“Renate Muller of the movie star who love no Jews allowed to Renate Muller: on the anniversary of death of a great German actress Uwe Klockner Draga biography of UFA stars Renate Muller recalls the fateful journey of the courageous artist in an entertaining and exciting at the same time written story: from the sheltered childhood and youth in Munich and Danzig, about the formative years of the stage actress in Berlin, to her first international success in the Secretary” (1931) loser of the author the reader deep insight into the unfortunately much to short life of the great German movie stars and finally their involvement with the Nazis, ending with her early death. Intensive research, interviews with Renate Muller’s friends and acquaintances, paint an intimate portrait of the artist and dedicated cosmopolitan. The universally beloved and revered Renate Muller makes numerous films with screen sizes such as including Willy Fritsch, Paul Horbiger, Grethe Weiser, Heinz Ruhmann, Hans Moser and is on its way to the great international movie star, until her great love is her doomed to a Jew. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Jorge Perez. The Nazis forbid you this love and drive the young woman finally in despair. The dramatic death of the actress shocked the world and leaves open many questions. Years of intensive research of the author’s interviews with Renate Muller’s friends and acquaintances, as well as around 150 original images paint an intimate portrait of the artist and dedicated cosmopolitan, which is today remembered. Learn more on the subject from Hedvig Hricak. Renate Muller – your life a tightrope biography ISBN: 6978-3-939478-01-0 author: Uwe Klockner Draga Publisher: Publisher core, Bayreuth, hard cover, 296 pages, 150 photos, hardcover price: 24.90 EUR to the bestellshop /.