He had a close relationship with the editor-in-chief of the left-wing “Sunday newspaper” Erich Schairer (who became editor-in-chief of the “Stuttgarter Zeitung” after the war). In various newspapers and magazines he took a stand against the German war guilt, which was denied in the rest of the press. Gumbel didn't mince his words under the pseudonym Emel. >> read more

When a few months ago the last volumes of the work "The Great Politics of the European Cabinets 1871-1914" appeared, the fighters against the "guilt lie" have proclaimed great salvation to the German people. There it would be, the innocence of Germany! (They always talk about Germany, if they mean Wilhelm.) >> read more