Ludwig Winder

Ludwig Winder

Ludwig Winder was born in 1889, the son of a rabbi in the Southern Moravian village of Šafov. He worked as a features editor in Prague for Bohemia amongst other publications, and is the author of several novels, including Die nachgeholten Freuden and Der Kammerdiener. He fled to Great Britain via Poland in 1939 and died in Baldock (Hertfordshire) in 1946.


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The Heir to the Throne

The Heir to the Throne

Archduke Franz Ferdinand was a doting husband and a loving father. He was, however, extremely unpopular, both at the Viennese court and with the public at large, and the mass slaughter of animals ...

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