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Andreas Oplatka

Andreas Oplatka (Budapest, 1942) journalist, university lecturer, literary translator. Emigrated to Switzerland in 1956 and wrote for the foreign affairs column of the Neue Zürcher Zeitung. Translated 19th and 20th century Hungarian writers into German. Main titles: Hat Gorbatschow eine Chance? (1987), Der Eiserne Vorhang reisst, Ungarn als Wegbereiter (1990), Die Rückkehr der Geschichte (1994), The Swiss multilingual model (ed., 1998), Nachrufe auf den Ostblock (1998), Lennart Meri. Ein Leben für Estland (ed. 1999).

Thoughts on the German Translation of They Were Counted
23 January 2012

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