Sigfrid Hauck

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Sigfrid Hermann Hauck (August 22, 1915 - October 1991)[1] ran the pro-German publishing firm Flanders Hall which was founded in Scotch Plains, New Jersey in 1939.[2] He was also an author and a poet. His father was Professor Adolf Hauck Sr. an instructor of German at Plainfield High School in New Jersey.[3]


  • The Scarlet Fingers, by Sigfrid Hermann Hauck, (1939) 111 pages
  • Reign of the Queens;: The selected poems of Sigfrid Hermann Hauck, by Sigfrid Hermann Hauck, (1936) 90 pages

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