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by Ernst Von Salomon

Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Ernst Von Salomon
ISBN: 0527412023
ISBN13: 978-0527412029
Language: English
Publisher: Periodicals Service Co (June 1, 1985)
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The Outlaws is a 1930 novel by the German writer Ernst von Salomon. Its German title is Die Geächteten, which means "the ostracised".

The Outlaws is a 1930 novel by the German writer Ernst von Salomon. The Outlaws was Salomon's debut novel. It was published in English in 1931, translated by Ian F. D. Morrow.

Ernst von Salomon (25 September 1902 – 9 August 1972) was a Weimar-era ry German writer and right-wing Freikorps member. He was born in Kiel, in the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein, the son of a criminal investigation officer. His ancestors had been members of the French Nobles of the Robe in Alsace about 1700; according to tradition, the dynasty originally came from the Venice aristocracy.

In his autobiography The Answers of Ernst von Salomon he described how both were mistreated by American soldiers when they were arrested, and called "Nazi swine.

It is November 1918  . In his autobiography The Answers of Ernst von Salomon he described how both were mistreated by American soldiers when they were arrested, and called "Nazi swine. Salomon was imprisoned by the Americans as POW from 1945–1946. The 1940 colonial film Carl Peters, which Salomon wrote the screenplay for, was forbidden by British occupation authorities, because of allegedly being "anti-English".

Ernst Von Salomon He went on to write many books and film scripts.

The Outlaws is a chronicle of the experiences of the men who fought in the Freikorps, but it is also an adventure and a war story about an entire generation of soldiers who loved their homeland more than peace and comfort, and who refused to accept defeat at any price. What we wanted we did not know; but what we knew we did not want. He went on to write many books and film scripts.

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von Salomon’s Outlawsis another text ambiguously straddling the . Eine Politische Biographie. Limburg an der Lahn: San Casciano Verlag.

von Salomon’s Outlawsis another text ambiguously straddling the fact/fiction divide and also a best-seller  . Cited in the English translation I. Morrow, The Outlaws, London, Arktos, 2013 (reprint of original translation, Cape, 1931). Secondary Works Cited. Carl von Ossietsky) ‘Germanisches Café’. Die Weltbühne 26 (2): 123–7. Revolutionär ohne Utopie.

von Salomon’s Outlaws is another text ambiguously straddling the . Die Korrespondenz zwischen Ernst Jünger und Ernst von Salomon. Josef Roth’s Kritik des homo academicus.

von Salomon’s Outlaws is another text ambiguously straddling the fact/fiction divide and also a best-seller. It is about the author’s post-war experiences as a right-wing terrorist, intended to justify such actions in the name of patriotism, in a period of peace which was the war continued by other means. The reception of the book was fundamentally divided along the lines of the political divisions noted above, but contained significant elements of ambiguity. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text.

The Outlaws" is probably the best book I've read on the Freikorps mentality written by a former member. I just realised I was confusing Ernst von Salomon with Franz Pfeffer Von Salomon. What we wanted we did not know but what we knew we did not want!". Anything by Salomon is good, including his "Der Fragebogen" ("The Questionaire"). Works by Ernst Junger ("Storm and Steel") are also good as is Erich Edwin Dwinger. But the question remains: anyone know why Pfeffer von Salomon was replaced as head of the SA? Top. Wayne!?

Comments to eBook The Outlaws
Shan
Well worth owning. Written by a soldier who lived it! These men saved Germany and the west from the Bolsheviks.
Syleazahad
An almost unbelievable account of a young German soldier's return to the Germany that lost the First World War. In his and his comrades' hearts and minds, they have not lost. They are just facing new threats and enemies. Their holy mission is to fight and kill everything they feel threaten the ideals that have been inseminated in them by their commanders during the war. They see communists and social democrats and liberal politicians as deadly enemies and treat them as such. It is a true story. It helps explain how Adolf Hitler's perverted ideas could catch os a they did.
Xanzay
A curiosity about an esoteric spot in history led me to a book strangely relevant to the present. The author was a radicalized youth who joined the private armies of the power vacuum of 1920's Germany. Crossing borders, smuggling arms, and raising money for his terrorist group, this youth was a true believer in his cause and charismatic leader. His violent journey was halted by prison time, but not re-directed. The autobiography ends before what one senses the author felt ultimately redeemed by: the ascendance of the Nazi party. Chilling in light of today's struggle against a new anarchic, metastasized, philosophy of terror among German-born Moslems, this book offers unsettling insight into the minds of men at war with peace. For the student of history it is also an education on why a nation could crave security over liberty, and how Germany could see Hitler as the solution to 20 years of war and terrorism. The ultimate and unintended lesson of this fascinating story: there can be no accommodation with the inebriates of violence, for they despise the freedoms that enable them.
Marr
This book gives an excellent idea of the emotions of the German Freikorps fighters. Von Salomon sums it up with the phrase"What we knew we did not want, What we wanted we did not know". His military 'career' ends with him taking part in a political murder(of Walter Rathenau, a jew) and he spends a long term in prison. An excellent book on the mindset of the right wing in Germany before Hitler. Later von Salomon wrote a history of the Freikorps units and after WWII an apoligia called The Questionaire. Good stuff for those interested in the period.
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