Freundlich, Elisabeth, b. Vienna, July 21, 1906, d. Vienna, Jan. 25, 2001, author; wife of G. Anders. Studied in Vienna and Paris; after 1938 emigrated via Zurich to Paris, where she continued writing, including broadcasts about Austria for the French broadcasting corporation. 1940 fled to New York via Spain; worked as a librarian and as a German professor. 1950 returned with G. Anders to Vienna, where she established herself as an author, translator and journalist.
Publications#Novels: Der eherne Reiter, 1960; Der Seelenvogel, 1986. - Stories: Invasion Day, 1948; Finstere Zeiten, 1986. - Nonfiction: Sie wussten was sie wollten, 1981; Die Ermordung einer Stadt namens Stanislau, 1986. - Die fahrenden Jahre, 1992 (memoirs).