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Victor Gollancz

Born: 9-Apr-1893
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 8-Feb-1967
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Publisher

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Founder of Victor Gollancz, Ltd.

Military service: British Army (WWI)

Father: Alexander Gollancz (wholesale jeweler)
Wife: Ruth Löwy (m. 1919, five daughters)

    High School: St. Paul's School, London
    University: New College, Oxford University
    Teacher: Repton College

    Victor Gollancz, Ltd. Founder (1927-67)
    Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels 1960
    Knighthood 1965

Author of books:
Industrial Ideals (1920, pamphlet)
Let My People Go: Some Practical Proposals for Dealing with Hitler's Massacre of the Jews and an Appeal to the British Public (1942, pamphlet)
What Buchenwald Really Means (1945, pamphlet)
Our Threatened Values (1946)
Leaving Them to Their Fate: The Ethics of Starvation (1946)
In Darkest Germany (1947)
On Reconciliation (1948, pamphlet)
A Year of Grace: Passages Chosen and Arranged to Express a Mood About God and Man (1950)
My Dear Timothy, an Autobiographical Letter to His Grandson (1952)
More For Timothy (1953)
From Darkness to Light (1956)
The Devil's Repertoire: or, Nuclear Bombing and the Life of Man (1959)
The Case of Adolf Eichmann (1961)
From Darkness to Light (1964)
Journey Towards Music: A Memoir (1964, memoir)
Reminiscences of Affection (1968)


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