Hubert Schnuch

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Dr. Hubert Schnuch was born in Germany in 1894 and came to America in 1923.[1]

He became the local Chicago leader of the Teutonia Association one of the first supportive groups of German-Americans pledging allegiance to the growing National Socialist movement in Germany. He later became one of the national leaders of Friends of New Germany, the successor organization to Teutonia. Schnuch was almost replaced in a "coup" by Anton Haegele and his supporters in December 1934.[2]

Dr. Schnuch obtained his Ph.D. degree in languages at Yale University in 1933 and was an instructor there.[3]


  • Die Frau bei Lessing (1932) 52 pages