Hellmut Andics

Hellmut Andics (25 August 1922  19 August 1998) was an Austrian journalist, publicist and writer.

Life

After military service in World War II Andics became a journalist and worked as an editor, at The New Austria and Die Presse.

From 1 March 1979 to 31 December 1980 Andics was director of the Burgenland Festival. From 11 October 1982 to 27 October 1986, he was director of the ORF Regional Studio Burgenland.

He is best known for its contemporary history reports and documentaries. He also wrote the screenplay for the television series "Ringstraßenpalais" and for the five-part documentary television film "Civil War in Russia", which the ZDF produced in 1967 under the direction of Wolfgang Schleif. He also had the idea for the television series "The Salzbaron" by Bernd Fischerauer. Andics was the father of two sons (Eric and Maximilian) and had three grandchildren (Daniel, Therese and Sophie).

Hellmut Andics died in his apartment in Vienna in the early morning hours of August 19, 1998, of heart failure. He was cremated at Feuerhalle Simmering, where also his ashes are buried.

Literature

  • 1970: Dr.-Karl-Renner-journalism Price
  • 1992: Cultural Prize of Burgenland

Works

  • 1960: The state that nobody wanted
  • 1964: The vices of this time
  • 1965: The case of Otto Habsburg. A Report
  • 1965: The Eternal Jew. Causes and history of anti-Semitism published by Fritz Molden
  • 1967: The Great Terror. From the beginning of the Russian Revolution to the death of Stalin
  • 1968: 50 years of our lives. Austria's fate since 1918
  • 1969: The women of the Habsburgs
  • 1974: The Austrian century. The Austro-Hungarian Empire 1804-1918
  • 1976: The sinking of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Austria-Hungary from the turn of the century until November 1918
  • 1976: The Isle of the Blessed. Austria of the Moscow Declaration to the present Convention
  • 1977: Meeting on the Danube
  • 1981: Founder time. The black and yellow Vienna until 1867
  • 1983: Ringstrasse world. Vienna 1867-1887
  • 1984: Luegerzeit. The Black Vienna until 1918
  • 1988: The Jews of Vienna

Filmography

  • 1958: Endangered Girls
  • 1958: Hoch klingt der Radetzkymarsch
  • 1958: The Street
  • 1958: The Priest and the Girl
  • 1959: Girls for the Mambo-Bar
  • 1959: Zwölf Mädchen und ein Mann
  • 1960: Treffpunkt Salon Parisi / Frauen in Teufels Hand
  • 1962: Deutschland – deine Sternchen
  • 1962: Wenn beide schuldig werden
  • 1962: Der rote Rausch
  • 1964: Wolken über Kaprun (TV series)
  • 1964: Das Kriminalgericht: Der Fall Nebe (TV series)
  • 1965: An der schönen blauen Donau (TV film)
  • 1966: Der Fall Auer/Ranneth – Unschuldig hinter Gittern (TV film)
  • 1966: Der Fall der Generale (TV film)
  • 1967: Der rasende Reporter – Egon Erwin Kisch (TV film)
  • 1967-1968: Bürgerkrieg in Rußland (TV series)
  • 1968: Der Baum von Kfar Etzyon (TV film)
  • 1968: Sir Roger Casement (TV film)
  • 1969: The Spanish Civil War (TV film)
  • 1969: Grounded for Timothy Evans (TV film)
  • 1970: The death of Deputies Jean Jaurès (TV film)
  • 1971: The Bavarian Soviet Republic (TV film)
  • 1971: The case Jägerstätter (TV film)
  • 1971: Emperor Charles' Last Battle (TV film)
  • 1971: The Three Faces of Tamara Bunke (TV film)
  • 1972: That's me – Vienna fates of the '30s: Austria between democracy and dictatorship (TV film)
  • 1973: If you want, it is not a fairy tale (TV film)
  • 1973: You will not die alone – A German military chaplains in Paris (TV film)
  • 1976: The Isle of the Blessed (TV film)
  • 1980-1989: Ringstraßenpalais (TV series)
  • 1983: Roda Roda's red vest (TV film)
  • 1984: Hot days in July (TV film)
  • 1994: The Salt Baron (TV series)
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