Historical records matching Dr. Erich Friedrich Fritz Schweinburg
About Dr. Erich Friedrich Fritz Schweinburg
Geburtseintrag 1890 Quelle GenTeam
Heirat 1920 Rosa Gussmann Quelle GenTeam
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Erich Fritz Schweinburg - Wikipedia
Erich Fritz Schweinburg (November 6, 1890 – July 7, 1959) was a Jewish-Austrian writer and attorney. He is best known for writing Eine weite Reise, published in Austria, his account of the year he spent as a prisoner in Dachau concentration camp in Nazi Germany.
Schweinburg was born in Nikolsburg, Moravia. Schweinburg was born on June 11, 1890, in Nikolsburg, Moravia. He was the eldest son of Emanuel and Leontine (née Czinczar). His younger brothers were Erwin and Franz. The family were builders. In Nikolsburg Moravia, there was a residential street named for  his relative Emil Schweinburg*** (cf. below) a benefactor of Jews and Christians alike: Emil Schweinburg Strasse now called Husova Street. It was the hub street in the Jewish Ghetto. 
Schweinburg practiced in the law courts of Vienna. In New York, as an attorney, with Henrietta Kierman he compiled a "Bibliography on Political, Economic and Social Backgrounds of Certain European Countries", for the Department of Statistics in 1944 at the Russell Sage foundation. . In 1945 he wrote the book "Law Training in Continental Europe, Its Principles and Public Function". 
Schweinburg was an author of novels, short stories. He also published a public service book entitled Law Training in Continental Europe: Its Principles and Public Function .
He is best known for his autobiographical work Eine Weite Reise, Wien : Löcker, 1988.
New York and Vermont
Schweinburg worked for the Russell Sage Foundation.
Born to a wealthy Jewish family, Schweinburg attended the University of Vienna. He became an attorney. He and Rosa Gussman married in Austria and had one child, Raina Schweinburg.
Eine weite Reise, Schweinburg, Erich F.. - Wien : Löcker, 1988
Law training in continental Europe,Schweinburg, Erich F.. - New York, NY : Russell Sage Foundation, 1945
Ein Weg zur Vorbereitung des menschlichen Singapparates für den Kunstgesang, Schweinburg, Ernst. - Wien : Europ. Verl., 1937
Das Europäische Speditionsrecht, Wien VI : Zoll-Speditions- u. Schiffahrtszeitung, 1929
Berliner politische Nachrichten, Berlin : Schweinburg
- ** Geni - Emil Emanuel Mendl Schweinburg (1854-1919)- New York