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The Hannah Arendt Papers The Library of Congress.
Woman philosopher, early to mid 20th century, lover of Heidegger, perhaps most important 20th century philosopher, Jewish, forced to leave Germany by threat of Nazis. Lived in America. Her work is being recognized as increasingly important today. Am assuming that you know that Heidegger, who remained in Germany, and who was her teacher, supported the Nazi regime, and never formally acknowledged any remorse over that phase of his life. She later wrote Eichmann in Jerusalem.