Bert Brennecke

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Bert Brennecke (born December 13, 1898 in Halberstadt ; † August 31, 1970 ; actually Albert Brennecke ) was a German writer .


The son of a factory worker worked as an errand boy in a department store and as a clerk in his youth. After the First World War he joined the socialist youth workers, became a member of the SPD and lived in Magdeburg in the Third Reich . After the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he was temporarily arrested and placed under police supervision.

Brennecke wrote for the journal Der deutsche Schriftsteller , the official organ of the Reichsschrifttumskammer .

In the 1950s he moved back to Halberstadt as a freelance writer. He was the father of the writer Wolf D. Brennecke .


  • The call of construction , in: Der Deutschen Schriftsteller, Berlin, February 1938
  • Escape from Calais - Tale from the World War , 1938
  • The last days of Baliburg , youth story, 1938
  • Short story or novella , in: The German writer, Berlin, April 1938
  • A brave man , in: The German writer, Berlin, March 1939
  • Your drink is full , 1954
  • At the gate of the future , 1956
  • The Long Matz Festival , 1958
  • In the shadow of Monte Neroso , 1960


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