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“The Grand Boche Looks On…” – Melchior Vischer’s Texts for the DADAGLOBE Anthology (Part 1)

Prague Dadaist Melchior Vischer (1895-1975; for more info see here and here) was a prominent figure in early 20s Prague’s artistic scene. After serving briefly in WW1 and then graduating from Charles University, Vischer worked as a theatre critic for the major daily Praguer Presse, where he was an early champion of the work of Franz … Continue reading

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