Dr. Rothbart

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Dr. Rothbart
BornLadislaus Rothbart
1887
Budapest
DiedSeptember 8, 1947

Dr. Laszlo Rothbart (1887-1947) was a amateur magician, specializing in cards.

Biography

He began magic when a young boy and invented many tricks, mostly cards. Dr. Rothbart was editor of the Hungarian Magic Club magazine and contributed to Magic Wand, Linking Ring, Chap's Scrapbook, Jinx, Bat and Genii.

He was a board member of "Circle of Hungarian Magicians" (M.M.B.K.) and the "Hungarian Amateur Magicians" M.A.M.E. [1]

A prisoner in a German Concentration Camp, he contracted tuberculosis and was considered incurable. Eventually liberated by the Russians, but moved to a sanatorium. He eventually committed suicide. [2]

His large library was left to his friend Steven Forgacs[3]

Books

  • Deck In Hand (1941)

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, May, 1932
  2. Obit, Linking Ring, January 1948
  3. Bat, No. 50, February 1948



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