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Author photo. Humorist Alexander Roda Roda (1932) / Photo © <a href="http://www.bildarchivaustria.at">ÖNB/Wien</a>

Humorist Alexander Roda Roda (1932) / Photo © ÖNB/Wien

Roda Roda (1872–1945)

Author of Das Große Roda Roda Buch

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Served in the Austrian Army from 1892 until 1902. Liaison with Adele Sandrock (an actress) in 1900-1901. Moved to Berlin in 1904, where he was a cabaret artist. Was a war reporter in WWI (when he lived in Munich, Paris and Berlin). After the Nazis came to power in Austria, Roda Roda (who was Jewish) fled to Switzerland in 1938. He moved to the USA in 1940 and died in New York in 1945.
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