Graedener, Hermann, b. Vienna, April 29, 1878, d. Altmünster (Upper Austria), Feb. 24, 1956, narrative writer, dramatist and essayist. Son of the musician Hermann T. Graedener; wrote historical novels and dramas which propagated National Socialist thought during the 1930s.
Works: Dramas: Anna Weber, 1900; Neues Reich. Sickingen, 1931; Carl, der Sieger von Aspern, 1941. - Utz Urbach, 1913 (epic); Innentum der Deutschheit, 1932; Der Esel, 1935 (novella); Lenau, 1938; Vienna 1809, 1955.
Literature: Das H.-G.-Buch, publ. by W. Pollak, 1938.