1941

Auswahlbibliographie zum sel. Bernhard Lichtenberg

Bearbeitet von Gotthard Klein


1941

Monographien und Periodica

  • Amtsblatt des Bischöflichen Ordinariats Berlin 13 (1941). S. 7, 12, 18.
  • Annuario Pontificio per l’anno 1941. Città del Vaticano 1941. S. 918.
  • Berliner Adreßbuch 1941 : unter Benutzung amtlicher Quellen. Berlin 1941. Teil III. S. 53.
  • Catholic Bulletin of Foreign News. Ministry of Information. Religions Division (London). November 1941. *
  • The Catholic World. Monthly Magazine of General Literature and Science (New York) 154 (Oct. 1941 – March 1942). S. 359. *
  • Schematismus des Bistums Berlin für das Jahr 1941. Berlin o.J. S. 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 25, 99, 103.
  • Artikel

  • Berlin Cathedral Dean Imprisoned. Very Rev. Bernhard Lichtenberg Seized by Gestapo for Praying for Jews (AP). In: The Montreal Gazette. Nr. 269. 10. November 1941. S. 25.
  • Berlin Cathedral Dean Jailed For Praying for Jews. Prominent Figure In Catholicism Is Lodged in Prison (AP). In: The Evening Independent (St. Petersburg, Florida). Bd. 35. Nr. 5. 8. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Berlin Cathedral Dean Reported Arrested by Nazis (NC). In: The Guardian. The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock [Arkansas]. Nr. 47. 14. November 1941. S. 6.
  • Berlin Dean Held; Prayed for Jews. Gestapo is Reported to Have Arrested Priest in Charge of Catholic Cathedral (AP). In: New York Times. Nr. 30605. 9. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Cathedral Dean at Berlin Thrown Into Nazi Prison. Rev. Fr. Lichtenberg Accused by Gestapo of Praying for Jews (AP). In: Daily Boston Globe. 9. November 1941. B 16.
  • Catholic Dean In Prayer for Jews; Arrested, Berlin (AP). In: San Jose News (San Jose, California). Bd. 119. Nr. 94. 8. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Catholic Provost Reported Arrested. Said to Have Been Taken In Custody by Nazis (AP). In: Reading Eagle. Nr. 285. 8. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Christianity Anathema To Nazis. In: The Evening Citizen (Ottawa). Nr. 127. 14. November 1941. [S. 30].
  • Gestapo Seizes High Catholic Cleric in Berlin. Prayed for Victims of Persecution, is Charge (AP). In: Milvaukee Sentinel. Bd. 5. Nr. 8. 9. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Here, there and everywhere. We find new friends. In: The Sentinel. The American Jewish Weekly. Chicago. Bd. 124. Nr. 8. 20. November 1941. S. 23.
  • Inside Germany. In: Aufbau / Reconstruction (New York) 7 (1941). Nr. 52. 26. Dezember 1941. S. 6.
  • Nazi Arrest: Prayed for Jews (AP). In: The Christian Science Monitor. 10. November 1941. S. 7.
  • Nazi Arrest Roman Catholic Dean In Berlin, Allege Prayers for Jews. Rev. Bernhard Lichtenberg of St. Hedwig’s Cathedral Reported in Prison Two Weeks; Sermons Also Factor in Action by Gestapo (AP). In: The Hartford Courant. 9. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Nazis Arrest Priest Who Prayed for Jews. Dean of Cathedral in Berlin Reported to Be in Concentration Camp for Past Two Weeks (AP). In: Los Angeles Times. 9. November 1941. S. 13.
  • Nazis Imprison Dean Who Prayed For Their Victims (AP). In: The Washington Post. 9. November 1941. S. 1.
  • Jane O’Ryan: Isolationism [Letter to the Editor, New York, 12. November 1941]. In: Washington Post. 15. November 1941. S. 12.
  • Prays for Jews, Arrested by Nazis (AP). In: The Daily News (Ludington, Michigan). Bd. 32. Nr. 10. 8. November 1941. S. 8.
  • Prays for Jews; Berlin Prelate Sent to Prison (AP). In: Chicago Sunday Tribune. 9. November 1941. S. 16.
  • Proost van Berlijns kathedraal gearresteerd. Hij bad voor de Joden. In: Amigoe di Curaçao. Nr. 3447. 10. November 1941. S. 3.
  • Vienna and Luxemburg Jews Reach Spain on Their Way to Oversea Countries. Lisbon (Nov. 9). In: Jewish Telegraphic Agency. 10. November 1941.
  • We Find New Friends. In: The Jewish Criterion 99 (1941). Nr. 3. 21. November 1941. S. 30.
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