He was a journalist of long standing on the staff of Neue Freie Presse . A contemporary critic (who described him as a "literary non-entity") wrote of his book Englische Staatsmänner that he appeared to have spent some time in London and had close relations with the leading political figures he describes. The Vossische Zeitung "Aunt Voss" informed readers that they would be "agreeably surprised" to find the likes of Asquith, Curzon, Viscount Grey and Churchill treated "not as enemies but as men".
In 1912, while living in London, he and Charles H. Fisher adapted The Playboy of the Western World as Der Held des Westerlands and had it published by Georg Müller and performed at Max Reinhardt's Kammerspiele, Berlin, at the Neue Wiener Bühne in Vienna and at the Stadttheater in Münster.
- Londoner Spaziergänge 1914
- Ein Wiener Landsturmmann: Kriegstagebuchaufzeichnungen Aus Galizien 1915
- Englische Staatsmänner (1916) biographies of Asquith, Balfour, Chamberlain, Churchill, Curzon, Bonar Law, Kitchener, Lloyd-George, Rosebery, Parnell and others.
- Die Gitana. Szenen aus dem spanischen Leben um 1830 1916 illustrated by Erhard Amadeus
- Briefe aus der Gefangenschaft 1917
- Es geht weiter: Eine Nacht und ein Epilog 1919
- Warum kommt der Friede nicht zustande 1932
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- "Germany Day by Day" Kalgoorlie Argus 7 November 1916 p.1,2
- Bourgeois, Maurice John Millington Synge and the Irish theatre p.18
- "New comedy at Independent" Sydney Morning Herald 8 January 1944 p.11
- The Story of Vickie at IMDb