Elsa Bruckmann

Elsa Bruckmann (23 February 1865 7 June 1946), born Princess Cantacuzene of Romania, was since 1898 the wife of Hugo Bruckmann, Munich publisher of the writings of Houston Stewart Chamberlain.[1] She held the "salon Bruckmann"[2] and made it a mission to introduce Adolf Hitler to leading industrialists.

See also


  1. Sherree O. Zalampas, Adolf Hitler: A Psychological Interpretation of His Views on Architecture
  2. http://www.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/literatur/salon-bruckmann-die-unselige-freitagsgesellschaft/1660844.html

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