He was a cofounder of the Kulturbund Deutscher Juden. Bab was a close friend of journalist and theater critic Siegfried Jacobsohn and a key contributor to the early years of the magazine Schaubühne, the later Weltbühne.
He died in Roslyn Heights, New York in 1955.
Around 90 books and biographies about the theater including:
- Der Mensch auf der Bühne
- Works by or about Julius Bab at Internet Archive
- Julius Bab Collection, AR 196 Archival Collection at the Leo Baeck Institute, New York
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