Frederick Ungar Publishing Company

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Frederick Ungar Publishing Company
Status Defunct
Founded 1940
Founder Frederick Ungar
Successor Continuum Publishing Company
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York City
Publication types Books

Frederick Ungar Publishing Company was a New York publisher which was founded in 1940, and acquired by Continuum Publishing Company in 1985.[1] Founder Frederick Ungar (who also translated over 200 works), fled Vienna, where he had worked as a publisher since 1922, for New York in 1939 in the face of Nazi occupation. He died in 1988.[2]

The company published over 2,000 titles, including many reference books.[2][3] Translations of Thomas Mann and Erich Fromm assisted in making those works more popular in the United States.[4]

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