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Pem, 1901-1972

LC control no.no2008000993
Personal name headingPem, 1901-1972
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Variant(s)Marcus, Paul, 1901-1972
Special noteReal name not used in authorship
Found inStrangers everywhere, 1939: t.p. (Pem)
Und der Himmel hängt voller Geigen, 1955: t.p. (Pem)
"Emigrant sein ist ja kein Beruf" : das Leben des Journalisten Pem, c2007: p. 213 (facsim. of the cover of Heimweh nach dem Kurfürstendamm (1986): Paul Erich Marcus (PEM)) p. 237 (b. 18 Jan. 1901 in Beeskow, Germany) p. 238 (d. 24 Apr. 1972 in London)
LC in OCLC, 3 Jan. 2008 (hdg.: Marcus, Paul Erich; usage: Pem)
Communication from Dr Thomas Willimowski, author of "Emigrant sein ist ja kein Beruf", 3 Nov. 2008: (Pem's real name was Paul Marcus, he had no middle name, the middle name "Erich" is a fabrication that arose in Germany after his death; the title "Heimweh nach dem Kurfürstendamm" was orig. publ. in 1952 under his pseud., but was re-published in 1986 under the incorrect name "Paul Erich Marcus"; his real name is and was mostly unknown to his readers; as a journalist his articles appeared under the name "Pem" but on his three books the name actually appeared as "PEM")
Wikipedia (German), 11 June 2009: under Pem (German journalist and author, "civilian" name Paul Marcus, born 18 Jan. in Beeskow, died 24 Apr. 1972 in London)