‘To Think is to Compare’: Walther Rathenau, Trump and Hitler

Many years ago, during a lengthy research trip, I rented an apartment near Nuremberg’s Rathenauplatz, a square named after the liberal German-Jewish industrialist and foreign minister Walther Rathenau, murdered by right-wing extremists in 1922. Each time I boarded the underground train at the Rathenauplatz station I was confronted with one of Rathenau’s phrases, which decorated … Continue reading ‘To Think is to Compare’: Walther Rathenau, Trump and Hitler