Albert Schweitzer: a biography

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Syracuse University Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 555 pages
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James Brabazon updates his critically acclaimed biography of humanitarian Albert Schweitzer to include a wealth of recently discovered documents, including the letters between Schweitzer and Helene Bresslau written during the ten years before their marriage.

Brabazon's research has also included recently released documents from the State Department regarding Schweitzer's battle with the United States Atomic Energy Commission to halt H-bomb tests.

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User Review  - tkhanson - LibraryThing

A very comprehensive biography that presents both the positive and the negative aspects of Schweitzer's life and character. The positive bits certainly dominate, and Brabazon almost always has a way ... Read full review

Contents

Childhood 18751885
1
The Dark Years 18851893
28
Strasbourg 18931896
40
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