist monk/5(10).
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[Bernard Wasserstein] -- Revolutionary, spy, missionary, and conman, Trebitsch Lincoln was one of the most bizarre figures in modern history. A juvenile criminal in his native.
Buy The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln First Edition by Wasserstein (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). The later part of Trebitsch Lincoln's life was governed by a severe manic depressive psychosis that produced alternating rhythms of gloom, pessimism and paranoia on the one hand, and of supernal.
Ironically, The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln marks the final triumph of its subject. Wasserstein, an academic historian who suspects that his book “is. The story of a maniacal, supreme egoist and false messiah who thought himself the cleverest man in the world and is now long-forgotten.
As a self-justifying, self-glorifying scoundrel, Trebitsch Lincoln mayamong his many rolesessentially be seen as a con man whose final dupe was himself; that is, he came to believe his own bill of goods. Lincoln was born Ignacz. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln by Bernard Wasserstein (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
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--Publication info: New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, Bernard Wasserstein, The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln David Lampe and Laszlo Szenasi, The Self-Made Villain: A Biography of Trebitsch Lincoln Ignatius Trebitsch-Lincoln, The Autobiography of. The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln 作者: Bernard Wasserstein 出版社: Penguin Books Ltd 出版年: 页数: 定价: GBP 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Author: Bernard Wasserstein.
Bernard Wasserstein. Wasserstein, Bernard. The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Haven, CT: Yale University Press, From Maioli, Library Journal (via ): "Con man, missionary, freelance spy, Buddhist abbot, international persona non grata, Lincoln was a modern-day Proteus. From his birth in turn-of-the-century Hungary to his final days in the.
Trebitsch Lincoln: Le Plus Grand Aventurier du Siècle. Paris: Les Éditions de France, Nedavah, J. Trebits-Linkoln, Parshat Hayyim So'arim. Tel-Aviv, Trebitsch-Lincoln, J. The Autobiography of an Adventurer. Translated by Emile Burns.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, Wasserstein, Bernard. The Secret Lives of Trebitsch. Bernard Wasserstein is emeritus professor of history at the University of Chicago. His many books include The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln which was awarded the Golden Dagger for non-fiction by the Crime Writers : Bloomsbury Academic.
Bernard Wasserstein is Ulrich and Harriet Meyer Professor of Modern European Jewish History at the University of Chicago. His many previous books include The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln, which was awarded the Golden Dagger for Non-Fiction by the Crime Writers’ Association, and Barbarism and Civilization: A History of Europe in Our Time.
Even so, Trebitsch continued his work for the German and Japanese security services in Shanghai until his death in Source: wikipedia. See also the Trebitsch biography by Bernard Wasserstein: The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln () and articles in the New York Times and The Northern Echo.
The jury will always be out on Trebitsch Lincoln. This article draws on several sources, but chiefly: ‘The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln’ by Bernard Wasserstein (Penguin Books, ) The book is out of print but used copies are easy to find.
His Brilliant Career. Hugh Trevor-Roper. June 2, Issue. The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln by Bernard Wasserstein. Yale University Press, pp., $ Trebitsch Lincoln; drawing by David Levine It sometimes happens, when we are engaged in some grave research, that some marginal figure coming in from outside, irrelevant to our.The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln () was an experiment in biography that drew partly on the models offered by A.
J. A. Symons's The Quest for Corvo and Hugh Trevor-Roper's The Hermit of Peking. The Crime Writers’ Association awarded this book their Golden Dagger for .Tell me about your last book, The Secret Lives of Trebitsch Lincoln, who sounds like the most extraordinary character.
The reason I love this book is because it’s the sort of the story that, as a historian, you dream of stumbling over.