This a caricature (05:30) bei Vicco von Bülow, pen name Loriot. The title says "Bundesbürger 1960", and means 'West-German citizen 1960'. This man makes a Gratwanderung blindfolded. Gratwanderung being an idiom, meaning not only alpine hiking, but also being in a precarious situation, in which no deviations are 'advisable', if not incredibly dangerous.
That is indeed quite probably the case.
Fritz Jacob Haber was for example
Half brother of Elsbeth (Else) Caroline Freyhahn; Helene Weigert and Frieda Glücksmann
While Frieda Glücksmann died in Jerusalem 1946, her daughter Hilda
Hildegard Kuttner (Glücksmann) died March 02, 1943 (38), Oświęcim (Auschwitz)
And on Yad Vashem this is confirmed.
And, well, yes. It was an examplary piece of world literature. Not to be ignored.
Indeed: Much well liked by the governmental censors. But the very word "censors" brings up the problem. It was a bit shortened — for anti-authoritarian tendencies — and sometimes a bit strangely translated.
One thing was that Huck was seen as a potentially problematic ...
The West German citizen must plot an exact but wandering course of left and right deviations or fall off a precipice.
West Germany while nominally a democracy had extreme restrictions on left wing political organisation combined with a failed de-Nazification that barely acknowledged mass killing of non-combatants in Europe in the 1940s. Moreover, West ...