The publisher Walter Landauer was born in Berlin in 1902. When working as an editor for the Gustav-Kiepenheuer-Verlag in Frankfurt, he was forced to emigrate, and he worked at Allert de Lange Verlag in Amsterdam, publishing the works of German writers in exile, such as Joseph Roth. Walter Landauer was deported in 1943 and died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944.
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Walter Landauer, Leo Baeck Institute, F 37804.