Friedrich Bethge

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Friedrich Bethge (May 24, 1891 - 17 September 1963) was a German poet, playwright and dramatist.

Bethge was born in Berlin. He was a member of the National socialist Party.[1] He died, aged 72, in Bad Homburg.


  • Pfarr Peder, Tragödie, 1924
  • Pierre und Jeannette, Novelle, 1926
  • Reims, Drama, 1929/30
  • Das Antlitz des Weltkrieges. Fronterlebnisse deutscher Soldaten, Hrsg. E. Jünger und F. Bethge, 1930/31
  • Die Blutprobe, Komödie, 1934
  • Der Marsch der Veteranen, Schauspiel, 1935
  • Das triumphierende Herz, Novelle, 1937
  • Rebellion um Preußen, Tragödie, 1939
  • Anke von Skoepen, Tragödie, 1940
  • Kopernikus, 1942


  1. The Swastika and the Stage: German Theatre and Society, 1933-1945 (Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre)