Stefan Brockhoff is a pseudonym that was used collectively by a group of three German co-authors of several detective novels, all of them having certain characteristics in common: they were all born in Germany at or about the beginning of the second decade of the twentieth century; at one point or another they all of them became refugees from Nazism; and they all eventually lived out their lives in the United States of America. Moreover, to every one of them the writing of detective novels was a youthful avocation, their principal interests and activities in later life lying in different areas.

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  • Stefan Brockhoff ist ein Sammelpseudonym, unter dem drei deutsche Schriftsteller zwischen 1935 und 1955 im Goldmann Verlag eine Reihe von Detektiv- bzw. Kriminalromanen veröffentlicht haben. Es handelt sich dabei um * Dieter Cunz (1910–1969), * Richard Plant (1910–1998) und * Oskar Seidlin (1911–1984). Jeder der Autoren ist in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus in die USA emigriert und war unter eigenem Namen unter anderem auch Verfasser von Kinderbüchern. 1937 formulierten die drei Autoren für die "Zürcher Illustrierte" in Anlehnung an die britischen und amerikanischen "Gebote für den Kriminalroman" (beispielsweise Detection Club) ebenfalls "10 Gebote für den Kriminalroman", auf die wiederum später Friedrich Glauser antwortete. (de)
  • Stefan Brockhoff es el seudónimo empleado de forma colectiva por tres autores alemanes para escribir varias novelas de detectives: * Dieter Cunz (1910–1969) * Richard Plant (1910–1998) * Oskar Seidlin (1911–1984) Todos ellos con determinadas características comunes: nacieron en Alemania en o hacia la segunda década del siglo XX; se convirtieron en refugiados a causa del nazismo; y todos ellos terminaron viviendo en los Estados Unidos. Además, para cada uno de ellos, la escritura de novelas de detectives era una vocación de juventud, aunque sus principales intereses y actividades posteriores fueron distintos. (es)
  • Stefan Brockhoff is a pseudonym that was used collectively by a group of three German co-authors of several detective novels, all of them having certain characteristics in common: they were all born in Germany at or about the beginning of the second decade of the twentieth century; at one point or another they all of them became refugees from Nazism; and they all eventually lived out their lives in the United States of America. Moreover, to every one of them the writing of detective novels was a youthful avocation, their principal interests and activities in later life lying in different areas. * Dieter Cunz (1910–1969) * Richard Plant (1910–1998) * Oskar Seidlin (1911–1984) (en)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Brockhoff. Stefan Brockhoff est le pseudonyme collectif d’un groupe de trois écrivains allemands, auteur de romans policiers publiés de 1935 à 1955. (fr)
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Brockhoff. Stefan Brockhoff est le pseudonyme collectif d’un groupe de trois écrivains allemands, auteur de romans policiers publiés de 1935 à 1955. (fr)
  • Stefan Brockhoff is a pseudonym that was used collectively by a group of three German co-authors of several detective novels, all of them having certain characteristics in common: they were all born in Germany at or about the beginning of the second decade of the twentieth century; at one point or another they all of them became refugees from Nazism; and they all eventually lived out their lives in the United States of America. Moreover, to every one of them the writing of detective novels was a youthful avocation, their principal interests and activities in later life lying in different areas. (en)
  • Stefan Brockhoff ist ein Sammelpseudonym, unter dem drei deutsche Schriftsteller zwischen 1935 und 1955 im Goldmann Verlag eine Reihe von Detektiv- bzw. Kriminalromanen veröffentlicht haben. Es handelt sich dabei um * Dieter Cunz (1910–1969), * Richard Plant (1910–1998) und * Oskar Seidlin (1911–1984). Jeder der Autoren ist in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus in die USA emigriert und war unter eigenem Namen unter anderem auch Verfasser von Kinderbüchern. (de)
  • Stefan Brockhoff es el seudónimo empleado de forma colectiva por tres autores alemanes para escribir varias novelas de detectives: * Dieter Cunz (1910–1969) * Richard Plant (1910–1998) * Oskar Seidlin (1911–1984) (es)
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  • Stefan Brockhoff (de)
  • Stefan Brockhoff (en)
  • Stefan Brockhoff (es)
  • Stefan Brockhoff (fr)
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