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Helmut Flieg or Hellmuth Fliegel (10 April 1913 – 16 December 2001) was a German writer, known by his pseudonym Stefan Heym. He lived in the United States (or served in its army abroad) between 1935 and 1952, before moving back to the part of his native Germany which was, from 1949 to 1990, the German Democratic Republic (GDR, "East Germany"). He published works in English and German at home and abroad, and despite longstanding criticism of the GDR remained a committed socialist. Heym, Stefan, 1913-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.
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Stefan Heym: The Architects, Daunt Books (German title: Die Architekten, 2000) Stefan Heym was born the son of a Jewish merchant family under the name of Helmut Flieg in Chemnitz in 1913.
Stefan Heym: The Architects, Daunt Books (German title: Die Architekten, 2000). Heym wrote the English version of the book himself. Shortly before the fall of the Wall, Stefan Heym took part in a large demonstration at Alexanderplatz to appeal for a better GDR. Stefan Heym was born the son of a Jewish merchant family under the name of Helmut Flieg in Chemnitz in 1913.
Flag as Inappropriate. Stefan Heym, Five Days in June book essay by Elizabeth Clark. Use mdy dates from December 2014. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Heym expressed support for German reunification as early as 1982, and during the 1980s supported the civil rights movement in the GDR, contributing a number of speeches to the East Berlin demonstrations in autumn 1989.