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Urbansky, Sören (2017): Deutschland ja, Hitler nein. In: Osteuropa, Vol. 67, No. 1-2, -26

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Klaus Mehnert turned his back on Germany in the mid-1930s and lived in Moscow, Honolulu, and Shanghai. Although he was never a member of the National-Socialist German Workers' Party and never adopted National-Socialist ideology, Mehnert never saw himself as an emigre either. On account of his loyalty to Germany and his wartime journalism, Mehnert was suspected of being a German spy or a National-Socialist sympathizer. Although the allegations remained unproven, they haunted the German publicist and scholar until the end of his life.

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