|Twelid||Hrnčíře (en) , 1889, 24 Frar 1889|
|Mewt||Belt ta' New York, 17 Frar 1945|
| Dan l-artiklu dwar persuna huwa nebbieta.
Arne Laurin (ismu propja Arnošt Lustig; 1889 fil-villaġġ Hrnčíře, Praha-Šeberov, Praga – 17 ta' Frar 1945 fil-Belt ta' New York) kien ġurnalist Ċek-Lhudi. Kien l-editur tal-Prager Presse u wieħed mill-grupp Friday Men ta' Karel Čapek.
Huwa midfun fiċ-Ċimiterju Lhudi Ġdid fi Praga.
Referenzi[immodifika | immodifika s-sors]
- ^ Vykoupil, Libor (2009-02-24). "Ecce Homo - Arne Laurin" (biċ-Ċek). Czech Radio. Miġbur 2012-04-17.
- ^ "Jewish News Archive - Arne Laurin, Influential Czech Jewish Journalist, Dies in New York; Was 56". JTA.org (bl-Ingliż). 1945-02-19.
Arne Laurin, prominent Czech journalist and a close collaborator of Thomas Masaryk, first President of Czechoslovakia, and of Dr. Edward Benes, died here last night. He was 56. Mr. Laurin, who was Jewish, came to the United States in 1939 after the Munich Pact, which, he foresaw, meant the end of an independent Czechoslovakia. He was in charge of the archives of the Czechoslovak consulate here. As editor of the Prager Presse, official spokesman of the Czechoslovak Foreign Office. Mr. Laurin worked closely with both Masaryk and Benes and was an influential behind-the-scenes figure in Czechoslovakia from its inception. He was born in Huncire, near Prague, in 1889.