Rolf Hochhuth

Rolf
Hochhuth
1931

German Playwright, Editor and Author best known for his drama "The Deputy" which included his insinuation of Pope Pius XII's sympathies for Hitler's extermination of the Jews

Author Quotes

Only the foolish learn from experience - the wise learn from the experience of others.

The man who says what he thinks is finished, and the man who thinks what he says is an idiot.

Tell my mother I stopped feeling frightened once I told myself they couldn't inflict half as much pain on me as she suffered when she gave birth to me.

Nationality was the most pernicious, depersonalizing, homogenizing label that could ever be attached to the human individual.

Men may be linked by friendship. Nations are linked only by interests.

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First Name
Rolf
Last Name
Hochhuth
Birth Date
1931
Bio

German Playwright, Editor and Author best known for his drama "The Deputy" which included his insinuation of Pope Pius XII's sympathies for Hitler's extermination of the Jews