Adolf Heilberg was a respected lawyer and liberal politician in Imperial Germany and during the 1920s and an influential activist of the German Peace Society. He served as a member of the International Council of the IPB from 1907 till 1929.
IPB consultant and peace historian Guido Grünewald outlines an exceptionable life which ended tragically when the Nazis (NSDAP) came to power in Germany. Read the full article here.
Foto Copyright – pen drawing of A. Heilberg made by the painter Arnold Busch in 1926 (with the kind permission of Helen Breslauer, great-granddaughter of A. Heilberg).