The Conrad Veidt Society


This page lists the titles of books and newspaper/magazine articles which feature Conrad Veidt in any sense. In order to READ excerpts from this material, go to the appropriate link.


To read descriptions of these fiction works, go to Fiction Pieces

"The Image in the Mirror," (short story collected into the book Hangman's Holiday, copyright 1933.) by Dorothy Sayers.

Len Deighton's ''What if Hitler Had Won the War Against England?''

Pandaemonium a novel by by Leslie Epstein

Nosferatu by Jim Shepard


which mention Veidt or have stills of his work

(To read the appropriate excerpts, listed in chronological order, go to Pieces of Masterpieces).


''Films in Review'', series of three articles, Conrad Veidt by Pat Wilks Battle


“Arrows of Desire, The Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger,” by Ian Christie

“The Haunted Screen”, by Lotte Eisner

“Those Dancing Years: The Autobiography of Mary Ell”, by Mary Ellis

“Ernst Lubitsch: Laughter in Paradise” by Scott Eyman

“Round up the Usual Suspects”, by Aljean Harmetz

“Conrad Veidt-Lebensbilder” by Wolfgang Jacobsen

“From Caligari to Hitler”, by Siegfried Kracauer

“Emeric Pressburger, The Life and Death of a Screenwriter”by kevin Macdonald

“Tender Comrades: A Backstory of the Blacklist, ''Jules Dassin - “ll Always Be An American''

      chapter, by Patrick McGilligan

“A Life in Movies”, by Michael Powell.

“The Lion Roars, Ken Russell on Film” by Ken Russell

“The Korda Collection” by Martin Stockham

“The Kindness of Strangers” by Salka Viertel.

This page is a work in progress.  Visitors must not assume that this page contains a complete list.  It does not,  and Society members earnestly request the help of  the public in completing it.  Please email us if you have a citation for this page.  These excerpts are not intended to usurp the copyright of the published books.  Readers are encouraged to find copies of the cited books to get the rest of the context.

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