Adolf Grabowsky

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Adolf Grabowsky (August 31, 1880, in Berlin – August 23, 1969, in Arlesheim, Switzerland) was a German political scientist and author of several books about geopolitics and political theory, including "Democracy and Dictatorship" (1949). He was a Jewish convert to Protestantism,[1] and founder and editor of the Zeitschrift für Politik,[2] he was a supporter of the Weimar democracy.[3]


  1. ^ Pulzer (2003) p.144
  2. ^ Pulzer (2003) p.144
  3. ^ Murphy (1997) pp.60,73
  • Murphy, David Thomas (1997). The heroic earth: geopolitical thought in Weimar Germany, 1918-1933. Kent State University Press. ISBN 0-87338-564-0.
  • Pulzer, Peter G. J. (2003). Jews and the German state: the political history of a minority, 1848-1933. Jewish studies. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-3130-0.

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