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Hermann Barsdorf

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Hermann Barsdorf was a German publishing company in the early twentieth century, the publishing house for many of Sigmund Freud's works.[1] [2]

The Nazis used HB's catalogs to identify Jewish authors, as is hinted at in Jorge Luis Borges' short story "The Secret Miracle."


  1. "Search Results. Publisher: Hermann Barsdorf". Bibliopolis.
  2. "Bücher vom Verlag „Berlin Hermann Barsdorf Verlag 1920" – Bücher gebraucht, antiquarisch & neu kaufen". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2019-04-24.

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