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Moriz Seeler (1 March 1896 — after 15 August 1942) was a German poet, writer, film producer, and man of the theatre. He was also a victim of the Holocaust. Seeler was born at the small, provincial town of Greifenberg in Pomerania, Germany (now Gryfice in northwestern Poland), to a Jewish family. He moved to Berlin at the age of 15. His first verses are said to have been published as early as 1917–1918; the first collection of poems, Dem Hirtenknaben, was issued in Berlin in 1919; another one, entitled Die Flut, saw the light of day in Vienna in 1937. His name is commonly spelt ‘Moritz Seeler’.

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  • Moriz Seeler (geboren als Moritz Seeler; * 1. März 1896 in Greifenberg in Pommern; am 15. August 1942 in das Ghetto Riga deportiert) war ein deutscher Theaterregisseur, Schriftsteller, Filmproduzent und Opfer des Holocaust.
  • Moriz Seeler (1 de marzo de 1896; después del 15 agosto de 1942) era un poeta alemán, escritor, productor de cine y productor de teatro. Fue víctima del Holocausto.
  • Moriz Seeler, właśc. Moritz Seeler (ur. 1 marca 1896 w Greifenberg in Pommern, zm. 8 września 1942 r. w Rydze lub Theresienstadt) – poeta, pisarz, producent filmowy, twórca awangardowego teatru berlińskiego oraz ofiara holocaustu. Był narodowości niemieckiej, żydowskiego pochodzenia.
  • Moriz Seeler (1 March 1896 — after 15 August 1942) was a German poet, writer, film producer, and man of the theatre. He was also a victim of the Holocaust. Seeler was born at the small, provincial town of Greifenberg in Pomerania, Germany (now Gryfice in northwestern Poland), to a Jewish family. He moved to Berlin at the age of 15. His first verses are said to have been published as early as 1917–1918; the first collection of poems, Dem Hirtenknaben, was issued in Berlin in 1919; another one, entitled Die Flut, saw the light of day in Vienna in 1937. His name is commonly spelt ‘Moritz Seeler’.
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