Jan Fethke

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Oppeln, Silesia, Germany [now Opole, Opolskie, Poland]
Jan Fethke proved himself to be a creative chameleon, writing books & film scripts in languages as diverse as German, Polish, and the artificial language "Esperanto" (invented by a Polish doctor, Zamenhof). Fethke also directed films in Germany and in Poland in different decades, and found time somehow to edit an Esperanto literary magazine. In fact, his diverse activities and names seem to have confused some data bases into thinking that Jan Fethke (real name), "Johannes Fethke," and even "Jean Forge" (!) were 3 different people, when in fact he was just one individual. Read more...