Grautoff, Ferdinand Heinrich
Entry updated 28 November 2022. Tagged: Author.
(1871-1935) German historian, newspaper editor and author, known in English for two pseudonymous works of fiction. In "1906" – Der Zusammenbruch der alten Welt (1905; trans G Herring as Armageddon 190- 1907) as by Seestern, the USA instigates a Future War with Germany which is catastrophic for Europe but beneficial for Russia and the USA. Bansai! (1908; trans anon as Banzai! 1908) as by Parabellum pits the USA against the Japanese, with results initially disastrous for the USA, though the invading armies of the East are eventually driven all the way back past the Rocky Mountains to the sea. [JC]
see also: Invasion.
Ferdinand Heinrich Grautoff
born Lubeck, Germany: 10 August 1871
died Leipzig, Germany: 15 May 1935
- "1906" – Der Zusammenbruch der alten Welt (Leipzig, Germany: Theodor Weicher, 1905) as by Seestern [hb/]
- Armageddon 190- (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1907) as by Seestern [trans by G Herring of the above: hb/]
- Bansai! (Leipzig, Germany: Theodor Weicher, 1908) as by Parabellum [hb/]
- Banzai! (Toronto, Ontario: The Musson Book Company, 1908) as by Parabellum [anon trans of the above: hb/]
- Fu, der Gebieter der Welt ["Fu, the Ruler of the World"] (Leipzig, Germany: Theodor Weicher, 1925) as by Seestern [hb/]
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