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By Karl Kraus

Die letzten Tage der Menschheit ist eine "Tragödie in five Akten mit Vorspiel und Epilog" von Karl Kraus. Sie ist in den Jahren 1915-1922 als Reaktion auf den Ersten Weltkrieg entstanden. In über 2 hundred nur lose zusammenhängenden Szenen, die auf wahren Quellen beruhen, wird die Unmenschlichkeit und Absurdität des Krieges dargestellt. Das Stück ist einem "Marstheater" zugedacht und ist bisher noch nie komplett aufgeführt worden.

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