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It is the goal of the Society to have EVERY magazine and newspaper article about Veidt archived here. If you have articles you'd like to contribute, please email the Society at

His Nickname is ''Connie'', by Myrtle Gebhart, Unknown American magazine, 1928(?)

Celebrities at Home: Conrad, by Augustus Muir, Unknown British magazine, 1934

I Demand the Truth, Conrad Veidt and Max Breen, Film Pictorial, ?/10/1934

From World Film News, October, 1936. ''What is ART? Laughter and Tears says Conrad Veidt'' by Denis Myers. LOCATED AT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.

The Story of Conrad Veidt, The Sunday Despatch, Oct 14- Nov 4, 1933. (From The Conrad Veidt Home Page.)

Milestones, A Visit to the Home of Conrad Veidt ''Pictureshow'', date unknown but probably after 1934

Conrad Veidt Replies, ''Picture Goer and Film Weekly'', Spring, 1940

Conrad Veidt Looks in the Mirror, by Gladys Hall. ''Silver Screen'', September, 1941

Conrad Veidt 1924 und 1930, ''SDK Newsletter'', February 1994 (in German)

Der Dämon, der das Golfspiel liebte, ''Taggesspiegel'', Berlin, January 17, 1993 (in German)

God Save him From Films, ''Märkische Allgemeine'', January 21, 1993

Hommage für Conrad Veidt: Nicht vergessen, Jew Süss, ''Berlinale Journal'', February 19, 1993

Anders als die Anderen, translated by Dean R. Syverson, ''Filmdienst'', February, 1993

Schillernder Galan, Steffen Jacobs (and, translated by Dean R. Conrad Veidt, Zum 100 Geburtstag des ersten schuulen Filmidals, Jan 1, 1993 (in German, and translated by Dean Syverson)

From ''World Film News'', October, 1936. ''What is ART? Laughter and Tears says Conrad Veidt'' by Denis Myers

I asked Mr. Veidt why Jew Suss, made by Jews for Jews, wasn't the success it promised to be. He sighed. "Ah," he said, "There was a picture. Took a lot of money at first, and then.... The Jews didn't like it. Why? Maybe because I'm a 'goy'. I don't know. But my Jewish friends told me it wasn't that. They say it was because in these times, it is bad policy to make a picture that tackles or emphasizes racial differences. The Jews are too deeply concerned with the persecution question that has troubled the world for the last few years to patronize pictures that deal, however sympathetically, with the problem."

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