Publishing House Contact and Its Support for Authors in the Second World War

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Abstract

The name of publishing house Contact is associated with Anne Frank’s diary, of which Contact was the first publisher. In this article, Lisa Kuitert shows how Contact, established in 1933, operated during the Second World War. Although Contact was not a publisher for the resistance, both of its publishing directors, in various ways, supported authors who had been banned from publishing. The means also existed for them to do this because precisely in these five years, the publisher did well financially.

Publishing House Contact and Its Support for Authors in the Second World War

in Quaerendo

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