Berlin: Eckstein . Fuchs was a prolific writer on issues related to homosexuality and was one of the very few people of his era to openly declare his homosexuality during the Wilhelmine era. One of the founding members of Adolf Brand's Gemeinschaft der Eigenen, he was praised for his openness by Magnus Hirschfeld in the Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen in 1903. See Keilson-Lauritz, Dis Geschichte der eigenen Geschichte; Eldorado 1984 @ 49; Hergmöller, Mann für Mann @ 257-58. Very good in decorative wrappers, light edge wear.
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Leipzig: Leipziger Verlag, . Fuchs was a leading member of the Scientific Humanitarian Committee and published a number of essays on homosexuality in various publications. He is particularly known for his work Richard Wagner und die Homosexualität, published the previous year. Keilson-Lauritz, Dis Geschichte der eigenen Geschichte; Eldorado 1984 @ 49; Hergmöller, Mann für Mann @ 257-58. Good in rather worn wrappers, wear at spine. Quite uncommon. $425.