Bruck, Arthur Moeller van den


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  • Arthur Moeller van den Bruck — (auch: Moeller Bruck, eigtl. Moeller; * 23. April 1876 in Solingen; † 30. Mai 1925 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Kulturhistoriker, Staatstheoretiker und völkisch …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arthur Moeller Van Den Bruck — Arthur Moeller van den Bruck, né le 23 avril 1876 à Solingen, en Westphalie, mort le 30 mai 1925 à Berlin, était un historien et un écrivain …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Arthur Moeller van den Bruck — (April 23, 1876 – May 30, 1925) was a German cultural historian and writer, best known for his controversial book Das Dritte Reich (1923). He also published the first full German translation of Dostoyevsky. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • Arthur Moeller van den Bruck — Activités Écrivain Naissance 23 avril 1876 Solingen, Westphalie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Moeller van den Bruck — Arthur Moeller van den Bruck Arthur Moeller van den Bruck (auch: Moeller Bruck, eigtl. Moeller; * 23. April 1876 in Solingen; † 30. Mai 1925 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Kulturhistoriker, Staatstheoretiker und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moeller van den Bruck — Moeller van den Brụck   [ mœlər fan ], Arthur, Schriftsteller, * Solingen 23. 4. 1876, ✝ (Selbstmord) Berlin 30. 5. 1925; übte als geistiger Mittelpunkt des »Juniklubs« einen nachhaltigen Einfluss auf die Jungkonservativen aus. Er bekämpfte… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Moeller van den Bruck, Arthur — (1876 1925)    publicist; an ide ological precursor of National Socialism. He was born to a prosperous home in Solingen; his father (Moeller) was a royal architectural advisor, while his mother (van den Bruck) was Spanish and Dutch by descent.… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Moeller van den Bruck, Arthur — ▪ German author born April 26, 1876, Solingen, Ger. died May 30, 1925, Berlin       German cultural critic whose book Das Dritte Reich (1923; “The Third Empire,” or “Reich”) provided Nazi Germany with its dramatic name.       Moeller left Germany …   Universalium

  • Moeller — is a surname of German origin, and can refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Places 3 Things 4 See also People …   Wikipedia

  • Bruck — may refer to any of the following:People*Charles Bruck (1911 1995), Hungarian French conductor *Dietmar Bruck (born 1949), German footballer *Hermann Brück (1905 2000), German astronomer *Ludwig Bruck, Australian physician medical journalist… …   Wikipedia


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