Definition of Kaiser, Georg in English:

Kaiser, Georg

Syllabification: Kai·ser, Georg
Pronunciation: /ˈkīzər
 
/
( 1878–1945), German playwright. He is best known for his expressionist plays The Burghers of Calais (1914), Gas I (1918), and Gas II (1920); the last two provide a gruesome vision of futuristic science and end with the extinction of all life by poisonous gas.

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