9780961469658-096146965X-Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin

Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin

ISBN-13: 9780961469658
ISBN-10: 096146965X
Author: Deutschkron, Inge
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Plunkett Lake Press
Format: Paperback 180 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780961469658
ISBN-10: 096146965X
Author: Deutschkron, Inge
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Plunkett Lake Press
Format: Paperback 180 pages

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Acknowledged authors Deutschkron, Inge wrote Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin comprising 180 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 096146965X and 9780961469658. Since then Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.30 or rent at the marketplace.

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In 1933, when she is ten, Berliner Inge Deutschkron learns that she is a Jew. At first her family is at greater risk for their leftist politics than because they are Jews. Her father flees to England; Inge and her mother hide in plain sight as non-Jews, dependent on the underground network for their survival, in constant danger of discovery or betrayal. Otto Weidt employed Inge in the office of his workshop for the blind. Toward the end of the war, Inge and her mother manage to leave Berlin, and eventually emigrate to England. Inge Deutschkron became an Israeli citizen and an editor of Maariv. “One of the greatest successes of German memoir literature” — Andreas Platthaus, Frankfurter Allgemeine “... invaluable as testimony of the war years of one of Berlin’s 12,000 surviving Jews.” — Kirkus Reviews “[A] simple and charming memoir by a Jewish woman of how she survived as a girl in her late teens in wartime Berlin... Unsentimental, resilient and aware that luck can make all the difference, Inge Deutschkron... has remained a true Berliner.” — István Deák, The New York Review of Books

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