The Kraut: On Being German after 1940

The Kraut On Being German after The experiences of a German child who survived World War II in Berlin and who was taken to England where he grew conscious of how the land of his birth had become a pariah among nations He struggles

  • Title: The Kraut: On Being German after 1940
  • Author: Erik Dietrich
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  • Page: 123
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The experiences of a German child who survived World War II in Berlin, and who was taken to England where he grew conscious of how the land of his birth had become a pariah among nations He struggles to retain whatever positive shreds of German identity might be salvaged from the horrors of National Socialist atrocities Still a boy, he made his way to America as an unaccThe experiences of a German child who survived World War II in Berlin, and who was taken to England where he grew conscious of how the land of his birth had become a pariah among nations He struggles to retain whatever positive shreds of German identity might be salvaged from the horrors of National Socialist atrocities Still a boy, he made his way to America as an unaccompanied immigrant to forge a new life from which he never looked back This is an American story about never quitting.

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