In association with the Kulturinformatik Department of the University of Lüneburg, Germany; Martin Warnke, Director. Programming by Paul Siegert
For 16 hours over 4 days the "Memory
Arena" will process 700 invited representatives of
greater Copenhagen who will read documents created out of
the book: "Who's Who in Central & East Europe
1985, Arnold Dreyblatt found a copy of "Who's Who in Central &
East Europe" in a used book store near the Galanta Tower in Istanbul.
It was published in 1935 (current through 1934) in the English language
along with an accompanying volume entitled, "Handbook of Central
& East Europe". A revised version (1935-36) with an additional
one hundred biographies was published in 1937. These editions were the
first and last biographical dictionaries to be published concerning this
region exclusively until "Who's Who in the Socialist Countries of
Europe" was published in 1989.