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Other writers also recognized these elements of Nazism as key to any discussion. In particular the works of Karl Polanyi and F. A. Voigt deserve special mention. Coming from markedly different political and religious backgrounds, these two men produced compelling insights into the nature of Nazism. Karl Polanyi (1886–1964), brother of the more famous chemist, economist and philosopher Michael Polanyi, was a member of Kolnai’s circle in Vienna in the 1920s and a great inﬂuence on him. Earlier, in Budapest, Kolnai had been a member of the Galilei Circle of which Polanyi had been president, but only after the latter had already joined the Austro-Hungarian army.
394). 71 36 Responses to Nazism in Britain, 1933–1939 This unusual angle of interpretation was consistently put forward by only one person of any standing within the British press, Frederick Voigt. Unsurprisingly, Voigt (1892–1957) was the son of German émigrés, though he grew up in Britain. He worked as the Berlin correspondent for the Manchester Guardian throughout the Weimar years and until he was thrown out of the country in 1933, after which he worked as diplomatic correspondent. From 1938 to 1946 he edited the Nineteenth Century and After and, after 1939, his own journal the Arrow.
A prophet carrying a supernatural message, needs only to prove his prophetic quality by signs and symbols. But a prophet aiming to be himself the Messiah and to bring immediate salvation to this world must make his earthly career a constant sequence of miraculous successes. And as this world is, this cannot be achieved by means of a straight ﬁght against straight adversaries. (p. 24) The important message for British readers was that Nazism could not be understood using the conventional tools of diplomacy or methods of scholarship.
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