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Rosenberg, Arthur, 1889-1943

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Personal name headingRosenberg, Arthur, 1889-1943
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See alsoAlternate identity: Historikus, 1889-1943
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Birth date1889-12-19
Death date1943-02-07
Place of birthBerlin (Germany)
Place of deathNew York (N.Y.)
AffiliationFriedrich-Wilhelms-Universita╠łt Berlin
University of Liverpool
Brooklyn College
Profession or occupationAuthors College teachers Historians
Found inHis Entstehung und Geschichte der Weimarer Republik, 1984: t.p. (Arthur Rosenberg) p. 2 (1889-1943)
LC in RLIN, 7/06/87 (hdg.: Rosenberg, Arthur, 1889-1943)
Kessler, M. Arthur Rosenberg, c2003 p. 288 (Arthur Rosenberg, author under the pseudonym Historikus of Der Faschismus als Massenbewegung, first publ. in 1934)
Wikipedia, July 13, 2020 (Arthur Rosenberg; Arthur Rosenberg (1889-1943) was a German Marxist historian and writer; he was born in Berlin on 19 December 1889; he was an expert in Roman constitutional history and held a Ph. D. (1911) in ancient history and archeology; he taught at the University of Berlin and served as the head of an organization called the League of Rights of Man; when the Nazi Party came to power in 1933 Rosenberg was dismissed from his university post due to his Jewish ethnicity; he emigrated first to Switzerland before moving on to the United Kingdom; from 1934 to 1937 Rosenberg taught history at the University of Liverpool; he moved the United States in 1937 to take a professorship at Brooklyn College, where he taught and wrote until the end of his life; he died 7 February 1943 in New York City)