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Rolf Hochhuth (born 1 April 1931, in Eschwege) is a German author
and playwright. He is best known for his 1963 drama The Deputy and
remains a controversial figure for his plays and other public
comments, such as his insinuation of Pope Pius XII's sympathies for
Hitler's extermination of the Jews in the 1963 play The Deputy and
his 2005 defense of Holocaust denier David Irving.Rolf Hochhuth is
descended from an old-established Hessian burgess family. During
World War II, he was a member of the Deutsches Jungvolk. In 1948 he
did an apprenticeship as a bookseller. Between 1950 and 1955 he
worked in bookshops in Marburg, Kassel and Munich. At the same time
he attended university lectures as a guest student and began with
early attempts at writing fiction. Between 1955 and 1963 he was a
lector at a major West-German publishing house.
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