website provides information about Lion Feuchtwanger, his vast library
(the Lion Feuchtwanger Memorial Library), detailed descriptions of his
archive, and selective facsimiles of archival material available in the
Feuchtwanger Memorial Library. The collection also includes photographs,
film footage, and audio recordings.
(1884-1958) was a German Jewish emigre writer who fled Europe during
World War II and lived in Los Angeles from 1941 until his death.
Learn more about this year's Vision and Voices projects of the Feuchtwanger Memorial Library
"Enemy Number One" Lion Feuchtwanger and the Literature of Exile
"Enemy Number One" A Tour and Performance at Villa Aurora
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Exiled German Intellectuals in Los Angeles
Researching German Exiles
Art at Villa Aurora
Recent Acquisitions (currently not available)