Fritz Rotter

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Fritz Rotter
Born3 March 1900
Died11 April 1984
Ascona, Switzerland
OccupationWriter, composer

Fritz Rotter (1900–1984) was an Austrian writer and composer.[1] Along with his brother Alfred he owned several Berlin theatres during the Weimar Republic but, due to his Jewish background, was forced to emigrate following the Nazi rise to power in 1933. After emigrating to the US he also used the writing alias M. Rotha ('Mausie Rotha').

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  1. ^ Otte p.246


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