Karl Otto Paetel

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Karl Otto Paetel (23 November 1906, Berlin – 4 May 1975, New York) was a German political journalist. During the 1920s he was a prominent exponent of National Bolshevism. During the 1930s he became a member of anti-Nazi German resistance.

Biography[edit]

Karl Otto Paetel was born on 23 November 1906 in Berlin. He attended the Siemens-Oberrealschule where he got involved in the Köngener Bund. Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Berlin. Paetel became a leader of the movement In 1930 he became co-editor of Die Kommenden with Ernst Jünger.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Karl M. Otto Paetel Papers, 1907-1984 , accessed 17 December 2011