From 1899 to 1930 he was a member of the editorial board of the Frankfurter Zeitung and its correspondent in Hamburg , Constantinople , from 1907 to 1914 in London, then head of the Berlin office. He also emerged as a doctor of history (in particular on the state and constitutional history of England). After the transfer of power to the National Socialists, they banned him from working in 1935. After 1945 he was a co-founder of the resumed magazine Die Gegenwart .
Since 1951 he was a member of the German Academy for Language and Poetry . In 1952 he received the Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Goethe plaque from the city of Frankfurt am Main .
- Should Germany join the League of Nations? , Berlin 1919
- Bethmann, Tirpitz, Ludendorff , Frankfurt a. M. 1919
- England in the age of bourgeois reform , Stuttgart 1923
- Days in Hellas , Frankfurt a. M. 1924
- The new majesty , Berlin 1930
- The end of time , 1948
- On Christian and Jewish Tradition, Outline of a Generation , 1950
- The old ear , 1955
- A century of the Frankfurter Zeitung , 1956
- Joseph Walk (ed.): Short biographies on the history of the Jews 1918–1945 , ed. from the Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem. Saur, Munich 1988, ISBN 3-598-10477-4 .
- Walter Tetzlaff: 2000 short biographies of important German Jews of the 20th century . Askania-Verlag, Lindhorst 1982, ISBN 3-921730-10-4 .
- Johannes Werner: Bernhard Guttmann. Memory of someone forgotten . In: From the Antiquariat 2/2003, pp. 324–329.
- Bernhard Guttmann in the Munzinger archive ( beginning of article freely available)
- Directory of the estate (PDF; 386 kB) in the Institute for Newspaper Research
- Literature by and about Bernhard Guttmann in the catalog of the German National Library
- Bernhard Guttmann in the Lexicon of Westphalian Authors
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German journalist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 24, 1869|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Wroclaw|
|DATE OF DEATH||20th January 1959|
|Place of death||Buchenbach|