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Hitler's Black Book - information for Doctor Friedrich Antal

Title
Doctor
First Name(s)
Friedrich
Surname
Antal
Original List ID
A53
Date of Birth / Age
06/Mar/1905
Home Town
Last Seen
Believed Location
London University
Occupation
Lecturer, Emigree
Investigating Office
Involved In
Alias
Editorial Notes
Frederick Antal (1887–1954), born Frigyes Antal, later known as Friedrich Antal, was a Jewish Hungarian art historian, particularly known for his contributions to the social history of art. After earning a degree in law, Antal decided to pursue art history. He studied with Heinrich Wölfflin in Berlin before completing his doctorate under Max Dvorák in Vienna. He was a member of the Sonntagskreis intellectual group formed by Béla Balázs, György Lukács and others in 1915.He started his career at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest with a year as a volunteer from 1914. In 1919, he became its Vorsitzender des Direktoriums (Chairman of the Board) for several months until the White Terror toppled the new Hungarian Soviet Republic and he fled the country. After a brief sojourn in Vienna, Antal lived in Italy until 1923, when he relocated to Berlin. From 1926 to 1934, he was an editor for Kritische Berichte zur kunstgeschichtlichen Literatur, alongside Bruno Fürst. In 1933, he was forced to flee from political upheaval again, as the Nazi party rose to prominence in Germany. Settling in England, he lectured at the Courtauld Institute and wrote. According to a 2012 article in Visual Culture in Britain, "Antal became the leading practitioner of the social history of art in Britain, and a formative influence on Anthony Blunt and John Pope-Hennessy."

Married 1 child, Professor at Budapest Uni 1923-33, since 1933 a lecturer at the Courtauld institute of Art in London University.
Source of Editorial Notes
Some of the material for the biographical data was partially derived from various information found within specific articles on en.wikipedia.org/wiki, de.wikipedia.org/, cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/, fr.wikipedia.org, pl.wikipedia.org which is released under the terms of the creativecommons.org/licenses/by-s/3.0/.

Wanted by Departments

Amtsgruppe IIIA1 - German Internal Domestic / General Matters of the Spheres of Life
Name (Before 1941)
German Internal Domestic
Name (After 1941)
General Matters of the Spheres of Life
Address
Hedemannstrasse 22, Berlin
History
The RSHA (Reich Main Security Office) came into existence on 27/9/39 after being separate offices of the SD (security service) and SS (nazi paramilitaries) since the mid 1930's. AMT I & AMT II were formed officially on 1/10/39 but reorganised completely after March 1941, heads of department were regularly transferred to different departments and the Einsatz Squads of paramilitary murderers when new countries were invaded as all had perceived 'undesirables' to be eliminated.
Head Officers
SS Captain Doctor Justus Beyer
Notes
Dr Justus Beyer Sturmbannfuhrer SS number 107138 Born 16.4.1910, died 26/9/1989. Joined the SS in 1934, he transferred to department IIIS and later still IIIV in May 1941, remaining there until the end of the war. He was used as a witness in the trial of Otto Ohlendorf (who was executed for war crimes in 1951) after the war and then went onto a successful career working for the German business Gazette.
Sources
typography of terror /arenhovel
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