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Oskar Huth

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Oskar Huth was many things: organ builder, graphic artist, a pianist with a rare gift for improvising in the style of the classical composers, a word smith and compelling teller of tales, a drinker and a noted bohemian who never really seemed comfortable if he had a permanent residence and who walked everywhere in his home city, Berlin, because he was passionately suspicious of public transport. More than that, he became notable in Germany for resisting the inhumanity of the Nazi regime.
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